Telford Drive, Bewdley


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  • Bedrooms: 4
A Stylish And Surprisingly Spacious Three/ Four Bedroom Link-Detached Property With A Contemporary Twist, Situated Within Walking Distance Of Bewdley Town Centre Whilst Enjoying Fabulous Views From The Top Of The Gardens. Available With No Upwards Chain.

* Superb 24' Kitchen/ Diner With Appliances

* Reception Hall & Guest Cloakroom

* 18' Lounge With Patio Doors

* Splendid 26' Master Bedroom

* Two Further Double Bedrooms

* Study/ Bedroom 4

* Family & En-Suite Shower Rooms

* Rear Gardens Ascending To Summer House With Stunning Views

Reception Hall

2.51m x 2.41m (8'3 x 7'11 )

Guest Cloakroom

2.31m x 0.76m (7'7 x 2'6 )

Kitchen/ Diner

7.44m x 3.33m/ 4.83m (max) (24'5 x 10'11 / 15'10


5.61m x 3.35m (18'5 x 11'0 )

Study/ Bedroom Four

3.35m x 2.34m (11'0 x 7'8 )

Bedroom 2 (front)

3.94m (max) x 3.43m (12'11 (max) x 11'3 )

Bedroom 3 (rear)

3.58m x 3.43m (11'9 x 11'3 )

Principal Shower Room

2.24m x 2.11m (7'4 x 6'11 )

Master Bedroom

7.98m (max) x 3.30m (max) (26'2 (max) x 10'10 (m

En-Suite Shower Room

1.55m x 1.47m (5'1 x 4'10 )


5.61m x 3.35m (18'5 x 11'0 )

Summer House

2.44m (avg) x 2.51m (8'0 (avg) x 8'3 )

This is a great opportunity to acquire a unique split-level link-detached property within 300 yards of the centre of town, yet enjoying a peaceful cul-de-sac setting with long rear gardens which rise up to reach a wonderful vantage point looking back over the town towards the surrounding countryside at Trimpley.

The original 1960s design has been enhanced with the addition of a dormer roof extension in 2017, creating a splendid 26' master bedroom and forming part of a series of improvements carried out by the present owners, who have refurbished and re-planned the interior to create a light, spacious and versatile family home with accommodation arranged over four separate levels, each connected by a short flight of stairs.

Set back behind a block paved double width driveway with further adjacent parking space, a full height glazed panel and entrance door gives way to the reception hall which has a guest cloakroom off, with low level wc and hand basin.

The hall then gives way to a superb open plan kitchen/ dining room, measuring over 24' in length and featuring luxury vinyl wood effect flooring (which extends through the hall and cloakroom).

The kitchen area is fitted with a contemporary Howdens range of pale cream wall and base cabinets, complemented by LED plinth lighting and black work surfaces to include a one-and-a-half bowl acrylic sink unit. Integral appliances include an electric oven, ceramic hob and hood, plus dishwasher and refrigerator.

There is ample space for a dining table and chairs, making this a spacious and sociable room with a door leading out to the side pathway which has a timber shed plus 14 wide log store and gives access to both the garage and garden.

A short flight of stairs leads up from the dining area to the first floor landing, with lounge to the rear and study (or fourth bedroom) to the front. The lounge is of generous proportions (18 5 x 11 0 , with feature log burner and full width sliding patio doors to the rear, opening out to a paved patio terrace with external lighting.

The second floor landing leads off to two large double bedrooms (front and rear) plus principal shower room fitted with low level wc, vanity unit with hand basin and cubicle with mixer shower.

A door from the second floor landing gives access to the more recently added master bedroom, measuring over 26 in length with windows front and rear, also benefiting from in-built wardrobe space, views out to the front and a corner en-suite shower room.

The rear gardens extend approximately 100 in length, rising steeply via a flight of steps to reach a recently constructed timber summer house with power supply, providing breathtaking views back over the townscape.

In addition to the paved patio accessible from the lounge, there is also a further timber decked terrace midway up the garden, providing a further sheltered seating area which takes full advantage of the sunny South-West facing aspect.

Mains gas, electricity, metered water and drainage are connected, with full upvc double glazing and a gas-fired central heating system served by a Worcester boiler.

Council tax is payable to Wyre Forest District Council, rated as Band E.

This is a property that really must be viewed to appreciate its unique character and undoubted appeal, providing that much sought after combination in Bewdley of parking space, views and under five minutes walk into town.

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