Middle Acre is a 1920s house that comes with a little extra.
It is so spacious that it would be possible to configure the ground floor to create self-contained accommodation for guests or for a dependent relative who still wants to maintain their independence.
Located in Middlefield Lane, Hagley, Middle Acre was built in 1929, then extended after that to offer nearly 4,000 sqft of accommodation in a plot of more than half an acre.
Inside it is decorated in traditional style with some lovely period features, including parquet flooring and stained glass in the front door.
The house has a reception hall with stairs to a half landing where there are French doors out to a balcony.
There are four reception rooms, the largest of which is the drawing room. This has an Adam-style fireplace with gas coals fire as a focal point while French windows open to the back garden.
There is a good-sized dining room. For more relaxed eating, the breakfast area in the kitchen might appeal.
In the kitchen area there are oak fronted units , an island, integrated oven, hob, microwave and dishwasher. It also has two useful pantries.
There is also a study and a sitting room/snug with fireplace and gas fire plus French doors to the garden. These could be used to create the separate accommodation with the study as a bedroom, together with an adjoining shower room.
The house actually has garages at either end. A double to one and a long single with opening to a workshop at the other.
Upstairs there are five bedrooms. The master suite cannot fail to impress with its size. It is more than 20ft by 17ft. There are two walk-in wardrobes then another dressing room with wardrobes that leads to the en suite bathroom. This is also on the spacious side with a bath, separate shower, toilet and basin on a vanity unit.
Bedroom two has fitted wardrobes while bedroom three has wardrobes and an en suite shower room.
The fourth bedroom as it has a distinct area which could be used as a study, and there are also fitted wardrobes .
Bedroom five is another double room and again features fitted wardrobes.
These rooms are served by a house bathroom that has a bath, separate shower, vanity basin and toilet.
The garden is really special which can really be appreciated when it is being admired from the first floor balcony.
It is big enough to be divided into three distinct areas and includes a patio, sun terraces, shaped shrubs beds and beautifully manicured lawns. There is even a lawn which is particularly ideal for children to play in.
AGENT: Lee Shaw
TEL: 01562 888111
GUIDE PRICE: £895,000