A charming end of terrace period property with delightful period features including fireplaces to the bedrooms and high ceilings throughout. Situated directly opposite Queen’s Park, this property is absolutely ideal for first time buyers, professionals and young families seeking all that Harborne has to offer but also with the benefit of being situated in its own community comprising a variety of local shops, great public transport routes and road links to the city and M5/M6. This location is particularly popular with those commuting to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, University of Birmingham and city centre whilst
Harborne fitness centre and High Street are less than a mile away. EPC Rating: E
Is accessed via the fore-garden that is mainly laid to lawn and lined with aromatic lavender bushes with terraced stone chipping steps leading to the UPVC front door that opens into the:
4.01m (13' 2") X 3.48m (11' 5")
With traditional features including cornicing and decorative ceiling rose, the fireplace and chimney breast has been re-worked to accommodate modern media requirements whilst utilising the natural light that floods through the bay window. Laminate flooring and ceiling light point complete this room with a doorway to:
3.43m (11' 3") X 3.40m (11' 2")
Having a door off to the under-stair cupboard for hanging coats and general storage, the room opens out into a dining area amply accommodating table with six chairs also having a polished ceramic tile floor, central heating radiator, ceiling light point, door to stairs giving access to the first floor accommodation, a UPVC double-glazed door leading to the rear garden and opening to:
2.97m (9' 9") X 1.80m (5' 11")
Striking galley-style kitchen with a good range of black high gloss wall and base units with under lighting, grey roll-top work-surfaces with tiled splash-backs, stainless steel sink and drainer, integrated oven and hob with extractor over, UPVC double glazed window to the side elevation, polished ceramic tiled floor and doorway to:
2.18m (7' 2") X 1.27m (4' 2")
A great, functional space with plumbing for washing machine also accommodating the dryer, fridge/freezer and a wall-mounted combination boiler.
Whether relaxing, playing or entertaining, the rear garden has plenty of room whilst also being low-maintenance having a generous slabbed patio to the side and rear, hedged and fenced surround with gated access returning to the front of the property, and a path to:
4.85m (15' 11") X 2.54m (8' 4")
Garage is accessed via Earls Court Road having parking for one car and doors to front and rear.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
Is accessed via the door off the dining room giving onto stairs rising to:
With ceiling light and doors to:
3.48m (11' 5") X 3.48m (11' 5")
Located at the front of the property and having a fabulously quirky window configuration with one large main panel and also a smaller one to the side – great for allowing lots of natural light into the room whilst also giving a cottage-feel to the room that is further aided by the charming cast iron fireplace. Having built-in over-stair storage, also providing loft access, and currently accommodating a double bed and drawers, this is a generously-proportioned room that could easily take further furniture.
3.43m (11' 3") X 2.46m (8' 1")
With stripped, painted floorboards and a cast iron fireplace, this is another appealing room that is currently being utilised as a study/office but serves equally as well as a second or guest bedroom with a UPVC double glazed window looking out to the rear of the property.
2.67m (8' 9") X 1.80m (5' 11")
Spacious and modern bathroom having a white suite comprising vanity wash hand basin, low level flush WC, ‘P’-shaped bath with shower over and screen also obscure glazed UPVC window to the rear elevation, central heating radiator and painted floor boards.