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Richmond Road, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12
Offers in the region of £200,000 | 2 bedrooms

Property features

• Well located 2-bedroom semi-detached bungalow
• Within the Bark Hill area of Bewdley
• 50m to a local shop, plus close to bus routes and the Wyre Forest
• NO UPWARD CHAIN.

A well located 2-bedroom semi-detached bungalow within the Bark Hill area of Bewdley, 50m to a local shop, plus also close to bus routes, and the Wyre Forest. NO UPWARD CHAIN. Energy Rating: D. All enquiries to STOURPORT OFFICE 01299 822060.

Description
Number 6 Richmond Road is in the market to be sold straightaway with the benefit of vacant possession. It is recognised that the property requires some updating by modern tastes, and we confirm that this is already pre-reflected within the asking price. Notwithstanding, a little time, care, and attention, will transform this highly desirable property into a wonderful long-term home. Equally, this is also an opportunity to add value as well, when pushed to realise its full potential.LOCATION - Historic Bewdley is an acutely sought-after place to live and with special reason. It takes its name from the French words "Beau Lieu" meaning "Beautiful Place" and has been described as the "most perfect small Georgian town in Worcestershire". This vibrant town is packed with plentiful amenities including a wealth of restaurants/character public houses and is built on the banks of the River Severn, offering a rich and scenic landscape which draws visitors from far and wide the whole year round. The property has a very handy location just off Cleobury Road, in the upper reaches of Bewdley, within comfortable walking of town centre which is just over half a mile distant. Closer still there is a good pub - The Hope Pole Inn - and also a convenience shop. This part of Bewdley also offers particularly simple motoring accessibility to the bypass and therefore surrounding towns. Additionally, there is also very quick access into the outstandingly beautiful Wyre Forest National Nature Reserve which is literally just down the road and spreads out over some 6000 acres!The accommodation comprises:-

Access is gained via door to:


Reception Hall
with central heating radiator, fitted cloaks cupboard also housing fuse board and electricity meter, door to:

Living Room
5.74m x 3.53m (18'10" x 11'7")
[max - 3.21m min] with two central heating radiators, fireplace with electric fire (not tested) and double glazed patio door to rear elevation opening to outside, door to:

Kitchen
2.70m x 2.36m (8'10" x 7'9")
with double glazed window to rear elevation, door to side elevation opening to outside, range of kitchen units, stainless steel sink.

From the Reception Hall doors lead to:


Bedroom One
3.30m x 3.25m (10'10" x 10'8")
[excluding door recess] with central heating radiator, UPVC double glazed window to front elevation.

Bedroom Two
3.30m x 2.94m (10'10" x 9'8")
[max] with central heating radiator, UPVC double glazed window to front elevation.

Bathroom
with obscured window to side elevation, low level flush wc, pedestal hand wash basin, bath and built-in cupboard housing 'Worcester' central heating boiler.

Outside
The bungalow stands back from the kerbside behind a block paved driveway.

Carport


Brick Store
2.94m x 2.45m (9'8" x 8'0")
with double doors, window to side elevation overlooking the gardens and pitched roof over.

South West Facing Rear Gardens
with patio area and established plants and bushes.

 

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