5-bedroom detached house sold subject to contract
Norton Lane, Tidbury Green, Solihull, B90 1QT - Asking Price £950,000
- CANOPY PORCH - RECEPTION HALL
- GUEST CLOAKROOM
- LOUNGE WITH LOG BURNER - DINING ROOM
- LARGE FAMILY ROOM / STUDY
- MODERN OPEN-PLAN FITTED BREAKFAST KITCHEN WITH LOG BURNER
- FITTED UTILITY
- 5 DOUBLE BEDROOMS, 2 WITH 'HAMMONDS' FITTED WARDROBES
- LARGE WALK-IN DRESSING ROOM TO THE MASTER BEDROOM
- 2 EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOMS - FAMILY BATHROOM
- GAS CENTRAL HEATING - DOUBLE GLAZING
- OAK & 'KARNDEAN' FLOORING TO THE GROUND FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
- LARGE PRIVATE LANDSCAPED REAR GARDEN WITH SUMMERHOUSE
- DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE - DRIVEWAY PARKING FOR MULTIPLE VEHICLES
- PRIVATE SEMI-RURAL CUL-DE-SAC SETTING
- IN EXCESS OF 2,800 SQUARE FEET (INCLUDING GARAGE)
- SUPER-FAST BROADBAND SERVICE
136A Norton Lane is a handsome, well proportioned, modern, 5 bedroom, 2 en-suite, executive detached family residence, in excess of 2,800 (including the garage), being peacefully, yet conveniently , situated on a large end plot within this highly desirable, private, semi-rural village, cul-de-sac setting of only 5 exclusive detached properties. Having been maintained and improved to an exceptionally standard by the present owners, an early internal viewing of this most spacious and well-proportioned home is strongly recommended to appreciate the high specification of the accommodation currently on offer.
Tidbury Green is a delightful village and civil parish within the Metropolitan Borough of Solihull, in the county of West Midlands and previously Warwickshire. At the beginning of the 20th century, the area was Tidbury Green Farm, which was owned by H. A. W. (Henry Aylesbury Walker) Aylesbury, having passed into his hands from the ownership of the Roberts family in the 1700s and early 1800s. The estate was sold in 1918 after Aylesbury’s death, an example of land redistribution caused by the First World War.
Nowadays, Tidbury Green is renowned for its immediate proximity to the countryside, including greenbelt, woodland, and Earlswood Lakes, all of which are within comfortable walking distance. Additionally, there is a good range of local amenities which are well-liked by the local community, including a popular pub (and another on the way). For those who need to commute, Wythall, Earlswood and Whitlocks End railway stations are within walking distance, with Junction 3 of the M42 being but a short drive away also.
Solihull’s town centre is also within easy reach and boasts a bustling high street and the enviable shopping and entertainment complex, Touchwood, containing multiple well known retail outlets, a huge variety restaurants and bars and a multi-screen cinema showing the very latest releases. It also enjoys over 1,500 acres of green space including Elmdon, Malvern and Brueton parks, which offer plenty of family recreational facilities and ornamental gardens to walk in, to the wilder Babs Mill Local Nature Reserve with its lake, river, and fishing areas. Additionally, the borough benefits from several outstanding state schools, including Tudor Grange and Arden academies, as well as a variety of well-regarded independent schools, with the historic, ISI ‘excellent’ rated, Solihull School being one of the most highly respected within the country.
Our house is one of just 5 houses on our close, set back from the Norton Lane in its own quiet spot. The neighbours makes this close what it is: friendly, peaceful and well-kept. We’ve got lots of amenities within a short walk, including rail and bus links to Solihull, Stratford and Birmingham (and to the grammar schools which serve this area). There’s a strong sense of community within Wythall and Tidbury Green, with a vibrant Facebook group.
We’ve enjoyed the combination of a modern house with good sized rooms, and a large garden that goes with having a corner position. The garden is well planted in a mature setting with established trees – it’s a shame the agent photographs are taken at a time of year before the plants and trees are in full colour. To the side of the garden (not shown on any of the photographs) is an area with a large shed and a covered paved area accessible through double gates. The summer house and surrounding veranda have been great for entertaining.
We have good walks on our doorstep, including Earlswood lakes, and we are within walking distance of a good local pub (with another pub due to be built this year on the site of the barn by Lowbrook Lane). Solihull is a short drive, and we can access the M42 without any traffic hotspots.
Solihull Borough Council - Band G
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