Location, location, location!
And, in this case, traditional appeal, space, light-filled rooms, a spectacular garden and turn-key, impeccably maintained accommodation, combined with the joy of 1930’s architecture. View quickly!
Location, location, location
And, in this case, oodles of traditional appeal, space and light-filled rooms, complemented by a spectacular garden. This detached property is a truly outstanding example of 1930’s architecture. Moreover, it provides turn-key accommodation, maintained to the most exacting standards, with recent upgrades that include double glazing, electrical re-wiring, new plumbing and a brand new kitchen and bathroom, as well as complete re-decoration throughout.
The tone for the whole house is set from the moment one steps through the stained glass front door into the welcoming, beautifully decorated reception hall, with its tall ceiling, characterful staircase, deep skirtings, original doors and exposed oak flooring. Doors radiate from here to: A lovely, sunken pantry/cloakroom, complete with cold shelf and porthole window; a perfectly proportioned dining room, with a classic bay window overlooking the generous front garden; a charming sitting room, with French door to the secluded rear garden; and an expensively appointed kitchen, which successfully pays homage to the period appeal of the property, while also providing modern-day practicality with Neff appliances that include an integrated fridge and dishwasher. A useful side lobby completes the accommodation on the ground floor.
First floor accommodation is enjoyably approached via the 2-flight staircase, which is flooded with natural light via a feature, stained glass window to the half-landing. Doors from the main landing radiate to a thoughtfully designed bathroom and three superbly proportioned double bedrooms, the front-facing one of which has a range of fitted furniture and a lovely bay window. The third bedroom, with its lovely vista to the rear, also adapts fabulously as a work-from-home facility/hobbies room.
The secluded and generous rear garden is a particularly outstanding feature of the property and warrants detailed inspection in its own right, whilst the substantial garage and long driveway provide ample vehicular parking. There are two substantial outhouses, a WC and former coal shed (which provides very useful storage), together with a wooden garden shed.
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Wall Heath is a suburban village in the Dudley Metropolitan Borough in the West Midlands. It is located on the A449 road, approximately 1.5 miles northwest of Kingswinford, 5 miles west of Dudley Town Centre, 9 miles north of Kidderminster and 7 miles south of Wolverhampton. Kingswinford and Wall Heath enjoy a good choice of pubs, cafes and restaurants along with small independent shops, a selection of sport facilities and highly regarded schooling for children of all ages. The popular Merry Hill shopping complex is within easy reach, as is the motorway network, with links to the M5 and M6. Birmingham International Airport is approximately 50 minutes away and Stourbridge Junction train station, which is approximately 5 miles away, has regular services to Worcester, Birmingham and London.
Services: All mains services are connected
Local Authority: Dudley Council
Council Tax: Band E<br /><br />