A handsome and well laid out Georgian townhouse extending to some 2,189 sq. Ft (203 sq. M), set in an exclusive cul de sac, in a sought-after residential area of Edgbaston.
Situated on a prime residential road within Edgbaston the property is also conveniently placed for access to Five Ways railway station on Birmingham Middleway (affording access to Birmingham New Street), and to Birmingham City Centre, which lies only approximately 1 mile to the north. Frederick Road is also well placed for the local shops within the nearby Templefields Square (approximately 500m away), as well as being within proximity of West House Preparatory School.
22 Frederick Road is an excellent period townhouse, believed to date from circa 1830.. The property offers delightful stucco and brick faced elevations set predominantly beneath a pitched slate roof and has a delightful private garden to the rear with a south easterly aspect.
The well-proportioned accommodation is set over two floors, extending to some 2,189 sq. Ft. (203 sq.m), and comprising;
On the Ground Floor
The central reception hall has a useful understairs cloaks cupboard/store and leads off to the front facing sitting room, with a feature bay window, moulded ceiling coving and rose.
The excellent 'L' shaped principal living room is ideally suited for everyday family living and entertaining with sitting and dining areas, and ample natural light provided by the bi fold doors which open out onto the south east facing rear terrace and gardens. There is also a study/office area off (which if not required could then be quite easily incorporated back into the main reception room).
The kitchen/breakfast room enjoys a delightful aspect to the front with a feature bay window and is fitted with a range of base and wall mounted units, work surface areas, Rangemaster range cooker, integrated Bosch dishwasher, a one and a half single drainer Belfast sink unit and space for an upright fridge/freezer. Off the hallway is the utility/laundry room with fitted base and wall mounted cupboards, tiled floor, and housing the Worcester gas fired central heating boiler. An open arch continues into the cloakroom.
Cellars, comprising of two storage compartments.
On the First Floor
From the reception hall a staircase, leads up to the first floor landing with rooflights, and doors off to the bedroom accommodation.
The master suite comprises a fine double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and an attractive aspect over the rear gardens, whilst served by a en suite shower room with walk in shower, wash hand basin in a vanity unit, and a WC. There are a further 2 double bedrooms both with built in wardrobes and an aspect to the front onto Frederick Road. These two rooms are also served by a family bathroom with tiled walls and floor, a panelled bath with glazed screen and shower over, wash hand basin and WC.
The property is approached from Frederick Road, with a blue brick paved front drive providing off road parking for two cars. There is also a secure pedestrian side access door to the one side.
The delightful gardens lie mainly to the rear of the house. There is a private flagstone paved seating terrace, which can be accessed from the glazed bi fold doors from the main living room, and wide stone steps leading down onto the level lawn below. The gardens are flanked by deep well planted borders, with a further paved seating area, and continues down to the timber shed/garage situated to the far end, with independent access from a shared drive leading off St James' Road.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||1%||£576,000||3.7||0.3|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£156,650 (6)||£326,658 (6)||£468,130 (15)||£783,434 (16)||£1,120,714 (7)|
|Flats||£165,295 (82)||£248,836 (155)||£385,484 (21)||-||-|
|All||£164,706 (88)||£251,736 (161)||£419,920 (36)||£783,434 (16)||£1,120,714 (7)|