South Staffordshire, Stourton, Greensforge Lane

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Favouring a lovely setting, TAYLORS ESTATE AGENTS, STOURBRIDGE OFFICE invites viewings, by appointment, to this EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY HOME which is complimented by Generous Landscaped Gardens. Located twixt Wollaston and Kinver, away from the thoroughfare of Bridgnorth Road itself, this WELL PRESENTED, THREE BEDROOM SEMI-DETACHED COTTAGE has an arrangement of accommodation with versatility and includes both gas central heating and double glazing, to comprise: Pleasant Sitting Room with Dining Area and Inglenook Fireplace, Farmhouse Styled Dining/Breakfast Kitchen, Initial Sub-Landing, Additional Sitting Room (to lower floor level), Further Landing, Three Good Bedrooms and Large Bathroom in white. BROAD BLOCK PAVED DRIVEWAY and, most impressively, with STUNNING REAR GARDENS. EPC D. COUNCIL TAX BAND F.


From a side approach, an open arch extends to a pebbled path and, at the rear, wide steps with a wrought iron hand rail extend to the principal entrance where a stable door with inset viewing window opens to the;


15' 1'' x 10' 8'' (4.59m x 3.25m)

With double glazed windows upon two sides favouring views to the lovely gardens and beyond, and being furnished with an excellent range of oak cupboard fronted units, with the base cupboards and drawers being surmounted by a contrasting black granite work surfaces, and with a Belfast styled “white enamel” sink having both mixer tap above and grooves within the work surface creating a drainer. To a chimney breast there is a tiled recess now beholding the Rangemaster stove with an array of burners and oven/warming drawer beneath, whilst just above there is a concealed extractor behind an oak mantle beam. At eye-level a range of wall cupboards provide for additional storage space and to a far corner there is tall storage adjoining the integrated fridge which has a separate freezer beneath. In a central position, upon an attractive tiled floor, there is suitable space for the arrangement of dining table and chairs. Also with; two central heating radiators, integrated full sized dishwasher, ceiling light point and a square paned obscure glazed door which continues to;


19' 10'' x 15' 1'' (6.04m x 4.59m) (when measured at widest points)

Effectively an “L” shaped arrangement and one which is defined in two parts, initially with the;


Having double glazed windows to the front and rear, and with an IMPRESSIVE INGLENOOK STYLE FIREPLACE incorporating oak beams, a gently raised quarry tile topped hearth, prominent cast iron log burning stove and, to the side, with a shelf and provision for a television. For occasional use when needed, there is a door with inset obscure glazing to the external lane, central heating radiator, numerous wall light points and exposed natural wood beams to the ceiling which continue through the;


With double glazed window to the front and suitable space for the arrangement of dining table, chairs and other furnishings as may be preferred, central heating radiator, wall light point and with a ceiling light point.


Stairs rise with a balustrade to a;


Which has a continuation of stairs to the first floor, as well as a door which provides an approach to the principal bedroom and additional sitting room. When continuing to the “upper level” the;


Achieves good natural illumination via a double glazed Velux skylight window at the rear, has a continuation of the balustrade to the stair opening, ceiling light point and natural wood doors which radiate off;


15' 2'' x 10' 10'' (4.62m x 3.30m)

With a UPVC double glazed window to the rear, additional timber framed double glazed window to the side and a third UPVC double glazed window which also enjoys a side view. Central heating radiator, loft access point and with a ceiling light point.


11' 4'' x 8' 0'' (3.45m x 2.44m) (12’ 0” when measured into the door recess)

With a double glazed window to the front favouring a view across Greensforge Lane towards farmland fields and further with a central heating radiator and ceiling light point.


11' 10'' x 7' 0'' (3.60m x 2.13m)

With a double glazed window enjoying a front view to farmland fields and appointed with a “Heritage” suite to include bath with tiled surround, and with half height tiling continuing with a border tile detail to form a surround to both the pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. To one corner there is a FULLY TILED SHOWER ENCLOSURE with Triton shower within and an ornate screen door. Central heating radiator, tiled floor, extractor fan and with recessed ceiling lighting.

Returning to the earlier mentioned “sub-landing” a white painted Regency styled door opens to;


14' 5'' x 12' 10'' (4.39m x 3.91m) (when measured at widest points including stairs)

Achieving good natural illumination via double glazed windows to the front and rear, and further with two central heating radiators, ceiling light point and a white painted Regency style door to a built-in wardrobe. Stairs lead down to the;


14' 3'' x 12' 7'' (4.34m x 3.83m) (when measured at widest points)

A room with a variety of potential usage, and one which could easily create a playroom, further bedroom, or, as utilised at present, as a FURTHER SITTING ROOM. There are UPVC double glazed sliding patio doors which open to an external patio and view to the gardens beyond, together with two double glazed windows to the side elevation. A feature brick built fireplace has a gently raised and projecting hearth, oak cross mantle beam and with suitable space for an electric fire or display as may be preferred. Two central heating radiators, provisions for a television, three wall light points and with a ceiling light point.


Enjoying a position within an attractive “oasis” within Greensforge Lane itself, this is indeed a cottage which shall deserve viewing so that full appreciation can be given to both the setting enjoyed, and the rather deceptive accommodation which is on offer. When arriving at the property from Bridgnorth Road, there is a WIDE BLOCK PAVED DRIVEWAY found just before the cottage which ensures parking for three cars with easy space for surrounding access. To the left of the drive there is a brick archway which extends to a pebbled path, with an “amenity area” to one side for bin storage and with a LOG STORE and on arriving at the rear an approach is offered to the brick steps which rise to the cottage’s principal entrance.


An initial terrace has space for external dining and entertaining when the weather allows, but, moreover, enjoys a delightful view upon the gardens and the established countryside beyond the property’s rear boundary. Lawned gardens are framed by borders which have an array of specimen plants and shrubs, with a pebbled path and steps leading down to a lower tier with an additional pebbled patio area. To one side there is a brick built “outhouse” providing for general purpose storage, as well as a hardstanding suitable for a greenhouse. Overall this is an aspect of the property which favours the afternoon sun and is considered, by the selling agents, as a backdrop to complement the accommodation found within.


Approached from the patio and located below the kitchen, this generous space provides for versatile storage and utilities.

01384 395555

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