Baldwin Road, Kidderminster


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
An Extended Traditional 1930s Three Bedroom Semi-Detached Property In Much Sought After Location With Large, Well Maintained Gardens Adjoining Farm Fields To Rear. Available With No Upwards Chain.

* 21' Lounge To Rear

* Separate Dining Room

* Bespoke Breakfast Kitchen

* Guest Cloakroom

* Refitted Bathroom

* Brick Built Garden Store/ Workshop

Reception Hall

3.91m x 2.03m (12'10 x 6'8 )

Dining Room

4.24m (into bay) x 3.48m (13'11 (into bay) x 11'5


6.48m x 3.15m (21'3 x 10'4 )

Breakfast Kitchen

5.23m x 4.14m (max)/ 1.93m (min) (17'2 x 13'7 (m

Inner Lobby

2.03m x 0.81m (6'8 x 2'8 )

Guest Cloakroom

1.91m x 1.02m (6'3 x 3'4 )


3.96m x 2.13m (13'0 x 7'0 )

Bedroom One (front)

4.24m (into bay) x 3.51m (13'11 (into bay) x 11'6

Bedroom Two (rear)

3.63m x 3.05m (11'11 x 10'0 )

Bedroom Three (front)

2.34m x 1.96m (7'8 x 6'5 )


2.16m x 1.93m (7'1 x 6'4 )

Garden Store/ Workshop

3.89m x 2.72m (12'9 x 8'11 )

Baldwin Road is a tree-lined avenue on the outskirts of Kidderminster, well placed for commuters on the Birmingham side of town, where properties on this side of the road are particularly sought after by virtue of their lengthy rear gardens which directly back onto open farm fields.

Indeed the rear gardens of this traditional bay-fronted semi detached house are most attractive asset to the property, extending approximately 100' in length from the house with neatly cultivated lawns having a central pathway and well stocked borders, leading up to the walled rear boundary.

Here a raised sun terrace provides a wonderful sitting area with the perfect vantage point from which to look out over the fields and back across the lawns towards the house.

The location strikes the perfect balance between town and country, with the seclusion and countryside aspect offered by the gardens making it easy to forget that the property lies within easy reach of all town centre amenities.

The property offers well maintained family accommodation which has been improved and enhanced by the present owners over the last twenty years.

Set back behind a neat, block paved driveway with storm porch giving way to the main entrance door with adjacent glazed panels having ornate leaded lights above, the reception hall features attractive Amtico flooring, balustraded staircase to first floor with useful cupboard space below.

The front dining room features a walk-in bay window with upvc double glazed windows including leaded light transoms which are faithful copies of the original 1930s glazed panels. The room also has a three quarter height exposed brick chimney breast with tiled hearth.

Benefiting from a substantial rear extension, the lounge measures an impressive 21'3 in length, fitted with polished walnut Amtico flooring, feature fireplace with real flame coal effect gas fire and four tall glazed panels overlooking the garden and incorporating doors out to patio.

The breakfast kitchen also forms part of the rear extension, creating a spacious L-shaped room with tiled flooring and a cool and contemporary minimalist look accentuated by a pair of Ikea freestanding dressers with wooden worktops, complementary wall cupboard unit and bespoke stainless steel work surface. A stainless steel electric range cooker with matching hood will be included at the asking price.

Double dors open out to the garden patio whilst an inner door opens through to a small lobby area with door accessing the garage (13'0 x 7'0 ) and further door to guest cloakroom which continues through with a tiled floor, low level wc and pedestal hand basin.

To the first floor there are three bedrooms, the larger bay fronted room having a upvc double glazed bay window with leaded lights, tiled fireplace an in-built closet.

The second bedroom enjoys a delightful outlook over the rear garden and country views beyond, having a strip boarded wooden floor and double plus single wardrobes built-in.

The bathroom features wood effect flooring and a refitted white suite including wall-hung hand basin, low level wc and panelled bath with thermostatic rainfall mixer shower above, also with chrome heated towel rail and contemporary white wall tiling.

Outside, to the rear of the house is a large paved patio, ideal for entertaining. Beyond this is a substantial brick built workshop/ store (12'9 x 8'11 ) with double doors, window to rear and electric supply. This building also offers scope for a straightforward conversion to create a home office or similar, if desired.

Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are all connected, with a gas fired central heating system served by a Worcester Bosch combination boiler. Windows are all double glazed, with upvc frames at the front of the house and mostly wooden frames to the rear. Council tax is payable to Wyre Forest District Council, rated as Band C.

Viewing is considered essential to fully appreciate the appeal of this superb family home, which is to be sold with the benefit of no upwards chain.

Arrange viewing 01299 400555

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