The word Belle is French, it is the feminine of beau and originally came from the Latin, bella. The direct translation is beautiful. Walk usually refers to a path, road, track or lane that links two larger roads. What we now know as Belle Walk has been around for several hundred years but appears to developed for housing in the twentieth century. An attractive tree lined street in Moseley, I like the idea of its name meaning Beautiful Walk. The magnificent house is made up of spacious rooms including four double bedrooms, two with en suites, two large reception rooms and a large kitchen/dining room. The garage is huge and would lend itself to conversion to further accommodation if required (subject to the relevant consents). The plot is generous with a garden and an in and out drive to front and a mature garden to rear.
EPC Grade = D
Located just 0.4 of a mile from the OFSTED 1 rated Chilcote Primary School. This is just one of the reasons for looking at this spacious family home. The size is another reason, with three reception rooms and and a large extended kitchen there is plenty of ground floor space. Upstairs is just as spacious with four double bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor, and a fifth bedroom with en-suite on the second floor. Thanks to a ground floor shower room, there is even the option of using one of the reception rooms as a bedroom if needed. Outside there is a generous size garden as you would expect and off road parking to the front. EPC Grade = C
Search for Smirrells Road on google maps and you will discover something unusual, it appears to be a unique name. There are no other search results for Smirrells anywhere in the world. With around 100 houses on the road you could be the owner of an exclusive address. More importantly than that, Smirrells Road is an attractive tree lined street with a range of traditional detached and semi detached homes. Located a short walk from the local railway station and local amenities this extended detached house has a lot to offer. Retaining its two reception rooms, the rear one has been extended as has the kitchen. There is a downstairs bedroom and bathroom. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a family shower room. Outside there is an attractive mature garden to rear and a generous size drive to front. There is also a side garage, useful in its own right but also offering great potential for further extension, subject to the relevant consents.
EPC Grade = E
The owner informs us that this magnificent individual detached house on Russell Road was one of the first house built in the area. He believes it was originally built for the Lady Mayoress of Walsall. She decided not to move in, rather than selling the house the builder decided to move in himself. The stunning home remained in this family until the current owner purchased it and lovingly renovated and improved it. We have know written history to substantiate this fascinating word of mouth story, maybe the eventual purchaser will research it further and let us know. As well as a part in an interesting story, that purchaser will be the proud owner of a detached family home in the heart of Hall Green comprising of three generous size reception rooms, an equally well proportioned kitchen and a guest cloakroom; three double bedrooms, master with en-suite, and a family bathroom. EPC Grade = E
The first know use of the word bungalow in England is believed to date from the late 17th century. The word is believed to be derived from the Gujarati word, bangalo, meaning house in the Bengal style. Whatever the origin, it is always an exciting time when a bungalow comes on the market as it doesn't happen often enough. This one is even more exciting as it is such a fantastic detached bungalow; secluded behind a well kept hedge on an attractive tree lined street. The spacious accommodation includes two generous size bedrooms, lounge, dining room and large stylish kitchen and utility room. There is also a third reception room that could also be utilised as a third bedroom or even turned into a small self contained annex subject to the gaining of relevant consents. There are gardens to front and rear. We are informed by our vendor that there is existing planning consent for part of the front garden to be utilised as a drive to provide off road parking. EPC Grade = D
OPEN HOUSE Saturday 25th April call for detail and to book your viewing time.
The best of both worlds, located on a quiet and pleasant road but just a short distance from Birmingham city centre (The Bullring shopping centre is around five miles away), and just three miles from University of Birmingham. The well presented bungalow is offered with no upward chain and comprises of: a large lounge/dining room, fitted kitchen, three good size bedrooms, a bathroom and a shower room. Outside there are gardens to front and rear. Also benafiting from double glazing and central heating.
EPC Grade = =D
Etwall is a small village in Derbyshire, it feels somehow appropriate that Etwall Road borrows its name from a village. Located on a quiet side of Hall Green on one of its delightful tree-lined streets, walking distance to local shops and railway station. Anyone who doesn't know the houses on Etwall Road will be pleasantly surprised by the generous room sizes the properties offer including three good size bedrooms and two reception rooms. The side garage lends the opportunity for future extension subject to obtaining the relevant consents. As you would expect at this price, the property does require modernising giving a buyer the chance to but their own stamp on a lovely old house. EPC Grade = F
The stunning bathroom in this house will give you a taste of what the rest of the house could be. Most buyers will want to update the kitchen, and the decoration is best described as a blank canvass. This gives a buyer a fantastic opportunity to take advantage of the fantastic room sizes and update to their own taste. Best of all at such a competitive price for a detached family home you can afford to turn it into your dream home.
EPC Grade = D
Size isn't everything, but this detached family home is so much more than a large house. Extremely well presented and thoughtfully well-laid-out with spacious usable rooms. On the ground floor there is a large and a attractive lounge. A spacious kitchen diner with an stylish fitted kitchen. A second reception room used as a games room. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, the master having a fantastic en-suite bathroom. There is also a family shower room. Outside there is a low maintenance garden to rear and off road parking to front. Well located from transport links as well as Birmingham City Centre and Birmingham International Airport. EPC Grade = E
OPEN HOUSE - Saturday 26th September - call now to book your viewing slot.
As many apples as you can eat! That isn't a fruit based bribe, more a suggestion to the future buyer of this house. As if being on a delightful tree lined street isn't enough, there is a magnificent apple tree in the rear garden. That is only one little reason for buying this traditional family home; those who know the area will know that Primrose Croft a quiet and attractive cul-de-sac. What you may not know is the houses on this road have generously sized rooms including a decent sized third bedroom. Requiring some updating as you would expect at such a competitive asking price. The kitchen has been extended to a generous size, and with a side garage the property has huge potential for further extensions, subject to the relevant planning consent.
EPC Grade = E