Holmlea, Old Worcester Road, Waresley, Kidderminster
With no onward chain and enjoying a rural aspect to the front, this two/three bedroom cottage benefits from being renovated throughout with a new kitchen and bathroom, and also comes complete with off road parking.
The porch opens into the lounge with a feature fireplace, which leads through into the dining room.
The newly fitted kitchen comprises a matching range of wall and base units with large cooker with gas hob.
The utility room provides further storage space and leads into the bathroom comprising pedestal wash hand basin and newly fitted bath with shower above and separate WC.
To the first floor are two double bedrooms, with a third room which is accessed via the second bedroom but has the potential to be made into a private third bedroom.
The property also benefits from new carpets, a new boiler and has been decorated throughout.
Externally the property offers a private courtyard area, ideal for al fresco dining, and a front garden mainly laid to lawn.
Waresley is a residential area just north of the sought-after village, Hartlebury.
Hartlebury is home to the Grade I Listed building, Hartlebury Castle, which was built in the mid-13th Century. The White Hart is a popular pub and restaurant, and the local post office is less than a 10-minute walk away. Hartlebury Train Station is just a 12-minute walk from the property, ideal for commuters.
The property is within easy reach of both Kidderminster (approximately 5.4 miles) and Stourport-on-Severn (approximately 2.8 miles), which both provide a wide range of local amenities, retail shops and supermarkets.
To the south of the village is the larger, Cathedral City of Worcester, which is approximately 10 miles away.
Local primary schools include Hartlebury CofE and Wilden All Saints CofE school. Secondary schools include the independent school, Cambian New Elizabethan School and Stourport High School and Sixth Form College.
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