Extended Four Bedroom Detached House In Desirable Location On The Fringe Of The Popular Offmore Farm Development, Providing Ideal Family Accommodation With Excellent Conservatory Style Rear Garden Room Read more
Extended Four Bedroom Detached House In Desirable Location On The Fringe Of The Popular Offmore Farm Development, Providing Ideal Family Accommodation With Excellent Conservatory Style Rear Garden Room
Situated on the fringe of the popular Offmore Farm neighbourhood, on the Birmingham side of Town, this extended detached property now provides larger than average accommodation well deserving of a personal inspection.
Set back from the road behind a double width block paved driveway, the entrance hall leads into a nicely proportioned square lounge with feature fireplace and electric fire.
A door leads through to the kitchen with range of beech fronted wall & base cabinets, wood laminate flooring and useful pantry cupboard.
The kitchen opens through into the conservatory style garden room, featuring solid walls surmounted by a glass roof providing a light and airy space lending itself to use as an additional sitting or dining area.
Also off the kitchen is a utility room, with sink unit, space for washing machine, door to garden, further door to the integral garage and guest cloakroom with tiled floor, low level wc and hand basin.
To the first floor there are four bedrooms, the master forming an extension over the garage, measuring over 17' in length with en-suite shower room off.
The second and third double bedrooms both have in-built wardrobe space, with the rear bedroom enjoying views over the garden.
The family bathroom features wood effect flooring and full wall tiling, with a refitted white suite comprising low level wc, pedestal hand basin and panelled bath with Triton Cara electric shower above.
The property features a gas fired central heating system and upvc double glazed windows throughout. Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are all connected. Tenure is freehold.
Council tax is payable to Wyre Forest District Council, rated as Band C which is subject to review once the property is sold as a result of improvements carried out.
It should be noted that the farmland between Husum Way and Comberton Road, which includes the land to the rear of Chaucer Crescent, has been allocated for future housing development.
Council Tax Band - C EPC Rating - E Tenure - Freehold