Walton Pool Lane, Clent, Stourbridge, DY9 (ref: 28852849)Shortlist
- The property has electrically operated gates to driveway, gravelled driveway and courtyard area, planted gardens, canopy vestibule with wonderful 18th Century door. The windows in the main house are the original windows that have been adapted to receive double glazed units but the character of the home has been maintained with stained glass windows and in some rooms the original pine internal shutters are maintained. The first impressions on entering this house will take your breath away. The attention to deal on this refurbishment is probably amongst the best I have ever seen from the French style ceramic tiled flooring with oak inserts to the detailed cornice and oak beams that have been inserted into the kitchen area. The range of oak wall and base units, quartz tiling and granite work surfaces, Range style cooker and utility area and downstairs w.c. have been created off the kitchen family living area, feature log burning stove opens to formal lounge with beautiful original windows to front and side and pine internal shutters. A spiral staircase leads from the lounge to first floor landing where two double bedrooms can be found, open fitted wardrobes and master bedroom with en-suite bathroom has been refurbished to the highest of standards. A further spiral staircase leads to the surprising loft room with its own landing, dressing area and occasional room. This property would suit professional couple.
- Located in Walton Pool Lane in the village centre of Clent, Worcestershire. The property dates back to 1868 and was built by the Durrent family of Clent. The property is steeped in history and was once the former home of the former school which is adjacent to the property. The property was owned by Clent Church up until 2015 until purchased by the current owner who has refurbished the property lovingly for the purpose of their own use. Clent is a wonderful base for those wanting to use the obvious benefits of rural living yet staying within easy reach of urban civilisation and is within easy reach of the vibrant Belbroughton village and further amenities are available at Hagley which also boasts excellent primary and secondary schools along with Clent Primary School. Convenience of junction 4 of the M5 and Hagley train station give commuters the benefit of Worcester, Birmingham, London and beyond.
Approach - Via gated driveway with small courtyard area to the rear. Welcoming vestibule with ornate stained glass front door from the 18th century reclaimed door that the owner has found has been lovingly restored to maintained the character and the art of this beautiful home.
Vestibule - Has central heating radiator, vaulted ceiling with oak timbers, further stained glass window to side and archway entrance into:
Family Room/Kitchen - 3.3 min 4.6 max x 5.9 max 2.7 min (10'9" min 15'1" - Original windows with double glazed inserts to side with stained glass lights, farmhouse style ceramic tiled flooring with oak inserts, Canadian oak beamed ceiling, feature brick built fireplace with cosy fire duck egg blue log burning stove, feature fireplace is brick surround with granite mantle, granite hearth and oak mantle, solid oak hand painted kitchen units in matching duck egg blue, quartz splashback tiling, varnished solid oak work surfaces with pop up power sockets, inset ceiling light points, corner display cabinet, Esse gas range style cooker, matching duck egg blue boiler cupboard with remote control boiler, sink with plate wash, double glazed obscured window to rear, breakfast bar area, ornate cornice to ceiling, archway gives access to utility room.
Utility - Facro roof light window and double glazed window to side, one and half bowl sink with drainer and mixer tap, central heating radiator, space for appliances, plumbing for automatic washing machine, matching wall and base units of that of the kitchen, quartz splashback tiling, matching ceramic tiled flooring, oak insets, space for appliances, inset ceiling light points, door leading to:
Guest WC - Having double glazed obscured window to side, w.c., slim line sink, complementary tiling to walls, doors radiating to:
Lounge - 4.4 max 3.2 min x 3.3 min 5.1 max (14'5" max 10'5" - Original windows to front elevation with double glazed inserts and further double glazed window to side, central heating radiator, inset ceiling light points, beautiful original pine shutters, feature 18th century cast iron fireplace with granite hearth, cornice to ceiling, spiral staircase gives access to:
First Floor Landing - With doors radiating to:
Bedroom One - 2.9 min 3.6 max x 3.3 (9'6" min 11'9" max x 10'9") - Original windows to front elevation with double glazed inserts, feature fireplace with surround, central heating radiator, inset ceiling light points, two doors with one giving access to wardrobe and the second to en-suite.
En-Suite - With w.c., wash hand basin, tiling to walls and wooden flooring.
Second Landing - Having door to airing cupboard, bedroom two and family bathroom with stairs to second floor landing and guest accommodation.
Family Bathroom - Original window with double glazed insert to side, w.c., vanity sink with glass top, ornate feature heated towel rail, free standing claw foot bath, ornate mosaic tiling, inset ceiling light point.
Bedroom Two - 3.10m x 3.28m max 3.10m min (10'2" x 10'9" max 10' - Original window with double glazed window to side, part stained glass window lights, feature fireplace inset ceiling light points, door to wardrobe, central heating radiator.
Loft Landing - Having sky light window to rear, doors leading to walk in wardrobe.
Loft Room - 2.5 x 1.6 (8'2" x 5'2") - AGENTS NOTE: Please note that the measurements are skirting board to skirting board and due to the roof height that clients must be aware that they are maximum measurements.
Having roof light to rear, inset ceiling light point, hanging space.
Occasional Room/Guest Room - AGENTS NOTE: Please note that the measurements are skirting board to skirting board and due to the roof height that clients must be aware that they are maximum measurements.
Double glazed window to roof, inset ceiling light point.
Rear Garden - Approached from driveway a feature arched doorway with ornate reclaimed brickwork gives a secluded low maintenance rear garden with raised borders, astro turf lawn and outside tap.
Summer House - 2.9 x 4.7 (9'6" x 15'5") - The summer house has been built to a high standard with concrete floor, insulated cavity wall brickwork, insulated panel boarding above with a slate roof and can be used as a occasional room, wall mounted heater and power supply.
Stamp Duty Due
Based on a sale price of £475,000 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:
* This value is based on the standard rate and not applicable to first-time buyers or buy-to-let / second home buyers.