Wellington Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15

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£1,325,000
5 Bedrooms
5 Bathrooms

A handsome and beautifully appointed Grade II Period family home with separate coach house set within delightful south facing gardens located in a convenient and desirable residential area of Edgbaston.

Location

34 Wellington Road is a handsome and beautifully appointed Grade11 period family home located on one of Edgbaston' s most sought after roads on the prestigious Calthorpe Estate and approximately a mile from Birmingham City Centre. Wellington Road is also well placed for local shopping at Templefields Square and nearby Harborne High Street which provides a variety of shops including Marks and Spencer Food Hall, Waitrose supermarket together with many restaurants, bars and coffee shops.
Birmingham City Centre which is readily accessible by bus transport boasts excellent shopping facilities at the Mail Box, Bull
Ring Centre and the new Grand Central complex which includes New street station.

Recreational

The motorway network links are all within easy access as is
Birmingham airport.

There is a wide range of schools for children of all ages based in the private and state sectors including the renowned King Edwards foundation Schools.
There are recreational facilities at Edgbaston Priory Tennis & Squash Club, Edgbaston Golf Club, Edgbaston Cricket Ground, sailing and rowing clubs at the reservoir, Edgbaston Croquet Club, Botanical Gardens and the mac centre in Cannon Hill Park. Birmingham is also the home to the Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Ballet.

Description

The property is one of a pair of period residences including a fine separate coach house and providing superb accommodation of charm and character benefiting from may original features including moulded ceiling cornices, deep skirting boards, sash windows and panelled doors with brass furniture.

Set back from the road behind mature hedgerow and entered via two substantial brick pillars to sweeping pebbled driveway providing ample car parking for two vehicles. The property is entered via handsome Georgian style porch with Corinthian style pillars with wide stone steps to handsome wooden panelled front door with brass furniture to enclosed porch.

On The Ground Floor

Fully Enclosed Vestibule Porch

With coconut rush floor mat, ceiling light point and imposing hardwood double front door.

Charming Reception Hall (21'1" (max) x 18'1" (max) (6.43m ( max) x 5.51m ( max)))

Having part polished herringbone parquet floor, original column cast iron radiator, cornice, wall light points, staircase rising to the first floor, a second staircase leads to the first floor, serving hatch to dining room, power points and twin 'French' doors to rear, window to side and inner twin front doors.

Staircase

Staircase rising off hall

Cloaks Area

With double door cloaks cupboard leading to:

Guest Cloakroom

Having low level WC., original wash hand basin, column cast iron radiator, tiled floor, two wall light points, window to side.

Substantial Cellarage

With useful storage light and power, plumbing for automatic washing machine/utility area. Also housing the gas boiler providing the gas central heating, separate door access to the court yard.

Drawing Room (24'2" x 14'9" (7.37m x 4.50m))

Having multi fuelled Chesney stove inset in feature fireplace with hearth beneath, oak stripped floor, two central heating radiators with decorative cover, double door audio cabinet, picture rail, cornice, plaster rose, two ceiling light points, sash style full height window to front and double 'French' doors and bay window to rear both giving an excellent degree of natural light.

French Doors

Overlooking the rear garden

Dining Room (18'9" x 12'10" (5.72m x 3.91m))

Having impressive open fireplace with marble mantle and hearth beneath, original tongue and groove floorboarding, cornice, ornate ceiling and plaster rose, power points, radiator with decorative cover, serving hatch to reception hall, full height sash style window to front.

Breakfast Kitchen (14'0" x 12'4" (4.27m x 3.76m))

Having cream 'Corian' sunken sink unit with side drainer and base units beneath, further base and wall units, original Georgian bow front glass dresser, built in seat, single door oven, four ring gas hob, 'Esse' gas range with two place double oven, low wattage ceiling light points, 'Xpelair', multi paned window to side and rear.

Original Georgian Cupboard

Rear Sitting Room/Snug (12'11" x 10'7" (3.94m x 3.23m))

Polished solid oak wood floor, fitted book shelving, column radiator, dual aspect multi paned windows to side and rear.

Rear Porch

With fitted shelving, flagged floor, window and door to the rear garden.

On The First Floor

An impressive staircase leads to the split level landing which gives access to:

Impressive Landing

With fitted book shelving, original column cast iron radiator, centre arch, multi paned window to rear, ceiling light points and giving access to:

Master Bedroom Through Room (23'7" x 13'2" (7.19m x 4.01m))

Having two built in double double door wardrobes with inset window seat, two column radiators, several power points, two ceiling light points with decorative rose, picture rail, cornice, sash style bay window overlooking the rear garden and window to front with bespoke original shutters. Door to Jack and Jill Bathroom

Light And Airy Bedroom One

With feature windows to front and rear.

Jack And Jill Bathroom

Comprising free standing bath with claw feet, hand held telephone shower attachment, wash hand basin, low level WC., heated towel rail, cornice, ceiling light point, wall light point, multi paned window to front.

Bedroom Two (18'0" x 12'11" (5.49m x 3.94m))

Having original open fireplace with painted mantel and hearth beneath, brass fender, vanity wash hand basin, column radiator, power points, TV aerial point, picture rail, cornice, door to Jack and Jill Bathroom, multi paned window to rear.

Servant Staircase

Leading to

Shower Room

Having enclosed corner shower cubicle with body spray and rain head, vanity wash hand basin, low level WC, fitting by The Imperial Bathroom Company, space saver heated chrome towel rail, low wattage halogen ceiling light points, multi paned window to side.

Bedroom Three/Nursery (13'4" x11'11" (4.06m x 3.63m))

Having built in wardrobes with side shelving and book shelves, radiator, ceiling light point, picture rail, cornice, multi paned window to side, airing cupboard housing the hot water tank with slatted shelving, door through to:

Bedroom Four (13'4" x 10'8" (4.06m x 3.25m))

Built in double door wardrobes with storage cupboards beneath, column radiator, power points, ceiling light point, picture rail, attractive feature multi paned window to side.

Second Floor

Further staircase leads to the attic bedroom

Bedroom Five (Attic Room) (16'2" x 13'7" (4.93m x 4.14m))

Wash hand vanity unit, small window, the bed on the mezzanine level.

Mezzanine Level

Separate Coach House

The Coach House, approached from enclosed courtyard and comprising:

Rear View Of Coach House

Entrance Hall

Having quarry tiled floor, wall mounted electric storage heater, ceiling light point, window overlooking the rear garden and staircase leading up to :

Coach House Bedroom (14'1" x 12'9" (4.29m x 3.89m))

Having single door wardrobe, exposed timber beams, power points, ceiling light point, electric panel heater, multi paned window to front.

Living Room/Study (12'11" x 9'6" (3.94m x 2.90m))

Having built-in book shelving and storage cupboards, exposed timber beams, power points, ceiling light point, wall mounted electric panel heater, book shelving, multi paned window overlooking the rear garden.

Study Area

Shower Room

Having enclosed shower cubicle with electric shower, wash hand basin, low level WC, two wall light points, 'Xpelair' as fitted.

Outside

Integral Garage

Forming part of the coach house which is approached via pebbled driveway with established fore garden with brick Pillerage.

Fully Walled Rear Gardens

The superb private rear garden is a particular feature of this fine property. Comprising neat lawn, established shrubs and tree borders, laid block set patio, feature hedging, greenhouse, outside water tap and lighting, separate barbeque area.

Enclosed Inner Courtyard

With door to coach house and garage, front and rear and access to cellar.

Side Of Garden

Box hedge feature and showing rear of Coach House.

Side Elevation Of House

Directions

34 Wellington Road is a handsome and beautifully appointed Grade11 period family home located on one of Edgbaston' s most sought after roads on the prestigious Calthorpe Estate and approximately a mile from Birmingham City Centre. Wellington Road is also well placed for local shopping at Templefields Square and nearby Harborne High Street which provides a variety of shops including Marks and Spencer Food Hall, Waitrose supermarket together with many restaurants, bars and coffee shops.
Birmingham City Centre which is readily accessible by bus transport boasts excellent shopping facilities at the Mail Box, Bull
Ring Centre and the new Grand Central complex which includes New street station.

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Misdescription act 1991

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