Bungalow For Sale

12, Hop Pole Lane, Bewdley

Guide price £475,000 Sale Agreed

A delightful 4-bedroom detached dormer bungalow with spacious accommodation, private garden and within a short walk of Bewdley town centre – NO ONWARD CHAIN

  • Versatile accommodation
  • Short walk of Bewdley Town centre
  • Entrance hall, sitting room, dining room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room, conservatory
  • 3 double Bedrooms, family bathroom
  • Attic bedroom & WC
  • Ample driveway parking, private rear garden
  • In all approx 1641 sq ft

12 Hop Pole Lane is situated just a short walk from the centre of the pretty riverside medieval town of Bewdley. Presenting itself as a Georgian town with its beautiful frontages, Bewdley hosts a vibrant local community who run a museum, boutique shops, a steam railway and regular community events including cinema, live music and theatre. There are also local everyday facilities and amenities including schools, churches, shops, several pubs and restaurants, with the nearest, The Hop Pole. There are delightful walks in the surrounding countryside within easy and close proximity including the extensive Wyre Forest, an oak forest with wild deer and paths alongside a forest stream and small waterfall.
The West Midlands conurbation is not far away is Birmingham City centre and the motorway networks. There are a selection of private schools in the county including Winterfold, Bromsgrove School, Kings School and RGS in Worcester, Abberley Hall and the Malvern Colleges.

12 Hop Pole Lane provides excellent spacious and modern accommodation with a contemporary feel. A part glazed UPVC entrance door leads through to the reception hallway and stairs to the first floor. Off the hallway, a door leads into the main sitting room benefitting from lots of natural light from the large window which overlooks the front of the property, and a contemporary style ‘Faber’ log effect gas fire. French doors from the sitting room leads through into the light and spacious conservatory which has two further French doors opening out to a raised decked area and the rear, private garden. Adjoining the sitting room is the dual aspect dining room. The kitchen is in need of modernisation and has a good range of wall and floor fitted units with recess and plumbing for a washing machine and other white goods, freestanding Rangemaster, 1.5 bowl sink and an integrated Hotpoint fridge/freezer.
An inner hallway from the main entrance has fitted storage cupboards and an airing cupboard and leads to the bedroom accommodation. There are three double bedrooms, two of which are dual aspect, bedroom 3 also having fitted wardrobes, and each served by the stylish part tiled main family bathroom with a free-standing bath, separate shower cubicle, basin on a vanity unit and stainless-steel towel rail. On the first floor there is a further attic bedroom and WC. The bedroom benefits from a range of fitted bedroom furniture and a window to the side elevation providing wonderful views over the countryside.

Gardens & Grounds
The property is approached over a walled gravelled driveway from Hop Pole Lane providing parking for two to three vehicles. The front garden is set back from the road with steps and a pathway leading to the front door.
An arched gated side access opens into the easily maintained rear garden with a colourful variety of well-established shrubs. There is spacious gravelled patio area and a further paved patio area outside the kitchen with an adjacent pergola, ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining. There is also a lawned fore garden which is enclosed by a combination of mixed hedgerow and brick wall fencing.

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