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29 Coppice Gate

£92,500

Location: Bewdley

Sale Type: for sale

Bedrooms: 2

Property Type: Unknown

Set within an area of outstanding beauty with the Wyre Forest to the rear of the property.

Imagine owning a little piece of paradise? The scenery, watching the birds of prey soar high in the air then swoop for their prey, see the deer tip toeing through the bracken, back to nature, chilling out at this much appreciated slower pace of life, in harmony with the environment. Yes life here is much slower and relaxed, and at the tempo of life we are now forced to adhere to, this is heaven! Fabulous!

The site is owned and run by a local farm proprietor. It is presented in a first class condition. The grass is closely mown and all communal areas are pristine with meticulously kept planting. In the middle of the site is a well stocked lake. The park residents have unlimited use of this lake together with other facilities on another park owned by the proprietor. This includes golf, fishing, tennis, swimming pool and badminton. Great if you are a sporty outdoor sort of person!

HALL Door to side elevation, two very useful built in cupboards one housing consumer unit and gas combination boiler which provides the domestic hot water and central heating requirements for this property as well as only being replaced 3 months ago. Radiator and ceiling light point.

CLOAKROOM Having close coupled WC suite, wall hung wash hand basin, ceiling light point, wall light point, radiator and side facing window.

LOUNGE/DINER/KITCHEN 14' 10" x 19' 4" (4.52m x 5.89m) Lounge benefits from a gas fire with surround, two side windows and side panels. French doors lead to the front decking area. There is also an aerial point, ceiling light point and radiator.

Kitchen units to wall and base with the latter boasting complimentary roll edged working surface over, single bowl mixer and partial tiling to the walls. Built in gas oven with inset gas hob, white goods including fridge freezer, microwave and washing machine, side window, ceiling light point, space for dining table, radiator, window to side and front.

BEDROOM 10' 3" x 8' 6" (3.12m x 2.59m) Double bedroom with fitted wardrobes to side, radiator, two wall lighting points and one ceiling light point

BEDROOM 10' 2" x 7' 11" (3.1m x 2.41m) Bedroom with fitted wardrobes, side window, radiator, ceiling light point and inset ceiling spots.

BATHROOM Spacious bathroom with mixer Shower over bath, WC and Pedestal wash hand basin. As well as a Ceiling light point and radiator.

OUTSIDE AREA Large decking area with amazing views to the front and to the rear of the property with plenty of room for a table and chairs as well as space for planters. There is direct access to the forest. This outside area also has lights, a tap and a shed which has electric. There is parking for several cars.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Hayden Estates have been told that the property is leasehold; however this and any other information included within should be verified.

Council Tax Band is A and payable to Shropshire Council.

Ground rent is approximately £2000. This includes the water.

Electric and gas is available through the site owner.

The property is subject to a 12 months holiday licence, whereby you must provide another address.

There is a sell on fee to the site owner at the point of sale of 15% plus VAT.

LOCAL INFORMATION Bewdley is a quaint Georgian town having a variety of amenities for locals and the visitor alike. Having doctors, (new surgery opened July 2016) dentist, vets, chemists, eating houses, and small food stores. There are many places of interest including the museum, library etc. There are markets along the river organised throughout the year and other events. There is a health club at the Ramada Hotel just outside the town.
The West Midlands Safari Park is also worth a visit and is within half a mile form the town centre.

Don't forget to visit the Railway station which hosts many events throughout the year including Thomas the Tank and the Santa special for the youngsters, theme events too for the older enthusiast including the 40s weekends.

The town also plays host to the carnival which stages events leasing up to the parade including a great fireworks display. The rowing club which is highly regarded across the country holds its regatta here and sees visitors and entrants from all over the world. The Wyre Forest with its walks and wildlife is on the doorstep too and shouldn't be overlooked.

Cleobury Mortimer with its crooked spire is a short drive distance from the park. With olde worlde shops and good eateries.

Stourport has a wide variety of shops including some small supermarkets. There is a sports arena with a swimming pool. A larger variety of shops are to be found in Kidderminster some 3 ½ miles away. The renowned Merry Hill Shopping complex is around a 20 minute drive away and boasts all the leading high street stores.

Kidderminster was once the capital throughout the world for its carpet manufacturing. The industry has survived the decline of this major employment and business and diversified into a thriving town. Old buildings which were in times gone by, full of workers and a hive of activity had fallen into disrepair. Now they have been brought back to life to provide us with some history and a new generation of occupants and usage.
The canal was used for the transport of goods and fuel for these large factories, yet now provides the back drop for the eating houses and shops etc which nestle beside the water. Many visitors will use the waterways on their narrow boats which are navigable between Kidderminster, Wolverley, Stourport and Birmingham.

Change has happened yet the town is bustling again with vibrant appealing shops and eating establishments
Wolverley Arboretum, Kinver Edge are both well visited beauty spots, so you are never far away from grand scenery and wide open spaces. The Wyre Forest boasts wonderful wildlife and many miles of footpaths.

There is a train station in Kidderminster which provides a service to Birmingham, London and Worcester and beyond which is ideal if one works in the city. There is a bus service too which runs regularly.

For supermarket shopping etc, Kidderminster Town Centre has Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda, Aldi and Morrison's, Co operative store, with many more top high street stores. There is a small cinema and leisure facilities as well as a wide selection of eating houses. There are two main retail parks just off the town centre which have varied larger stores with good parking facilities too.

Stourport is a well visited river side town with many day and holiday trippers. The river and superb renowned canal and basin area have undergone massive rejuvenation in the last few years. Indeed the basin is one of the largest in the country.

Ideal location for commuting, with a good road network to M5, M6, M42, Birmingham, Stourbridge and Wolverhampton and Worcester all within travelling distance. As we have already mentioned the Kidderminster railway station provides good frequent travel.

FIXTURES AND FITTINGS No item not specified within will be included in the sale price. However, certain items may be available by separate negotiation with the vendors.


VIEWINGS At any reasonable time, however strictly through the selling agents on 01299 405062 or 07776 361010 / 07776361025. Please be aware that full names and addresses will be taken in the interest of security.

No floorplans available.

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