Key Features

  • Extended Semi Detached
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Off Road Parking
  • Large south facing garden
  • Utility Room
  • Downstairs WC
  • Walking distance from Olton train station
  • Close to local ammeneties
Price guide: £399,950
Map location: B92 8AP

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ON APPROACH On approach to the property off drop curb via gravel driveway way leading to front door.

HALLWAY Doors leading to office room, reception rooms one and two, and kitchen with door leading to utility room

REPTION ROOM ONE 16.’ 0″ x 10.’ 5″ (4.88m x 3.18m)

RECEPTION TWO 15.’ 1″ x 11.’ 6″ (4.6m x 3.51m)

KITCHEN/DINER 15.’ 6″ x 11.’ 6″ (4.72m x 3.51m) Comprises of karndean flooring, with matching wall and base units with walnut work top surfaces, with sink with mixer taps over, integrated fridge/freezer, grill, oven, with a four cylinder hob with extractor over, double glazed windows to rear elevation, door leading to utility room and downstairs WC, French doors leading to garden.


LANDING With doors leading off to bedrooms one, two, three four, family bathroom.

BEDROOM ONE 16.’ 0″ x 10.’ 5″ (4.88m x 3.18m)

BEDROOM TWO 15.’ 0″ x 10.’ 5″ (4.57m x 3.18m)

BEDROOM THREE 13.’ 5″ x 8.’ 7″ (4.09m x 2.62m)

BEDROOM FOUR 9.’ 9″ x 6.’ 9″ (2.97m x 2.06m)

FAMILY BATHROOM Comprise of a white bathroom suite, with sunken bath, shower, lower flush WC, pedestal sink with taps over and obscure double glazed window to rear elevation.

GARDEN Large garden which boats south facing with patio paved area, mainly laid to lawn with tree’s and shrubs.

Solihull is located 9 miles (14.5 km) southeast of Birmingham city centre and is one of the most prosperous towns in the Midlands. In November 2013, the uSwitch Quality of Life Index named Solihull the “best place to live” in the United Kingdom. Residents of Solihull and those born in the town are referred to as Silhillians. The motto of Solihull is Urbs in Rure (Town in Country).
Solihull’s name is commonly thought to have derived from the position of its parish church, St Alphege, on a ‘soily’ hill
Due to its growth, Solihull was promoted from an urban district to a municipal borough, the honour being bestowed by Princess Margaret.
In 1964, Solihull became a county borough and on this occasion the Queen bestowed the honour. In 1974, the Solihull county borough was merged with the rural district surrounding Meriden to form the Metropolitan Borough of Solihull. This also includes the districts known as Shirley, Knowle, Dorridge, Balsall Common, Castle Bromwich and Chelmsley Wood. At this time it also moved from the county of Warwickshire to the West Midlands.
Solihull has no university, but there are five universities within 16 miles of the town; three in Birmingham and two in Coventry. However, Solihull College, formerly known as the Solihull College of Technology, offers several foundation degree and full degree courses, particularly in technical subject areas such as computer sciences and engineering. It has not applied to attain university college or university status.
There is also a sixth form college located on the outskirts of the town centre. This is known as the Sixth Form College, Solihull and is where students, mainly between the ages of sixteen and eighteen, complete their secondary education.
Solihull offers a variety of shopping facilities. It has an open-air shopping centre called Mell Square which was constructed following the demolition of several terraces of Victorian houses and the original Solihull Congregational Church. In recent years, the town has undergone much development, and High Street has been pedestrianised since 1994. On 2 July 2002, a large new shopping centre, Touchwood, was opened by the Queen.
Solihull has numerous leisure facilities including a public swimming pool on the edge of Tudor Grange Park. This pool replaced the old Tudor Grange Sports Centre, which was demolished in 2007, to make way for the brand new leisure centre (A combination of the old Norman Green Athletics Centre and Tudor Grange Sports Centre). At present there are two sports centres, the more modern Tudor Grange Sports Centre, and the older North Solihull Sports Centre. There is also an outdoor wooden skateboarding and in-line skating facility in Tudor Grange Park. Sailing takes place on Olton Reservoir.
The borough is well served by numerous youth groups, both from the statutory and voluntary sector. There are several Scout groups including Knowle Sea Scout Group which is based in the south of Solihull and is sponsored by the Royal Navy providing a wide programme of activities for young people from all over Solihull aged from 6 to 18. The recently refurbished ice rink on Hobs Moat Road is home to Solihull’s ice hockey teams, the Solihull Barons, Solihull Vikings, a junior ice hockey team, the Mohawks ice racing club, as well as ice dance and figure skating clubs.