A greatly extended and substantially improved modern 5 bedroomed detached house situated in a quiet and exclusive cul-de-sac. Entrance porch, reception hall, living room, family room, separate study, superb modern dining kitchen, utility, five double bedrooms, 3 bath/shower rooms. Driveway and garage, good sized rear garden.
Antringham Gardens is a most pleasant cul-de-sac situated off Westfield Road in a highly sought after location in prime Edgbaston. Birmingham City Centre lies less than 3 miles to the east via the nearby Hagley Road.
11 Antringham Gardens is a modern detached house which has undergone a dramatic transformation in the past 3 years. What was formerly an old-fashioned and rather limited 4 bedroomed detached house has been refurbished and cleverly extended at ground and first floor to create a substantial 5 bedroomed house extending in all to some 2,599 sq ft (241 sq m).
The house is entered via an enclosed porch with modern oak internal front door leading into the spacious reception hall. There is a large formal sitting room which links to the superb family room to the rear with glazed doors opening to the garden and a smart fitted study off. The family room also links via double doors with the stunning dining kitchen which is a fantastic space with high quality modern fitted kitchen units and appliances as well as granite work-surfaces. Under floor heating runs through the kitchen and family room. Off the kitchen is a useful utility room which in turn provides pedestrian access into the garage.
On the first floor, the large extension has allowed for five double bedrooms. All five bedrooms have fitted wardrobes; the master bedroom has a fitted walk-through wardrobe leading through to a modern en suite shower room. Bedrooms two and three share a "jack and Jill" en suite shower room whilst bedrooms four and five share the smart house bathroom.
To the front of the property is a tarmacadam driveway and lawned foregarden. To the rear is a good sized west-facing garden with large paved terrace, lawn and screening and colour provided by shrubs and trees.
Published May 2019