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27 Wood Lane

Sutton Coldfield Detached Home





  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • Three Sizeable and Multipurpose Reception Rooms
  • Recently Reconstructed
  • 1/4 acre plot with large rear garden
  • Over 2000sqft of modern living
  • Privately Gated Frontage with tarmacked driveway
  • Integral Garage
  • Close proximity to outstanding local schools
  • En-suite shower room to Master Bedroom
  • Utility room and Ground floor shower room

Offers Over £800,000

Would you like a spacious home with sleek lines and contemporary, high-quality fixtures and fittings? Welcome to this beautiful, recently reconstructed, detached family home with 4-beds and 3-receptions that’s ready for you to arrange your furniture. The only snag is deciding which room to use!

Property Description

This property sits on a residential road of similarly individual detached homes. Enter through double gates into the newly tarmacked frontage, bordered by a fence to the right and wall to the front and left, with hedging to the front and side. The integral garage is ahead of you to the right, and there’s plenty of parking for at least four vehicles. The front door with full-height glass panels on either side leads into the nice-sized hall, with a pale wood floor that runs through all the reception rooms. To the left is the third reception room to the front elevation. This could have multiple uses; a very large study, library, snug, child’s playroom, or for older children to entertain separately from the adults. Go to the end of the hall, and the dining room is on the right, again overlooking the front. A lovely light room with wood panelling style wallpaper to one wall and easily enough room for a six-seater table plus other furniture. The entrance to the kitchen is at the end of the hallway. Fitted with white units almost the whole length of the right-hand wall, including a built-in oven and microwave. An induction hob, with a steel chimney extractor fan over, is situated halfway down the sweep of units. A clear glass splashback completes the run of units. An island with more storage hosts the sink, and the worktop overhangs, creating a long breakfast bar, easily seating eight. Pale floor tiles and ceiling spotlights add to the clean, sleek, and crisp lines of the room. A treble, fully glazed set of patio doors open out to the rear garden and help flood the room with light. You can easily imagine guests gathering around the island with glasses of wine in hand, popping in and out of the garden to chat while a meal is prepared. Or children doing homework before the family meal! A utility room is tucked off to the right at the end of the kitchen, and a guest cloakroom is off the utility which offers the ground floor w.c. The lounge is at the rear of the property, off the kitchen. This substantial room, with ceiling spotlights and one wall taken with two sets of double patio doors, is flooded with light. The décor is neutral, with a bolder block of colour on the chimney breast which has a modern flush-mounted gas fire. With heaps of room and many options for furniture arrangement, this brilliant space could be anything from modern elegance to cosy opulence. From the hall, the staircase curves upstairs to a nice sized landing. The master bedroom is immediately on the right and runs from the front to the rear of the house. It’s a large room with a plush carpet, decorated in a pale, neutral tone with a stunning feature wall in blue. The window to the front is set into the eaves giving a characterful detail to the room. To the back is the ensuite wet room, fully tiled in white against the mid-grey floor tiles. There is a rainfall shower at the far end under the skylight window, a white enamel sink with cupboards under and a traditional horizontal steel radiator – a feature in itself. From the top of the stairs, turn left, and the bathroom is at the rear of the house. Fully tiled floor and walls in a warm neutral tone, broken with a decorative mosaic design, white ceiling, and sanitary ware, create a clean, modern look. It has an L-shaped bath with a shower over and a large glass shower screen, sink with vanity unit, WC, and heated towel rail. The landing continues down a corridor to the remainder of the rooms. Bedroom 3, with a window in the eaves, is to the right overlooking the front. Bedroom 4, with a skylight window, is to the left, at the rear. Similar in size, they are comfortable doubles, with neutral décor and carpeting. At the end of the corridor is Bedroom 2. A large room almost mirroring the master bedroom, runs from front to back with windows at both ends – the front set into the eaves and a skylight to the rear. It has a run of white shaker-style fitted wardrobes. The rear garden is a lovely size, nicely private, and designed for relaxation, entertainment, and play. A patio runs the whole width of the house and flows to a lower level via a set of five steps, all encased in railway sleepers that enhance the natural tone of the paving. Box hedging with hidden spotlights creates a frame between the levels. The lower patio is a substantial area, currently split into dining on one side and comfortable relaxation on the other. The lawn runs to the bottom of the garden where the shed is tucked out of the way. The current owners have a selection of children’s play equipment towards the far end, demonstrating how many different activities this garden can accommodate! A path runs from the side access to the bottom of the garden and across to the shed – very hand when it’s wet! The entire garden is bordered by a mix of mature shrubs and trees making the outlook an attractive mix of greens and spring blossoms. This home is perfect for a large family, offering plenty of space for multiple simultaneous activities. It would equally suit a smaller family who entertains visitors regularly. We can’t fault the attention given to the recent improvements and if you want somewhere that doesn’t need work, this is definitely worth a visit. Just minutes from Streetly, with its fine coffee shops and restaurants, and with highly regarded schools locally, this home is in a great family-friendly location. Whether you work from home or need to commute, there are good links to many West Midlands towns or cities.

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