Burlish Cottages, Bewdley Road North, Stourport-On-Severn

£375,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A Spacious Four Bedroom Semi-Detached Country Cottage Between Stourport & Bewdley, Set Well Off The Road With Delightful Gardens, Views & Detached Annexe.

* Reception Hall

* 15' x 12' Dining Room With Log Burner

* 15' x 15' Lounge With Log Burner

* Contemporary Fitted Kitchen

* Guest WC

* Bathroom & En-Suite Shower Room

* Annexe Has Workshop, Hobby Room & Kitchenette.

Reception Hall

3.86m x 2.21m (12'8 x 7'3 )

Dining Room

4.72m x 3.66m (15'6 x 12'0 )

Lounge

4.78m x 4.65m (15'8 x 15'3 )

Kitchen

3.84m x 2.92m (excluding door recess) (12'7 x 9'7

WC

1.83m x 0.79m (6'0 x 2'7 )

Bedroom One (rear)

4.72m x 4.67m (15'6 x 15'4 )

En-Suite Shower Room

2.34m x 1.60m (7'8 x 5'3 )

Bedroom Two (front)

3.78m (max) x 3.53m (12'5 (max) x 11'7 )

Bedroom Three (side)

3.02m x 2.84m (9'11 x 9'4 )

Bedroom Four (front)

3.53m (max) x 2.26m (11'7 (max) x 7'5 )

Bathroom

2.03m x 1.78m (6'8 x 5'10 )

Annexe Workshop (L-Shaped)

4.62m x 2.39m + 2.39m x 2.44m (15'2 x 7'10 + 7'1

Annexe Hobby Room

4.22m x 2.31m (13'10 x 7'7 )

Annexe Kitchenette

1.88m x 2.51m (6'2 x 8'3 )

Most conveniently situated midway between the towns of Stourport and Bewdley, this hugely appealing semi-detached farm cottage lies well back from the road behind a lengthy access track shared by the property and its adjoining neighbour.

To the front of the house is a private gravelled parking area which could accommodate 5/6 cars. Immediately adjacent to the property is a 2.7 acre paddock enclosure running from the road past the side of the property and wrapping around to the rear. The owners of the cottage presently rent the paddock from the land owner.

The cottage offers well proportioned accommodation with the benefit of an oil fired central heating system (new boiler fitted in 2017), upvc double glazing, mains electricity and water with drainage to a shared septic tank.

Additionally the annexe roof is fitted with photovoltaic solar panels generating electricity for the entire property and benefiting from a generous Feed In Tariff fixed to 2036 which provided an income of £1529 in the year Dec 18 - Dec 19, resulting in a zero net energy cost to the present owners.

The main front entrance door opens to a spacious reception hall with oak effect flooring, a useful understairs storage cupboard and door leading through to the large central dining room.

With views to the front, exposed beams to the ceiling and a log burner set on slate hearth, this room forms a natural hub of the home with doors radiating off to the lounge and kitchen.

Situated to the rear, with a window overlooking the garden and full height glazed panels with double doors opening out to the garden patio, the light and spacious lounge measures 15'8 x 15'3 and features painted beams to ceiling and a second log burner.

The kitchen is fitted with a contemporary range of grey handleless wall and base cabinets, grey tile effect flooring and integrated appliances to include an AEG electric double oven, AEG induction hob, Caple eye-level microwave and dishwasher.

A recessed lobby area off the kitchen has a guest WC and external door out to the garden.

To the first floor there are four bedrooms, the master being of generous proportions (15'6 x 15'4 ) with a range of grey fitted furniture to include wardrobes and drawers, also benefiting from dual aspect windows with a particularly pleasant aspect to the rear overlooking the garden and paddock.

The en-suite shower room has a cubicle with Gainsborough electric shower unit plus wc, pedestal hand basin, electric chrome heated towel rail and skylight window.

The family bathroom has wood effect flooring, a chrome heated towel rail and a white suite comprising vanity unit with hand basin, low level wc and panelled bath with mixer shower off taps.

Next to the cottage is a substantial detached annexe presently subdivided to form two separate L-shaped ares, namely a sizeable workshop plus a hobby room with open plan kitchenette having work surface with sink unit, under-counter space for washing machine, tile effect flooring, two windows with views out to the front and a rear door to garden. There is also a useful loft storage space with a drop down ladder hatch accesible from the workshop.

The annexe has clear potential to be adapted as an excellent home office or living space for a dependent relative, subject of course to the necessary local authority approval.

The gardens are a delightful feature of the cottage, enjoying a sunny South-West facing disposition, with level lawns edged by well stocked borders and including a variety of fruit trees (four apple, two pears and two plums). A substantial 10' x 8' timber shed, timber framed greenhouse and two timber log stores are included in the sale.

The gardens enjoy an excellent degree of privacy, and although the house is semi-detached it is orientated away from its adjoining neighbour, which cannot be seen from the gardens.

Viewing is essential to fully appreciate the lovely position and substantial nature of the accommodation on offer. This really is the archetypal country cottage whilst being only five minutes drive from the centre of both Stourport and Bewdley. Council tax made payable to The Wyre Forest District Council, rated as band E.

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