An impressive period Victorian semi detached residence situated in this highly regarded and sought after location.
EPC rating band E
St peters road is one of the most highly regarded and sought after locations within Harborne Village within close proximity to St Peters Church and School. 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 further 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, Warwickshire County Cricket Ground and Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
Set back beyond a hand laid block set driveway with parking for 2/3 cars and fore garden.
42 st peters road offers a unique opportunity to acquire a substantial period Victorian 4/5 bedroom semi detached residence with forecourt parking and established walled rear gardens. Boasting many original features throughout and benefitting from gas central heating and double glazing (as specified), the property fully merits an internal inspection. Having a most attractive frontal elevation the accommodation comprises: Enclosed vestibule porch, charming reception hall, cloaks/wc, two reception rooms with original fireplaces with marble mantels and magnificent breakfast kitchen with fitted appliances and log burning stove. At first and second floor levels there are four excellent bedroom, family bathroom and three en suites. There is also a rear study with mezzanine overlooking the kitchen and access to a roof terrace. This could be easily converted to a fifth bedroom. To compliment the property is an enclosed private garden with laid patio.
The accommodation comprises in more detail:
Having tiled floor, ceiling light point, cornice and hardwood front door.
Having laid quarry tile floor, central heating radiator, picture rail, cornice, internal intercom phone, two ceiling light points, plaster arch, staircase rising off and original hardwood inner front door with leaded light window and matching panels to side.
With useful storage, power and lighting.
Feature fireplace with gas living coal effect fire inset, marble mantle and slate hearth beneath, original floor boarding, central heating radiator, three wall light points, ceiling light point, "bose" speakers, cornice and original sash style window to front with shutters.
Having as its focal point a gas living coal effect fire inset in feature fireplace with marble mantle and slate hearth beneath, exposed original floor boarding, cornice, ceiling light point, central heating radiator, two wall light points, several power points and full height sash style casement window to front with shutters.
Quarry tile floor, central heating radiator, internal intercom and multi paned glazed side door.
Having low level WC, "belfast" sink wash hand basin, useful storage cupboards, central heating radiator, ceiling light point and opaque double glazed window to side.
Having a comprehensive range of cream fitted units to include sink unit and drainer with base unit beneath, further base and drawer units with hardwood work surface over, matching wall cupboards, single door "neff" oven, separate "neff" built in combined convection microwave, double integrated fridge/freezers, centre peninsular unit with breakfast bar seating for four, five ring gas hob inset with stainless steel extractor hood, slate style tiled floor, under floor heating with thermostat, ceiling light points, ceiling mounted sound system, view to the mezzanine, wall mounted French "focus fire" spherical log burning stove inset within seperate breakfast area, door to side and double glazed french doors giving access to the rear garden and patio.
A tread staircase leads to the first floor landing with opaque double glazed window to side, boiler cupboard housing "Worcester Bosch" gas boiler providing central heating as detailed, utility cupboard with plumbing for automatic washing machine and power points, centre plaster arch, internal intercom phone and giving access to:
Two matching double door wardrobes, central heating radiator, power points, ceiling light point with plaster rose, two wall light points, cornice and double glazed sash style window to rear.
Enclosed shower cubicle with on line mixer and rain head, vanity was hand basin, low level WC with concealed cistern, space saver heated towel radiator, low wattage ceiling light points and Xplaire as fitted.
Having central heating radiator, power points, wall light point, ceiling light point and double glazed sash style window to front. Door through to:
Having white suite of freestanding bath, separate corner shower cubicle with on line mixer, "his and hers" wash hand basins, low level WC, shaver socket, quarry tile floor, column central heating radiator, door to landing and opaque double glazed window to front.
Approached via a small staircase and having central heating radiator, five ceiling light points, power points, phone point, vaulted ceiling with two "velux" sky lights inset and open gallery balustrade overlooking the breakfast kitchen, double glazed window and patio door to the roof terrace. This room could be easily converted to a fifth bedroom.
With brick wall surround, outside power point and excellent views of the rear garden.
A further staircase leads to the second floor landing with "velux" sky light and internal intercom phone.
Central heating radiator, power points, under eaves storage, ceiling light point and double glazed multi paned window to rear.
Comprising panelled bath with shower over and glazed shield, wash hand basin, low level WC, central heating radiator, "velux" sky light and low wattage ceiling light points.
Central heating radiator, ceiling light point, power points, under eaves storage and "velux" sky light.
Enclosed shower cubicle with on line mixer, wash hand basin, low level WC and radiator
The property is approached beyond a hand laid block set drive with space for 2/3 cars. Small front garden and side gate.
Comprising laid side and rear patio leading down to established lawn with side shrub and flowering borders, mature trees, rose trellis, outside lighting and timber garden shed. The gardens are fully enclosed and enjoy a good degree of privacy.
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 .
Misrepresentation act 1967
"These details are prepared as a general guide only and should not be relied upon as a basis to enter into a legal contract or to commit expenditure. Interested parties should rely solely on their own surveyors, solicitors or other professionals before committing themselves to any expenditure or other legal commitments. If any interested party wishes to rely upon information from the agent, then a request should be made and specific written confirmation provided. The agent will not be responsible for any verbal statement made by any member of staff, as only a specific written confirmation should be relied upon. The agent will not be responsible for any loss other than when specific written confirmation has been requested".
Misdescription act 1991
"The Agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services, and so does not verify that they are in working order, fit for their purpose or within the ownership of the seller. Therefore, the buyer must assume that the information given is incorrect.
Neither has the agent checked the legal documentation to verify legal status of the property. Buyers must assume that the information is incorrect until it has been verified by their solicitors or legal advisers.
The measurements supplied are for general guidance and as such must be considered incorrect. A buyer is advised to re-check the measurements him/herself before committing to any expense. Measurements may be rounded up or down to the nearest three inches, as appropriate.
Nothing concerning the type of construction or the condition of the structure is to be implied from the photograph of the property.
The sales particulars may change in the course of time and any interested party is advised to make a final inspection of the property prior to exchange of contracts".