SSTC
£210,000

2 bedroom

1 bathroom

Zions Close, Cradley Heath, B64 (ref: 28740686)

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SPACIOUS LOW LEVEL LIVING. This spacious semi detached bungalow is ideally located within this convenient cul de sac position close to a range of local amenities. The property briefly comprises of entrance hall, generous rear facing lounge, kitchen, two good sized bedrooms and bathroom. In addition there is gas central heating and double glazing and also having easily maintained gardens to the front and rear, driveway parking for several cars leading to a detached garage. Please call the office at your earliest opportunity to arrange of viewingLA 30/4/19 V1 EPC=C

Location - Cradley Heath lies to the North of Halesowen and falls within the boundaries of Sandwell Borough Council. As the name suggests it was originally Heathland between Cradley, Netherton and Old Hill. During the early 19th century a number of cottages were built encroaching onto the heath along the banks of the River Stour, mainly occupied by home industries such as nail making. During the industrial revolution Cradley Heath developed and became famous not only for nails but was once known as the world centre of chain making. It was the birthplace for the Black Country Bugle and is thought to be the historic home of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier. In fact you would be hard pushed to find anywhere more Black Country than Cradley Heath.
Cradley Heath is great place for first time buyers on a limited budget. Predominated by Victorian terraced housing it offers some fantastic opportunity for starter homes. It also retains some of the finest examples of grander Victorian Homes in street such as Sydney Road, which has been used by the BBC for filming Peaky Blinders.
Cradley Heath retains a very traditional High Street with not one but two market halls with a large Tesco in the centre. It has its own Train Station which provides links to Birmingham and to Worcester, alongside a bus interchange just outside to station. It is only a few minutes’ drive (or even a reasonable walk) from the large Merry Hill shopping centre. Close by is Haden Hill Park, a historical Victorian landscape with a Victorian Mansion and Tudor Hall. The landscape offers stunning views of the surrounding area. The park is a popular venue for historical local events and environmental activities. It has children’s play areas, bowling greens, ornamental lakes and formal garden areas. It is also said that the hall is haunted.
Ormiston Forge Academy (formerly Heathfield High School) became an Academy in 2012 and was rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted in 2016.

Approach - Via block paved driveway to side providing off road parking for a number of cars leading to garage and main entrance door, to the front is a slate chipped bed housing a variety of plants and shrubs.

Reception hall - Main entrance door to side with obscured double glazed inserts, central heating radiator, built in store cupboard and doors radiating to bathroom, bedrooms, lounge and airing cupboard.

Bathroom - 2.2 x 1.7 (7'2" x 5'6") - Obscured double glazed window to side, central heating radiator, low level w.c., wash hand basin, part tiling to walls, electric shower.

Bedroom one - 3.2 x 3.3 (10'5" x 10'9") - Double glazed window to front, central heating radiator, range of built in fitted wardrobes.

Bedroom two - 2.5 x 2.3 (8'2" x 7'6") - Central heating radiator, double glazed window to front, range of built in fitted wardrobes.

Lounge - 3.4 x 5.9 (11'1" x 19'4") - Double glazed windows to rear and French doors, central heating radiator, feature decorative fire surround and inset gas fire, archway to side giving access to kitchen.

Kitchen - 2.2 x 3.0 (7'2" x 9'10") - Double glazed window to rear, range of wall mounted and base units with work surface over incorporating a stainless steel sink, drainer and mixer tap over, space and plumbing for washing machine, electric oven and hob, space for fridge freezer, extractor hood, tiling to splashbacks.

Conservatory - 3.4 x 2.2 (11'1" x 7'2") - Double glazed French doors and windows to surround, electric heater.

Rear garden - Block paved patio area and pathway, slate chipped bedding to side, borders housing a variety of plants and shrubs with fencing to enclose and storage shed.

Detached garage - Being of brick built construction with metal roller door.

Tenure - References to the tenure of a property are based on information supplied by the seller. We are advised that the property is freehold. A buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor.

Money Laundering Regulations - In order to comply with Money Laundering Regulations, from June 2017, all prospective purchasers are required to provide the following - 1. Satisfactory photographic identification. 2. Proof of address/residency. 3. Verification of the source of purchase funds. In the absence of being able to provide appropriate physical copies of the above, Lex Allan reserves the right to obtain electronic verification.

Stamp Duty Due

Based on a sale price of £210,000 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:

£1,700 *

* This value is based on the standard rate and not applicable to first-time buyers or buy-to-let / second home buyers.

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Further Details

  • Type: Semi-Detached-Bungalow
  • Status: SSTC
  • Reference: 28740686

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