Cherry Orchard, Kidderminster


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  • Bedrooms: 4
A Superbly Spacious Four Bedroom End-Terrace Victorian House With Two Principal Reception Rooms Plus Excellent Converted Basement Room, Double Width Parking Space And Rear Workshop/ Utility.

* Stylish Breakfast Kitchen With Full Width Glazing To Rear

* Range Of Integral Appliances

* Original Feature Fireplaces

* Upvc Double Glazed

* Brand New 'Ideal' Boiler Due To Be Fitted

* Set Well Back From The Road

Dining Room

4.72m (into bay) x 3.78m (min) (15'6 (into bay) x

Living Room

3.94m x 4.09m (12'11 x 13'5 )

Basement Sitting Room

4.19m x 3.66m (13'9 x 12'0 )

Breakfast Kitchen

5.18m x 3.84m (17'0 x 12'7 )


1.12m x 0.99m (3'8 x 3'3 )

Bedroom One (first floor front)

4.78m (into bay) x 4.14m (15'8 (into bay) x 13'7

Bedroom Four (first floor rear)

3.38m x 2.21m (11'1 x 7'3 )


3.35m x 1.83m (11'0 x 6'0 )

Bedroom Two (second floor front)

4.37m x 4.14m (14'4 x 13'7 )

Bedroom Three (second floor rear)

4.14m x 2.26m (13'7 x 7'5 )

Workshop/ Utility

3.28m x 2.72m (10'9 x 8'11 )

Dating from 1896, this spacious three storey Victorian property is conveniently situated within walking distance of the town centre, offering well proportioned family living accommodation which really must be seen to be fully appreciated.

Retaining a number of original period features, the house also features upvc double glazing throughout, in which new 'A' rated double glazed windows have been fitted in October 2020 within existing frames. There is also a gas fired central heating system installed, wiith a brand new 'Ideal' condensing type central heating boiler due to be fitted prior to exchange of contracts.

Set well back from the road behind a double width private parking space, the foregardens also include a substantial shed/ store, with pathway leading via steps up to the main front entrance door.

The splendid dining room has wood effect flooring and a large bay window to the front elevation, with open fireplace set in picture tiled surround with full height display alcoves either side including shelving and cupboard space.

The living room also has an attractive cast iron open fireplace with decorative wooden surround, having open access doorway with split-level step up to the kitchen, and a further door leading to the converted basement room.

An excellent converted living space with double glazed natural light window, the basement room is presently utilised as a double bedroom with inbuild wardrobe space. Featuring tiled steps down from the living room and a carpeted floor plus plastered walls and ceiling, this room would also make an ideal home office or cinema room.

The breakfast kitchen was converted in 2018 from the original galley kitchen and utility room, measuring an impressive 17'0 x 12'7 and refitted with a contemporary light grey range of wall and base cabinets with wood effect flooring, full width glazed panels including double patio doors to rear plus a range of integral appliances to include electric double oven, five ring gas hob, canopy hood and dishwasher, with ample space for a breakfast table & chairs.

To the first floor there is a large double bedroom with full height bay window and range of fitted wardrobes, as well as the fourth bedroom which is presently fitted out as a home office including work surfaces, cupboards and drawers.

The bathroom includes floor tiling, antique style radiator, extra large hand basin with storage space beneath plus panelled bath in tiled surround with rainfall mixer shower above.

To the second floor there are two further good bedrooms, the second bedroom measuring 14'4 x 13'7 and the third bedroom 13'7 x 7'5 including inbuilt wardrobe and shelving.

Outside, to the rear of the kitchen is an enclosed back yard with a substantial workshop/ utility (10'9 x 8'11 ) of breeze block construction, accessed with double doors and providing a valuable additional work space as well as accommodating the usual laundty appliances.

Beyond the back yard, a flight of steps leads up via a paved pathway to the lawned rear garden. To the side of the house there is a shared footpath path used by three neighbouring property, and a side gate provides a right of access for the adjoining neighbour only to cross the back yard.

Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are all connected, with council tax payable to Wyre Forest District Council, currently rated as Band B which is subject to review following the sale of the property, due to improvements carried out.

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