Brierley Hill is a small town situated approximately 2.5 miles south of central Dudley and 2 miles north of Stourbridge. Part of the Black Country, and is best known for glass and steel manufacturing, although the industry has declined considerably since the 1970s. One of the largest factories in the area was the Round Oak Steelworks, which was closed down and redeveloped in the 1980s to become the Merry Hill Shopping Centre. Brierley Hill was originally in Staffordshire, but is now part of the West Midlands metropolitan county since its creation in 1974.
Since 2008, Brierley Hill, including the nearby Waterfront Business Park and Merry Hill Shopping Centre, has been designated as the Strategic Town Centre of the Dudley Borough, with the aim to create a new town centre for the borough.
Door leads to the entrance hall. Minton tile floor.
Stairs to the first floor.
4.61m x 4.03m (15' 1" x 13' 3") at widest point.
Bay window to the front. Gas fire.
3.93m x 3.95m (12' 11" x 13' 0")
Window to the rear and electric fire.
3.33m x 2.00m (10' 11" x 6' 7")
Opening to the kitchen, window to the side and doors to the pantry and kitchen.
A range of units incorporating: single bowl stainless steel sink and drainer, plumbing and space for a washing machine and space for a stand alone cooker. Windows to the rear and side and door to the side.
Split level with doors leading to the first floor rooms. Access to loft space and storage cupboard.
3.60m x 5.40m (11' 10" x 17' 9") max into wardrobes
Built in wardrobes and two windows to the front.
3.93m x 3.22m (12' 11" x 10' 7") max into wardrobes
Built in wardrobes and window to the rear.
3.36m x 2.59m (11' 0" x 8' 6")
Cupboard housing boiler and window to the rear.
1.84m x 1.67m (6' 0" x 5' 6")
Panelled bath with electric shower over, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Window to the rear.
A walled garden with pathway leading to the front door.
A fully enclosed garden to the rear with paved courtyard patio.
We are advised by the vendor that the property is freehold. Bloore King and Kavanagh would stress that we have not checked the legal documents to verify the status of the property. A buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.