A traditional detached house that has been much extended to provide a high standard of accommodation situated in this little frequented cul-de-sac screened from the Norton Road. Ideally based for those wishing to take full advantage of enjoying the adjacent countryside that runs southwards from Stourbridge, the house is also convenient to Norton Covert, Mary Stevens Park and yet is within reach of local amenities such as schools, public transport services and day to day shops within Norton. The area also provides an ideal base for those commuting nearby commercial centres within the Black Country, Birmingham and north Worcestershire. The M5 motorway network can be accessed from Halesowen and Stourbridge Junction railway station lies approximately two miles distant. The house has been successfully extended resulting in an excellent family friendly layout that includes four bedrooms on the first floor, one with en-suite shower room as well as a house bathroom and a large boarded loft room reached via a ladder offers plenty of scope. On the ground floor, generous living spaces include front lounge, rear sitting room, connecting music room and a delightful dining conservatory. Additionally, an extended kitchen now boasts ample breakfast space with a connecting door to the garage and outside is driveway parking for three vehicles and level lawned rear garden and patio. With PVCu double glazing and gas fired central heating as specified within these sales particulars.