A beautifully appointed home, conveniently located within a popular and sought after cul de sac off Augustus Road and on the renowned Calthorpe Estate. This delightful property provides around 1,435 sq. Ft. Of very well-presented, refurbished living space set over two floors. The accommodation briefly comprises an entrance enclosed porch, the sitting room, dining area and kitchen are open plan with a conservatory off the dining room. There is a separate utility room and cloakroom and a brick built garden store and an integral single garage.
The first floor has two lovely double bedrooms, a single bedroom currently used as a study and a smart new bathroom.
The gardens at the rear are well laid out, the front garden is lawned with off road parking for two cars in front of the garage.
Situation Christchurch Close is a popular cul de sac situated in the heart of Edgbaston and conveniently located just off Augustus Road and on the renowned Calthorpe Estate. The property is exceedingly well-placed for all the local amenities which make this area so convenient, it is also within easy reach of Birmingham City Centre which is approximately on and a half miles away.
Birmingham boasts some of the best shopping in Europe with the superb Bullring Shopping Centre, Grand Central and Royal Arch Shopping malls enforcing the city's retail landscape and bringing in a mix of unrivalled premium fashion and quality high street brands to the heart of the city, such as Selfridges, Harvey Nicholls, Armani and John Lewis.
Broad Street and Brindleyplace are also nearby and have been developed and improved to provide excellent business and recreational facilities. Within a mile stretch can be found the International Convention Centre with its superb conference facilities and world renowned Symphony Hall which is home to one of the world's leading orchestras. The National Indoor Arena, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, The Hyatt and Marriott Hotels, numerous brasseries, restaurants and coffee shops are all to be found there.
Edgbaston itself is undergoing something of a renaissance. Five Ways and now the area around St George's Church has been an area of huge investment, providing a new supermarket, shops, bars, restaurants and Calthorpe Estate is striving to create a new village centered around the Church thus providing an alternative to the city centre for discerning diners.
A wide range of schools for children of all ages is available in the vicinity both in the private and state sectors. They include Hallfield and West House School, Edgbaston High School for Girls, Blue Coat School, St George's, the Priory School, and the King Edward Foundation Schools. Within the state sector there is Chad Vale School, Harborne Primary, St Mary's R.C. And St Peter's Church of England School.
Transport Five Ways railway station is about a mile away and provides a regular service to and from the main railway stations in the city centre and there are regular buses along Augustus Road in and out of town.
Description This is a fine link-detached family home offering brick-faced elevations, predominately set beneath a pitch-riled roof.
The well laid out and beautifully refurbished accommodation is set over two floors and offers excellent living space. It has all the modern features of double-glazing, gas fired central-heating, a fitted kitchen with an extensive range of fitted appliances, as well as a fine new modern bathroom suite on the first floor.
The entrance vestibule has an uPVC front door and glazed side panels, radiator, ceiling light and fitted cloaks cupboard with hanging rail and shelf and a door leads into the Sitting Room.
This then has stairs to one side leading up to the first floor. An attractive living flame gas log burner with a simple wooden plinth above adorns the brick-built chimney-breast. There is a large double-glazed window to the front aspect and two central heating radiators. An opening to the left of the fireplace leads through to the Dining area. This has wooden flooring, it is open plan to the kitchen and there are double doors into the Conservatory.
This has a central heating radiator with removable filigree cover, wall light points, and uPVC double-glazed windows providing a delightful outlook onto the garden and double doors opening on to the terrace.
The Kitchen This has been totally refurbished and has an extensive array of fitted units both base and wall-mounted in a charming colour with white quartz work surfaces with return unit onto dining area, integrated Belfast sink with flexi tap beneath a window onto the garden, integrated oven with extractor and induction hob, dishwasher and space for large American style fridge/freezer.
A door leads through to the Utility Room which has a door into the garden, window onto the garden room, space and plumbing for plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, a sink unit with circular sink and drainer, and doors into the single garage and Cloakroom with low level w.c., and lantern light to the ceiling.
The First Floor There is an airing cupboard on the landing which houses a Potterton combi boiler, there is a hatch to the loft and a window to the side.
Bedroom 1 This room is the master bedroom and has a range of full length Sharp's wardrobes across one wall, a large picture window onto the front garden, and ceiling light point.
Bedroom 2 This is another double room with two sets of fitted double wardrobes, ceiling light and large picture window onto the garden.
Bedroom 3 A single room with window onto the front, it is currently used as a study and has a ceiling light point.
Bathroom This has been up-graded and modernised to a high specification with white suite, which includes a bath with shower and glass shower panel, elegant vanity unit with hand washbasin and storage drawers beneath, low level W.C. And window to the side. The elegant tiles both to the walls and floor are in a rich caramel colour.
Outside To the front there is a lawned foregarden and driveway leading to the garage which has an electrically operated roller shutter door.
The rear garden is beautifully landscaped with a slabbed terrace, lawned area with flower beds, mature trees and shrubs to the borders providing screening and a delightful backdrop.
There is a brick-built extension to the rear of the utility room, which has a door and window to the garden, skylight and electric supply.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||0.9%||£474,975||3.5||1.5|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£184,950 (2)||£507,843 (7)||£408,790 (5)||£666,205 (19)||£971,800 (11)|
|Flats||£200,661 (47)||£267,255 (112)||£322,950 (16)||-||-|
|All||£200,019 (49)||£281,407 (119)||£343,388 (21)||£666,205 (19)||£971,800 (11)|