A much loved and beautifully presented, end terrace home, providing stunning living space including a recently refitted, high quality kitchen. The property has a colourful, mature, well stocked rear garden and off road parking.
The property has recently undergone a programme of improvement and has striking French oak flooring in the entrance hall as well as in the sitting/dining room, which also has shutters to the front. The house is set back from the road, behind a predominantly hard landscaped front garden, which provides parking.
There is a welcoming entrance hall with the staircase leading up to the first floor and a modern cloakroom off. The kitchen is fitted to a high standard with a range of quality cabinets set below oak working surfaces and matching wall mounted cabinets over. There is a built-in oven and hob with extractor over; integrated fridge freezer, space for a washing machine and a door leading out to the garden. The adjacent sitting / dining room is a lovely, bright, dual aspect room, with a window to the front and patio doors opening to the rear; the room is spacious and has plenty of room for sitting and dining with a small internal window connecting through to the kitchen.
On the first floor the landing opens to a modern bathroom fitted with a w.c., hand-basin and bath with shower over, and there are three bedrooms, two doubles and a single, with the second bedroom having fitted cupboards and drawers.
Outside, there is a meticulously maintained rear garden, planted with an array of shrubs and perennials arranged around an area of lawn. There is a private seating area set behind the studio / workshop and an area of gravel adjacent to the house which leads around to an undercover storage space to the side of the property. At the far end there is a state-of-the-art compost bin and a wildlife pond.
Ditton Fields is a very practical and thriving place to live, with Newmarket Road’s major retail parks, supermarkets and leisure facilities nearby.
It is just a couple of miles from the historic city centre and close to the pleasant riverside open space of Stourbridge Common.
There is primary schooling at Abbey which feeds into Coleridge Community College, which is part of the Parkside Federation.