Broad Oak, Six Ashes WV15 6EQ, UK
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Andrew Grant Stourbridge and Wyre Forest Agent Valuation of this property is £325,000
Tuscano represents the most exciting opportunity to purchase a sizeable period cottage directly bordering countryside at the rear. For the last thirteen years the ground-floor of the property has been devoted to an Italian restaurant with the first-floor above providing onsite living accommodation for the owners. Thus, the current arrangement would be fantastic for somebody who wishes to continue the commercial element, especially as the main road location lends itself very well to several ventures ranging from tearooms to shops, stores, beauticians or any other business that benefits from having regular passing trade or being easily accessible.
The other option, which the property equally lends itself to is the conversion back to a purely residential home which would involve reconfiguration of the interior including the reinstatement of the main staircase which was previously taken out. The property offers such a substantial footprint that once complete it is quite easy to see that a spacious period home could readily be achieved from such a process. As the property generally needs refurbishment and some external renovations this reinstatement could form part of the whole scheme to improve. The vendor informs us that as part of the general maintenance the main pitched roof and the flat roof at the rear of the building require some attention.
The property is approached by a substantial driveway to the front which provides parking for multiple vehicles. From here a double-glazed front door leads to a spacious reception area with a counter, originally used as the foyer for the restaurant. This reception space is open plan to the main lounge and includes wall lights, tiled flooring and a door leading a downstairs cloakroom WC.
The expansive main living area is very spacious and light and was previously the main dining section for the restaurant. Comprising an open fire, three radiators, four double-glazed windows with nice views, wall lights and doors leading to the kitchen and a second cloakroom/WC. The kitchen area is generous in size and could quite readily be fitted out as a residential family kitchen diner.
The first-floor living accommodation is separate from the ground-floor and has a different entrance via the side and rear of the building. Once inside you are greeted by a spacious kitchen with a comprehensive range of wall and base units, an oven and hob with extractor above, an integrated fridge freezer, space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher, dual aspect windows providing nice countryside views and doors leading to the living room and bedrooms. The first-floor living room is light and airy and has dual aspect windows again with lovely views.
The larger of the two double bedrooms enjoys excellent rural views to the rear across countryside. The main bedroom also benefits from an adjoining en suite bathroom with tiled walls, down lighters, a panelled bath, chrome towel radiator, pedestal wash basin and low-level WC.
At the rear of the property is a nicely secluded area of garden which directly borders fields, providing the owner with a tranquil rural backdrop to sit and enjoy. The garden includes a raised lawn with walkway leading to the first-floor accommodation. There is great potential to create a rooftop terrace/balcony on the flat roofed section at the rear of the building which would provide great views of the surrounding countryside.
The property has oil fired central heating on the first-floor and an lpg system on the ground-floor which is currently not in use. The property also has private drainage we believe.
We understand from the sellers that a section of the frontage/parking area is not legally registered under the title of Tuscano. The current owners have utilised the area in question for over 12 years and this has never been questioned, strongly suggesting that other parties are unlikely to contest this arrangement in the future. We would recommend that prospective buyers seek solicitors’ advice on the best course of action to tackle this anomaly.
Six Ashes is an extremely pretty village surrounded by the most delightful woodland and countryside this area has to offer. For those who love the outdoors and are moving to be closer to nature this is an ideal spot. With rights of way leading from the village to amazing nearby green spaces such as the Sheepwalks and Romsley. There are many other beauty spots within a short drive of here including the National Trust reserve at Kinver and miles of fantastic riverside easily accessible from several nearby villages such as Alveley and Quatt. Close by at the village of Six Ashes is a church, village hall and country pub and easy access to Bridgnorth and Stourbridge which both offer a wider range of amenities. The beautiful riverside town of Bridgnorth is around six miles away and is great to have on the doorstep, providing excellent practical amenities including large supermarkets alongside great local attractions including the Severn Valley steam railway which provides scenic journeys from here along the river. There is also an abundance of pubs and restaurants affording lively nightlife to enjoy.
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