A fine detached three bedroomed family home with a wide plot offering scope for extension (subject to necessary consents).
Chancellors Close is a small cul de sac just at the rear of Chad Square, off Harborne Road. Birmingham City Centre is easily accessible by public transport and the property is close to the village of Harborne with its excellent social, educational and medical facilities. There are a few shops at Chad Square, including a convenience store, restaurants and hairdresser.
Across the road is the popular White Swan brasserie, Edgbaston Croquet Club and beyond the house is a small area of parkland with a duck pond, much favoured by the young families who live in the area. It is also within walking distance of the newly created "Edgbaston Village" an area which has seen much re-generation and improvement in the past few years by the opening of thriving restaurants, the fine Loki wine bar, a Michelin starred restaurant, Simpsons, coffee shops, bistros and high profile stores such as Oka and Neptune.
No 16 Chancellors Close is at the end of a cul de sac, it is in very good order, with a modern attractive fully fitted kitchen at the front, a cloakroom off the reception hall, a sitting room, utility room with access to the double garage and a charming conservatory which has a delightful outlook onto a very well-maintained west facing garden. This has a plethora of specimen shrubs, plants and trees including raised and sunken flower beds, a "secret" garden and other areas of interest, it is a gardener's dream.
The first floor has two double bedrooms both with a range of fitted units and also a single bedroom/Nursery/ study which overlooks the drive at the front and a very smart modern fully tiled shower room which does not have a bath but has a large double sized shower cubicle.
The property is double-glazed throughout and is fully alarmed. To the right of the property is a large double garage with potential to extend, subject to the appropriate planning permission and Calthorpe consent. There is off road parking on the drive in addition to the garaging.
The property is understood to be freehold, however it forms part of the Calthorpe Estate and it is therefore subject to their Scheme of Management, a copy of which is available upon request. It is understood that there is also a charge in respect of the maintenance of the grounds which surround the estate area (we are awaiting confirmation of the current estate charge).
Published May 2022
|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)|