Summary: A delightful 1930's extended home with plenty of kerb appeal boasting spacious and bright accommodation and south facing garden, set in an elevated position upon a highly desirable road within Cofton Hackett.
Description: The accommodation comprises: Entrance hall with beautiful stained glass windows and under stairs storage cupboard, dual aspect living room with living flame gas fire, delightful kitchen/diner with integrated dishwasher, neff oven, Baumatic hob and French doors onto the garden, adjacent utility room and guest cloakroom.
The first floor features: Landing with alcove for shelving, two double bedrooms (one with integrated wardrobes), third double bedroom (currently utilised as on office) with fitted desk and integrated wardrobes. The generously proportioned bathroom is complete with bath and separate walk in shower.
Outside: Externally, the property boasts a superb south facing garden with patio dining area and steps ascending to a tiered lawn with a range of mature trees, shrubs, hedging and garden shed. The frontage offers an imprinted concrete driveway suitable for multiple vehicles as well as providing access into the garage (with electric door). A handy brick built store room is attached to the rear of the garage with power and lighting.
Location: Cofton Hackett is an ancient settlement mentioned in historical documents dating back to 780 ad and in the present day provides a wide range of local amenities including an 18 hole golf course, two churches, sought after primary school, village hall, popular public house 'The Oak Tree' and Sunday lunch at 'The Old Rose and Crown' hotel.
22 Reservoir Road itself is perfectly located for many fine walks within both the renowned 524 Acre Lickey Woods (located opposite Reservoir Road) and 135 Acre Cofton Park once visited by Pope Benedict XVI.
The bordering village, Barnt Green, is located approximately 1.6 miles away and offers everyday shopping facilities, doctor's surgery, dentist, St Andrews primary school, the ever-popular Grade II listed 'Barnt Green Inn' and railway station (direct to Birmingham New Street). There are also many sporting facilities including a cricket club, Blackwell Golf Club, sailing and many other clubs and societies. No more than 2 miles away is the recently regenerated Longbridge site (former mg Rover car plant), home to the largest Marks and Spencers in the Midlands. Access to the M42 is just 3.3 miles away and the M5 around the same distance.
Hall 7' 10" (max) x 9' 7" (max) (2.41m x 2.93m)
Living Room: 22' 10" (into bay) x 11' 10" (6.98m x 3.62m)
Kitchen/Diner: 18' 8" (into bay) x 9' 7" (5.71m x 2.93m)
Utility Room: 10' 11" x 3' 1" (3.35m x 0.94m)
WC 3' 11" x 3' 1" (1.20m x 0.94m)
Garage: 15' 0" x 7' 10" (4.59m x 2.40m)
Store: 5' 1" x 7' 10" (1.57m x 2.40m)
Stairs To First Floor Landing
Master Bedroom: 13' 5" (into bay) x 11' 11" (4.09m x 3.64m)
Bedroom Two: 9' 1" x 11' 11" (2.77m x 3.64m)
Bedroom Three: 9' 11" x 9' 8" (3.04m x 2.97m)
Bathroom: 10' 6" x 6' 2" (3.21m x 1.89m)
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||4.3%||£193,872||3.1||0.6|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£92,450 (2)||£169,055 (22)||£218,439 (92)||£389,796 (51)||£1,253,571 (7)|
|Flats||£103,023 (17)||£162,991 (13)||£80,000 (1)||-||-|
|All||£101,910 (19)||£166,802 (35)||£216,950 (93)||£389,796 (51)||£1,253,571 (7)|