Stourbridge, Oldswinford, Hall Street

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
Enjoying a lovely setting in this established address, this BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED AND THOUGHTFULLY IMPROVED, TWO BEDROOM, PERIOD END OF TERRACE HOME shall require an internal viewing so to fully appreciate the well-considered layout. With both gas central heating and double glazing, the property is seen to briefly comprise: Hall, Attractive Sitting Room, Large Combined Dining Kitchen, VERSATILE CONVERTED CELLAR, Two First Floor Bedrooms, Impressive Shower Room and with a GREAT LOFT having stair approach and skylight windows. Pretty external styling complimented by an Enclosed Private Rear Garden. EPC D. COUNCIL TAX BAND B.


A Georgian styled composite front entrance door opens to;


With a UPVC double glazed window to the side, ceiling light point to a vaulted canopy ceiling and with a natural wood door opening to provide an approach to the;


16' 2'' x 11' 4'' (4.92m x 3.45m) (including stairs) (at widest point)

With a large UPVC double glazed window to the front providing for good natural illumination within this tastefully decorated room, and further with a feature fireplace having a gently raised and projecting hearth, together with grate beholding a “pebble style” gas fire. In addition there is a light oak style laminate flooring, central heating radiator, provisions for a television, ceiling light point and stairs which lead off and rise with a balustrade to the first floor accommodation (later mentioned) and an additional staircase which leads down to the;


11' 7'' x 11' 2'' (3.53m x 3.40m)

A versatile space which is currently utilised as another sitting room, although could easily have usage as a home office or hobbies room. A double glazed window is recessed to the original coal chute, and there is both recessed ceiling lighting and a central heating radiator. Cupboards conceal the service meters and upon one wall there is the provision for a wall mounted television. Indeed a lovely space with a pleasant theme of décor.

Returning to the sitting room a natural wood door opens to;


13' 0'' x 11' 4'' (3.96m x 3.45m)

With a large UPVC double glazed window enjoying a view to the landscaped rear garden and being furnished with a good range of light wood effect shaker styled cupboard fronted units, with the base cupboards and drawers being surmounted by contrasting roll edged work surfaces and with an inset sink and drainer having mixer tap above. Complementary splashback tiling forms a surround to the work surfaces and continues to space suitable for a range styled cooker, with a stainless steel splashback rising to a wide canopy hood. At eye-level there are a good range of wall mounted cupboards providing for additional storage space. Integrated “full sized” dishwasher, built-in fridge and separate freezer, and with suitable space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Upon a tiled floor there is space for the arrangement of dining table and chairs as may be preferred. Central heating radiator, ceiling light point and with a door to the rear garden (later mentioned).


Stairs rise from the sitting room with a balustrade to the;


With ceiling light point and natural wood doors radiating off;


13' 0'' x 11' 5'' (3.96m x 3.48m)

With a UPVC double glazed window to the front, central heating radiator and ceiling light point.


10' 1'' x 6' 0'' (3.07m x 1.83m)

With a large UPVC double glazed window enjoying a view upon the rear garden, light wood styled laminate flooring, central heating radiator and ceiling light point.


10' 0'' x 5' 0'' (3.05m x 1.52m) (when measured at widest points)

With a UPVC obscure double glazed window to the rear and appointed with a white suite to include large shower recess having clear glazed shower screen and full height “metro style” splashback tiling within. There is both a fixed and hand held shower, thoughtfully positioned extractor fan and a continuance of tiling in a white variation, continuing to both the low level WC and to “his and hers” trough style basins which sit upon a natural wood chest with varying cupboard and drawer storage beneath. Fashionable ladder styled towel radiator, tiled flooring in an oak style, and with a ceiling light point.


Returning to the first floor landing a further natural wood door opens to stairs which rise to a;


19' 4'' x 11' 2'' (5.89m x 3.40m) (at widest points)

An area which has been the subject of considerable thought with an array of double glazed skylight windows at both the front and rear, and is both carpeted and has painted plaster walls. Whilst not a “true conversion” in the absence of building regulations, this is a space which has a variety of potential usage and is considered a standout feature of the property. Upon one wall there are provisions for a wall mounted television and to a vaulted ceiling there is a ceiling light point. Cupboard doors provide an approach to remaining space within the eaves.


An aspect which has been the subject of previous landscaping, with an initial approach from the dining kitchen having an area of decking. A raised border to the left has a variety of specimen plants and shrubs, being gently raised and framed by natural wood “sleepers”, and with a continuance to a slabbed patio space which captures the afternoon sun. In addition there is a raised ornamental pond, pebbled area and a pergola with amenity space behind including timber garden shed behind a block paved patio. There is also side gated access. Overall a pleasant aspect and one which has been styled to complement the accommodation found within.

01384 395555

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