17th Jun 2020
9th Sep 2020
- Type: End terrace house
- Bedrooms: 3
- Listing status: sale
- Country: England
Set in A prime bournville village location this three bedroom family home of immense charm and character benefits from a superb extended kitchen and offers potential for further extension (subject to usual permissions). Situated next to Bournville Park in the heart of the village and just a short walk from the historic Village Green and Bournville Village Primary School. Ep Rating D
Founded in 1900 by George Cadbury, the very well thought of Bournville Village Trust Estate is renowned for its sought after schools, delightful parks, open green spaces and other local amenities.
The University of Birmingham, Cadbury Works at Bournville and various local hospitals including the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Selly Oak and The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in Northfield are all readily accessible, and the railway station in Bournville provides easy access to Birmingham City centre and beyond.
The property is particularly well situated in a prime location next to Bournville Park. Bournville Village Primary School and the historic Village Green are just a short walk away across the park. Rowheath Pavilion and Park can also be found nearby hosting a number of community events.
The attractive and large backgarden is not overlooked and the property enjoys extensive green and leafy views to the rear across Bournville Park extending to the Village Green and beyond.
A number of sought after schools can be found locally to include Bournville Village Primary, St Jospehs rc Primary and St Francis CofE Primary as well as the popular Kings Norton Girls' and Boys', and Dame Elizabeth Cadbury Secondary Schools.
• Prime Location in the Heart of Bournville Village
• Potential for Extension (subject to usual permissions)
• Of Immense Charm and Character
• Arranged Over Three Storeys
• Superb Exended Kitchen
• Two Recpetion Rooms
• Three Bedrooms
• Good Sized Family Bathroom
• Downstairs WC
• Off Road Parking
• Attractive Large Rear Garden
• Well Located for Sought After Schools
• Handy for Bournville Train Station
• Viewing Recommended
Tenure - the agent understands the property is Leasehold for a Term of 999 years from 1st January 1896, and is subject to a Peppercorn Ground Rent.
Heating and Glazing - Gas Fired Central Heating and Original Single Glazed Windows to the Main with Double Glazed Windows to the Landing and Kitchen.
Conservation Area - the property falls within the Conservation Area of Bournville Village Trust (bvt), full details of which can be found on the bvt website: />
3.8m to chimney breast x 3.66m
With part sloping ceilings
With Driveway Parking
Local info for B30