Spectacular individual contemporary family residence with far reaching views in coveted village setting
The small village of Romsley is surrounded by lovely Worcestershire countryside with the Clent Hills dominating this part of the county and offers great scope for walking and riding with much of the area under the control of the National Trust. The village enjoys local amenities including a general store and post-office, a country store, church and village halls, a butcher and two pub-restaurants. Also close by the towns of Halesowen, Bromsgrove, and Redditch offer a greater range of shopping facilities and amenities and there is easy access to Birmingham City centre just 10 miles away. St Kenelm's ce Primary School is nearby together with other state and private schooling available including the renowned Bromsgrove School. Ideal for commuters, the property is less than 4 miles from both M5 Junctions 3 and 4 leading to the national motorway network and local and intercity rail networks are available from Bromsgrove, Hagley, and Stourbridge all within easy access.
The individually designed property over three storeys is a superb family residence of over 3000 square feet in an elevated position taking full advantage of the extensive panoramic views over the rural surroundings with the lights of the West Midlands conurbation providing a fascinating backdrop on the skyline at night. The current owners have recently further enhanced the appeal of the setting with a painstaking contemporary renovation and extensions and beautifully landscaped terraced gardens with many and varied entertainment and sitting areas again taking full advantage of the views. The gated property also has the benefit of a large detached garage with a store room beneath.
Gardens and grounds
The property is approached from the road to electric remote gates opening to a tarmacadam drive with parking for several vehicles, large double garage with remote electric door and to a lower level, further tarmacadam parking and storage beneath the garage. The garden itself is a particular feature of the property, having many landscaped areas of different character. With steps from the drive rising to the side of the house there is a dual level paved patio area with glazed screens, a barbecue shelter and summerhouse. There are well stocked terraced borders to the rear of the house leading to the principal garden patio with steps up and adjacent borders to a large lawn area to the extent of the far boundary. To the road boundary the sloping beds are planted with hardy shrubs and perennials. There is a useful plant room/gardener's store to the front lower level of the house.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||1.6%||£254,975||3.5||1.5|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£159,950 (1)||£162,559 (11)||£235,621 (87)||£312,990 (15)||£912,500 (2)|
|Flats||£84,950 (1)||£117,100 (5)||£129,950 (1)||-||-|
|All||£122,450 (2)||£148,353 (16)||£234,420 (88)||£312,990 (15)||£912,500 (2)|