Kings Road, Kings Heath, Birmingham

Asking Price Of - £255,000

Terraced House

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A beautifully presented 2 bedroom terraced house full of charm, period features and delivering generous accommodation. Located in a convenient spot, close to shops, schools and short reach to Kings Heath's vibrant and cosmopolitan centre. Refitted kitchen and period-style bathroom, open-plan lounge/diner, separate cloakroom/utility, peaceful landscaped rear garden, no upward chain. Must be viewed to appreciate style and space.


This is a stunning property and must be viewed to appreciate the generous and comfortable accommodation. Set within a short distance of Kings Heath centre with shops at the top of the street, and close to local parks, schools including King Edwards Camp Hill.

Kings Heath is a vibrant suburb, growing in popularity with its restaurants, bars and the home town of Joe Lycett. A great place to live and easy reach of Birmingham City, M42 motorway, and local rail links.

The property offers a private fore-garden with porch to escape the rain, a super-spacious lounge/diner with many period features, seated bay window and log burning fire, plus a generous dining area to rear with garden views. A re-fitted kitchen and separate utility/cloakroom to rear.

Upstairs, two great sized bedrooms, stylishly presented plus the most gorgeous re-fitted Victorian style bathroom boasting a roll-top bath and separate double shower.

Outside, a tranquil and private landscaped tiered garden perfect to unwind after a busy day.

A stunning property, full of charm, period features and a real gem of a purchase. No upward chain.

Let's dig into the detail..


This home really is a tardis from the outside, and a property that you really have to view to appreciate the generous living and sleeping accommodation that this home offers. The ground floor accommodation is open planned, boasting many period features and tall ceilings which add to the sense of space.

First of all, your greeted by a welcoming porch, which is perfect for escaping the rain, having double glazed windows and a partially glazed UPVC door on the outside, with a dark grey UPVC door to bring you into the main property. The porch has some useful storage to tuck away shoes and lighting.


One inside, you will need a moment to catch your breath as you appreciate the depth of the ground floor which seems to go on forever.

First of all, the front of this space is the super-comfortable living area, boasting a recently installed log-burning fire within a feature exposed brick fireplace setting, with storage to one side, shelves for your books, and the ideal spot next to the chimney breast for your media centre and television. We love the featured bay window which is a perfect spot for a seating cushion to relax with a good book and watch the world go by. The living area will easily accommodate your sofas and chairs, and the gorgeous engineered wood flooring sets the period scene and flows through into the dining area. The living area enjoys feature ceiling coving and the stairs in the centre of the room, leading up to the bedrooms and family bathroom.

Moving towards the rear of this space is the dining area, a generous sized space, which is perfect for a family sized dining table and great for when socialising, leaving plenty of space around the room for additional furniture. The continuation of the traditional style theme with dado rail running around with contrasting wall colours, complimented by the wood flooring running through from the living room. In addition, there is a large double glazed opening window to the rear elevation looking into the landscapes rear garden, as well as offering a central heating radiator, just like the living area, and the stairs running to the bedrooms and bathroom. In addition, there is a central feature light with ceiling rose, and access into the kitchen.

The owner has recently replaced the kitchen, which they have kept within the period style and colours, continuing the theme of this traditional style home. The kitchen offers a good compliment of wall and base units with work-surface area, offering a number of fitted appliances, which include a fridge and freezer, a modern sink and drainer with flexi-hose mixer tap, conveniently placed under the sink is a slimline dishwasher, and the other side of the room provides a single oven with grill, and a combination microwave oven above. There is a Hoover electric hob with extractor hood over, all complimented by splash-back tiling, and power points, some with USB for small appliances and charging your phone. The kitchen units offer a mix of deep and shallow drawers, pull-out pantry and useful cupboards around the oven for pots and pans. The tiled flooring is a nice addition, which runs through to the utility to the rear.

There is a part glazed UPVC door to the side elevation of the kitchen to head into the garden., along with an opening double glazed window to the side around the sink.

The original bathroom on the ground floor has now been converted to a cloakroom and utility area which works really well taking the chores away from the kitchen, as well as providing a downstairs toilet and wash basin for when in the garden during the summer months or entertaining. This room also has a counter and provisions underneath for your washing machine and dryer, it is also home to the boiler, offering a radiator, WC and pedestal wash basin. There’s a frosted leaf-patterned window to the side elevation, ceiling light and extractor with some additional storage.


Welcome upstairs. The sleeping accommodation is certainly generous, and benefiting from a stunning re-fitted Victorian style bathroom.

Climbing the pine staircase to arrive at the first floor landing, which is neutral in decor enjoying feature skirting boards, period door frames and door furniture continuing the period style up to the first floor. There is central heating with thermostat control, ceiling light, power and access into the loft.

The main bedroom is located at the front of the house and delivers generous floor space, perfect for your larger bed, with plenty of floor space to move around and wall space for free-standing wardrobes and chest of drawers. The room is stylishly presented with feature wall covering and contrasting light carpets. There is a large, recently fitted, triple glazed window to the front elevation. This allows for brilliant sound and heat insulation as well as allowing plenty of natural light to fill the room. The bedroom also has a central heating radiator with thermostat control, feature skirting boards, and the ideal spot on the wall for the television, having power and aerial socket.

The second bedroom is also a great size, providing generous floor space and enjoying the view out into the garden via a large opening double glazed window. This bedroom is east-facing, which means the morning sun is your alarm clock to start your day. This bedroom is beautifully styled with plenty of floor space for large wardrobes, again with period style door furniture, skirting boards, and having a ceiling light and central heating radiator with thermostat control.

The bathroom is located on the first floor, and has been recently re-fitted to offer the most gorgeous period style 'Burlington' Victorian style suite, which comprises of a free-standing roll top bath with Victorian style mixer taps and shower attachment, a separate step-in shower with mains-fed taps, drench and hand held attachments, complimented by a glass shower screen, a beautiful Burlington pedestal wash basin with period taps and a WC. The bathroom is spacious, beautifully styled offering mid-height Victorian style tiles, with contrasting period wall colours and a Victorian style radiator with provisions for warming towels. An opaque opening double glazed window to the rear elevation, all complimented by contrasting feature floor tiles.


The rear garden is simply stunning, the current owner is certainly into her gardening and the landscaped outside space shows off her considered designs. This area is easily to maintain, with a recently installed patio which runs from the rear kitchen door into the garden, providing a useful patio space, with gate access to take out your bins. The garden steps up to a further patio which stretches all the way to the rear of the garden, which has been nicely separated into zones for outdoor dining, and further to the rear, a sitting area where you will also find a recently installed garden shed. The planting beds break this area really nicely. This is a private and pleasant space to sit, it really is just a tranquil space to feel comfortable and unwind after a busy day. There’s also an outdoor power point and a cold water tap.


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

We are advised the council tax band B is payable to Birmingham City 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.

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