Property Details

Bedrooms 2 Bedrooms
Living Space 1 Living Space
Bathroom 1 Bathroom

A well presented, deceptively spacious, two bedroom detached bungalow located in a quiet area, close to Bromsgrove town centre.

Accommodation in Brief: Entrance porch, entrance hall, Breakfast/ Kitchen, two double bedrooms, House wet room, Lounge, Conservatory. Outside Gardens front and rear with single detached garage and off road parking.
Full Description: A superb opportunity to acquire a delightfully privately positioned bungalow with two double bedroom and a decorative, low-maintenance garden. A good sized entrance porch leads into a pleasant entrance hall and to the left is a lovely bright kitchen/breakfast room, Two double bedrooms offer great sleeping accommodation along with a well proportioned house wet room. A set of double doors leads into a generously, sized Lounge and further doors into the lovely conservatory. There is a private, block paved walled and gated outside patio wrapping back around to the front of the property along with easy access to a detached garage. 
Outside: Set behind a retaining wall with wrought railings and block paved drive that leads to both the front door and the detached single garage. The private rear courtyard garden wraps around the bungalow and offers easy  and secure access into the garage as well as really private area to relax in. 
Location: Bromsgrove is the main town in the large Bromsgrove District. In the middle ages is 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 Bremegraf.
The market town of Bromsgrove offers a range of Individual 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 David Lloyd Gym. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, undulating farmland rising in north to Clent and Lickey Hills, outstandingly attractive with exceptional views and close to rural Worcestershire and Birmingham.
Bromsgrove is intersected by the A38. 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. Bromsgrove Schools use a three tier system, along with highly regarded Bromsgrove school.

Tenure: 
The vendor advises us the property is freehold, this will need to be verified by a solicitor.
EPC:
D
Council Tax Band:
D
Agent Notes:

  • Delightful Bungalow with parking
  • Entrance porch/Entrance hall
  • Inviting Lounge
  • Conservatory
  • Bright Breakfast/Kitchen
  • House bathroom
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Single Detached Garage
  • Private walled, Low maintenance Court yard garden
  • No Onward Chain

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