132 Curborough Road, Lichfield, Staffordshire, WS13 7PN

  • SSTC
  • £295,000 Guide Price
  • Semi-Detached Property
  • 3 bedrooms

Set on a generous and secluded corner plot is this traditional 1920s semi detached home, benefitting from immaculately presented interiors which has been substantially upgraded three bedrooms and a detached double garage. Having received a new mains gas boiler, new kitchen, new bathroom and redecoration throughout, this attractive home comprises briefly porch, reception hall, two reception rooms, modern kitchen with pantry and utility to the ground floor, with three bedrooms (two doubles) to the first floor serviced by a family bathroom and separate WC. Gated access opens into the generous plot, where gardens extend to the front and rear aspects, there is ample parking and a detached double garage with electric entrance door offers an insulated and boarded loft space ideal for use as a home office.

Set a short walk from the centre of Lichfield, the property is ideally placed for local amenities, schools, commuter roads and rail stations. Within the character city centre of Lichfield are a range of shops, cafes and restaurants, as well as the scenic Stowe Pools, historic medieval Cathedral and the renowned Beacon Park. The city is placed for convenient travel along the A515, A38 and M6 Toll, there are two rail stations (Trent Valley and Lichfield City) both providing direct links to Crewe, Birmingham and London and the International airports of Birmingham, East Midlands and Manchester are all within a comfortable drive. The property lies within a superb catchment area for state schools including King Edwards and The Friary.

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Lichfield is Staffordshires’ premier heritage location nestled in the heart of this beautiful county. The city is renowned for its medieval Cathedral and is also the birthplace of Samuel Johnson and Erasmus Darwin. Lichfield is superbly located and enjoys easy access to an excellent range of both leisure and convenience facilities including shops, restaurants, traditional pubs and a bustling nightlife.The centre of Lichfield retains an unspoilt charm with over 230 listed buildings in its historic streets. It hosts an array of cultural events including the incredible Proms in the Park and the annual Lichfield Music and Arts festival amongst many and offers recreational pursuits for everyone.The centre of Lichfield retains an unspoilt... read more

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