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17 South Road, Stourbridge £550,000

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Enjoying a corner setting with South Avenue, and not far from Mary Stevens Park, this MOST SUBSTANTIAL, FOUR BEDROOM, DETACHED PERIOD HOME displays an attractive style and has many ornate features. Benefiting from rear DRIVE PARKING and with gas central heating and some double glazing, the layout briefly comprises: Large Reception Hall, Generous Principle Sitting Room, Additional Sitting Room Guests Cloakroom/Shower Room, Entertainment Room/Bar, L Shaped Breakfast Kitchen, Utility, Garden Cloakroom/WC, Versatile Cellar, Four Good Bedrooms (one with Home Study) and House Bathroom having Roll Top Bath. Attractive DOUBLE FRONTED STYLE, Rear and Side Gardens and with LARGE DRIVE. EPC E



An open arched vestibule provides a sheltered approach to the property’s principal entrance where a part obscure glazed door with surrounding leaded light glazing, opens to the;

LARGE RECEPTION HALL - 24' 8'' x 8' 9'' (7.51m x 2.66m) (when measured at widest points)

Undoubtedly a most notable feature of the property with an ornate tile floor and large UPVC double glazed double opening doors with surrounding double glazed windows viewing to the rear garden. Indeed within this significant space there are stairs which lead off and rise with a balustrade to the first floor accommodation (later mentioned). Central heating radiator, two ceiling rose and with doors radiating off;

GENEROUS PRINCIPAL SITTING ROOM - 23' 7'' x 13' 0'' (7.18m x 3.96m) (into bay)

With a tall array of sash windows to the front creating a bay and with a further sash window viewing to the rear patio. With a feature oak fireplace having gently raised and projecting hearth, there is also a tile surround and traditional style grate beholding a coal effect gas fire. Central heating radiator, provisions for a television, picture rail, two wall light points, original coving to the ceiling and ceiling rose.

ADDITIONAL SITTING ROOM/FAMILY ROOM - 17' 9'' x 12' 10'' (5.41m x 3.91m) (at widest points)

With a bay of sash windows to the front and with a contemporary style part recessed gas fire set to a chimney breast and having fitted oak style furniture upon either side including cupboard storage, display shelving and a plinth suitable for a television. Central heating radiator, picture rail, original coving to the ceiling and ceiling rose.

GUESTS CLOAKROOM/SHOWER ROOM - 12' 10'' x 5' 10'' (3.91m x 1.78m)

With a tall obscure double glazed window to the side and appointed with a white suite to include a large shower with curved shower screen and shower head upon riser, together with splashback tiling which forms a surround at half height to both the pedestal wash hand basin and to the low level WC. Central heating radiator, and with an array of recessed ceiling lights. Returning to the reception hall, a further door opens to;

FEATURE HOME BAR/ENTERTAINMENT ROOM - 13' 0'' x 12' 6'' (3.96m x 3.81m)

Once again an aspect of the property which will be of notable appeal, with a tall double glazed window to the side and being furnished to replicate a “pub” having bar to one corner with plinth over incorporating downlighting, shelving, pew seating and with a tile floor. In addition there is a period styled fireplace set to a chimney breast incorporating both a projecting hearth and having a coal effect living flame styled gas fire. Central heating radiator, numerous wall and ceiling lights, and with double part glazed doors providing an onward approach to the;


Arranged in two very distinct parts, initially with the;

KITCHEN AREA - 18' 3'' x 8' 10'' (5.56m x 2.69m)

With an obscure glazed window to the front, double glazed window to the side and additional natural illumination achieved from a skylight window. Furnished with an array of natural wood styled cupboard fronted units, base cupboards and drawers are surmounted by work surfaces and have an inset one and a half bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap over. Complementary splashback tiling forms a surround and continues to the built-in “four burner” gas hob. To one side there is an electric fan assisted double oven with integrated grill. Range of wall mounted cupboards at eye-level with end display shelving, two ceiling light points part way into the vaulted ceiling and with an open approach extending into the;

EVERYDAY DINING/BREAKFASTING AREA - 14' 9'' x 10' 0'' (4.49m x 3.05m)

With a large double glazed window favouring a view to the rear garden and with ample space for the arrangement of dining table, chairs and other furnishings as may be preferred. Two central heating radiators, ceiling light point and with a door to;

UTILITY - 10' 0'' x 7' 9'' (3.05m x 2.36m) (minimum)

Effectively forming a side veranda with large glazed windows to the side patio and with a part square paned glazed door. There is ample appliance space, including suitable space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Tiled floor, ceiling light point and with a door to the;


With rear window, low level WC and wall mounted wash hand basin. Tiled floor, coat hanging space and ceiling light point. Returning to the reception hall, a door opens to the steps which lead down to the;

CELLAR - 23' 10'' x 12' 7'' (7.26m x 3.83m) (at widest points)

A fantastic arrangement with higher than expected “head height” and currently utilised as a work space. This is a versatile cellar given its size and has a multitude of potential uses.


Stairs lead off the reception hall, rising with a balustrade to the;


Extending over 17 ft in length and with a continuation of the balustrade to the stair opening. UPVC double glazed window and double glazed skylight window to the rear, ceiling rose and with doors leading off;

BEDROOM ONE - 14' 0'' x 13' 0'' (4.26m x 3.96m)

With a sash window to the front, central heating radiator, picture rail and ceiling light point.

BEDROOM TWO - 15' 0'' x 13' 0'' (4.57m x 3.96m)

With a UPVC double glazed window to the side, central heating radiator, picture rail and ceiling light point.

BEDROOM THREE - 13' 0'' x 9' 7'' (3.96m x 2.92m)

With a double glazed window to the rear, central heating radiator, coving to the ceiling and ceiling light point.


Initially with a “study approach” (7’ 9” x 7’ 4”) which has a sash window to the front and suitable space for a home study/office desk as may be preferred. There is also a ceiling light point and an onward approach to a;

FURTHER DOUBLE BEDROOM - 13' 0'' x 11' 0'' (3.96m x 3.35m)

With tall sash window to the front, central heating radiator and two ceiling light points.

HOUSE BATHROOM - 12' 10'' x 5' 10'' (3.91m x 1.78m)

With an obscure double glazed window to the side and appointed with a white traditional style suite to include a freestanding roll topped bath with central tap and shower fittings. Complementary black and white half height tiling forms a surround below a border tile detail and there is both a pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Central heating radiator, two wall lights and ceiling light point.


Approached off the gallery style landing and with a UPVC obscure double glazed window and ample space for general purpose storage.


As earlier mentioned the property displays an attractive “double front” behind a mature shrubbery garden. There is a low level brick wall with pillars either side of a path extending to the principal vestibule entrance.


With the CORNER SETTING adjoining South Avenue, the property has a further Victorian wall boundary within which a gate opens to the side block paved patio area which is both substantial in providing external dining and entertaining space when the weather allows, as well as an onward approach to the principal rear garden which has a further patio of block paving and a principally level shaped lawn beyond. Borders have an array of plants and shrubs.


Approached off South Avenue, this is an area which provides parking for numerous vehicles and could be “gated” if so preferred. Somewhat unusual for a property of this age to benefit from vehicular parking space, it is this drive which is considered a tremendous asset to the property.


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Nearby Places

Name Location Type Distance
17 South Road
Stourbridge DY8 3YA
County: West Midlands
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: TASB8409
Adam J Pritchard MNAEA
Taylors Estate Agents - Stourbridge
  01384 395555