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The Green, Chaddesley Corbett, Kidderminster, DY10
Offers in the region of £525,000 | 3 bedrooms

Property features

• Exemplary three-bedroom home in one of Worcestershire’s most revered villages between Kidderminster and Bromsgrove.
• Stunning luxury interior, following a no expense spared refurbishment.
• Underfloor heating to the ground floor, plus also to the first-floor bathroom.
• High quality fitments, including quartz work tops, boiling water tap, and two sets of bi-folding doors to the private west facing gardens.
• Good garage with automatic door, and direct access to and from the utility.
• Available with immediate vacant possession.
• In the market to be sold straightaway with all proceedable offers seriously considered.
• Please visit our own website to see and print the full details.

High calibre link-detached home, with a luxury interior, in one of Worcestershire's most revered villages. In the market to be sold straight-away with the benefit of vacant possession. Energy Rating: D. All enquiries to STOURPORT OFFICE 01299 822060

BACKROUND - 12 The Green has been completely refurbished and re-equipped throughout, to include both wet and electric underfloor heating systems. The current owners purchased the property around 6 years ago and have remodelled it to such a dramatic extent that it is now akin to a new home within a 1950's shell. It now offers a host of features, attributes, and refinements which, truly, tick many boxes, and suffice to say is truly only appreciated by personal inspection. The property has been re-plumbed, re-wired, re-plastered throughout, then re-equipped with high quality fixtures and fittings creating a stunning contemporary interior, most probably match-less, in Chaddesley at this price point!LOCATION - This exemplary home, pairs with a superb location, being set within one the most revered rural Villages in North Worcestershire, and a very pretty slice of 'old England' - Chaddesley Corbett. It lies within the Greenbelt, on the edge of the Wyre Forest District midway, between the regional centres of Kidderminster and Bromsgrove, and is forever well watched by regular commuters by virtue of its swift and simple accessibility to the M5/M42 Midlands motorway network. The Village itself has a range of amenities including three good traditional Pubs, all of which have been featured in the Good Beer Guide. Other features of this picture postcard village include a General Store, Butchers, Hairdressers, Tea Room, Florist, Sports Club, Petrol Station with Spar Shop, a renowned grand hotel called Brockencote Hall and a timeless Grade I Listed 11th century church known as St Cassian's. In respect of schooling then the village is also home to Chaddesley Corbett Endowed Primary and also an additional independent public establishment called Winterfold Primary School. Even to those previously unfamiliar with the village, then just a simple drive through the High Street will impose its wonderful character.In respect of micro-environment, the property overlooks an important area of public amenity grassland after which the road is named, namely ''the green'. The land extends to about 0.7 of an acre, and is referred to in Chaddesley Corbett Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP) as "an important area of green space which also holds recreational value". In broad thought, what an amazing extension to your own garden, and oasis for those with young children.AGENTS COMMENTS - Given the degree effort and expenditure that has been lavished upon it, 12 The Green has been transformed into a very special home, but the true benefit of such comprehensive refurbishment runs deeper than that. Namely, that the lucky new owners can be assured of efficient low maintenance, and therefore, low-cost living for a good many years to come! This exemplary home is unhesitatingly recommended for immediate inspection and affords flawless accommodation floors to comprise:-

Access is gained via door to:

2.19m x 1.10m (7'2" x 3'7")
with central heating radiator, three UPVC double glazed windows and door to:

Reception Hall
with central heating radiator, UPVC double glazed window to side elevation and door to:

Walk-In Cupboard
1.72m x 0.94m (5'8" x 3'1")

Through Lounge/Dining Room
7.52m x 5.67m (24'8" x 18'7")
[max - 3.59m min] with UPVC double glazed windows to front and side elevations, bi-folding door to rear elevation opening to the gardens, fireplace with log burner effect gas fire.

Fitted Breakfast Kitchen
4.28m x 3.97m (14'1" x 13'0")
[to door] with large skylight, UPVC double glazed window to front elevation, wide space bi-folding door to side elevation opening to the gardens, range of both wall and base mounted kitchen units with Quartz working surfaces plus a solid wood breakfast bar, Belfast style sink with boiling tap, induction hob, built-in electric oven and separate built-in combined oven and microwave, integral dishwasher.

Utility Room
4.62m x 1.86m (15'2" x 6'1")
with UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation, composite door to side elevation opening to outside, range of fitted units with Quartz worktops over and inset Belfast style sink, personal door giving direct access to and from the garage, door to:

Shower Room/WC
2.05m x 1.93m (6'9" x 6'4")
with ladder style electric towel radiator, UPVC double glazed obscured window to rear elevation, low level flush wc, hand wash basin and walk-in cubicle with mixer shower having a handset and overhead rain function.

From the Reception Hall a staircase rises to:

First Floor Landing
with access to loft space, UPVC double glazed window to side elevation, built-in linen cupboard also housing 'Worcester' combination boiler, door to:

Bedroom One
3.77m x 3.61m (12'4" x 11'10")
[max] with central heating radiator, UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation.

Bedroom Two
3.70m x 3.15m (12'2" x 10'4")
with central heating radiator and UPVC double glazed window to front elevation.

Bedroom Three
2.73m x 2.45m (8'11" x 8'0")
with central heating radiator and UPVC double glazed window to front elevation.

2.10m x 1.95m (6'11" x 6'5")
with UPVC double glazed obscured window to side elevation, ladder style towel radiator, low level flush wc, vanity basin and bath with mixer shower over having handset and rain function.

The property stands back behind a lawned foregarden flanked by a gated driveway providing off road parking, surrounding external lighting with timer, access to:

4.07m x 2.70m (13'4" x 8'10")
with automatic door, UPVC double glazed obscured window to side elevation, plumbing for automatic washing machine - this being additional plumbing over and above that already in the utility room.

West Facing Rear Gardens
The gardens are inter-sected by a private footpath creating a situation whereby the plot is arranged in two sections. The footpath is not public, instead it is for the benefit of the local Farmer linking to his field. The path also benefits the subject property, providing a convenient pedestrian rear access.

All main services are connected. There is gas central heating combined with underfloor heating. Underfloor heating is installed to the kitchen, utility room and downstairs shower room. An electric underfloor system serves the reception hall, the loungte/dining room and the upstairs bathroom.


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