* A generously proportioned 3-bedroom, semi-detached Victorian house immediately overlooking Bantock Park, with immense potential and direct access to the park opposite the property. Features an impressively spacious breakfast kitchen with Aga, a large master bedroom, a wonderful lounge with a stunning bay window, and an extensive garden with space to create a garden office. * Hall * Wonderful lounge * Dining room * Sizeable breakfast kitchen with Aga and sitting area * Dry storage cellar * Three excellent double bedrooms * Spacious bathroom * Driveway parking * Large mature garden with space to create garden room/office * Garage workshop with WC * Enclosed yard to side *
Sitting on the edge of glorious Bantock park, this generously proportioned, 3-bedroom semi-detached period property dates back to the 1870s and affords wonderful views across the Park’s 40 acres of tranquil greenery, with a delightful café, museum, and children’s play area. The property’s frontage is directly opposite an entrance to the park offering immediate access, a true suburban dream home ideal for families, dog-owners, or those looking for a more peaceful lifestyle. Astonishingly, this charming house has remained with the same four families since 1874, demonstrating how seldom properties come to market on this desirable street. Located within the Bantock Conservation Area, the property is surrounded by similarly attractive Victorian homes and retains a remarkable amount of its original character, including deep skirting boards, sash windows, elegant coving and panelled interior doors. The lounge is a particularly impressive space, having a stunning bay window and a substantial Victorian fireplace with period tiles. The dining room also enjoys a fireplace with traditional tiling and the two rooms could easily be combined to create one large reception space, with considerable character and windows to front and rear. The breakfast kitchen is of generous proportions with plenty of dining and living space, a traditional Aga cooker, and a full width, sliding glass door offering wonderful views of the large garden. Two spacious double bedrooms are available on the first floor, including the master bedroom, which has two windows, views of the Park, and potential to split the space creating an additional room or en suite. The bathroom is of an excellent size with considerable built-in storage and the property enjoys the benefit of a third sizeable double bedroom on the second floor, pleasantly light and spacious with a full-height ceiling, under-eaves storage, and both a Velux window and a large sash window. Driveway parking is available at the front elevation and the property offers a dry storage cellar, a large rear garden with space to construct a detached garden room, an enclosed yard to the side, and a garage workshop with inspection pit, RSJ, and WC.
This excellent Victorian home enjoys an enviable position directly opposite an entrance to the verdant, open spaces of Bantock Park, a large public park surrounding the historic Bantock House museum and gardens. Ideal for families, the park offers a lovely café, approximately 40 acres of parkland and a children’s play area, all just a stone’s throw from the house. Well-situated for family living, this charming property is within walking distance of a very good selection of schools, including Uplands Junior. Westacre Infants and Smestow School can both be found close at hand. The property is exceptionally convenient for the city centre, less than a mile and a half away, with a bus stop located approximately 450ft from the front door, yet the Shropshire border and miles of open countryside can be sought only six miles from the property. Proximity to both the A449 and A41 facilitates easy commuting to surrounding conurbations, with motorway access nearby, and Wolverhampton station can be reached in ten minutes, offering services to Birmingham within 15 minutes and swift travel to London, Manchester, and beyond.