Charingworth Road, Solihull, West Midlands

Offers In Excess Of - £300,000

Semi-Detached House

Sold STC

A charming 3 bedroom extended semi-detached house that requires full modernisation. Providing generous accommodation to include a bright dining room and extended main lounge, with separate kitchen and utility. Three good sized bedrooms and shower-room. Lots of potential to modernise and extend further (STPP). Large rear garden, garage, driveway and fore-garden. No upward chain.


Ginger are delighted to offer this spacious three bedroom, extended semi-detached family home in a popular location. Convenient to Jaguar Land rover, Solihull town centre and excellent major road and rail links close by, as well as local schools and amenities.

The property requires moderation throughout, yet provides a fantastic opportunity for you to make this home your own. The property has been recently occupied, and could be lived in. Please note there is no central heating.

There is a driveway to the front, giving access to the garage, with a lawn area to the side of the driveway which could be widened for more parking. Once inside, the property offers a welcoming hallway, two reception rooms, front and rear, and a kitchen with a separate utility leading into the garage and out to the garden. There is an opportunity here to open out the rear reception room into the kitchen should you like a big open-plan kitchen/diner, or go the other way and join the utility with the kitchen.

Upstairs, there are two good sized double bedrooms and the spacious third bedroom as well as a family shower room, offering a recently fitted step-in double sized shower.

Outside, the garden is a great size, being south-easterly facing, and with the neighbouring properties to the rear being quite a distance away makes this space quite private. There’s and brick store, and access along the side of the property to the driveway.

The property is sold with no upward chain.


Charingworth Road is a peaceful and popular road in a desirable location. The property benefits from a driveway, but with a large lawn to the side it’s expandable, should you need more parking. The drive gives access into the single sized garage and step into the storm porch to welcome you home. There is access along the side of the house to the garden.


Welcome inside Charingworth Road. As you walk into the light hallway you are greeted by a view through the property and into the garden to appreciate the size of the plot. The hallway has storage cupboards to the right hand and left hand side. The hall is a neutrally presented space with access to the downstairs living accommodation.

The front reception room could be used as a lounge or dining room and offers a bright space with lots of natural light flooding in through the feature bay window. There is a chimney breast with built-in cabinets to each side and a gas fire (not tested). There are many features which you may retain to keep the period character of this home such as the picture rails, doors and door furniture offering a nod back to when this property was built.

The second reception room is a large space having been extended. There is a gas fire (not tested) and large double glazed window looking out into the garden. There is also a door leading out to the patio which is fantastic when entertaining to open the house into the garden and patio.

The kitchen offers plenty of opportunity to grow. The current basic set-up allows you a free reign to re-design the space and possibly incorporate the kitchen into the second reception room to offer a modern open plan layout, or go the opposite way into the utility, and you may even extend further to the rear, subject to planning conditions and permissions. The kitchen also features a handy pantry.

There is a separate utility room off the kitchen with provisions to house your washer and dryer. There is also a counter top to help with your laundry needs, window to side and doors to the garage and out to the garden.


Welcome upstairs. The landing is kept nice and bright having a window to the side elevation. The landing gives access to the three bedrooms and the bathroom.

Bedroom number one is set to the front of the house looking into the street having the benefit of a feature bay window with double glazed windows, and giving more floor space. There’s plenty of room in here for your bedside tables and wardrobes, also including a feature picture rail and period style door.

Bedroom number two is located at the rear of the house enjoying the garden view, as well as being easterly-facing to use the sunshine as your morning alarm clock. The second bedroom is spacious, also enjoying the features of the picture rail and period style door, and still giving plenty of space for your bedroom furniture.

The third bedroom is located to the rear of the house as well, a spacious single sized room, which is adaptable, whether as a kids bedroom or as a home office should you need.

The bathroom offers a modern suite which comprises of a step-in double sized shower with an electric unit and complimented by a glass shower screen. There is a frosted opening double glazed window to the front elevation, a toilet and a pedestal wash basin with separate hot and cold taps. The bathroom also has a modern towel radiator, and the airing cupboard which is home to the hot water cylinder, and extra storage for towels and toiletries. There’s also some period style towels around the room which are a nice feature you may wish to retain.


The garage is a generous size and is suitable for conversion for further living accommodation or you may wish to play around with the shape especially if you plan to join the kitchen and utility. Or leave it alone as a garage. The garage has part-glazed wooden doors swinging out onto the driveway.


You can tell the garden was once well loved and seems pretty well-stocked with mature shrubs. There is a path to the left hand side with a lawn area and patio to the rear garden. There is also brick built former coal shed. The houses to the rear are a distance away which makes this garden feel more private.


The property is owned by a trust. Ginger are working with the solicitors acting for the trust in relation to the sale.

There is no central heating.

We are advised this property is Freehold, please seek confirmation from your legal representative.

We are advised the council tax is band C and payable to Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council.

Ginger have not checked appliances nor have we seen sight of any building regulations or planning permissions. You should take guidance from your legal representative before purchasing any property.

Room sizes and property layout are presented in good faith as a guide only. Although we have taken every step to ensure the plans are as accurate as possible, you must rely on your own measurements or those of your surveyor. Not every room is accounted for when giving the total floor space. Dimensions are generally taken at the widest points.

All information we provide is in good faith and as a general guide to the property. Subjective comments in these descriptions imply the opinion of the selling agent at the time these details were prepared. However, the opinions of a purchaser may differ. Details have been verified by the sellers.