3 bedroom

1 bathroom

Senneleys Park Road, Northfield, Birmingham, B31 (ref: 28941019)

“DELIGHTFUL DETACHED MUST BE SEEN...” Set within this well established and popular residential address, this well presented traditional style three bedroom detached family home offers driveway frontage leading to a substantial side garage, welcoming reception hallway with adjoining through lounge and diner complete with extension to rear, fitted kitchen with potential to extend to rear or to side, three bedrooms and generous house bathroom. Add a wonderful garden to the rear, gas central heating and double glazing and this fine family home ticks all the boxes. Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the accommodation on offer, please call the office at the earliest opportunity. PS 25/3/19 V3 EPC=E

Location - Northfield is a residential area on the southern outskirts of metropolitan Birmingham, England, and near the boundary with Worcestershire. It is also a council constituency, managed by its own district committee. The constituency includes the wards of Kings Norton, Longbridge, Weoley Castle and the smaller ward of Northfield that includes West Heath and Turves Green.
Mentioned in the Domesday Book and formerly a small village, then included in north Worcestershire, Northfield only became part of Birmingham in 1919 after it had been rapidly expanded and developed in the period prior to World War I. The northern reaches of Northfield fall within the Bournville model village and the southern housing estates were originally built by Austin Motors for their workforce. A centre of the Midlands nail making industry during the 19th century and home to both the Kalamazoo paper factory and the Austin motor company Longbridge factory in the 20th century, today Northfield is predominantly a residential and dormitory suburb for metropolitan Birmingham. Northfield stands on either side of the main A38, heading south from the centre of Birmingham to Bromsgrove and onwards all the way to Cornwall.
As recently as 1900 Northfield was still a village within the rural north Worcestershire countryside. The residential Austin Village was built during World War I to house factory workers. Northfield was absorbed into Birmingham in 1919 and within 20 years, a succession of private and council housing developments had completely swallowed Northfield up into the City of Birmingham. The extensive house building continued before and after World War II through extensions to the Bournville Model Village and several estates of temporary Prefab housing in West Heath, although new house provision has slowed down to a much less dramatic rate since the 1970s. The ward is served by both Northfield railway station and Longbridge railway station on the Cross-City Line. Several bus routes pass through the ward, including routes 18, 27, 29, 48, 49, 63, 98 and X61 operated by National Express West Midlands, routes 19, 39 and 39A are operated by Igo, route 38 operated by Diamond Bus and route 144 operated by First. Northfield is centred on the main A38 road, which runs southwards from Birmingham and leads to Bromsgrove, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Exeter and eventually Bodmin in Cornwall. The section of this road through Northfield was traditionally very congested around the old village centre, but in 2006 a relief road was built, which has significantly improved the situation. The relief road involved widening a part of an existing road Bell Lane, a new by pass was also built and named, "Sir Herbert Austin Way" in recognition of Herbert Austin, 1st Baron Austin who started producing cars at the Longbridge plant and built Austin Village in the Northfield part of Turves Green. Northfield Carnival traditionally takes place every year on the first Saturday of July, run entirely by volunteers ,in Victoria Common, a park located behind Northfield Shopping Centre.

Approach - Via block paved driveway to front leading to garage and to step up to main entrance door opening into reception hallway.

Reception hallway - Obscured double glazed main entrance door and window to front, central heating radiator, cloaks cupboard with further obscured double glazed window to front, stairs to first floor accommodation, wood effect laminate flooring, archway to rear to kitchen and door to side to through lounge diner.

Lounge area - 3.6 x 3.4 excluding bay (11'9" x 11'1" excluding b - Double glazed bay window to front, central heating radiator, feature decorative fire surround and hearth with inset living flame gas fire, open to rear to dining area.

Extended dining area - 3.5 x 4.5 max (11'5" x 14'9" max) - Double doors and windows to rear, central heating radiator.

Extended kitchen - 2.4 x 3.6 (7'10" x 11'9") - Having double glazed window to rear,, central heating radiator, range of cream coloured wall mounted and base units with roll edge work surface over incorporating a one and a half bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap over, space and fittings for gas cooker with tiled splashback and extractor over, further tiling to splashback areas and tiled flooring with archway off to under stairs store area and door to side to garage.

First floor landing - Double glazed window to side, access to loft space via hatch, doors leading to bedrooms and bathroom.

Bedroom one - 3.5 x 3.6 excluding bay (11'5" x 11'9" excluding b - Double glazed window to front, central heating radiator.

Bedroom two - 3.5 x 3.5 (11'5" x 11'5") - Double glazed window to rear, central heating radiator.

Bedroom three - 2,4 x 2.3 (6'6",13'1" x 7'6") - Double glazed window to front, central heating radiator.

House bathroom - 2.4 x 2.4 (7'10" x 7'10") - Obscured double glazed window to rear and to side, central heating radiator, shower enclosure with electric shower over, bath suite comprising of panelled corner spa bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low level w.c., floor to ceiling tiling and tiled effect flooring.

Side garage - 2.3 x 10.4 (7'6" x 34'1") - Having remote control up and over door to front, space and plumbing for washing machine, wall mounted Worcester combination boiler, workshop area to rear with double glazed window and door overlooking garden.

Rear garden - Having paved patio area, gravelled area complete with water feature, pathway to rear leading to aluminium framed glazed greenhouse and two timber built garden sheds, well maintained lawned area with beds and borders housing a variety of plants and shrubs, mature apple tree and a mixture of privet hedging and fencing to enclose.

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 £250,000 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:

£2,500 *

* 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: Link-Detached-House
  • Status: Available
  • Reference: 28941019


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