Mill Road, Stourport-On-Severn


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
A Delightfully Situated Three Storey End-Terrace Cottage Located At The End Of A 'No Through Road' Only 25 Yards From The River Stour, Looking Out Over Nature Reserve To The Front And With A Country Walk Quite Literally On The Doorstep.

* Six Car Driveway

* 19' x 12' Detached Garage

* Living Room With Feature Fireplace

* Kitchen With Oven, Hob & Hood

* Open Plan Dining Room

* Two First Floor Double Bedrooms + Second Floor Room

* Well Appointed Bathroom With Shower Cubicle

* Large Lawned Garden


3.40m x 1.63m (11'2 x 5'4 )

Living Room

3.99m x 3.84m (13'1 x 12'7 )

Dining Room

3.07m x 1.98m (10'1 x 6'6 )


2.97m x 1.93m (9'9 x 6'4 )

Bedroom One (front)

4.01m x 3.10m (inc wardrobes) (13'2 x 10'2 (inc

Bedroom Two (rear)

3.91m x 3.05m (12'10 x 10'0 )


2.39m x 2.18m (7'10 x 7'2 )

Attic Room (second floor)

2.82m plus recess x 2.59m (min)/ 3.68m (max under


6.02m x 3.71m (19'9 x 12'2 )

Dating from circa 1900 believed to be originally forming part of the works offices attached to the nearby Mill building, this three storey end-terrace cottage enjoys a lovely location on the rural outskirts of Stourport, within 25 yards of the River Stour and overlooking the nature reserve to the front, with a pleasant and private leafy aspect to the rear.

The property is well maintained and presented to a good decorative standard within, proving appealing semi-rural accommodation with the benefit of upvc double glazing and gas fired central heating served by a new Baxi boiler installed in 2019 and just serviced in July 2020.

The entrance hall has wooden flooring and a utility cupboard housing the Baxi gas fired central heating boiler plus plumbing for washing machine.

To the front of the house is a sitting room with wood flooring and a feature fireplace with electric 'pebble' style fire and recessed alcove suitable for wall shelving and a desktop.

At the rear is an open plan kitchen and dining room, all with wooden flooring and separated by a wide squared archway. The dining room has double doors opening out to the garden whilst the kitchen has a range of beech veneer wall and base cabinets with grey work surfaces to three sides and integral appliances to include an electric oven, four ring gas hob and steel canopy hood.

To the first floor there are two double bedrooms, the master with a range of fitted wardrobes with sliding mirrored doors and views over the nature reserve to the front.

The bathroom is well appointed with a panelled bath in tiled surround, vanity unit with integrated handbasin, wc and cabinet plus corner shower cubicle with Mira electric shower.

There is a further converted attic room on the second floor with side window and useful under eaves space.

Outside, the property has the benefit of an extensive driveway to the side with parking for up to six cars, plus a larger than average detached garage. A gate to the right side of the garage leads through into the garden whilst another gate to the side of the driveway opens to the garden patio at the rear of the house.

The neighbouring property has a formal right of way across the rear via this gate although the neighbour also has an additional means of gaining front to rear access via a separate gated footpath which runs outside the perimeter of the property to the right hand side.

The garage is of modern pre-fabricated construction, with an up & over entrance door plus pedestrian side access door to the garden.

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

This is a rare opportunity to buy a desirable cottage within a pleasant semi-rural environment with absolutely no passing traffic, whilst being conveniently placed for access to the town centre amenities in Stourport less than 5 minutes drive away.

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