A unique opportunity to purchase a fine mid Victorian detached six bedroomed property situated on a large corner plot with previous planning permission for separate substantial 4 bedroomed property.
EPC band rating E
Greenfield Road is one of the highly regarded prestigious and sought after locations within Harborne Village. Harborne High Street is readily accessible with its excellent shopping, restaurant and cafés including Marks & Spencer Food Hall and Waitrose, whilst there is also easy access to Birmingham city centre, Birmingham University and the Queen Elizabeth medical complex.
Public transport is also nearby with a range of buses travelling into the city centre. The surrounding area offers excellent state and independent schools for boys and girls of all ages, including Harborne Junior & Infants school and The Blue Coat school. Recreational amenities include Edgbaston & Harborne golf clubs, Edgbaston Priory & Edgbaston Archery tennis clubs, sailing at Edgbaston Reservoir, the Warwickshire County Cricket Ground and Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
Dunlewey House - 134 Greenfield Road is a unique period detached residence situated on a large corner plot with a return frontage to York Street. This property has been in the same family for over 100 years and has never been on the market. The key selling point of this property is the land adjacent to the main house which has previously had planning permission to build a substantial property. It is set back behind an established front garden with in and out driveway. This charming accommodation which has many beautiful and original features fully merits an internal inspection and benefits from gas central heating. Having a stunning double fronted facade, the accommodation is spaciously proportioned throughout and set on three storeys. At ground floor level there is an imposing reception hall, guest cloakroom, three reception rooms, kitchen and study. At first and second floor there are six bedrooms and three bathrooms. To complement the property is an integral garage and a large rear garden.
With original Minton tiled floor, cornice, ceiling light point, cloak hanging facilities, hardwood front door.
Having original part stained glass leaded light inner doors with matching skylight, original cornice, ceiling light point with plaster rose, two wall light points, radiator, thermostat central heating control, staircase rising off and door to the rear garden.
Open swan banister
Large dry cellar with additional wine store.
Comprising low level WC., wash hand basin, radiator, fitted shelving, ceiling light point, 'Xplair'.
Having as its focal point a gas living coal effect fire inset in original fireplace with mosaic tiled inset, glazed tiled hearth, and brass fender, fitted book shelving with storage cupboards beneath, two central heating radiators, ceiling light point with original plaster rose, cornice, several power points, sash style window to front with boxed shutters and double doors through to:
Having original feature fireplace with open grate and tiled hearth, with original dressers to both sides, sash style window with boxed shutters, central heating radiator, original plaster rose, ceiling light point, cornice, double doors to front and double glazed 'French' doors to the delightful rear garden.
Having feature marble fireplace with gas fire inset with hearth beneath, central heating radiator, original plaster ceiling rose and cornice, several power points, door to reception hall and sash style window to front with boxed shutters.
Having a range of solid wood units with tiled work surface to include double bowl sink unit with base unit beneath, further base units, gas cooker point, space for fridge/freezer, two central heating radiators, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, floor mounted gas boiler providing gas central heating (as detailed). Pantry cupboard, ceiling light points, dual aspect multi paned windows to side and rear and back door.
Having central heating radiator, vaulted ceiling with exposed timber beams, ceiling light point, several power points, door to garage, multi paned window and door to the rear garden.
Single return staircase leads to the first floor landing with full height multi paned window over looking the rear garden, central heating radiator, cornice, ceiling light point, power points, access to the second floor and to:
A spacious bedroom, having two central heating radiators, several power points, thermostat central heating control, ceiling light point, cornice, sash style window to front.
Comprising panelled bath, low level WC., wash hand basin, wall tiling, fitted shelving, central heating radiator, sash style window to front.
Approached via a small staircase and making an ideal and spacious guest room, having two central heating radiators, power points, ceiling light points, cornice, dual aspect multi paned windows giving a pleasant degree of natural light.
Comprising panelled bath, separate enclosed shower cubicle with on-line mixer, low level WC., wash hand basin, central heating radiator, ceiling light point, window to front.
Two double panelled radiators, power points, cornice, ceiling light point, sash style window to front, and spaciously sized.
Two central heating radiators, power points, ceiling light point, cornice, sash style window to rear.
Having free standing bath with claw feet and hand held shower attachment, separate corner shower cubicle with on-line mixer, free standing wash hand basin, louvred door airing cupboard, dado rail, heated chrome towel rail, cornice, opaque sash style window to rear.
With low level suite, ceiling light point, opaque window to rear.
An inner staircase with useful storage cupboard leads to the second floor landing which is ideal as a further study area with access to under eaves storage.
Under eaves storage, power point, ceiling light point, window to side.
Under eaves storage, power point, ceiling light point, window to side.
Dunlewey House offers a unique opportunity to acquire a fine period residence which is situated on this substantial plot with a return frontage between Greenfield Road & York Street. The house is set back with an in and out tarmacadam driveway with established front garden and borders together with a crenellated brick wall.
The substantial, part-walled rear gardens comprise laid lawn, established conifers screen, mature shrub borders, fruit trees, raised two tiered patio, outside water tap, ornamental fish pond, gardeners gate to front, the whole being fully enclosed with a good degree of privacy.
With double doors to front.
Possession: Vacant possession will be given upon completion of the sale.
Services: Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are available
local authority : Birmingham City Council water authority: Severn Trent Water tenure: The agents are advised that the property is Freehold.
Fixtures and fittings: All items not mentioned in these particulars are excluded from the sale.
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with the selling agents, Hadleigh on .
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