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Ascot Road, Moseley - LOVELY FAMILY HOME WITH NO UPWARD CHAIN IN PRIME LOCATION!

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Offers in Excess of £575,000


Property Features

  • NO UPWARD CHAIN
  • Prime Moseley Location
  • Five Bedrooms
  • Spacious Kitchen Diner
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Utility Room
  • Downstairs WC
  • Bathroom
  • En-Suite to Fifth Bedroom
  • Off-Road Parking
  • Central Heating
  • Double Glazing (where stated)

Full Details

A beautifully maintained and updated family home set in a highly sought-after location near the heart of Moseley Village and boasting an impressive kitchen diner, two further reception rooms, five bedrooms and a secluded rear garden. Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, this property is accessed via block paved driveway with off-road parking for multiple cars and a mature garden complete with flowering shrubs. The front retains original features such as garage doors, a feature window and a tiled porch. The property is entered through a wooden front door with stained-glass insert and feature window and gives access to an entrance hallway containing a cloakroom, stairs to the first floor and under-stairs storage. The characterful front reception room has wooden flooring, a large bay window, original wood plate rail and detailing, and fireplace with brick and tile hearth. The rear reception room has a modern gas fire and a large bay window with double french doors opening onto the garden and patio. The heart of the home is the extended open-plan kitchen diner with recessed stove fireplace, spacious walk-in pantry, twin skylights and french doors opening onto the patio. The kitchen is fitted with a wide range of base and wall units fronted by solid oak shaker doors and includes a quartz worktop, integrated oven, ceramic hob, stainless steel sink and space for a fridge-freezer. A large utility area contains more base and wall units, a butchers block worktop and Belfast ceramic sink as well as a contemporary downstairs toilet, access to the front driveway via a side entrance and space for multiple appliances. The first floor landing provides access to four bedrooms, a bathroom and stairs to a fifth bedroom on the second floor. The spacious family bathroom contains a whirlpool bath, separate corner shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin, low level WC and floor to ceiling fitted cabinets and drawers. The master bedroom has a large bay window, fitted wardrobes and separate storage space. A second double bedroom also includes a large bay window. There are a further two generously proportioned single bedrooms with one containing fitted wardrobe space. A large and airy fifth bedroom on the second floor features a dormer window overlooking the back garden, skylight, spacious under-eaves storage and a bright ensuite with shower cubicle, WC and vanity sink. The secluded rear garden includes a paved patio, lawn, two brick outhouses and a range of mature plants and shrubs. The house includes gas central heating and double glazing. Energy Efficiency Rating D. The Property is Freehold and is offered with No Upward Chain. Moseley Village is a highly sought-after location and was voted best place to live in the UK by The Sunday Times in 2015 due to its vibrant café and bar scene, independent shops, bohemian feel and excellent local schools and parks all whilst being only three miles from central Birmingham.

A beautifully maintained and updated family home set in a highly sought-after location near the heart of Moseley Village and boasting an impressive kitchen diner, two further reception rooms, five bedrooms and a secluded rear garden.

Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, this property is accessed via block paved driveway with off-road parking for multiple cars and a mature garden complete with flowering shrubs. The front retains original features such as garage doors, a feature window and a tiled porch.

The property is entered through a wooden front door with stained-glass insert and feature window and gives access to an entrance hallway containing a cloakroom, stairs to the first floor and under-stairs storage. The characterful front reception room has wooden flooring, a large bay window, original wood plate rail and detailing, and fireplace with brick and tile hearth. The rear reception room has a modern gas fire and a large bay window with double french doors opening onto the garden and patio.

The heart of the home is the extended open-plan kitchen diner with recessed stove fireplace, spacious walk-in pantry, twin skylights and french doors opening onto the patio. The kitchen is fitted with a wide range of base and wall units fronted by solid oak shaker doors and includes a quartz worktop, integrated oven, ceramic hob, stainless steel sink and space for a fridge-freezer. A large utility area contains more base and wall units, a butchers block worktop and Belfast ceramic sink as well as a contemporary downstairs toilet, access to the front driveway via a side entrance and space for multiple appliances.

The first floor landing provides access to four bedrooms, a bathroom and stairs to a fifth bedroom on the second floor. The spacious family bathroom contains a whirlpool bath, separate corner shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin, low level WC and floor to ceiling fitted cabinets and drawers. The master bedroom has a large bay window, fitted wardrobes and separate storage space. A second double bedroom also includes a large bay window. There are a further two generously proportioned single bedrooms with one containing fitted wardrobe space.

A large and airy fifth bedroom on the second floor features a dormer window overlooking the back garden, skylight, spacious under-eaves storage and a bright ensuite with shower cubicle, WC and vanity sink.

The secluded rear garden includes a paved patio, lawn, two brick outhouses and a range of mature plants and shrubs.

The house includes gas central heating and double glazing. Energy Efficiency Rating D. The Property is Freehold and is offered with No Upward Chain.

Moseley Village is a highly sought-after location and was voted best place to live in the UK by The Sunday Times in 2015 due to its vibrant café and bar scene, independent shops, bohemian feel and excellent local schools and parks all whilst being only three miles from central Birmingham.

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