Vine Street, Kidderminster


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  • Bedrooms: 4
A Handsome Double Fronted Late Edwardian Detached House With Four Bedrooms, Three Reception Rooms And Delightful Private Gardens Which Are Not Overlooked.

Living Room With Open Fireplace, Archway To Dining Room, Separate Sitting Room, Breakfast Kitchen, Conservatory, Guest Cloakroom, Three Car Driveway, Garage & Workshop

* Living Room With Open Fireplace

* Archway To Dining Room

* Separate Sitting Room

* Breakfast Kitchen

* Conservatory

* Guest Cloakroom

* Three Car Driveway, Garage & Workshop

Sitting Room

4.93m (into bay) x 3.66m (16'2 (into bay) x 12'0

Living Room

4.93m x 3.63m (16'2 x 11'11 )

Dining Room

3.61m x 2.82m (11'10 x 9'3 )

Breakfast Kitchen

4.80m x 2.95m (15'9 x 9'8 )


3.40m x 2.79m (11'2 x 9'2 )

Guest Cloakroom

- (-)

Bedroom One (front)

3.99m x 3.51m (13'1 x 11'6 )

En-Suite Shower Room

1.70m x 1.47m (5'7 x 4'10 )

Bedroom Two (front)

3.96m x 3.66m (max) (13'0 x 12'0 (max))

Bedroom Three (rear)

3.30m x 2.77m (10'10 x 9'1 )

Bedroom Four (rear)

2.97m x 2.82m (9'9 x 9'3 )


2.84m (max) x 2.06m (9'4 (max) x 6'9 )


3.86m x 3.66m (12'8 x 12'0 )


4.80m x 2.36m (15'9 x 7'9 )


3.58m x 2.49m (11'9 x 8'2 )

Dating from 1919 and built in the Edwardian style, this attractive, double-fronted individual detached house is situated in the popular Greenhill district of Kidderminster, well placed for access to town centre amenities whilst also being within easy reach of open countryside and situated on the Birmingham/ Wolverhampton side of town with good access for commuters to the West Midlands conurbation.

The accommodation provides light, spacious and well proportioned family living space with the benefit of three different reception rooms as well as a delightful rear conservatory overlooking the garden.

The house stands back from the road behind a walled boundary, with block paved foregarden and side driveway providing parking for three cars in front of the detached timber garage.

The entrance hall gives way to two front-facing reception rooms, each with large wooden framed square bay windows connected by a tiled canopy, with double wooden entrance doors.

The living room has a tiled fireplace and open hearth, with wide arch leading through to the rear dining room which has double patio doors opening to garden.

The separate front sitting room has a solid oak floor and feature fireplace with granite hearth, together with a coal effect gas fire which acts as a focal feature in the room (though it has not been used for many years and is not thought to be in working order).

Following through from the sitting room, at the rear of the house is a well equipped breakfast kitchen with range of cream wall and base cabinets, work surfaces with double Belfast sink, tiled floor, matching breakfast bar, Leisure Cookmaster 101 range style cooker with two electric ovens, five ring gas hob plus additional halogen hob and canopy hood. There is also an integrated fridge, freezer and dishwasher.

A door leads through to the rear conservatory which has a tiled floor and enjoys a most pleasant aspect, looking out over the garden.

A further door from the kitchen gives access to the cellar, which has carpeted stairs and floor, with white painted walls.

There is also a guest cloakroom with low level wc and hand basin.

To the first floor there are four good bedrooms, the master featuring a range of twin triple wardrobes with bridging cupboards above. A doorway with step up leads in to the en-suite shower room with low level wc, pedestal hand basin and cubicle with Mira electric shower unit.

The family bathroom features wall tiling to half height with a suite comprising low level wc, pedestal hand basin and recessed alcove with bath having Mira electric shower above.

Outside, the gardens are an enviable feature of the property, enjoying an excellent degree of privacy with paved patio area giving way to a neat level lawn with shrubbery borders and an ornamental koi pond.

Adjoining the rear of the timber garage is a useful timber workshop with two work benches and power supply. In addition, tucked away in the far corner of the garden is a discreetly positioned potting shed. The gardens enjoy a sheltered and sunny West/ South-West facing aspect.

Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are all connected, with a gas fired central heating system and upvc double glazing throughout (with the exception of the original wooden framed twin bay windows which are both single glazed).

Council tax is payable to Wyre Forest District Council, rated as Band D.

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