A well-appointed 2 bedroom EDWARDIAN terrace is situated on the border between Bournville and Cotteridge. It offers heaps of character throughout with a new kitchen being fitted in 2017. The property comprises of: two reception rooms, refitted kitchen, two double bedrooms, large family bathroom and front and rear gardens.
The property is located off the Watford Road which serves as a link between Cotteridge and Bournville. The area is well served by schools and parks and there is good access to surrounding centres. The house is set back from this tree-lined road behind a garden with stone boundary wall and the building is of brickwork beneath a modern-tile main roof and it has a double glazed bay window.
Stairs leading up to front door.
Front door leading to vestibule. Electric consumer unit. Door into reception room one.
RECEPTION ROOM ONE
Double glazed bay window to the front elevation. Oak hardwood flooring. Feature fireplace. Wall mounted radiator with door leading to reception room two.
RECEPTION ROOM TWO 12′ 10″ x 12′ 0″ (3.91m x 3.66m)
Door to understairs storage cupboard. Feature fireplace. Single glazed sash window to rear elevation. Wall mounted radiator. TV aerial point. Door to first floor accommodation and door to kitchen.
KITCHEN 13′ 9″ x 7′ 0″ (4.19m x 2.13m)
Refitted in 2017 from HOWDENs the kitchen consists of: Mixture of wall and base units with solid oak worktops. Inset Belfast ceramic sink with mixer tap. Tiling to splash prone areas. Bosch electric oven with gas hob and extractor hood over. Pull out pantry cupboard. Stone tiling to floors and spotlights to the ceiling. Exposed brick to the rear elevation and a double glazed window to the side elevation with double glazed double doors leading to rear garden.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
Access to loft space via pull down ladders.
BEDROOM ONE 11′ 9″ x 11′ 0″ avg (3.58m x 3.35m)
Double glazed windows to the front elevation. Wall mounted radiator. Feature fireplace.
BEDROOM TWO 12′ 9″ x 8′ 11″ avg (3.89m x 2.74m)
Single glazed window to the rear elevation. Wall mounted radiator. Door to storage cupboard over stairs.
Obscure single glazed window to the rear elevation with suite comprising of; walk in shower cubicle, Victorian style roll top bath, pedestal sink, low level w.c. tiling to splash prone areas and wooden effect tile flooring.
The property benefits from a front garden which is ideal for refuse storage. This is gravelled with a hedge encompassing the plot to the front elevation.
Giving occupiers “the best of both worlds”. Whilst of manageable size, it is not overlooked from behind and the view to the rear includes a backdrop of established trees. A patio area which steps up to artificial lawn leading onto a decked area. The property has rear access via a gate leading to a secure passageway back to Ashmore Road.
The property is part double glazed. The windows on the front aspect were installed by Badger windows in autumn 2017 and have FENSA certification. The kitchen window is double glazed.
Bournville and Kings Norton train stations are within proximity, providing transport along the cross city line into Birmingham City centre. The property benefits from a large range of local amenities situated in Cotteridge.
HOW TO GET THERE (B30 2HB)
If travelling through Bournville along Linden Road (A4040) from Selly Oak towards Cotteridge, after Cadburys on the left and Bournville Park on the right, continue past the junctions with Bournville Lane, Mary Vale, Beaumont and Franklin Roads and take the next left turn into Ashmore Road where the house is along on the left hand side.
Under the provisions of the Section 21 of the Estate Agents Act 1979 the directors of Horton Storey Ltd would like to disclose their personal interest in this property. The owner of the property is a director of Horton Storey Limited.