Meadow Road, Quinton


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
FABULOUS CHARACTER HOME MUST BE SEEN! Originally built and owned for the Bissell family, this superb traditional family home comes complete with a host of original period features. Conveniently located for access to Birmingham City Centre and the M5 motorway network, the property has been much improved by the current owners and now offers versatile and generous accommodation throughout to include vestibule and entrance hall with minton flooring, lounge and dining room, breakfast kitchen, guest wc and sun lounge to the ground floor, with the addition of a useful annexe to the side comprising living / bedroom area, utility and shower room. To the first floor, there are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom, whilst outside there are extensive gardens to the rear and frontage with driveway parking. Its a well worn phrase, but in this case, internal inspection truly is essential! PS 18/3/19 V1 EPC=F


Quinton lies in the western suburbs of Birmingham Metropolitan Borough adjacent the suburbs of Harborne and Bartley Green and is separated from Halesowen and the rest of the Black Country by the M5 motorway. Once a small village on the outskirts of Halesowen parish it was eventually incorporated into Birmingham Borough Council in 1909.

During the1930 s Quinton underwent extensive development and the area today is predominately traditional bay front semi-detached and detached houses alongside Local Authority housing built around the same time, the majority of which has been purchased by private owners over the years. It luckily escaped factory development following objections by the residents of Edgbaston.

The stunning Art Deco cinema on Hagley Road provides it most well known landmarks. Originally opened as the Danilo it has an interesting history. During WW2 it housed an anti-aircraft battery and was a base for the Home Guard. It has been a venue for live music playing host to the likes of Billy Fury and Marty Wilde today is owned by Reel and continues as a traditional Cinema.

The proximity to the M5 motorway provides easy access to the greater West Midlands motorway network. It is also well served by local buses to both Birmingham and Halesowen. Birmingham City centre is a mere 15 to 20 min drive. Woodgate Valley Country Park to the south of Quinton is a 450 acre area of countryside and nature reserve through which the Bournbrook flows. Apart from ample walks the park also has an urban farm, pony trekking and a play park. Just outside of Quinton is Bartley Reservoir home to Bartley Sailing Club. The parade of shops along The Hagley Road provides an extensive selection of local shops including hairdressers, pharmacy, convenience stores, take-aways, restaurants and banks. There are two supermarkets with a Tesco on Ridgacre Road and an Asda on Hagley Road West.

The traditional houses of Quinton are highly sought after with popular roads such as White Road and Ridgacre Road West a firm favourite with families. The 1970 s Chichester Drive Estate is also popular for buyers looking for more affordable houses for sale in Quinton.


The property is approached via an in and out tarmacadam frontage with wall light point and door giving access into:

Entrance vestibule

Having feature minton tile flooring, ornate ceiling rose, feature stained light door giving access into reception hall and glass panelled door leading to:

Guest w.c.

With obscured double glazed window to side, minton tiled flooring, corner wash hand basin, low level flush w.c., fitted storage cupboard housing electric meter and consumer unit.

Reception hall

Having central heating radiator, feature minton tile flooring, stairs to first floor accommodation, coving to ceiling, ornate ceiling rose, glass panelled door to rear garden, doors radiating to:


Having quarry tiled flooring, lighting, power points and housing gas meter.


4.8 into bay x 3.9 max (15'8 into bay x 12'9 max

With double glazed window to front, double glazed bay window to rear, central heating radiator, feature open fireplace, ornate ceiling rose, coving to ceiling.

Dining room

4.7 into bay x 4.0 max (15'5 into bay x 13'1 max

With double glazed boxed bay window to front, central heating radiator, feature open fire, coving to ceiling, picture rail, ornate ceiling rose.

Breakfast kitchen

4.0 x 3.7 (13'1 x 12'1 )

Double glazed windows to side and rear, range of units with granite work surfaces, Belfast sink with drainer and mixer tap, integrated double electric oven and gas hob with filter over, feature fitted storage unit, plumbing for dishwasher, central heating radiator, complementary splashback tiling to walls, quarry tiled flooring. Entrance to sun lounge and door to annexe to side.


Two double glazed windows to side, door to rear garden, Belfast sink, plumbing for automatic washing machine, quarry tiled flooring, door into:

Shower room

With obscured double glazed window to side, walk in shower, wash hand basin, low level flush w.c., heated towel rail, complementary tiling to walls and flooring.

Sun lounge

2.0 x 4.0 (6'6 x 13'1 )

Having double glazed window to side and rear, quarry tiled flooring, wall light point, central heating radiator, double glazed French door to extensive rear garden.

First floor landing

Double glazed window to rear, loft access, ornate ceiling rose, coving to ceiling, doors radiating to:

Bedroom one

4.0 x 3.9 max (13'1 x 12'9 max)

Having double glazed window to rear, central heating radiator, coving to ceiling, ornate ceiling rose, feature fireplace.

Bedroom two

3.9 x 3.9 max (12'9 x 12'9 max)

With two double glazed windows to front, central heating radiator, ornate ceiling rose, coving to ceiling.

Bedroom three

3.9 x 3.9 max (12'9 x 12'9 max)

Double glazed window to rear, central heating radiator, feature fireplace with coving to ceiling.

Family bathroom

Having obscured double glazed window to front, panelled bath with shower attachment, corner wash hand basin, low level flush w.c., central heating radiator, part complementary tiling to walls.

Superb extensive rear garden

Having paved patio areas, outside tap, steps leading to pathway with gate to side leading to side right of way being giving access to front and field to rear, two sheds and extensive lawned area beyond with a range of attractive well established plant, shrub and tree borders.

Self contained side annex

2.6 x 4.5 (8'6 x 14'9 )

Approached via door from kitchen to steps leading down with double glazed window to rear, further double glazed velux sky light to ceiling, feature stained and leaded window to front, cupboard housing combination boiler and quarry tiled flooring, further feature stained and leaded door to rear kitchenette/utility area.

kitchenette/utility area.

1.2 x 4.1 (3'11 x 13'5 )

Two double glazed windows to side, door to side giving access to garden, Belfast style sink, space and plumbing for washing machine and dryer, quarry tiled flooring and door to rear to shower room.

Ground floor shower room

Obscured double glazed window to side, wall mounted ladder style radiator, shower enclosure with mixer shower over and tiling to splashback areas, wall mounted wash hand basin with mixer tap over, low level dual flush close coupled w.c., further floor to ceiling tiling and tiled flooring.

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