A deceptively spacious, well appointed freehold centrally heated double glazed mews house in this sought after north Worcestershire Village, hall, lounge, dining kitchen, cloakroom, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, high standards prevail throughout. 'Energy Rating D'
11' 4'' x 10' 11'' (3.47m x 3.33m)
with ceiling lighting point, pine and simulated marble fireplace set with 'livinbg coal' effect gas fire.
16' 7'' overall x 10' 10'' (5.06m overall x 3.31m)
with ceiling lighting point, laminate style flooring, breakfast bar/room divider, 'L' shaped working surface set with one and a half bowl sink unit with double door cupboards below, within the working surface is a four burner gas hob unit with oven and grill below together with two cupboards, one drawer, stainless steel extractor over the hob unit flanked by three single door wall cupboards, working surface with space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine below, wall mounted gas fired boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating, 'L' shaped cloakroom with wc, wash basin and extractor unit.
with wc, wash basin, bath with part and fully tiled surround with mixer tap and shower attachment.
8' 8'' x 7' 10'' (2.66m x 2.41m)
12' 9'' x 10' 2'' (3.90m x 3.12m)
with double door built-in wardrobe, double door cupboard over.
Elm Hurst, Old Worcester Road is set back from the road on a service road where street parking is available. The gardens to the front are laid out with lawns, the approach being over a concrete path. To the rear of the property the garden is level, enclosed by close boarded fencing, laid out with lawns and flowerbeds dis-sected by a concrete path.
Latterly Elm Hurst has been re-fitted, re-equipped and the standard of fittings that prevail throughout are high, as is the state of decoration.
Elm Hurst, located as it is, mid-way between Kidderminster and Worcester, is ideally situated for ease of access to Motorway Links, surrounding towns and Birmingham City Centre.
Mains water, drainage, electricity and gas are connected to the property. Gas fired central heating to radiators. Double glazing.
From Kidderminster proceed out of the town southwards in the direction of Worcester along the A449. Having passed by the "Black Bridge" continue along and thence up the Hartlebury By Pass turning right in to the Village, continue up the Old Worcester Road, passing the Post Office and Talbot Public House to the top of the old road then turn right, right again in to the cul-de-sac on to which Elm Hurst fronts.