Newbridge Street, Wolverhampton Offers Around £625,000
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* An incredible, 6-bedroom Edwardian detached house restored to an exceptional standard with considerable potential for further development, including a second-floor space and a substantial outbuilding. Boasts four floors of beautiful accommodation appointed to a high specification, sympathetic to the property’s period charm * Hall * Downstairs WC * Drawing Room* Dining room * Library * Dining kitchen * Laundry * Utility/rear hallway with pantry off * Cellar * Master bedroom with en suite * Large family bathroom * Four further double bedrooms and one sizeable single * Large second-floor space ideal for conversion * Wonderful rear garden (Approx. 3rd of acre) with restored original brick pathway * Secluded wild glade with a stone pathway * Driveway parking to both sides * Sizeable outbuilding with power and excellent potential *
This glorious 6-bedroom, grand Edwardian detached house represents the culmination of a painstaking scheme of restoration and renovation, undertaken since 2018 by the current owners and completed to a very high standard throughout. The first occupant of the house, thought to have been a wealthy tea-merchant, spared no expense in the construction of his home and the high standard of build quality and finish can still be felt throughout, evident from the moment you step onto the elegant hallway’s expanse of Minton floor tiles. The recent renovations have included the restoration of the external timber and superb sash windows, coupled with an exacting scheme of cohesive, timeless décor with Farrow and Ball paint both inside and out, and a new heating system. Having been occupied by only four families since 1902, the house is now perfectly suited to offer a wonderful residence for many years to come, featuring a large drawing room, a charming dining room with original cast-iron range, a beautiful library, and a sizeable breakfast kitchen overlooking the lovely rear garden. The former scullery retains the original quarry tiled floor and now serves as a spacious and well-appointed laundry, while a useful utility offers access to the garden and a separate pantry, complete with the traditional cold shelf. A pleasantly square cellar is also available beneath the house, with potential for conversion if so desired. Upstairs, the property’s stunning staircase ascends to the first floor where the master bedroom is beautifully light, leading onto a stylish en suite shower room which complements the large and timeless family bathroom along the landing. Two further doubles and a good-sized single are provided on this floor, while the second floor provides two generous doubles and another large space, perfect for future conversion. Flanked by parking areas to both sides, the elegant and imposing façade of this charming home conceals a large and well-presented rear garden showcasing the original brick pathways, now uncovered and restored for posterity.
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Wolverhampton WV6 0EE