A traditional semi detached property set within this charming Edwardian suburb of Harborne. Set over three floors, the three bedroom family home is well presented throughout and is set within a great location for local amenities
Moor pool avenue is a one-way tree lined avenue set within this highly sought after Edwardian garden suburb better known as the Moor Pool Estate. This is a proud conservation area and is one of the most desirable places to live in Harborne village, benefiting from having it's own tennis courts, bowling green, pocket park, fishing pool, community hall, skittle alley & quaint allotments. Being only a short walk from the bustling Harborne High Street, shoppers have access to excellent facilities such as Waitrose and M&S supermarkets, an abundance of traditional public houses, restaurants and coffee shops. Moreover, the Queen Elizabeth Medical Complex and University of Birmingham are both easily commutable as Harborne has a well served public transport network taking travellers around the City, which includes a designated off road cycle route starting on the Harborne Walkway leading directly into the City Centre. Furthermore, excellent schooling is available to children of all ages to include highly regarded institutions such as; The Blue Coat School, Edgbaston High School for Girls and King Edwards VI Five Ways.
Moor pool avenue is a semi detached residence, split over three well presented floors and boasts plenty of charm and character throughout. Standing back from the road beyond a quaint foregarden with blue brick pathway, mature plum tree and a surrounding beech hedgerow. Inside the property briefly comprises of; reception hall and living room to the ground floor, access to lower ground level with dining room, fitted kitchen, guest cloakroom and laundry room. Bedroom three and family bathroom occupy the first level and finally master bedroom and bedroom two are at the second floor level. Outside there is a delightful side garden with step-down approach to an entrance gate onto the rear garden beyond.
Having semi glazed hardwood front door to front elevation, staircases leading to lower ground level and first floor accommodation, double central heating radiator, two ceiling light points, telephone point and glazed window to side elevation.
Stairs descending from ground floor reception hall, central heating radiator, ceiling light point and multi paned windows to side elevation
Having a range of wall and base units with contrasting work surfaces, electric cooker, five ring gas fired hob, extractor hood, plumbing for dishwasher, 1½ bowl sink with drainer and mixer tap, Metro style tiled splashback, Terracotta tiled flooring and ceiling spotlights
Double glazed multi paned French doors to rear as well as double glazed multi paned window also to the rear elevation, Terracotta tiled flooring, ceiling light point, built in cupboards, freestanding bi-ethanol stove and vertical central heating radiator
Having ceiling light point, fitted shelving, plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer and window to side
Glazed frosted window to rear elevation, wash hand basin, low level wc, wall mounted combi boiler and central heating radiator
Double glazed multi paned window to front elevation with fitted window seat below, Terracotta tiled flooring, fitted shelving, vertical central heating radiator, ceiling spotlights and power points
Stairs ascending from lower ground to reception hall with access into
Multi pane bay window to front elevation, open feature fireplace with period cast iron surround and slate hearth, hardwood laid flooring, ceiling light point, double central heating radiator, inglenook, TV ariel point and ceiling light point
With step up approach from reception hall to split landing giving access to
Double glazed multi pane windows to rear elevation, ceiling light point, double central heating radiator and built in storage cupboard
Stairs rising from first floor landing to second floor
Dual aspect multi pane glazed windows to side and rear elevations, carpet flooring, original feature fireplace, two ceiling light points, double central heating radiator, walk in wardrobe with ceiling light point and door into eaves storage
Multi pane glazed window to front elevation, carpet flooring, ceiling light point, double central heating radiator and floor to ceiling built in wardrobes with louvred doors
A well-tended garden surrounded by beech hedges, side entrance, stone and gravel top patio area, timber shed, side pathways and well stocked flower borders and lawn area leading to further patio seating area with vegetable planted side border and timber gate providing rear right of way
Possession: Vacant possession will be given upon completion of the sale.
Services: Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are available
local authority : Birmingham City Council water authority: Severn Trent Water tenure: The agents are advised that the property is freehold.
Fixtures and fittings: All items not mentioned in these particulars are excluded from the sale.
Viewing: Via Hadleigh .
Misrepresentation act 1967
"These details are prepared as a general guide only and should not be relied upon as a basis to enter into a legal contract or to commit expenditure. Interested parties should rely solely on their own surveyors, solicitors or other professionals before committing themselves to any expenditure or other legal commitments. If any interested party wishes to rely upon information from the agent, then a request should be made and specific written confirmation provided. The agent will not be responsible for any verbal statement made by any member of staff, as only a specific written confirmation should be relied upon. The agent will not be responsible for any loss other than when specific written confirmation has been requested".
Misdescription act 1991
"The Agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services, and so does not verify that they are in working order, fit for their purpose or within the ownership of the seller. Therefore, the buyer must assume that the information given is incorrect.
Neither has the agent checked the legal documentation to verify legal status of the property. Buyers must assume that the information is incorrect until it has been verified by their solicitors or legal advisers.
The measurements supplied are for general guidance and as such must be considered incorrect. A buyer is advised to re-check the measurements him/herself before committing to any expense. Measurements may be rounded up or down to the nearest three inches, as appropriate.
Nothing concerning the type of construction or the condition of the structure is to be implied from the photograph of the property.
The sales particulars may change in the course of time and any interested party is advised to make a final inspection of the property prior to exchange of contracts".
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||6.1%||£367,767||2.6||0.8|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£74,167 (3)||£265,239 (37)||£357,279 (46)||£528,036 (22)||£716,429 (7)|
|Flats||£113,314 (11)||£189,660 (15)||-||-||-|
|All||£104,925 (14)||£243,438 (52)||£357,279 (46)||£528,036 (22)||£716,429 (7)|