Welch Gate, Bewdley

£239,500

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
This Jacobean Grade II listed cottage located in the centre of Bewdley but well outside of the floodplains, has recently been extensively renovated and is delightfully presented with period features and contemporary styling. This beautiful home is surprisingly spacious and boasts generous sized character filled rooms spread over four floors. Inside it features a wealth of exposed timbers, as well as oak and stone flooring whilst outside, a south facing, sunny, low-maintenance decked garden. Garage and parking space available to rent.

* Three Bedrooms

* Large Refitted Bathroom

* Living Room With Brick Fireplace

* Kitchen With Fitted Appliances

* Reception Hall/ Study

* Converted Basement Room

Reception Hall/ Study

4.09m x 1.75m (13'5 x 5'9 )

Living Room

4.04m x 4.01m (13'3 x 13'2 )

Kitchen

3.61m x 2.64m (11'10 x 8'8 )

Basement Room

3.40m x 2.90m (11'2 x 9'6 )

Bedroom One

4.47m x 3.18m (14'8 x 10'5 )

Bathroom

3.61m x 3.07m (11'10 x 10'1 )

Bedroom Two

3.53m x 3.00m (11'7 x 9'10 )

Bedroom Three

4.06m (max) x 3.53m (13'4 (max) x 11'7 )

Walk-In Wardrobe

2.08m x 1.60m (6'10 x 5'3 )

This charming double fronted Grade II listed timber framed cottage originally dates from the early 17th Century with later additions, and is ideally situated within easy walking distance of all town centre amenities.

The owners presently rent a single garage (plus additional parking space in front) for £50 per month, situated just off Dog Lane which is only two minutes walk from the house. It is understood that the incoming purchasers will be offered the chance to take this on if required.

The property has been considerably improved over the last twelve months by the present owners, and now offers light and spacious accommodation with white painted interiors, delightful exposed wall and ceiling timbers throughout, engineered oak flooring in the reception and dining rooms, as well as a newly refitted first floor bathroom.

Furthermore the cellar has been tanked, with the benefit of a five year guarantee, providing an excellent additional room ideal as home office or similar, benefiting from an amount of natural daylight, wood effect flooring and central heating radiator.

The entrance to the property leads in to a sizeable reception hall/ study area, with further door through to the living room, featuring a bricked corner fireplace with log burner set on flagstone hearth.

Steps lead up to the rear kitchen, featuring a slate tiled floor, door out to courtyard and fitted with a range of grey cabinets with integrated stainless steel Hotpoint electric oven, ceramic hob, washer/ dryer, dishwasher and fridge/ freezer.

To the first floor there are two double bedrooms, the larger of which is presently used as a sitting room. This room has a window to rear overlooking the gardens plus a deep-recessed cloaks cupboard and splendid exposed timbers to the walls and ceiling.

A door opens to a short flight of steps up to the spacious bathroom, refitted with a contemporary white suite including freestanding bathtub with adjacent hand-held shower head plus large cubicle with rainfall mixer shower and fitted vanity unit with close-coupled wc and contoured hand basin. There is also an original corner fireplace in white-painted brick.

From the first floor landing, a further staircase (slightly restricted headroom) leads up to the second floor landing with a third double bedroom (13'4 x 11'7 ), again with superb wall and ceiling timbers, double glazed skylight window and open access down a step into a walk-in wardrobe area which may possibly have some potential to create an en-suite shower room if desired.

Outside, a gated party entry leads through to a rear courtyard which is shared with the neighbouring cottage and flat. From here there is access to a private garden area belonging to the property, with small level lawn and raised timber decked patio with brick walled surround, enjoying a sunny southerly aspect with views to the church tower.

The property benefits from lots of storage, having space under the stairs, in the loft and a shed in the garden.

Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are all connected, with council tax payable to Wyre Forest District Council, rated as Band C.

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