This traditional end town house in Kings Heath has benefited from being extended and improved.
The property is in All Saints Road and is within a short walking distance from the shops on Kings Heath High Street.
The alterations have been carried out sympathetically with many original features still retained including deep skirting boards, ceiling cornices, dado rails and feature fireplaces.
It is set back from the road behind a front garden with off road parking for one small car.
Entry is through a canopy porch into a vestibule with Minton tiled floor.
This leads through to an attractive reception hall which also has a Minton tiled floor. There is a staircase off with pine panelled dresser to the side.
A front reception room has a bay window, stained timber fireplace surround with cast iron inset and gas fire, shaped ceiling cornice, deep skirting boards and stained timber.
The reception room to the rear includes French doors leading to the back garden, picture rail and fireplace with gas fire. Bookshelves are fitted to either side of the main fireplace and chimney breast.
There is a breakfast kitchen with quarry tiled floor, part glazed door and bay window to the side. This room is large enough to accommodate a breakfast table and has a useful pantry store leading off.
The kitchen has a range of cupboards, drawer units and wall cupboards. There are work surfaces over and space for a cooker plus space and plumbing for a dishwasher.
An extension has created an L-shaped utility with space and plumbing for appliances and washing machine. It has two double glazed skylights. A part glazed door leads off to a store room and there is a ground floor shower room with shower cubicle, pedestal basin and toilet.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms.
Bedroom one has two windows and original cast iron fireplace surround.
Bedroom two has an old cast iron fireplace surround, as does the good-sized bedroom which also has a built-in store cupboard.
The part-tiled bathroom has a panelled bath with shower over, a toilet and basin.
Outside a terrace/ yard area is next to the house with a number of established flower and shrub borders. The yard area leads into a mature garden which is split into two. There is a terrace which is paved and has mature hedges, shrubs and flower beds. A trellis and timber archway with ivy and sweet peas leads through to a lawn with hedging and small garden shed.
The house is for sale through Hollier Browne on 0121 430 5666 for £299,950.