For Sale

6 Bedroom Town House

Broad Road, Birmingham, B27 7UX


£585,000

  • Driveway- Off Road Parking
  • Victorian Property
  • Set out over four floors
  • Six double bedrooms
  • Period Features
  • Great location

5/6 bedroom house for sale

BLACK AND GOLDS ESTATE AGENTS are delighted to present this substantial period property with a host of original Victorian features. Benefiting from a self-contained apartment, a period side extension, up to six double bedrooms and location in the heart of Acocks Green, opposite park land. Ideal as a spacious family home. VIEWING IS ESSENTIAL

THE PROPERTY boasts 3273.6 square foot and was built in 1856 with the ‘finest local materials’ including custom brick. It has a quirky, lower-level side extension (historically used as a temporary school facility), that has potential to be separated off as a house in its own right.

KEY FEATURES: The many original features include panelling, shuttered windows with original hand rolled glass, front and internal doors, flooring, fireplaces, corbels and skirting. The front aspect overlooks a small, tree lined park located on the other side of the road. At the rear, a large, mature garden offers tranquility and privacy.

LOCATION: Conveniently, Broad Road is in close proximity to Acocks Green Village, which boasts a host of shopping facilities, eateries and leisure activities.

TRANSPORT LINKS The local bus and rail links are superb. Spring Road and Acocks Green train stations are both within walking distance, providing easy access into Birmingham City Centre, Solihull Town Centre, Stratford-upon-Avon and Leamington Spa. Birmingham Airport, the NEC and pending HS2 stations are also easily accessible.

ROOM MEASUREMENTS - All room dimensions can be found on the floor plan.

GROUND FLOOR ACCOMMODATION consists of:
Vestibule,
Reception hall,
Two reception rooms,
Cloakroom,
Cellar access,
Dining/ Breakfast room,
Kitchen,
Study/ Bedroom 6,
Shower room,
Utility room with toilet cubicle,
Side passageway

FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION consists of:
Three double bedrooms,
Dressing room with storage area,
Family bathroom,
Separate WC,


SECOND FLOOR ACCOMMODATION consists of:
Double bedroom/ lounge/ workspace,
Attic storage

SELF-CONTAINED APARTMENT consists of:
Kitchen/ diner/ lounge,
Double bedroom,
En-suite shower room

CELLAR

GROUND FLOOR

VESTIBULE & RECEPTION HALL: Renovated front door, flagstone floor, archway, corbels, deep skirting and panelling. The hall provides access to the two reception rooms, cellar, cloakroom and breakfast room, with a glazed door to rear garden.

RECEPTION ROOM 1: Feature room with hand colour-washed walls, panelled bay window, operational shutters, deep skirtings, picture rail, cornicing, ceiling rose, vintage style radiator and louvred leaf partitioning through to the second reception. The recently installed log burner conforms to new safety standards.

RECEPTION ROOM 2: Has a stunning aspect to the rear garden, with wooden flooring, deep skirtings, picture railing, cornicing, ceiling rose, cast-iron tiled fireplace (decorative only), radiator and doorway to study/ bedroom 6.

CLOAKROOM: With shelving, hanging hooks and main electrical board.

BREAKFAST/ DINING ROOM: Large window aspect to garden, antique princess radiator and cast-iron fireplace.

KITCHEN: Boasts an original Victorian blue brick floor, brick bread oven profile and quartz tiling. Also houses an integrated fridge freezer, cooker, extractor hood and Belfast sink. Dual aspect of the garden.

STUDY/ BEDROOM 6: Accessed by steps down from reception 2, featuring a cast-iron fireplace with rare pink marble surround and arched window with operational shutters. Large enough to comfortably house a double bed, this room also has an en-suite shower room. A rear door leads to the utility, garden and side passageway.

EN-SUITE/ GROUND FLOOR WC: White tiled with shower cubicle, toilet and sink.

UTILITY ROOM AND SIDE PASSAGE: This is the main access point to the garden and apartment, with plumbing and electrics for a washing machine and tumble drier plus additional storage space. Smart electric meters (for the house and apartment) are sited here along with the apartment’s main electrical board. The cubicle houses a toilet (not currently used).

CELLAR: Large cellar with separate arched section ideal for wine storage as it maintains a constant ambient temperature. Smart gas meters for the house and apartment are located here.

FIRST FLOOR: Elegant staircase with balustrade takes you up to the first-floor landing and WC.

MASTER BEDROOM: Featuring luxury, custom built, shaker style wardrobes fitted around the cast-iron fireplace, original coving, skirting and sash window with recently fitted plantation shutters framing the parkland view. The room also has picture railing, a ceiling rose and large radiator. A wooden bi-fold door leads to the dressing room, with sash window, plantation shutters and door entry to a storage area at the rear. This space is ideally suited for en-suite conversion.

BEDROOM 2: Coving, deep skirting, ceiling rose, cast-iron fireplace and antique Princess radiator decorate this room. The beautiful views span the length of the garden.

BEDROOM 3: A quirkily shaped room featuring a cast-iron fireplace. This room leads to the family bathroom.

FAMILY BATHROOM: Wooden panelling adorns the walls and light floods in through the large, privacy-glazed windows. The bathroom is generously proportioned with sink, bath and shower cubicle.

SECOND FLOOR: Curious narrow stairs lead up from the first floor to a room that was historically the servant’s quarters. (In fact, the old bell system is still sited underneath the floorboards!)

BEDROOM 4: This sizeable room has six skylight windows, creating a wonderful, brightly lit space with angular apex detail. Recently purposed as a multifunctional bedroom, lounge and office space with generous installation of floor mounted sockets. Storage cupboards with shelving and hanging rails have further space behind. A door leads to additional boarded space with movement activated light.

THE STUDIO APARTMENT
Situated on the upper level of the side extension and accessed via brick steps at the back of the house. The security of its location, proximity to the house and privacy ensured by separate passageway entrance, characterise the apartment as an ideal airbnb or rental opportunity. It has been consistently tenanted, is registered separately for council tax and services and has been positioned at the higher end of the local rental market. Ask agent for more details.

LOUNGE/ KITCHEN/ DINER: A multi-purpose space accessed up a short flight of stairs, flanked by a custom-made shelving unit and switches for exterior light and interior dimmable spotlights. This room has a range cooker with accessories and extractor hood, boiler with remote control thermostat, fitted kitchen units, integrated fridge freezer and granite sink, complimented by black brick tiling. The window has a beautiful garden aspect. There is a feature Art Deco design cast-iron fireplace (decorative only) with electrical point over for a wall mounted TV.

BEDROOM:
This double bedroom has a custom-built wardrobe with drawers. The original sash window overlooks the park opposite.

EN-SUITE:
With large rainfall shower, sink unit, toilet, contemporary white tiling and extractor fan.
Apartment EPC rating: E.

GARDEN FOR APARTMENT:
In front of the apartment’s brick step access, a section of garden is currently allocated for tenant use. It features Victorian brick wall, arched ingress under the steps, a pea shingled area, mature shrubs and bamboo screening.

REAR GARDEN

The mature, expansive garden is barely overlooked and cuts a majestic sweep. Victorian red brick walls, a blue brick pathway, old brick store, remains of a spring water pump site and paved patio area give character along with well-established beds, borders, shrubs and trees. Fruits for late summer harvesting include green gauge plums, pears and apples (from a 100-year-old tree). The large lawned area ensures you will have all the space you could possibly want for your sport and leisure activities, family games, social functions or simply to relax in. The garden is a haven for wildlife with many different bird species visiting and nesting, plus bats, foxes and owls.

Tenure: We are advised that the property is Freehold. It’s recommended that interested parties verify this information. The Consumer Protection Regulations 2008: Black & Golds Estate Agents have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services, so cannot verify that they are connected, in working order or fit for the purpose. Black & Golds Estate Agents have not checked legal documents to verify the Freehold/Leasehold status of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their own solicitor or surveyor.

The Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008: Black and Golds Estate Agents have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services, so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for purpose. A buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor. References to the tenure of the property are based on information received from the seller, the Agent has not been given access to the title documents. A buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor. Sales Particulars form no part of any sale contract. Any items shown in photographs are not included unless particularly specified as such in the sales particulars; interested buyers are advised to obtain verification of all legal and factual matters and information from their solicitor, licenced conveyancer or surveyor.
PLANNING PERMISSION AND BUILDING REGULATIONS: It is the responsibility of Purchasers to verify if any planning permission and building regulations were obtained and adhered to for any works carried out to the

 

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