Streetsbrook Road, Shirley, Solihull
Asking Price Of - £520,000
A fantastic opportunity to acquire a very spacious 4 bedroom extended semi-detached house with possibility to extend to the rear and first floor STPP. Generous living space, great size bedrooms, large south-facing garden, kitchen/breakfast, large utility/playroom, cloakroom, generous garage and plenty of off-road parking. Superb location, exciting opportunity.
- Spacious, extended four bedroom semi-detached house
- Possibility to extend and add more bedrooms STPP
- Sitting/dining room with bay window
- Generous living room with feature fireplace and French doors
- Breakfast kitchen with garden views
- Large utility/playroom with separate WC
- Generous bedroom accommodation and family bathroom
- Large private south-facing rear garden
- Larger than single garage and off-road parking
- Superb and convenient location
PROPERTY IN BRIEF
Ginger are proud to present this four bedroom semi-detached extended property within this popular and convenient setting. Being convenient to reach Solihull town centre, Shirley and all major road and motorway networks. With Good local schools and colleges on hand.
The home offers generous accommodation throughout and must be viewed to appreciate the space, and the most delightful and private south-facing rear garden and with the possibility to extend to the first floor and rear to create even more bedrooms and living space, subject to planning.
This home works really well for the modern family, enjoying two reception rooms, with the family living room to the rear soaking up the garden view, spacious kitchen/breakfast room, and a useful utility/ playroom and separate WC.
Upstairs, the two double bedrooms are a great size, with the main bedroom enjoying the garden view, and the other two single sized bedrooms provide a good space and flexible uses. There’s also the family bathroom on the first floor.
To the front, generous parking off-road for several family cars, as well as access into the larger than usual single sized garage.
The property is set in a desirable and convenient location, set back from the road side, and offering generous driveway to the front for several family cars, as well as having a delightful lawn area as well as tall trees to add some privacy and shelter. There is a porch that welcomes you into the property. and both vehicle access and personnel entrance into the garage.
Firstly, the porch area is a great space to kick off your shoes if it’s raining and store umbrellas, having a tiled floor for ease of maintenance. There are UPVC glazed French doors with accompanying windows to the side as well as a light. The period style wood/ half moon glazed door is traditional, and offers a nod to the character of this property that you are about to view.
Once inside, you are greeted by the spacious and well lit hallway, which gives you that initial insight to the generous accommodation this home delivers. The hallway enjoys traditional features which continue through the property, such as the tall skirting boards and dado rails.
The hallway has a useful under-stairs storage for your hide-aways, access to the front sitting/dining room, the rear lounge and into the kitchen/breakfast room. The stairs rise to the bedrooms and family bathroom, as well as there being a additional double glazed frosted window to the front with fitted blinds, and a central heating radiator. The hallway is finished with wood laminate flooring.
The internal glazed French doors open into the front reception room from the hallway. The dining/sitting room is an adaptable space, whether as a cosy sitting room, a children’s playroom, or as a more formal dining setting. This room enjoys a fresh neutral decor with a feature wall covering, and boasting the most delightful bay window, which not only gives additional floor space, but ensures plenty of natural light. The windows within also have feature leaded and stained glass inserts and fitted blinds, all continuing the traditional feel of this home.
The family living room is a gorgeous space, for many reasons, firstly, the generous floorspace that it offers, which is perfect for your multiple sofas, but also the feature fireplace, which is Victorian style, having a gas coal-effect fire set within, and a most delightful surround. Furthermore, the large French patio doors open out to the private and south-facing large rear garden and patio, perfect for opening out in the warmer months and when entertaining. The living room is beautifully styled with modern and neutral decor, having a feature shade around the chimney breast, tall ceilings, feature dado rail, as well as the large skirting boards in-keeping with the age of the home. Furthermore, there is also central heating, wall lighting, plenty of power points and TV aerial around the media centre location.
As a family home, we would always look for a breakfast/kitchen area, of which this home delivers. First of all, the kitchen area set towards the rear of the property, enjoying that garden view from the large double glazed window, as well as providing a good compliment of wall and base units, contrasting work-surfaces with a number of power points around for your small appliances, and having a fitted four-ring gas hob with extractor hood sat above, and a built-in single oven and grill. There’s also provisions here for your dishwasher, close to the 1 and a 1/2 sink and mixer tap, as well as floor space for an American sized fridge/freezer.
The dining section will easily accommodate a breakfast/small dining table, which is perfect for the family as well as extra floor space for additional free-standing storage. There is a further internal door which takes you out into the utility/playroom and onwards into the garden.
The property has been extended to the rear of the garage to provide this flexible space, having a combination of a utility area with plumbing for washing machines and dryers, as well as a work-surface space, and provides plenty of storage area. This large space offers flexible uses, perhaps as a children’s playroom, work from home space or crafts room, its also a great place for the dog to sleep. The downstairs cloakroom provides a period style toilet and wash basin, beautifully styled with a Victorian-style tiling, and modern wall covering with a window to the side elevation.
The utility has a window looking into the garden, with a door opening at the side. There’s also a central heating radiator, and an airing cupboard which is home to the combi boiler whinch has recently been serviced, annually and on a plan, as well as provides additional storage, and a further door into the garage.
BEDROOMS & BATHROOM
Welcome upstairs. The sleeping accommodation is generous, and neutrally styled with large windows and plenty of natural light.
First of all, the landing stretches along the property, giving access to all four bedrooms and family bathroom, been neutrally presented with a feature dado rail and contrasting wall colours. There are two ceiling lights, access into the loft, as well as a central heating radiator and a large double glazed opaque window on the midway landing point to deliver even more natural light in to the landing and down into the hallway. If you wish to create extra bedrooms over the garage, subject to planning, then the access would be easy.
The main bedroom is located to the rear of the house, enjoying that stunning and generous south-facing garden view. This spacious bedroom is neutrally and tastefully presented, with feature wall design, lighter contrasting carpets, as well as having the benefit of fitted wardrobes. There is plenty of space here for your large bed, accompanying side tables, and additional storage, as well as the perfect wall for your television. The large double glazed window is accompanied by a central heating radiator underneath with a thermostat control.
Bedroom number two is a great size, located at the front of the house enjoying that larger double glazed window to shed plenty of natural light. Neutrally presented the bedroom is perfect for the younger member of the family to have their own space, leaving plenty floor space for a large bed, free-standing wardrobes, as well as a homework and gaming desk. We love the traditional and period features of tall skirting boards, ceiling coving, as well as there being a central heating radiator.
The third bedroom is located at the rear of the house enjoying that stunning garden view through the double glazed window. A neutrally presented bedroom, which would if needed, accommodate a double bed, but works really well as a spacious single bedroom, leaving plenty of floor space for the additional free-standing furniture. There’s also a central heating radiator and ceiling light.
Bedroom number four is an adaptable space, working well as a single bedroom, babies cot room, or should you work from home is the ideal home office, even a cosy cinema room. The bedroom is neutrally presented having carpets which continue from the landing, a double glazed window looking into the driveway, and a central heating radiator.
The family bathroom is positioned in the centre of the property, a good size with a bath having a chrome mixer tap and shower attachment, a period pedestal wash basin with individual hot and cold taps, as well as a toilet. There are twin double glazed windows to the side elevation to ensure plenty of natural light, feature dado rail, mid-height tiling and easy to maintain flooring. The bathroom also leaves additional floor space for your storage cabinets for your towels and toiletries.
One of the key features to this property is a large and private south-facing rear garden. Plenty of space here for the children to play safely, and for the dog to run freely, as well as providing a few patio areas, one outside the living room, and also outside of the utility, which is perfect for outdoor dining furniture & loungers, and of course, the obligatory barbecue. The French doors leading out from the family living room open onto the garden space, which makes this perfect for entertaining, and you will also find flowerbeds around the outside, and a large lawn area. There may be an opportunity to extend the property further out into the garden subject to the ight permissions.
The garage is bigger than a normal single, and has the benefit of barn style doors for vehicle access, as well as a separate personnel door to the side. There is plenty of storage space here, as well as lighting and power points.
We are advised this property is Freehold, please seek confirmation from your legal representative.
We are advised the council tax band E is payable to Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council. Currently paying £2283pa
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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