4 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Wolverhampton Road, Sedgley, Dudley, West Midlands, DY3

4 Bedroom Detached House - £350,000

Wolverhampton Road, Sedgley, Dudley, West Midlands, DY3

First listed on: 20th February 2020

Nearest stations: Coseley (1.7 mi)Wolverhampton (2.4 mi)Tipton (2.9 mi)Dudley Port (3.7 mi)Hednesford (4.1 mi)

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Property Description

Tenure: Freehold

A traditional detached family home bursting with character and charm.

The welcoming hallway has a door to the cellar, Minton tiled floor and beautiful stained glass windows. The living room and dining room have lovely feature fireplaces and deep coving to the ceiling. The accommodation also includes a light and airy breakfast kitchen, four double bedrooms and a first floor bathroom. 1,698 sq. ft.

Situation
The property sits within a sizeable plot local to Sedgley with its array of shopping facilities and amenities and good schooling. Penn Golf Course is a short distance and there is easy access to the surrounding towns and villages.

Description
This period detached residence has spacious family accommodation bursting with period features, character and charm; it really needs to be viewed to fully appreciate the features within.

Enter through the stunning open porch with a pitched roof, coach house lighting, tiled floor and through a part-double glazed front door into the splendid welcoming hallway. The hallway has a split-level staircase with a carved balustrade rising to the first floor accommodation, there is original Minton tile to the floor, deep coving to the ceiling, a door to cellar, a radiator and doors radiating off to the kitchen and reception rooms.

The wonderful living room has many original features including a multi-fuel burner with feature decorative fire surround and a matching mirror, deep coving to the ceiling, wall light points, a radiator and a double glazed leaded light bay window overlooking the front.   

The pleasant dining room features an open fireplace with a decorative art nouveau style wooden fire surround, deep coving to the ceiling, original parquet floor, a radiator and French double glazed doors opening to the rear garden.

The light and airy breakfast kitchen has a range of matching high gloss wall, base and drawer units, with roll edge work surfaces and decorative splash backs. There is an integrated oven, four ring gas hob and extractor, a one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap and drainer, and further spaces for domestic appliances. The dining area has a radiator, room for a table and chairs, a double glazed window overlooking the rear garden and a part-double glazed door to the rear.

From the hallway, a split-level staircase rises to the first floor accommodation with two stunning leaded light stained glass windows, two radiators and doors leading to the generous sized bedrooms and bathroom. The first bedroom has a radiator and double glazed window to the fore. Bedroom two has two built-in book shelves to either side of the chimney breast, a radiator and a double glazed window to the rear.   The third bedroom has a radiator and a double glazed window to the rear. Bedroom four has loft access, a storage cupboard, a radiator and a double glazed window to the rear.

The house shower room is fitted with a white suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, a bidet, a curved shower cubicle, complementary splashbacks, a radiator, a storage cupboard and an obscure double glazed window to the fore. A door from the bathroom leads to a loft room with ample storage and a glazed window. There is a separate toilet housing a low level WC.   

Outside
There is off road parking for a number of vehicles and also a side entrance to the rear of the property.

The rear garden has a paved area for alfresco dining and entertaining with a lawned area beyond. There are a number of outbuildings with lighting and power. The garden also includes established planting of trees and foliage, a hardstanding area to the rear, far reaching views, an outside tap, courtesy lighting and a garden pond.
A traditional detached family home bursting with character and charm.

The welcoming hallway has a door to the cellar, Minton tiled floor and beautiful stained glass windows. The living room and dining room have lovely feature fireplaces and deep coving to the ceiling. The accommodation also includes a light and airy breakfast kitchen, four double bedrooms and a first floor bathroom. 1,698 sq. ft.

Situation
The property sits within a sizeable plot local to Sedgley with its array of shopping facilities and amenities and good schooling. Penn Golf Course is a short distance and there is easy access to the surrounding towns and villages.

Description
This period detached residence has spacious family accommodation bursting with period features, character and charm; it really needs to be viewed to fully appreciate the features within.

Enter through the stunning open porch with a pitched roof, coach house lighting, tiled floor and through a part-double glazed front door into the splendid welcoming hallway. The hallway has a split-level staircase with a carved balustrade rising to the first floor accommodation, there is original Minton tile to the floor, deep coving to the ceiling, a door to cellar, a radiator and doors radiating off to the kitchen and reception rooms.

The wonderful living room has many original features including a multi-fuel burner with feature decorative fire surround and a matching mirror, deep coving to the ceiling, wall light points, a radiator and a double glazed leaded light bay window overlooking the front.   

The pleasant dining room features an open fireplace with a decorative art nouveau style wooden fire surround, deep coving to the ceiling, original parquet floor, a radiator and French double glazed doors opening to the rear garden.

The light and airy breakfast kitchen has a range of matching high gloss wall, base and drawer units, with roll edge work surfaces and decorative splash backs. There is an integrated oven, four ring gas hob and extractor, a one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap and drainer, and further spaces for domestic appliances. The dining area has a radiator, room for a table and chairs, a double glazed window overlooking the rear garden and a part-double glazed door to the rear.

From the hallway, a split-level staircase rises to the first floor accommodation with two stunning leaded light stained glass windows, two radiators and doors leading to the generous sized bedrooms and bathroom. The first bedroom has a radiator and double glazed window to the fore. Bedroom two has two built-in book shelves to either side of the chimney breast, a radiator and a double glazed window to the rear.   The third bedroom has a radiator and a double glazed window to the rear. Bedroom four has loft access, a storage cupboard, a radiator and a double glazed window to the rear.

The house shower room is fitted with a white suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, a bidet, a curved shower cubicle, complementary splashbacks, a radiator, a storage cupboard and an obscure double glazed window to the fore. A door from the bathroom leads to a loft room with ample storage and a glazed window. There is a separate toilet housing a low level WC.   

Outside
There is off road parking for a number of vehicles and also a side entrance to the rear of the property.

The rear garden has a paved area for alfresco dining and entertaining with a lawned area beyond. There are a number of outbuildings with lighting and power. The garden also includes established planting of trees and foliage, a hardstanding area to the rear, far reaching views, an outside tap, courtesy lighting and a garden pond.
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