A most attractive double-fronted 3 bedroomed Victorian semi-detached house occupying a fabulous west-facing plot and ideally situated close to Harborne High Street.
Ravenhurst Road is a popular residential address in the prime suburb of Harborne. Harborne lies some 3 miles to the south-west of Birmingham City Centre and is a vibrant and popular place to live with a fantastic High Street offering excellent local shopping as well as numerous pubs, restaurants and coffee shops.
51 Ravenhurst Road is a characterful Victorian semi-detached house which offers some 1,723 sq ft (160 sq m) of well-presented accommodation set over two floors plus a small cellar. For those seeking a more substantial house for now or the future, there is scope for two storey side extension as well as single storey rear extension subject to consents.
The house is entered via a solid wood front door with arched fanlight over and leading into an enclosed entrance porch with Minton tiled floor and glazed inner front door into the reception hall. A glazed door to the far end of the hall leads to the rear garden and allows good natural light to flood in. Modern oak flooring runs through the hall and there is a large boot-room/cloaks store adjacent to the back door. To each side of the hall are two symmetrical reception rooms, both with attractive bay windows to the front and both with exposed treated floor boards.
The breakfast room is to the rear and has modern oak flooring, a rear facing window and a wide opening with part-glazed bi-folding doors leading through to the fitted kitchen which has modern cream coloured Shaker style base and wall units and grey Ash effect tiled flooring. A glazed door to the far end of the kitchen leads to a utility room with door to the garden and a separate WC.
On the first floor the central landing enjoys pleasant views of the garden via a rear facing window. There are three excellent double bedrooms; two facing the front and one to the rear. One of the front facing bedrooms has a small box room off it which would make an ideal walk-in wardrobe or potentially an en suite shower room. The three bedrooms are served by a spacious shower room with large walk-in shower, wash basin and WC. There is a small store room off as well as an airing cupboard which houses the modern Worcester gas central heating boiler.
To the front of the property is a pretty fore-garden set behind a Victorian blue brick wall. There is a driveway providing parking for one car which leads up to timber double doors to the side of the house which lead to a further area of hard-standing providing potential for additional parking. To the rear of the house is a delightful west-facing mature garden which is an excellent size and includes a sizeable paved terrace, deep and well-stocked borders and a large central lawn.
Published April 2021
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|End terrace house||6.1%||£367,767||2.6||0.8|
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