We are delighted to bring to the market this distinctive family home, constructed in the 1930’s from brick and rendered elevations under a Broseley tiled roof. With fantastic rear garden its positioned in highly desirable Druid Road a quiet cul-de-sac just of Stoke Hill.
The house has been in occupation by the current family for that last 36 years and is now ready for the next family to put their own mark on this delightful family home. Rarely available to the market properties in this road are spacious with this particular house being over 2000 square feet. We feel it has huge scope for further extension to the side, rear or into the roof (all subject of course to obtaining necessarily consents).
The accommodation is centred around a welcoming hallway, staircase to first floor and extends through to the generous reception rooms. On the left of the hallway is a large sitting room with feature bay window, window to side and has a feature Minster style fireplace with coal effect gas fire. Adjoining this room to the rear is a spacious family/dining room with large window to side and has an open doorway that links through to the kitchen/breakfast room. At the back of the hallway a door opens through to a breakfast room with side window, a fireplace recess housing a freestanding boiler for the house and throughway to the kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen/breakfast room being a generous 20’x10’, lies across the full width of the back of the house. The kitchen area has a window overlooking the garden and a range of extensive fitted wall and base units with timber worktops, sink unit, mixer tap, built-in double oven, fitted gas hob, integrated cooker hood, plumbing for dishwasher, space for freezer, space for fridge. There is a large breakfast area where there are sliding patio doors that open out onto the large raised decking. There is a tiled floor throughout this room, LED downlighters, an archway that opens back into the family/dining room, a door to a small utility room with plumbing for washing machine and then a side door to a rear lobby which gives access to the side of the property behind the garage.
On the first floor there is a spacious landing with attractive original oak flooring with doors to bedroom’s 1,2 and 4, the family bathroom, separate WC, to the side is a sub-landing with door to bedroom 3 and an en suite shower room and also there is a very large cupboard. Bedroom 1 is to the front with feature bay window, a fitted cupboard and an en suite shower room with shower enclosure, vanity unit with inset sink and bidet. Bedroom 2 is adjoining to the rear with two fitted cupboards and a vanity unit to one corner. Bedroom 3 is to the front with fitted wardrobe, overhead cupboards and desk. Bedroom 4 as mentioned is off a sub-landing and situated above the garage and has an en suite shower room.
The property stands within a very good size plot, to the front is a tarmac driveway with space for 2 or 3 cars and leads to the integral single garage with up over door, power and light. There are many established shrubs, particularly with tall laurel bushes to the front boundary providing a good degree of privacy.
One of the special features of this house is its particularly impressive circa. 130’ extensively lawned garden which catches the sun for a large part of the day when out and equally provides seclusion and privacy with its very established mature trees and establishes bushes throughout. There is a large raised timber terrace by the house, ideal for alfresco dining and has a useful under croft for additional storage.
Houses in such a lovely position are currently rare to come onto the open market and so we highly recommend a viewing at the first opportunity.