This handsome semi-detached in Lyndon Road, Solihull, is a fine example of the Edwardian period.
Built in 1907, it has high ceilings, character features and an impressive six bedrooms.
At the front of the house there is a tarmac driveway for off road parking and front garden with space for planting.
In the enclosed porch there is a ceramic tiled floor. It leads to a spacious reception hall with staircase to the first floor and a guest cloakroom with toilet and basin.
The front sitting room has a bay window, laminate oak-style flooring and a Minster-style fireplace with electric wood burner-style stove.
A dining room to the rear has mock beams on the ceiling and French doors to the garden.
A pleasant breakfast room has a fitted gas fire built-in shelved cupboard.
The kitchen has a beamed-effect ceiling, ceramic tiled floor, a range of modern white wall and base units, complementary wall tiles and work surfaces.
There is space and plumbing for a washing machine and Range Master five-burner gas range cooker.
On the first floor there is a landing with built-in shelved cupboard and staircase to the second floor.
Bedroom one has two built-in wardrobes while bedroom two has built-in double wardrobes either side of the chimney breast.
In bedroom three there is a built-in single wardrobe and dressing table unit.
A family bathroom features a modern white suite comprising a panelled bath, separate shower cubicle with Triton electric shower, pedestal basin and toilet.
The second floor has a large bedroom with low ceiling height in some points, Velux window and cast iron fireplace.
Bedrooms five and six also have part restricted head heights and Velux windows.
The mature garden is full of interest with a paved patio, shaped lawn and flower beds and borders stocked with a variety of plants, shrubs and trees.
There is a greenhouse and a timber garden shed.
A large workshop provides useful extra storage/work space.
The house is for sale for £355,950 through Shakespeares on 0121 683 8833.