Charming 2/3 bed cottage/ Burcot,Bromsgrove
Guide Price £350,000
A delightful two/three bedroom traditional cottage dating back to circa 1900. Located within the desirable, semi rural village of Burcot.
Accommodation in Brief: Sitting room with feature fire place; Good sized dining room, Laundry room with storage, downstairs bathroom; hand crafted cottage style kitchen. First floor: A generously proportioned principle bedroom; two further bedrooms that are inter connected. Outside: Well established, pretty and private rear garden with beautiful Koi pond and decking.
Full Description: 313 Alcester Road is a charming, mid terraced, cottage boasting a private, elevated position offering tranquility and privacy to the enclave of quintessential homes. Accessed over and up a long a private driveway, that services all the homes on The Mount, and set within a delightful tree-lined backdrop with far reaching countryside views to the rear elevation. The property is approached over a stone chipped fore-garden with well established hedgerow and well stocked borders. Entrance via the wooden front door into the inviting sitting room with feature fire place, quarry tiled floor and a set of French doors that lead onto a good sized patio area and the pretty, private front garden, ideal for relaxing with morning coffee. Leading from the sitting room past the inner lobby area, which has stairs rising to the first floor landing, into the generously proportioned dining room. The dining room has a feature fireplace, original cabinetry, under stairs storage cupboard and a set of double doors that lead into the kitchen. This lovely kitchen is fitted with a range of hand crafted, antique pine wall and base units finished with a granite work surface, inset belfast sink, space for a tall fridge freezer and window and door leading out the rear courtyard. Bathed in natural light due to the large window that overlooks the courtyard and the two inset velux windows set into the sloping beamed ceiling. The laundry room which has floor to celling built in cupboards that house the dishwasher, washing machine and boiler along with ample storage. The bathroom is located at the end of the laundry room on the ground floor and is fitted with a matching white suite and an open walk in shower cubicle with velux window above and roll top bath. To the first floor landing is access to the well proportioned principle bedroom with built in wardrobe and views of the garden. Bedroom two is located to the front elevation and has an original fire surround, for decorative purposes only now, a window that overlooks the front garden and gives interconnecting access into Study/ Nursery. This charming cottage is one of 4 and offers two allocated parking spaces, lovely countryside views, friendly neighbours and a really sought after village location. Viewing is essential to truly appreciate this ambience this property offers.
Outside: The front garden is mainly laid to stone chippings and offers stocked borders and established laurel hedging to offer privacy. The rear court yard has reclaimed block paving with a border filled with established shrubbery. There is an adjoining brick built integral garden store, having power points, water tap and courtesy lighting. The shared private driveway that leads to the rear of the property and the block paved hardstanding with two allocated parking spaces with secure, ground mounted, parking posts. The rear garden, separated from the cottage by the driveway, is every gardener's delight. Stocked with shrub borders, manicured lawn, most beautiful magnolia tree that offers shade over the stone patio, all framed by lush well established hedgerow, laurel and fencing. Pride of place, part way down the gently tiered garden is a professionally built Koi pond with electrics and filtration system, this lovely addition offers a such a relaxing atmosphere to this already very private and tranquil green space. Past the lawns and to the rear of garden is another stone patio as well a garden shed. This garden, nestled within the lush planting, hedgerow and established trees has been thoroughly enjoyed by the current owner.
Location: Burcot is a very desirable, village located between Barnt Green and Bromsgrove and was listed in the Doomsday Book in 1086 when it was known as Bericote. The village has an activate community and offers a range of local amenities including local convenience store within Blackwell, St Catherine's Church, Blackwell Members Club and the highly regarded Blackwell Golf Club. The local villages offer a variety of amenities and market town of Bromsgrove provide a more extensive array of facilities including train stations, health clubs, schools, shops and a range of leisure amenities. Excellent schools with outstanding Ofsted reports and local independent school. Excellent motorway network to the north and London via M42/M40- M5, local bus route and train stations in Barnt green and Bromsgrove.
Tenure: The vendor advises us the property is freehold but this will need to be verified by a solicitor.
Council Tax Band: D
- Deceptively spacious accommodation
- Canopy entrance porch
- Inner lobby area
- Period styled kitchen
- Laundry room
- Sitting room with French doors
- Large principle bedroom
- Two further bedrooms
- Two allocated parking spaces
- Separate rear garden