Wolverley is a delightful historic village, situated on the outskirts of the large town and civil parish of Kidderminster located in the Wyre Forest District. Kidderminster is the home of the Kidderminster Harriers FC, Kidderminster Carolians Rugby Club and the Kidderminster Victoria Cricket Club, perfect for the sports lovers.
Surrounding the Wolverley area you have lovely conservation areas, including the Bodenham Arboretum, Severn Valley Railway, the famous West Midland Safari Park and the beautiful Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canals.
The property offers great commuter links with Birmingham (20 miles) Worcester (13 miles) and by rail a frequent direct service to from Kidderminster Station to London Marylebone.
There is a high level of schooling close by, including King Charles I School, Wolverley C E Secondary School and Baxter College in the State sector, with Heathfield Knoll School in the private sector, within walking distance.
There is also further education at Kidderminster College.
Kitchen, Family Bathroom, Sitting/Dining Room, Master Bedroom, upper floor Bedroom/Office.
The front door leads into an Entrance Hallway with strip wooden style flooring.
To the left of the Hallway is the main Master Bedroom, a Double Bedroom with original window with views onto the frontage.
The house Bathroom is also situated just off the Hallway, with window allowing for plenty of natural light.
Also leading off the Hallway, is the Sitting Room with feature fireplace, currently closed off, but could be opened up. Plenty of natural light with window and view to the front of the property.
Through an archway with a stone step, the Kitchen lies to the end of the cottage.
The Kitchen has a characterful country feel with exposed beams, floorboards, and Butler's sink set in front of the window. Eye and base level units, with work surface incorporating gas hob, and integrated oven appliance. A door leads outside to the front of the property.
A cast iron spiral staircase leads up to a further Bedroom/ Office. With pitched ceiling, exposed timbers, and natural light with two Velux windows.
A delightful enclosed part walled patio garden is situated at the front of the property, with a beautiful blossom tree providing shade from the summer sun, and with a good degree of privacy.
A single allocated parking space.
Mains Gas, Mains Electric, Mains Water and Drainage.
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