Description of Property
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Purplebricks are delighted to bring to the market this extended three bed detached property perfect for renovating, extending or reconfiguring into a superb family home. Situated close to sutton coldfield town centre & with two single garages this property will be very popular indeed.
Approached via a dropped curb leading to an in and out driveway that has parking for multiple cars but also with a lawn area to the front & with gated side access to the rear garden. There is access to both single garages from the front driveway, with a garage positioned to either side of the property. There is an outer porch leading to the inviting inner hallway with stairs off to the first floor, a Guest W.C and a Cloaks cupboard. The light & airy lounge reaches the entire depth of the property with windows to both front & rear. There are double French doors into the dining room from where the extended generous sized fitted kitchen can be reached. A utility area has been added to the rear of the single garage for those noisy white goods!
To the first floor there are three double bedrooms & a fitted family bathroom. The second bedroom also provides access to the large loft, ideal for further storage of course. To the outside is a well kept & mature private rear garden mainly laid to lawn with wooden fence surrounds, access to the front driveway and the rear of the 2nd garage.
Please refer to the floor plan to see the flow of the property and the room sizes on offer. As we are expecting substantial interest in this property please book your viewing via the Purplebricks website or via the Brochure link on main Rightmove Website.
Sutton Coldfield has a lot of features that make it a haven for house hunters, including acres of beautiful green space. The area is home to Sutton Park, one of the largest urban parks in England measuring over 2,000 acres. The park is a jewel in the crown of the Royal Town and is a national nature reserve as well as a site of special scientific interest and a scheduled ancient monument.
The park has open heathland, woodlands, seven lakes, wetlands, and marshes - each with its own rich variety of plants and wildlife, some rarely seen in the region - there are even cattle and wild ponies that graze on the land. Activities in the park include sailing, canoeing, fishing, golf, cycling and horse riding.
Despite having such a huge area of parkland, Sutton Coldfield still has a bustling town centre - with the largest amount of places to shop and eat outside the city centre of Birmingham.
There are three distinct shopping environments provided by the Gracechurch Shopping Centre, Red Rose Centre and Newhall Walk. The Restaurant Quarter has a cosmopolitan mix of independent and chain eateries, offering everything from Spanish and Italian to Greek and Bangladeshi. There are currently over 22 bars, clubs and pubs in the town centre so there plenty of opportunities to enjoy the nightlife.
Mere Green is also a short distance away, that has seen recent development in the Mulberry Walk Shopping Centre which also has many eating places and a large supermarket.
Sutton Coldfield is also notable for being a great area for families. There are a number of great schools in Sutton, including Boldmere Junior School, which was named as one of the top primary schools in the whole of Birmingham in 2016. Students in secondary schools across Sutton regularly perform well in exams, with students in both Bishop Vesey’s and Sutton Coldfield Girls Grammar Schools, The Arthur Terry School, and Highclare School all gaining high percentages of A* - C grades over the past few years.
There is a Junior school close by which is a 5 minute walk away.
In 2011, Sutton Coldfield was named as one of the best places to raise children in the whole of the Uk.
Sutton Coldfield also has excellent transport links served by both road and rail to the centre of Birmingham and beyond. Junction 9 of the M42 is less than a 15 minute drive away.
Four Oaks Rail Station is only a 10 minute walk from the property.
Some or all information pertaining to this property may have been provided solely by the vendor, and although we always make every effort to verify the information provided to us, we strongly advise you to make further enquiries before continuing.
If you book a viewing or make an offer on a property that has had its valuation conducted virtually, you are doing so under the knowledge that this information may have been provided solely by the vendor, and that we may not have been able to access the premises to confirm the information or test any equipment. We therefore strongly advise you to make further enquiries before completing your purchase of the property to ensure you are happy with all the information provided.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||1.9%||£195,000||2.5||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£160,000 (1)||£258,846 (13)||£322,151 (39)||£449,630 (27)||£715,000 (10)|
|Flats||£101,250 (4)||£173,750 (8)||-||-||-|
|All||£113,000 (5)||£226,429 (21)||£322,151 (39)||£449,630 (27)||£715,000 (10)|