4 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Station Road, Stottesdon, Kidderminster, Shropshire, DY14

4 Bedroom Detached House - £550,000

Station Road, Stottesdon, Kidderminster, Shropshire, DY14

First listed on: 14th September 2020

Interested in this property? Call See phone number 01384 370 232

Property Description

Tenure: Freehold

A truly superb period residence in the delightful village of Stottesdon, set on a third of an acre and with tremendous views to Brown Clee.

This extensive country home has been substantially extended and provides a wealth of accommodation packed with character features. Includes four living rooms, a spacious kitchen, a utility and a boot room. Four bedrooms, master with an en suite. Detached double garage, several timber outbuildings, beautiful secluded grounds.

Situation
Stottesdon is a delightful village situated amidst some of the most fantastic countryside this area has to offer. This thriving community on the borders of Worcestershire and Shropshire has much to offer the resident, including a number of amenities directly at hand including a village pub, doctors surgery and primary school.

For those who love the outdoors Stottesdon is just the place, with miles of walks heading off in all directions and leading to wonderful beauty spots such as the Clee Hills which is just a few miles away. The Clees are a dramatic range of hills rising to over 1,700 feet at the highest point and which offer amazing far reaching views to Malvern and the Black Mountains. This truly outstanding landscape is different throughout the year, awash with bluebells in the spring and rising high above the misty valleys in autumn, all of which is right on the doorstep for a resident of Stottesdon.

Description:
7 Station Road is a truly superb period residence, dating back several hundred years and having been much improved and also substantially extended in more recent times. This delightful cottage now offers an extensive amount of accommodation which is packed with a wealth of period features throughout, including exposed beams, Inglenook fireplaces and some original internal doors. These wonderful features blend nicely with the more modern elements of the property which include a wonderful timber clad garden room extension with grey windows and French doors leading out to the grounds. The latter are a wonderful feature of the property, equating to around one third of an acre and benefiting from utmost privacy and wonderful views across fields to Brown Clee. An array of outbuildings completes the package which include a detached double garage, several sheds and a large timber outbuilding ideal as a home office, games room or gym.

The property is approached by a gated driveway which can accommodate around four vehicles and which leads to the double garage. The latter has up and over door, ample loft storage, power, lighting and side door in to the garden. From the driveway winding pathway leads to the front porch which has leaded windows, stained glass and front door leading inside.

Upon entering the property one is greeted by a charming living room which is extremely spacious and packed with character, having exposed beams, antique corner cupboard, quality wood flooring, two original internal doors and impressive Inglenook fireplace housing a multi-fuel burner. Adjoining this room is a separate dining room which has wood flooring, brick fireplace and serving hatch.

The property offers two further ground floor reception rooms, one ideal as a snug or study and featuring an Inglenook fireplace, exposed beams, quality wood flooring, two windows and original internal door. The fourth reception is a fantastic five sided garden room which has tiled flooring, radiator, wall lights, French doors leading outside and four double glazed windows overlooking the grounds and countryside beyond.

The spacious L-shaped kitchen is large enough to provide ample cupboard space and to accommodate a good sized table and chairs. Comprising matching wall and base units, work surfaces with inset sink drainer, built-in oven and hob with extractor above, integrated fridge, tiled flooring, windows to side and rear, useful pantry and internal door leading a utility. The latter houses the oil fired boiler and provides space and plumbing for appliances.

Two sets of stairs, one from the living room and another from the inner hallway, provide access to the first floor landing which has a useful library/study area, two radiators, exposed beams and two windows. Doors from here lead to the four bedrooms and family bathroom. The master bedroom is a large double room with exposed oak floorboards and beams, window to front aspect, two skylights, fitted double wardrobe, wall lights and door leading to the en suite. This spacious en suite has shower cubicle, vanity unit, exposed beams, radiator/towel rail combination, skylight, low level WC and bidet. Bedroom two is an extremely spacious and light double bedroom with dual aspect windows and great far reaching views. Bedrooms three and four are both pleasant cottage style bedrooms with exposed beams.

The main bathroom has panelled bath with shower above, pedestal wash basin, low level WC, skylight and radiator/towel rail combination.

Outside:
The grounds of 7 Station Road are a huge feature of the property, beautifully maintained and planted, benefiting from utmost privacy and the most fantastic views across neighbouring fields to Brown Clee. The gardens fit beautifully in to the surrounding landscape and offer a number of different sections. Comprising patio area with delightful views of the Brown Clee, large wraparound lawn with box hedging and mature hedged boundaries, raised decking area with accompanying summerhouse complete with power and light, secluded circular seating area, lovely mature orchard at the side with apple and damson trees. There is also a herb garden and well stocked vegetable patch, two sheds and a greenhouse plus a substantial wooden outbuilding comprising two rooms which is ideal as a home office, games room or gym, with power and lighting.
A truly superb period residence in the delightful village of Stottesdon, set on a third of an acre and with tremendous views to Brown Clee.

This extensive country home has been substantially extended and provides a wealth of accommodation packed with character features. Includes four living rooms, a spacious kitchen, a utility and a boot room. Four bedrooms, master with an en suite. Detached double garage, several timber outbuildings, beautiful secluded grounds.

Situation
Stottesdon is a delightful village situated amidst some of the most fantastic countryside this area has to offer. This thriving community on the borders of Worcestershire and Shropshire has much to offer the resident, including a number of amenities directly at hand including a village pub, doctors surgery and primary school.

For those who love the outdoors Stottesdon is just the place, with miles of walks heading off in all directions and leading to wonderful beauty spots such as the Clee Hills which is just a few miles away. The Clees are a dramatic range of hills rising to over 1,700 feet at the highest point and which offer amazing far reaching views to Malvern and the Black Mountains. This truly outstanding landscape is different throughout the year, awash with bluebells in the spring and rising high above the misty valleys in autumn, all of which is right on the doorstep for a resident of Stottesdon.

Description:
7 Station Road is a truly superb period residence, dating back several hundred years and having been much improved and also substantially extended in more recent times. This delightful cottage now offers an extensive amount of accommodation which is packed with a wealth of period features throughout, including exposed beams, Inglenook fireplaces and some original internal doors. These wonderful features blend nicely with the more modern elements of the property which include a wonderful timber clad garden room extension with grey windows and French doors leading out to the grounds. The latter are a wonderful feature of the property, equating to around one third of an acre and benefiting from utmost privacy and wonderful views across fields to Brown Clee. An array of outbuildings completes the package which include a detached double garage, several sheds and a large timber outbuilding ideal as a home office, games room or gym.

The property is approached by a gated driveway which can accommodate around four vehicles and which leads to the double garage. The latter has up and over door, ample loft storage, power, lighting and side door in to the garden. From the driveway winding pathway leads to the front porch which has leaded windows, stained glass and front door leading inside.

Upon entering the property one is greeted by a charming living room which is extremely spacious and packed with character, having exposed beams, antique corner cupboard, quality wood flooring, two original internal doors and impressive Inglenook fireplace housing a multi-fuel burner. Adjoining this room is a separate dining room which has wood flooring, brick fireplace and serving hatch.

The property offers two further ground floor reception rooms, one ideal as a snug or study and featuring an Inglenook fireplace, exposed beams, quality wood flooring, two windows and original internal door. The fourth reception is a fantastic five sided garden room which has tiled flooring, radiator, wall lights, French doors leading outside and four double glazed windows overlooking the grounds and countryside beyond.

The spacious L-shaped kitchen is large enough to provide ample cupboard space and to accommodate a good sized table and chairs. Comprising matching wall and base units, work surfaces with inset sink drainer, built-in oven and hob with extractor above, integrated fridge, tiled flooring, windows to side and rear, useful pantry and internal door leading a utility. The latter houses the oil fired boiler and provides space and plumbing for appliances.

Two sets of stairs, one from the living room and another from the inner hallway, provide access to the first floor landing which has a useful library/study area, two radiators, exposed beams and two windows. Doors from here lead to the four bedrooms and family bathroom. The master bedroom is a large double room with exposed oak floorboards and beams, window to front aspect, two skylights, fitted double wardrobe, wall lights and door leading to the en suite. This spacious en suite has shower cubicle, vanity unit, exposed beams, radiator/towel rail combination, skylight, low level WC and bidet. Bedroom two is an extremely spacious and light double bedroom with dual aspect windows and great far reaching views. Bedrooms three and four are both pleasant cottage style bedrooms with exposed beams.

The main bathroom has panelled bath with shower above, pedestal wash basin, low level WC, skylight and radiator/towel rail combination.

Outside:
The grounds of 7 Station Road are a huge feature of the property, beautifully maintained and planted, benefiting from utmost privacy and the most fantastic views across neighbouring fields to Brown Clee. The gardens fit beautifully in to the surrounding landscape and offer a number of different sections. Comprising patio area with delightful views of the Brown Clee, large wraparound lawn with box hedging and mature hedged boundaries, raised decking area with accompanying summerhouse complete with power and light, secluded circular seating area, lovely mature orchard at the side with apple and damson trees. There is also a herb garden and well stocked vegetable patch, two sheds and a greenhouse plus a substantial wooden outbuilding comprising two rooms which is ideal as a home office, games room or gym, with power and lighting.
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