Railway Walk, Breme Park, Bromsgrove
Guide Price £265,000
An immaculately presented 3 bedroom house located on the popular Breme Park development in Bromsgrove.
Accommodation Brief: Entrance hall with hard flooring, down stairs cloakroom, bright sitting room, double doors to large fitted kitchen/dining area and doors opening to rear garden, to the first floor master bedroom with en-suite shower room, 2nd bedroom ( double), 3rd bedroom/study, family bathroom, low maintenance garden, garage and parking at rear of property.
Description: An Immaculately presented 3 bedroom house located on the popular Breme Park development in Bromsgrove. Access via front door into entrance hall with hard flooring, a large under stairs storage closet and guest WC. The light & bright sitting room has a window to the front elevation, a feature fire place and double doors leading to the kitchen/ dining area. The Kitchen/ dining room has ample wall and base units with French doors leading out to the rear elevation. To the first floor landing is the principle bedroom with fitted wardrobes along with a well appointed en-suite shower room. Bedroom Two is a good sized double with window overlooking the garden and Bedroom Three is a single room with a window overlooking the garden, this could also be used as a study. The modern house bathroom offers a shower over the bath and a window to the side elevation.
Outside: The rear garden is a low maintenance garden laid to lawn with a seating area on a stone patio, Access to the single garage and parking can be found to the rear of the property. There is also a second access point to the garage which can be found through a door in the garden.
Location: Bromsgrove is the main town within the larger Bromsgrove district. In the middle ages it was a small market town primarily producing cloth & then 18th & 19th centuries it became a major centre for nail making. Bromsgrove was first documented in the early 9th century as Bremegraf.
The market town itself offers a wide variety of individual shops, eateries and coffee shops all along the pedestrianized high street. There is a golf club, Sanders park, rugby club, leisure facilities to include the David Lloyd gym and the local arts centre The Atrix.
Transport: Bromsgrove is intersected by the A38 which was bypassed to east of the east town in 1980, the M5 motorway borders the west side and the M42 motorway starts at the north of the town. There is a bus station as well as a train station making this a very desirable place to live.
Education: Bromsgrove schools use a three-tier education system (first school, middle school, high school & special schools) as well as being home to the infamous Bromsgrove Independent School.
Council Tax Band: B
Tenure: The vendor advises us the property is freehold but this will need to be verified by a solicitor
- Entrance Hall with Guest WC
- Light & Bright Sitting Room
- Kitchen/ Dining with french doors to rear elevation
- Principle bedroom with En-suite shower room
- Further double bedroom
- Bedroom Three / Study
- Modern house bathroom with shower over the bath
- Low maintenance garden
- Garage & parking to the rear of the property