Lickhill Road, Stourport-on-severn Dy13 8sa
£245,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3

Kingdom House, 26A Lickhill Road. To all intents and purposes this is new house within a Victorian shell as newly converted from a landmark 1885 Methodist Chapel! Here is the epitome of convenient town centre living to suit buyers of all ages just moments from the centre of Stourport and its plentiful amenities! A high calibre character 3-bedroom house which will appeal to owner occupiers and investors. Freehold. View quickly. Private driveway parking. The property has no garden but is only around 400m from a large park. Immediate vacant possession. Energy Rating: C

DESCRIPTION

One of only just four stunning new homes by Karl Newman Homes Ltd.

All would suit owner occupation but equally would also function perfectly for those buyers seeking a luxurious ‘lock up and leave bolthole', or maybe, even as a profitable holiday letting income, which would be very easy to imagine given the position right beside Stourport town centre and the prominence of the area as a tourist destination!

* Number 26 Lickhill Road - Offers in the region of £210,000 (79sqm / 850 ft)

* Number 26a Lickhill Road - Offers in the region of £269,500 (111sqm / 1,194 ft)

* Number 26b Lickhill Road - Offers in the region of £269,500 (111sqm / 1,194 ft)

* Number 26C Lickhill Road - Sold prior to marketing.

THE PROPERTY - Number 26a Lickhill Road is a freehold 3 bedroom, 3 storey character house, formerly part of a Victorian Church and having an attractive red brick façade with contrasting mellow 'dentil' courses and huge arched windows which also now span both of the upper floors. The former church was NOT Statutory Listed by Historic England but the building is included on the Wyre Forest District Council Local Heritage list. The house has a lovely user-friendly layout and the ground floor bedroom has been designed in such a way that it would be straight-forward for a new owner to make it en-suite if desired. The middle floor living accommodation is what really steals the show with a stunning open plan living kitchen, being more reminiscent of what you might expect to find in city locations and that is what makes this property so rare because there would be so few similar examples here in Wyre Forest. As an example for those with a knowledge of Birmingham, this property could be well described as a like 'slice' of the Jewellery Quarter in Stourport and of course at a much more affordable price!

LOCATION - The property has an ultra-convenient location right in the heart of Historic Stourport and over the last few years there has been substantial investment in the town's Supermarkets and, indeed, the good local pubs and restaurants making this a really superb place to live! The house is also just 400m along Stourport's fine World War l Memorial Park! The Park offers some 30 acres of verdant open space and would be an absolute oasis with young children and/or dogs, having vast lawns plus play areas which attracts visitors from miles around. In broad thought then what an amazing 'borrowed' garden! Equally, the town centre position also gives quick access to the picturesque banks of the River Severn together with its adjoining meadow and parks.

AGENTS COMMENTS - This property is without question one of the very best houses you will find in this price bracket not only for its generous size, stunning interior and town centre location but also its future inherent ‘built in value’! Given its standard of finish the lucky buyer can be assured of efficient low maintenance, and therefore, low cost living for a good many years to come! This valuable factor would also make the property a platinum edged investment for those who perhaps have a second home elsewhere or abroad and wish to retain a luxurious lock up and leave bolt hole. Successful letting or indeed holiday letting would also be easy to imagine with a high calibre property such as this. Contemporary, town centre homes, this good, are all too rare locally and the ultra-convenience ensures suitability for buyers of all ages with plentiful facilities of pretty much on the doorstep!

The accommodation comprises:-

RECEPTION HALL

with staircase to first floor and door to:

UTILITY ROOM

15' 1'' x 9' 11'' (4.59m x 3.01m)

[max and min excluding under-stairs recess] with central heating radiator, sealed unit double glazed unit to side elevation, range of wall and base mounted units with roll top surface over, having inset stainless steel sink, 'Ideal' combination boiler being neatly concealed by wall unit.

CLOAKROOM/WC

with central heating radiator, low level flush wc and hand wash basin.

BEDROOM THREE

15' 1'' x 13' 0'' (4.60m x 3.95m)

with central heating radiator and sealed unit double glazed window to side elevation.

COMBINED OPEN PLAN LIVING KITCHEN

30' 8'' x 13' 0'' (9.34m x 3.95m)

[max 2.08m/6'10" min] with lots of natural light via three windows, two central heating radiators, range of kitchen units with complementary roll top surface over and matching island unit, inset one and a half bowl sink, inset 'Neff' induction hob, built-in 'Neff' slide and hide electric oven, integral dishwasher.

SECOND FLOOR LANDING

with central heating radiator, access to loft space and doors to:

BEDROOM ONE [rear]

13' 0'' x 11' 2'' (3.95m x 3.40m)

[max] with central heating radiator, twin roof lights to side aspect.

BEDROOM TWO [front]

13' 1'' x 10' 11'' (3.98m x 3.34m)

[max] with central heating radiator and twin roof lights to side aspect.

BATHROOM

7' 10'' x 6' 9'' (2.38m x 2.05m)

with roof light to side aspect, ladder style towel radiator, low level flush wc, pedestal hand wash basin, bath and separate enclosed cubicle with mixer shower.

AGENTS NOTE

The gross internal area (GIA) measurement is based upon data taken from the respective Energy Performance Certificate.

01299 488543

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