Bewell Head, Bromsgrove / No Onward Chain
Superbly presented two bedroom terraced home built in 2017 with allocated parking and rear garden. Located within the popular established residential area of Bromsgrove.
Accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance hall with guest cloaks, living room, kitchen/breakfast room, two bedrooms ,modern house shower room, rear garden and allocated parking.
Full description: Set within this bique cul-de-sac of 9 properties, built in 2017 with allocated parking and approached over a tarmacadam path. Entrance into the hall via a composite front door, Guest cloakroom with WC, wash hand basin with window to front elevation. Living room is a good sized room with window to front elevation and large under stairs storage cupboard. A modern kitchen/ diner with a range of wall and base units all beautifully finished and a set of French doors leading to the garden. The 1st floor landing gives access to the principle bedroom located to the rear of the elevation and offers far reaching views, Bedroom two is located to the front elevation with two well proportioned built in wardrobes. The Modern house shower room has a double shower enclosure with a basin and WC.
Outside: The rear garden is framed by fencing to all three sides and offers gated access onto the communal tarmacadam car park and allocated parking for 48a. The landscaped rear garden offers a low maintenance feel having Indian stone patio and path with inset artificial grassed area and shed.
Tenure: Our vendor advises us the property is freehold but this will need to be verified by a solicitor.
Agents Notes: We the agent understand that probate has recently been applied for but not yet granted.
Location. Bewell Head has always been a desirable road within Sidemoor Bromsgrove with its quintessential Naylor's cottages with traditional English front gardens. Bromsgrove is the main town in the larger Bromsgrove District. In the Middle Ages it was a small market town; primarily producing cloth through the early modern period. In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries it became a major centre for nail making. Bromsgrove is first documented in the early 9th century as Bremesgraf. The market town of Bromsgrove offers a range of Individual shops local shops along the pedestrianized high street. There is a municipal park, Sanders Park, Municipal golf club, rugby club, a number of Leisure facilities to include the David Lloyd Gym. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, undulating farmland rising in the north to the Clent and Lickey Hills, outstandingly attractive with exceptional views and close to rural Worcestershire and Birmingham. Add to this a wide range of pleasantly situated shops, superb hotel accommodation plus many pubs and restaurants, you have the ideal place to visit. Since 2005, Bromsgrove has its own arts centre, the Artrix. Plays, stand up comedians, bands and professional dance groups perform here. It is also used as a cinema.
Transport: Bromsgrove is intersected by the A38 which was bypassed to the east of the town in 1980, the M5 motorway borders the west side and the M42 motorway starts at the north of the town. Along with a bus station in the town centre itself and train station located within Aston Fields, making this a very sought after and desirable place to live.
Education: Bromsgrove schools use a Three-tier education system (first school, middle school, high school) along with highly regarded Bromsgrove school .
- Entrance hall
- Guest WC
- Living room with large understairs storage cupboard
- Kitchen/Diner with French doors to garden
- Bedroom one to the rear elevation
- Bedroom two with two good sized built in wardrobes
- Modern house shower room
- Delightful low maitenance garden
- Allocated parking
- No onward chain
- Probate has been applied for but not yet granted