Westfield Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
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Westfield Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
89-91 Cornwall Street, Birmingham, West Midlands
An attractive detached house in Edgbaston's premier road offering fantastic scope for significant extensions (subject to consents) to create a substantial modern family home set within a plot of around half an acre.SituationEdgbaston is an exclusive suburb of Birmingham, rich in history and being part of one of England's largest urban conservation areas. Much of Edgbaston comes under the control of the renowned Calthorpe Estate which is committed to preserving the quality and original character of the area and the properties within it, making this a most desirable and enjoyable place to live.Birmingham boasts some of the best shopping in Europe with the superb Bullring Shopping Centre containing over 140 shops including a flagship Selfridges department store. The exclusive Mailbox development is host to a range of designer stores including Armani and Harvey Nichols.Nearby Broad Street features Brindleyplace, an extensive leisure and business area around the canal network. It includes the International Convention Centre, the National Indoor Area, several excellent theatres, and the world-renowned Symphony Hall, home to one of the leading orchestras in Europe.The Edgbaston Priory Tennis and Squash Club, Edgbaston Golf Club, the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Winterbourne Botanic Gardens and the Martineau Gardens are close by.A wide range of leading schools is available in the vicinity both in the private and state sectors. In the private sector they include Hallfield Preparatory School, West House School, Blue Coat School, Edgbaston High School for Girls, St George's School and The Priory School, King Edward's School and King Edward VI High School for Girls. In the state sector, Chad Vale Primary School and Harborne Academy are both within a quarter of a mile.The highly respected Birmingham University's main campus is approximately a mile away whilst Birmingham City University's Westbourne Road campus is less than half a mile distant.Superb medical facilities in the area include the redeveloped £550 million Queen Elizabeth Hospital which provides state of the art medical facilities for the region. The Edgbaston and Priory Hospitals are nearby, and The Birmingham Children's Hospital and City Hospital are within two and three miles respectively.Description89 Westfield Road is a traditional 1920's detached house set well back from Westfield Road in a fabulous plot of approximately half an acre. With existing accommodation extending in all to some 3,165 sq ft (294 sq m) the house is ample in size as it currently stands but there is obvious potential for side and rear extensions as well as a loft conversion if desired (all subject to obtaining the necessary consents). The scope of this potential is such that, if able to be fully exploited, this could become one of Westfield Road's most valuable properties.AccommodationThis most charming character property is entered via a solid oak front door into the impressive reception hall which has original oak panelling to the walls as well as original oak flooring. There are two leaded light windows to the front either side of the front door and there is an under-stairs cloaks cupboard, adjacent to which is the cloakroom WC. Doors radiate off the hall to the three reception rooms and breakfast kitchen.The drawing room has double doors opening from the hall and is a pleasant dual aspect room with leaded light windows to the front and rear and interesting plaster detailing to the ceiling adding character. Leaded glass double doors open into a garden room which is a delightful place to sit and enjoy the view of the large private front garden whilst the sun streams in through the large south facing window. A door off the garden room leads out to the rear garden.The dining room also has double doors opening from the hall, as well as a further door linking it directly to the kitchen. There is a wide leaded light window to the front, oak panelling to the walls, oak strip flooring, a tiled fireplace with stone surround, and decorative plasterwork to the ceiling.The breakfast kitchen is situated to the rear of the house overlooking the garden. There is a fitted corner bench seat in the breakfast area and whilst the kitchen units might be considered dated the kitchen is entirely functional and certainly adequate for use whilst a new buyer makes plans for renovations. A door off the kitchen leads into a cosy morning room which has windows overlooking the garden and a further door providing direct access to the hall. A further door off the kitchen opens into the large covered side area/utility area with various outbuildings.The oak panelled staircase from the reception hall leads up to the landing off which the four existing bedrooms radiate. From the landing a loft access hatch with pull down ladder reveals a particularly large loft area, ideal for storage but ripe for conversion to additional bedroom and bathroom accommodation if required.The master bedroom is a large room with windows to the front and side elevations. There is a walk-in wardrobe as well as a walk-through wardrobe leading to the sizeable en suite bathroom.Bedroom two is also a large double room with windows to the front and side and has a built-in wardrobe as well as a wash basin. Bedrooms three and four whilst smaller rooms both have a pleasant outlook over the rear garden. The bedrooms are served by a good sized house bathroom and separate WC.OutsideTo the front of the house is a sizeable foregarden set behind a high laurel hedge and close boarded fence to Westfield Road. The foregarden is primarily lawned but with planted beds and borders providing additional interest and greenery. The property is entered from Westfield Road through tall brick pillars up a long tarmacadam driveway which opens out to form parking for several cars. Timber double doors open off the drive into a large covered area to the side of the house which in turn leads to a single garage with side-sliding door. The covered side area is an ideal utility and storage area and also has a boiler room housing the gas central heating boiler, and a separate gardener's loo. There is a door from the covered side area leading into the kitchen and a further door to the rear leading out to the garden.The rear garden is an excellent size with a large paved terrace running the full width of the house from which steps lead down to the substantial lawn. The plot is flanked by mature trees and shrubs to give a good degree of screening and privacy as well as a green and pleasant outlook from the house and elevated terrace.We have measured the total area of the plot to be in the order of 0.49 acre (0.2 hectare).General informationTenure: The property is Freehold. The Agent has not checked the legal documents to verify the Freehold status of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or Surveyor. The property is situated on the Calthorpe Estate and is subject to the Estate's Scheme of Management, a copy of which is available upon request.Services: All mains services are understood to be available and connected. The property is heated by gas fired central heating.Fixtures and Fittings: All fixtures and fittings mentioned in these particulars of sale are included in the asking price. All others are specifically excluded, but some items may be available by separate negotiation.Viewing: Strictly by prior appointment with the Selling Agents: Robert Powell, 7 Church Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 3SH. Telephone No: Regulated by RICS.
Located on a much sought after road in the heart of leafy Edgbaston is this most impressive double fronted Georgian property. Taking great care to retain the character and wealth of stunning original features, the extensive renovation together with the engagement of a renowned London Interior Designer, has delivered a most outstanding and elegant family residence throughout.Accommodation - The property offers over 5000 sq ft of accommodation laid out across three floors, including a basement conversion. Briefly comprising of: A fabulous reception hall, guest cloakroom/wc, ground floor bedroom and en-suite, library/sitting room, drawing room, outstanding breakfast/kitchen/family room/dining room and a utility/boot room. The lower ground floor has been converted into a lovely snug, a gym and bathroom, together with three large storage arches and extensive further basement space available for ongoing conversion. Upstairs there are six superb bedrooms, with the master suite having a dressing room, en-suite and balcony overlooking the rear garden. There is also a large family bathroom and a separate shower room. Outside, the gravelled drive frontage is extremely spacious with ample off road parking and privately screened, there is also access to the rear courtyard and double garage. To the rear of the property is an original coach house and outbuildings offering further conversion potential and a charming blue brick courtyard with a wrought iron gate leading to the extensive and beautifully presented walled garden beyond.Seller Insight - I fell in love with this house immediately, says the current owner of 38, Carpenter Road. We were relocating from London and I have always loved double-fronted Georgian properties. When I first saw the pictures of those gorgeous front bay windows and the coach houses, I had a really good feeling about the house. Once we had looked around and caught a glimpse of the garden and those vast (and as Ive discovered, very unique) sash windows, I was completely sold!Since moving in, the owners have made extensive improvements to the property. There isnt an inch of the house that we havent either plastered, insulated, knocked-through, re-designed or painted! When we bought the property, it had been lovingly restored 40 years earlier by the family who had lived here, but it was in need of a lot of updating. We knocked through 3 rooms to create a large, airy, open plan kitchen. The whole house has been rewired and re-plumbed, and every single sash window replaced with double-glazing to retain the stunning Georgian look without compromising on noise and warmth. Weve added a couple of extra bathrooms, and an upstairs laundry room. The master suite is a converted granny-annex complete with large dressing area and en suite bathroom, while the wine cellar has been transformed into a playroom and gym.A favourite space in the house is the open plan kitchen and living area. With four young children, our kitchen has very much been the heart of the house - we have laughed, cried, dined and danced on the table (literally!) in that room. Every time I walk through the kitchen door, I feel an immediate sense of home. I love the colours, the garden vista, and on a more practical level, the layout and all the cupboard space works really well for our busy family. Extra large double French doors lead out on to the large patio, which is a wonderful sun-trap from Easter right up to the last drops of those Autumn rays. And then when winter comes, we can light the wood burner and snuggle up on the sofa.Theres so much that I love about this house, but a favourite feature would have to be the unique oversized sash windows at the back of the house. They create such a beautiful symmetry as you look back at the house from the garden.This is a fantastic area in which to live, the house being just 2 minutes walk from the local co-op for all food essentials, and a 5 minute drive (or 25 minute walk) from Grand Central and the bullring. Plus, the neighbours are all lovely!The garden is simply stunning. Having such a large garden so close to the city centre feels like such a treat, plus the large patio area is a total sun trap. Its incredibly peaceful and relaxing out there, and many a late evening G&T has been enjoyed as the sun has gone down!We just adore entertaining and one of the joys of this house is that is seems to effortlessly absorb a lot of people! Whether its hoards of relatives over Christmas, or more than one hundred guests for a special birthday party, its just a fantastic house for filling with people. We deliberately used stone floor tiles for most of the ground floor so its very easy to clean up afterwards!
This wonderful double fronted six bedroom detached Georgian residence is situated in a generous plot of circa 1 acre within a prime residential area of Edgbaston. Here's what the owners have to say"We absolutely love living in our home. It is a perfect combination of heritage and contemporary, city and rural, and convenience and tranquillity. Spacious rooms with original features and individual characters in a nearly 200-year old beautiful Grade II listed house, provide all the space we need for modern family living. Ten minutes away from the city centre, the house is ideally located for us who enjoy the rich city life while the landscaped garden offers an enjoyable escape to the serenity of nature."frontageA gravel through driveway has mature bushes trees, flower beds and shrubbery encompassed by dwarf walls and mature hedgerow.HallwayAn inner vestibule leads to the wooden and stained glass doorway with Minton flooring, high ceilings, high skirting boards and period features throughout.Dining roomBeautiful wooden flooring, feature open fireplace, period features and wonderful triple glazed sash windows.Sitting roomSuperb feature fireplace with a dual fuel burner, wooden flooring, period features and French doors leading through to the orangery.OrangeryDelightful room with plenty of space for entertaining with mature trees, shrubbery and flower beds incorporated within the structure, stone flooring and two sets of double doors leading out to the patio area.StudyA lovely snug or study with a fabulous wooden fireplace, bookshelves, cornices all intricately carved with a large sash window with wooden shutters and wooden flooring.Breakfast kitchenA family dining area with a dual fuel burner in the feature chimney breast, wooden flooring and sash window to the front The kitchen has tiled flooring, a good range of base and eye level units, breakfast bar, built in cooker, hob and extractor, wooden double glazed window overlooking the rear garden and a wooden and glazed door leading into the pantry with an American style fridge freezer.Utility roomSpace for washing machine and tumble dryer with a further sink unit and storage cupboards.WorkshopCurrently used as a studio and workshop but with potential as a gym or garden office with doors leading out to the rear garden and patio.Study/store roomA further wooden stairway leads to further space, currently used for storage but would make a great study or play den with beautiful stained and leaded arched windows looking out to the rear garden.CloakroomLovely Minton flooring, low level WC, period features and sink unit with cupboard beneathcellarGood size cellar ideal for storage, plenty of space for wine with possibilities for development into an extra room with the correct tanking procedure.StairwayA beautiful wooden balustrade leads to the gallery landing with a wonderful view to the rear garden via the wooden sash window.Master bedroomLovely light room with two triple glazed sash windows overlooking the rear garden, period features and wooden door leading to .....Ensuite bathroomhaving a large fully enclosed and tiled shower cubicle, his and hers sink units with built in cupboards, two chrome towel rails, low flush WC, tiled splash backs and sash window overlooking the side aspect.Bedroom twoExcellent large room with triple glazed bay window overlooking the frontage and further triple glazed sash window and period features.Family bathroomThis family bathroom has tiled flooring, bath with shower over, low level WC, sink unit with built in cupboard. Chrome towel rail, tiled splash backs and extractor.Bedroom threeA cast iron fireplace with a large triple glazed bay window, period features and plenty of space for a variety of furniture.Bedroom fourTriple glazed sash windows overlook the frontage with cast iron fireplace, period features and space for bedroom furniture.Bathroom threeFurther family bathroom having a bath with shower over, low level WC, wash hand basin with built in cupboards, chrome towel rail tiled splash backs and triple glazed sash window overlooking the rear garden.StairwayThe stairway leads to a second floor landing with two wooden doors to the two bedrooms.Bedroom fiveGood size room with double glazed sash window overlooking the side aspect and attic storage areas..Bedroom sixFurther room currently used for storage but with plenty of scope for a double bedroom.GarageThe garage is mainly used for storage with access at the front via double wooden doors and further access at the rear into the utility area.Rear gardenA truly spectacular fully landscaped garden specifically designed for entertaining, relaxing and playing with specific areas for sports, cooking or simply sitting in the quiet with a book and listening to the stream. The patio area is ideal for entertaining and pathways and arbours then take you around the various sections of the garden. A lawn area is ideal for sports for young and old alike and then a further lawn area is ideal for picnics. Further down is the fruit tree selection with mature apple and plum trees and established plants. At the rear of the plot is a beautifully designed "Japanese style" garden incorporating a stream which opens to ornamental lakes with bridges over, mature trees and shrubbery and peaceful areas to sit and relax.
This superbly well-appointed home is therefore ideally suited for family occupation and entertaining purposes, with a large central reception hall leading off to the three generously proportioned reception rooms, as well as to the separate breakfast room and high quality breakfast kitchen, which has separate access out onto the secure side courtyard and outbuilding, which is currently used as a gym (with under floor heating). Further versatility is provided by the very well-appointed 2 storey coach house/annexe, ideally suited as separate guest accommodation, or which could alternatively be used to provide a useful rental income if required.Entrance The house has a pillared portico entrance porch with quarry tiled floor and a panelled front door that leads through into the main entrance vestibule, which has a modern cloakroom off.Ground Floor AccomodationReception HallHaving a large central reception hall with oak flooring, featuring an arched display alcove and feature fireplace recess, with a gas coal effect fire inset. Access to the principal reception rooms, breakfast room, and splendid fitted kitchen/breakfast room.Side HallA side tiled floor hall with a south westerly aspect has a useful under stairs storage cupboard and a double glazed door gives access onto the side terrace and gardens.Main Drawing RoomHaving double glazed French doors that lead out onto the rear terrace, the main drawing room has oak flooring and is 21' in length, a wall recess with flat screen Panasonic television and built in Keff speaker system (as well as the amplifiers, Blu Ray dvd, and Sky all being wired in). The rear garden room is connected by a double glazed door that enjoys a fine aspect over the south east facing gardens. A feature central atrium and French doors lead out onto the rear terrace.Formal Dining RoomHaving a bay window to the south east aspect and French doors leading to the rear terrace, the formal dining room has oak flooring, an open fire inglenook fireplace with stone surround and slate hearth, with fitted base storage cupboards to side..Front Sitting RoomThe front sitting room having a dual aspect and oak flooring with a Victorian style fireplace surround, with a tiled hearth.Kitchen/Breakfast RoomThis superb fitted kitchen/breakfast room, has oak flooring, and comprises of a comprehensive range of fitted base and wall mounted cupboards, incorporating a central dresser unit with concealed coffee/tea making shelf, additional storage with drawers and shelving within. A deep stainless steel one and a half bowl sink with single drainer unit with mixer tap and separate instant hot water tap. A large central island unit with Corian worktop and timber top breakfast bar area to the one side, A range of integrated Siemens appliances to include full length concealed fridge and a separate freezer, dishwasher, ceramic induction hob and Teriyaki hot plate, with integrated pop up vertical extractor fan. An open arch leads to a second kitchen.KitchenThe open arch leads to the second kitchen having double glazed French doors that lead out to a side courtyard. Having a range of fitted cupboards, a deep single stainless steel unit. A range of Siemens integrated appliances that include a 5 ring gas hob with an extractor over, microwave/oven/grill, 2 oven/grills, separate steam oven and a Miele dishwasher. A useful walk in larder.Breakfast RoomA separate breakfast room with oak flooring connects to both the main kitchen and drawing room. A secondary staircase leads to the first floor accommodation and a door gives access to cellars, with two storage compartments with one housing the gas fired central heating boiler.First Floor AccomodationFirst Floor LandingA staircase leads up to the three quarter height landing, with a feature double glazed picture window, allowing for natural light. The first landing has oak flooring and a roof light and has doors leading to the main bedroom accommodationMaster BedroomThe dual aspect master bedroom has oak flooring, a tv/seating area with access to a fitted dressing room, and luxury en-suite shower room.Master En-SuiteA luxury en-suite shower room comprising of a wc, vanity unit with dual sinks, walk in shower cubicle and under floor heating,Bedroom TwoHaving oak flooring with dual aspect room, a door leads to a luxury en suite shower room.Bedroom Two En-SuiteHaving wc, shower cubicle and sinks and benefitting from under floor heating.Bedroom ThreeHaving oak flooring, a walk in wardrobe and door to en suite shower room.Bedroom Three En-Suite Having wc, shower cubicle, sink and benefitting from under floor heating.Bedroom FourHaving oak flooring, a fitted wardrobe together wirh a dressing table unit and matching bedside tables.Family BathroomHaving wc, an air bath with shower attachment over and a vanity unit housing dual sinks.Study/Bedroom FiveHaving oak flooring and feature porthole style windows to the front aspect and currently fitted with quality office furniture this would make an ideal home office or alternatively easily turned back into a fifth bedroom.Second FloorA central landing has storage within the eaves, and leads off to:Bedroom SixCurrently being used has a cinema room.Bedroom SevenAn additional guest bedroom.ApproachThe property is approached via electronically operated entrance gates with feature matching railings to the front boundary. A deep set driveway to the front allows for secure parking and gives access to both the Coach House and double garage.Coach House/AnnexeA very well appointed two bedroom coach house, offering a great deal of versatility in its use, either as an excellent guest suite/dependent relatives, or to provide a useful rental income.Coach House Ground FloorHallway having a shower room off, which leads directly into the open plan living space, with a fitted kitchen/dining room, opening out into the sitting room, with sliding double glazed doors opening out onto the decked rear terrace area.Coach House First FloorHaving a galleried bedroom with dressing area, and access to an en-suite bathroom.Out BuildingDirectly to the north east aspect of the house, is a secure side courtyard. The current outbuilding is being used has a gym and has under floor heating and double glazed French doors. A useful gardeners wc is located nearby.Mature GardensTo the rear of the property are mature landscaped gardens that offer both privacy and seclusion. From the main house access can be gained to the upper level seating terrace, wide stone steps lead to a flagstone terrace with additional seating, The area has both level lawns and a beautiful copper beech tree as a feature. A rose arbor central gravel walkway leads to a garden shed with planted borders to side. To the rear of the Coach Houses is a further garden with terrace and timber decked seating area.
A magnificent Victorian gentleman's residence of exceptional quality, occupying a stunning plot of approximately 0.7 acre in a prime section of one of Edgbaston's most favoured roads.LocationWestfield Road is widely regarded as one of Edgbaston's most desirable roads and boasts some of the area's most impressive properties. Westfield Road is conveniently located for access to Birmingham City Centre which lies less than three miles to the east. Local shopping as well as bars and restaurants are available at nearby Five Ways or in neighbouring Harborne, both of which are within a mile.Description17 Westfield Road enjoys a particularly wide frontage of over 100ft (31m) which combines with distinctive architectural features to make it one of the most striking properties on the road. Attractive red brick elevations with ornate brickwork and stonework are complimented by a number of impressive stone mullioned windows, large bays and decorative leaded and stained glazing.The present owners have enjoyed many happy years in the property and over that time have lovingly refurbished and maintained the house and gardens to an exacting standard.AccommodationThe accommodation is laid out principally over three floors (plus cellars) extending in all to some 6992 sq ft (650 sq m).The property is entered via solid wood double front doors leading into an enclosed entrance porch. A charming leaded and stained glass inner front door opens into the large but inviting reception hall which has beautiful oak parquet flooring and decorative leaded and stained glass windows to the front.Off the hall radiate the three fine reception rooms; all with generous proportions and all with their own charming features. The dining room has part wood panelled walls and an attractive bay window to the front. The Drawing Room has parquet flooring continuing through from the hall, a large bay window with central double doors to the rear garden, and an attractive inglenook fireplace with decorative windows either side and a polished mahogany fire surround, slate hearth and coal effect gas fire. The sitting room also has a large bay window to the rear with central double doors, parquet flooring, recessed arch to one wall with fitted bookcase, an impressive fireplace with marble insert and carved wood surround, and decorative plaster detailing to the ceiling.The dining kitchen is to the front of the house and is a sociable space with a good sized dining area and an excellent cooking area. The bespoke handmade kitchen was replaced in 2010 and is of high quality design and build. The light coloured wood fronted units with contrasting inlays are timeless as are the quality black granite work-surfaces. There is extensive storage and preparation space with base and wall mounted units and a large island unit and breakfast bar. Further storage is on-hand in the adjacent pantry with its original slate shelf and additional fitted shelving to the walls. At the heart of the kitchen is a limited edition deep gloss black enamel and chrome four oven Aga. Other appliances include a Neff electric oven, Miele integrated dishwasher and a large free-standing American style fridge freezer.Adjacent to the kitchen is a utility room which was the former butler's pantry and has an array of storage shelves and cupboards as well as a sink and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Adjacent to the utility room is the large cloakroom and WC.The first floor accommodation is accessed via a wide staircase with a fabulous stained and leaded glass window on the half landing which allows natural light to flood into the core of the house. There are five double bedrooms in all on this floor served by three bathrooms.The master bedroom is situated to the rear and enjoys splendid views over the garden through a quadruple sash window bay. There is an attractive cast iron horseshoe style fireplace with coal effect gas fire and there is extensive fitted furniture including wardrobes, drawers and a dressing table. There is an en suite bathroom which is also accessed from the landing and has a Jacuzzi steam shower, bath, WC and wash basin set into a marble top and extensive fitted vanity unit with cupboards and drawers.Bedroom two has a triple sash bay window to the front and a cast iron horseshoe fireplace with coal effect gas fire. The attached en suite bathroom can also be accessed from the main landing as a house bathroom and is particularly spacious with a central freestanding bath, double walk-in shower enclosure, large vanity unit to one wall with integrated WC and wash basin.Of the remaining three first floor bedrooms, two are rear facing whilst one overlooks the front. Completing the first floor accommodation is a smaller house bathroom and separate WC.The second floor landing has a large window over the stairs and there is access off into a useful loft storage space. There are two double bedrooms, a drying/ironing room and a vast room which is made up of two former bedrooms and is now used as a study and living room.Outside17 Westfield Road occupies a superb plot of approximately 0.7 acre. To the front is a substantial gravelled driveway accessed from Westfield Road via electronically operated gates. To the side of the house timber double doors provide access to a blue bricked courtyard area allowing for additional concealed parking. The courtyard leads to a large detached garage as well as several stores and outbuildings including a gardener's loo.The rear garden is a spectacular backdrop to the house with far reaching views to be enjoyed from the slightly elevated rear terrace. A shallow slope from the terrace leads to the main lawn which is large and level. Towards the bottom of the garden, partially separated by planted beds is a further area of lawn interspersed with trees. A portion of the bottom of the garden (as seen approximately edged blue on the aerial photograph) measuring an additional 0.32 acre is occupied by way of an open-ended licence with Calthorpe Estates. Whilst it does not form part of the Title to the property, the current owners have enjoyed the benefit of the use of it as part of their garden for over 25 years, making the current usable plot just over an acre in total.Published May 2019
Key FeaturesLot 171 for saleTwenty Six Studio ApartmentsTwenty Four subject to Assured Shorthold Tenancies, One Reserved and One Vacant Rents received are inclusive of Bills and Utilities Gia - Room sizes vary between 17.9 sq m (193 sq ft) and 29.8 sq m (321 sq ft)Walking distance from four Birmingham Universities Birmingham New Street station is 0.4 miles to the southKey LocationsSituated on the west side of Cornwall Street to the south of its junction with Newhall StreetNearby Great Charles Street Queensway (A4400) leads to the A38 motorway which in turn leads onto the M6 motorway (Junction 6)Birmingham New Street station and New Canal Street are within close proximity where HS2 is set to open in 2026Shops and facilities are avaliable within Birmingham City centreCity Centre Gardens and Cathedral Square are within easy reachAdditional InformationThe property is a mid terrace building arranged over lower ground Raised ground and three upper floors. The building is internally arranged to provide student letting accommodationViewingsTo arrange a viewing at this property please email
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