Reservoir Road, Kidderminster

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A Most Impressive Double Fronted Individual Edwardian Four Bedroom Detached House Set In Large Plot, Comprehensively Refurbished And Extended/ Replanned In 2021, Now Available With No Upwards Chain.

* Many Original Features

* Superb 28' Open Plan Kitchen/ Dining Room/ Family Room

* Two Splendid Bay Fronted Reception Rooms

* Utility & Guest Cloakroom

* Landing Study

* Two En-Suite Shower Rooms

* Historic PP to Add Further Bedroom & Two Bathrooms Over Garage


5.28m bx 1.19m (inc stairs) (17'4 bx 3'11 (inc s

Guest Cloakroom

2.11m x 1.70m (6'11 x 5'7 )

Living Room

4.88m (into bay) x 3.40m (16'0 (into bay) x 11'2

Sitting Room

3.96m x 3.91m (into bay) (13'0 x 12'10 (into bay

Dining Room

3.94m x 2.97m (12'11 x 9'9 )


4.65m x 4.65m (15'3 x 15'3 )

Family Room

4.11m x 4.09m (13'6 x 13'5 )

Utility Room

2.97m x 2.87m (9'9 x 9'5 )

Garage/ Workshop

4.88m x 5.51m (min)/ 8.64m (max) (16'0 x 18'1 (m

Master Bedroom

4.70m x 3.25m (15'5 x 10'8 )

Walk In Wardrobe

1.50m x 1.14m (4'11 x 3'9 )

En-Suite Shower Room

2.24m x 1.52m (7'4 x 5'0 )

Bedroom Two

3.99m x 3.68m (including en-suite) (13'1 x 12'1

En-Suite Shower Room Two

within dimensions of bedroom two (within dimension

Bedroom Three

4.29m x 3.43m (14'1 x 11'3 )

Bedroom Four

3.96m x 2.72m (13'0 x 8'11 )

Shower Room

2.08m x 1.83m (6'10 x 6'0 )

Landing Study

1.68m x 1.17m (5'6 x 3'10 )

Dating from 1905, this handsome and beautifully proportioned individual detached property known as 'The Laurel' is offered to the market with the benefit of vacant possession upon completion, having been considerably improved over the course of 2021 to include a replanned interior with newly refitted kitchen extension, as well as being fully rewired plus installation of a new central heating system and boiler.

Set well back from the road behind a double gated brick pillared entrance, the driveway provides parking for numerous cars in addition to which there is a large garage/ workshop (28' x 16' max) with doorway height providing 8' clearance to accommodate a variety of taller vehicles.

Planning was granted in 2010 and renewed in 2013 (now expired) for the addition of a new master bedroom and two new bathrooms over the garage. Currently the space over the garage is used as a rooftop terrace, accessible from the rear garden and potentially accessible from the first floor landing of the house.

The interior provides wonderful family living accommodation retaining a number of original period features, including Minton tiled hallway and superb leaded lights to the front door and within each of the two splendid full height ornate bay windows. Sash windows are also featured throughout the house.

There are two comfortable living rooms, each to the front of the house and each with strip boarded wooden floors and feature fireplace.

To the rear of the house is a fabulous, newly created open plan L-shaped kitchen/ dining room/ family room where original rooms have been combined with a new extension. This wonderfully sociable living space undoubtedly forms the hub of the home, measuring over 28' in length and 16' across at the widest point.

Arranged as three distinct areas, the kitchen has been comprehensively refitted with a range of pale grey contemporary cabinets plus central island incorporating inset induction hob, breakfast bar and range of deep pan drawers.

The kitchen also includes an integrated Bosch electric oven, bosch dishwasher, full height fridge, modern Belfast style sink, slide-out larder unit and concealed pantry cupboard.

The dining room area provides plenty of space for formal entertaining, whilst the family room area currently accommodates a couple of sofas and a wall-mounted big screen tv.

Beyond the family room is a large utility room with one-and-a-half bowl sink unit and additional work surface with space beneath for a range of laundry appliances, as well as space for large chest freezer. The utility room also has a sizeable boiler room off, plus door with access through to the very substantial garage/ workshop.

There is also a guest cloakroom off the reception hall, with quarry tile floor, wc and pedestal hand basin.

The staircase leads up to the first floor via a half-landing with family shower room off, having heated towel rail, pedestal hand basin, wc and cubicle with mixer shower.

The first floor landing has a delightful front facing compact study area, ideal for home working, whilst doors lead off the landing to the four double bedrooms.

The spacious master bedroom has dual aspect sash windows and features a walk-in wardrobe plus en-suite shower room with pedestal hand basin, wc, chrome heated towel rail and tiled cubicle with rainfall mixer shower plus hand attachment.

The second bedroom also has it's own en-suite shower room whilst the third and fourth bedroom are both of very good proportions.

Both of the front facing bedrooms together with the study space all enjoy fine, far reaching views from this elevated position.

Outside, there a sizeable gardens both front and rear, with gated access to the right hand side of the house. The rear garden is laid mainly to lawn, with a number of well established trees including silver birch and others.

Mains gas, electricity, metered water and drainage are all connected, with council tax payable to Wyre Forest District Council, rated as Band E.

Tenure is freehold.

01299 400555

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