South Staffordshire, Kinver, Comber Road
£825,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Enjoying a prime setting towards the National Trust’s Kinver Edge, and with the village in easy reach, this BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED AND THOUGHTFULLY ENLARGED, DOUBLE FRONTED, PERIOD DETACHED HOME affords immense versatility and will require an internal viewing so that full appreciation can be given to the sizeable layout which includes an EXCEPTIONAL CONTEMPORARY STYLE SIDE EXTENSION. Effectively planned over three floors, the principle family dwelling has gas central heating (some underfloor) and a combination of original sash windows and double glazing. The STUDIO, to the lower right side, can equally provide for independent living / home working OR simply be incorporated as part of the spacious accommodation . Undoubtedly the property’s combination of traditional features and many modern stylish twists create a HIGHLY DESIRABLE HOME in a lovely village location. EPC D. Council Tax Band G

In further detail;

When approached from the driveway at the rear, a natural wood door opens to;

REAR HALL/BOOT ROOM

10' 2'' x 8' 2'' (3.10m x 2.49m)

With a double glazed ceiling lantern providing for good natural illumination and further with windows to the rear and side. There is a parquet styled flooring, cathedral style radiator, two wall light points and doors lead off;

PRINCIPAL RECEPTION HALL

18' 0'' x 6' 0'' (5.48m x 1.83m)

(when measured at widest points)

With an original part glazed door and overhead glazing to the gardens located to the front aspect and further with stairs and a balustrade, rising to the first floor accommodation (later mentioned). Central heating radiator behind ornate cover, two ceiling light points and with doors off;

FORMAL SITTING ROOM WITH DINING ROOM AREA In two distinct parts;

DINING ROOM AREA 13’ 1” x 11’ 5”

With a sash window to the rear, fitted display shelving and cupboard storage, together with ample space for the arrangement of formal dining table, chairs and other furnishings as may be preferred. Central heating radiator behind ornate cover, coving to the ceiling, ceiling light point and with an open approach continuing to the;

SITTING ROOM AREA 14’ 9” x 13’ 5”

With an array of sash windows creating a bay which view to the lovely gardens and also with an impressive “carved oak” fireplace which has a projecting hearth and an inset coal effect living flame styled gas fire. Cathedral styled radiator, coving to the ceiling and ceiling light point.

FAMILY ROOM

14' 10'' x 13' 6'' (4.52m x 4.11m)

With an array of sash windows creating a bay which views to the gardens, and with a log burning stove recessed to a chimney breast and standing upon a raised hearth. Underfloor heating, picture rail, coving to the ceiling, ceiling light point and with a door to the;

GENEROUS DINING KITCHEN

26' 1'' x 15' 10'' (7.94m x 4.82m)

(when measured at widest points)

With a bank of double glazed bi-fold doors capturing a picturesque view and opening to an external balcony. The dining area takes full advantage of the view and is “open plan” to the kitchen which has a good range of “shaker styled” cupboard fronted units, with the base cupboards and drawers to one side including a BOSCH dishwasher, and having a butcher’s block styled work surface above. Inset double bowl white enamel sinks having waste disposal and having a mixer tap over. Upon a returning wall there are a variety of tall cupboards together with BOSCH fan assisted oven, BOSCH combination microwave with warming drawer below and, to the side, with suitable housing for an American styled fridge/freezer. A large island with granite work surface has further storage below, doubles as a breakfast bar and incorporates a five “ring” induction BOSCH hob. Overall with a tiled floor having underfloor heating, and with an array of recessed ceiling lights. Door to;

PANTRY

Which provides for excellent storage space.

CENTRAL HALL/LOBBY

With ceiling window, tall contemporary styled radiator, door to the studio (later mentioned), tiled floor, recessed ceiling lighting and with doors off;

STUDY/HOME OFFICE

10' 2'' x 7' 9'' (3.10m x 2.36m)

With two double glazed windows, cathedral styled radiator, coved ceiling, ceiling light point and with a door returning to the earlier mentioned rear hall.

UTILITY ROOM

11' 5'' x 7' 10'' (3.48m x 2.39m)

(at widest points)

With a double glazed window to the side and furnished to complement the kitchen with a variety of shaker styled cupboard fronted units and a white enamel sink. There is suitable space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine and space for a dryer. Tall cupboard storage, tiled floor, central heating radiator and with both a door to the rear drive and recessed ceiling lighting.

GUESTS CLOAKROOM

With an obscure double glazed window to the side and appointed with a white suite to include low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin with complementary splashback tiling and further with a central heating radiator, tiled floor and two recessed ceiling lights.

Stairs from the principal reception hall rise with a balustrade to;

GALLERY LANDING

With a continuation of the balustrade to adjoin the stair opening and with sash windows to both the front and rear. Picture rail, ceiling light point and with doors radiating off;

BEDROOM ONE

13' 5'' x 12' 4'' (4.09m x 3.76m)

With a large sash window, ornate fireplace, central heating radiator, picture rail and ceiling light point.

BEDROOM TWO

13' 6'' x 12' 5'' (4.11m x 3.78m)

With a large sash window, ornate fireplace, central heating radiator, picture rail and ceiling light point.

BEDROOM THREE

13' 1'' x 11' 6'' (3.98m x 3.50m)

Again a good double bedroom and one which has a sash window, ornate fireplace, picture rail, central heating radiator, and ceiling light point.

TRADITIONAL STYLE BATHROOM

13' 1'' x 7' 7'' (3.98m x 2.31m)

With a sash window to the side and appointed with a “period suite” in white to include a freestanding bath with shower fittings, tiled shower enclosure, high flush WC and with a “Shanks” hand wash basin recessed into a marble style surround with raised splashback relief. Complementary wall tiling includes a border detail and there is a cathedral styled radiator. Fitted double door linen cupboard, ceiling extractor fan and with recessed ceiling lighting.

STUDIO

May be approached independently via the side elevation with a natural wood door or alternatively via the double glazed bi-fold doors which view to the decking within the garden. In brief;

SITTING ROOM WITH KITCHEN

19' 1'' x 15' 4'' (5.81m x 4.67m)

(when measured overall)

With the initial sitting room area enjoying the garden view via the earlier mentioned bi-fold doors and being OPEN PLAN to incorporate a kitchen area with fitted pine cupboards and drawers which have work surfaces above and an inset sink with mixer tap. Two “ring” induction hob and with a combination microwave and larder fridge. Underfloor heating and with an array of recessed ceiling lights. Doors off;

STUDIO BEDROOM

14' 1'' x 11' 9'' (4.29m x 3.58m)

With a tall central heating radiator, a variety of potential usage or as currently as an occasional bedroom, and with steps rising to a door which returns to the central hall/lobby.

MODERN SHOWER ROOM

10' 9'' x 3' 1'' (3.27m x 0.94m)

With a white suite including metro styled tiled shower enclosure and with half height metro styled tiling continuing to form a surround to the his and hers wall mounted wash hand basins and further to the low level WC which has a hidden cistern. Underfloor heating, extractor fan and with recessed ceiling lighting.

OUTSIDE

The property is located approximately half way up Comber Road, and has a pebbled driveway which extends across the rear of the property, with a turning position creating an “L” and space for 4 or 5 cars. It is from this pebbled driveway that an approach is offered to the rear hall/boot room.

LOVELY GARDENS

Predominantly to the front aspect and favouring a distant view, these landscaped gardens and grounds incorporate various patio areas, an approach from the balcony from the kitchen, and also include an area of decking. Lawned gardens are shaped with borders containing an array of specimen plants and shrubs, and beckon to a far corner where there is a garden shed. The studio may also be approached from the bi-fold doors adjoining the decking, and to the far side elevation there is an amenity garden area. Undoubtedly the position enjoyed by the property is considered most favourable, and it is only upon viewing that both the property and its stunning gardens can be fully appreciated.

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