This property benefits from having no upward chain and must be viewed in order to appreciate the good size family accommodation. Originally constructed in the late 1800's and having been sympathetically extended to it's current accommodation and offering a wealth of traditional features.
Kingsfield house is situated off a private graveled driveway providing ample parking and access to a double car port. The property is located just off the A449 between Kidderminster and Worcester. It is situated to the south of Hartlebury village in Wareseley and has local attractions such as Hartlebury Castle once the seat of the bishop of Worcester and still home to has famous Hurd library, also Hartlebury common which is now a nature reserve is a short drive away. Kingsfield is an attractive and well presented home dating back to late Victorian times with more recent sympathetic extensions and alterations offering a wealth of traditional features yet combined with good sized living spaces. Which comprise of Living room, Dining Room, Open plan farmhouse style breakfast kitchen which is open through to a good size Family room and conservatory. Also benefits from downstairs cloakroom and utility room. To the first floor is five good sized bedrooms with family bathroom and master suite with en-suite bathroom. The property is gas centrally heated and part double glazed. It has landscaped front and rear gardens and really must be viewed in order to fully appreciate the property.
Hartlebury is located just off the A449 between Kidderminster and Worcester. The village offers many local amenities including a church, school, post office/store, pubs/restaurants and a railway station. Hartlebury castle houses the Worcestershire County Museum and nearby Hartlebury common which is now a nature reserve. Kingsfield is situated to the south of the village in Waresley. It is an attractive and well presented home dating back to late Victorian times with more recent sympathetic extensions and alterations offering a wealth of traditional features combined with good sized Living spaces. Which comprise of living room, Dining Room, Open plan farmhouse style breakfast kitchen which is open through to a good size family room and conservatory. Also benefits from downstairs cloakroom and utility room. To the first floor there are five good sized bedrooms with family bathroom and en-suite bathroom. The property is gas centrally heated and part double glazed. It has landscaped gardens to the front and rear. Viewing is recommended in order to fully appreciate the property.
The property is approached along a no through lane off Old Worcester Road and onto a private gravelled drive bordered with established shrubs and trees. There is ample parking, a double brick and timber car port and pedestrian access to the rear garden. The entrance to the house is via paved steps, between low dwarf walls inset with planting, which lead to a panelled hardwood front door opening to:-
This has single glazed windows to either side, wall light, quarry tiled flooring and further glazed doorway through to:-
With part traditional tiled flooring, a half turn staircase with painted turned balusters, pine handrail and newel posts, understairs storage cupboard with ceiling light and hanging space, two ceiling lights, smoke detector, central heating radiator and doors radiate off to:-
Dining Room 10' 6" x 12' 11" (max) ( 3.20m x 3.94m (max) )
With single glazed window to the front and exposed pine flooring. A feature display arch has been created from the original fireplace and an inverted matching arch above is inset with a useful wine rack. To the left of the arch is a built-in storage cupboard with panelled double doors. Central heating radiator and ceiling light.
Lounge 12' 11" (max) x 22' 3" (max) ( 3.94m (max) x 6.78m (max) )
With single glazed window to the front and single glazed french doors opening to the rear patio. A double glazed window to the side, with a built in window seat that lifts to give access to useful storage. An exposed timber beam to the ceiling with support post. An open brick fire place with quarry tiled hearth and pine mantlepiece. Floor to ceiling pine unit comprising drawers and cupboards with paneled double doors. Two central heating radiators, six wall lights and a television aerial point.
Kitchen 11' 3" (max) x 10' 6" (max) ( 3.43m (max) x 3.20m (max) )
With single glazed window overlooking the rear patio and porcelain floor tiles. A farmhouse style kitchen with bespoke solid timber base units, including integrated fridge, with composite work surfaces and double bowl french farmhouse style sink. Traditional plate rack and wall cupboard. Gas Falcon range cooker with ceramic tiled surround and feature mantle housing extractor with light. A walk-in pantry with ceiling light provides additional storage. Central heating radiator, ceiling light, downlights over work top and open through to:-
Breakfast Area 10' x 10' 8" ( 3.05m x 3.25m )
With exposed ceiling timbers, porcelain floor tiles, central heating radiator, ceiling light point, glass paneled door through to the conservatory and open plan through to:-
Family Room 10' 9" x 13' 9" ( 3.28m x 4.19m )
Single glazed windows to the side and rear, single glazed french doors to rear patio. Vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers. "Morso Badger" multifuel cast iron stove with brick surround, oak mantel and quarry tiled hearth. Two central heating radiators, television aerial, two ceiling lights and six wall light points.
Conservatory 12' 6" x 10' 1" ( 3.81m x 3.07m )
uPVC construction with double glazed windows all round. Patterned ceramic floor tiles and central heating radiator. Door out to side patio.
Single glazed window to the side and porcelain floor tiles. White low level w.c, vanity top with tiled surround and inset wash hand basin and ceiling light.
Utility Room 10' 9" x 8' 6" Into cupboards ( 3.28m x 2.59m Into cupboards )
With single glazed window and half glazed hardwood door to side patio. Porcelain floor tiles, painted shaker style wall and base units with roll top work surfaces, inset sink drainer and ceramic tiled surround. Matching full height storage cupboards house the Worcester Bosch central heating boiler. There is plumbing for a washing machine and further appliance space, fluorescent ceiling light.
Arched secondary glazed window overlooking the rear garden, smoke detector, two ceiling lights and doors which radiate off to:-
Bedroom One 11' x 13' (max) ( 3.35m x 3.96m (max) )
Double glazed window to the side, exposed pine flooring, decorative cast iron fireplace (Not Working) with quarry tiled hearth, walk-in wardrobe with ceiling light, central heating radiator, two wall lights and television aerial point.
Bedroom Two 10' 11" x 10' 1" (min) ( 3.33m x 3.07m (min) )
With secondary glazed window to the front, central heating radiator and ceiling light.
Double glazed roof light to front, exposed pine floor and dado height painted tongue and groove panelling. Heritage white suite consisting of low level w.c, bidet and wash hand basin. Inset roll top bath with bath/shower mixer, ceiling light, shaver point and central heating radiator with towel rail over.
Bedroom Three 10' 6" x 8' 11" ( 3.20m x 2.72m )
With secondary glazed window to the front, fitted wardrobe and shelving, central heating radiator and ceiling light.
Bedroom Four 10' 1" (max) x 8' (max) ( 3.07m (max) x 2.44m (max) )
With double glazed rooflight to the rear currently used as a home office. Full height airing cupboard, central heating radiator, ceiling light and telephone point.
Master Bedroom 14' 10" x 10' 9" ( 4.52m x 3.28m )
With double glazed window to the front and secondary glazed window to the side. Vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers. Two central heating radiators and two wall lights. Fitted wardrobes with cupboards over and matching panelled wood door to:-
En Suite Bathroom
With double glazed rooflight to the rear, exposed timbers to ceiling and vinyl flooring. A white suite consisting of low level w.c, bidet, wash hand basin, vanity mirror with lights. Bath with "Bristan thermostatic" shower over, glass shower screen and part tiling to the walls. Central heating radiator with towel rail over, two wall lights and shaver point.
The rear patio, with pergola and grape vines over, creates a secluded area ideal for entertaining as it can be accessed from both the lounge and family room. Steps lead up to a pleasant landscaped garden with generous lawn and easily maintained established borders planted with a variety of shrubs and mature trees. A second, side patio, surrounding the conservatory is inset with an ancient pear tree and has a border containing a variety of herbs. There is also a garden store measuring 8ft x 8ft with log store to the side.
The Vendor advises us that the property is Freehold. However, prospective buyers will need to make their own enquiries with their solicitor to gain confirmation
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