Views across farmland and towards the Clent Hills in the distance are offered from Keewaydin, a handsome detached residence in Worcester Road, Clent.
Built in 1938, it is a well-presented house with large rooms, sitting in around 1.35 acres of mature gardens.
Already spacious, its size could be increased.
Planning consent was granted in 2011 for extensions to the back and alterations internally which would create a stunning residence.
This permission has recently elapsed but could potentially be reinstated subject to consultation.
Overall, the property has superb natural light with many rooms having windows to two sides looking out over the grounds.
Keewaydin is approached through new timber gates and down a driveway that sweeps between neat lawns to the front of the house where there is a central border and turning circle. On the left there is a detached garage.
Mature specimen conifer, shrubs and trees positioned to all sides give great privacy.
A welcoming reception hall features a gothic style staircase. Off this is a cloakroom and safe room.
Three spacious reception rooms – a drawing room, dining room and sitting room – can all be accessed from the hall. A loggia to the back also links the dining room and drawing room.
There is a fitted kitchen with Hatt suite and granite tops, Siemens fitted double oven, integrated fridge and central island with Siemens four-ring electric hob.
A walk-in pantry has a cold slab while an inner hall leads to the utility.
The first floor is centred around a galleried landing.
A twin aspect master bedroom has fitted furniture with an en suite shower room and superb views to the back.
The three remaining bedrooms are all of an excellent size and are close to the family bathroom with separate toilet.
Previous plans for alteration that were passed included an extension to the back of the drawing room and dining room, while alterations were made to provide for a snug, study and laundry.
On the first floor the master bedroom would have a dressing room and new en suite. Bedroom two would also have an en suite bathroom while a new bedroom would be created with en suite adjoining the garage.
Outside the house there is a paved area to the left hand side and beyond the garage which continues across the back.
To the rear there is a lawned area with pathway surround. After this is a border with a number of plants and shrubs including hazel, fuchsia, ornamental grass and seven young shaped yew trees. There is a further lawned area and garden shed.
Clipped laurel hedging to the left hand side and hornbeam hedge to the right frame the garden.
Though Keewaydin enjoys rural surroundings it is not isolated as it sits on the edge of the highly sought after village of Hagley which offers excellent schooling and a railway station.
Nearby Clent has become one of the gastronomic centres of the West Midlands with exceptional restaurants and pubs.
The M5 and M42 motorways are within easy reach for commuters.
AGENT: Andrew Grant
TEL: 01905 734735
GUIDE PRICE: £995,000