The front door leads into the hallway which has a ground floor WC. There’s plenty of space for the family to gather in the large open-plan lounge/diner. With its minimalist décor and windows to the front and back, there is an abundance of natural light. The recessed ceiling spotlights are fitted with a dimmer switch, allowing you to create lighting to match your mood, and the single-storey extension at the far end of the lounge makes for the perfect dining area and a space to entertain friends and family. French doors lead from the dining area out onto the patio.
Natural light floods the spacious kitchen, which is fitted with an abundance of units finished in white. The kitchen is a cooks’ paradise, having a 7-burner double width gas hob and an electric double oven and grill, with stainless steel extractor above, and a double Butler-style sink. A recessed area makes the perfect space to house a microwave oven – another space-saving feature of this large family kitchen. There’s space for free-standing appliances including washing machine, dishwasher, and fridge/freezer.
Leading on from the kitchen there is a single-storey garage conversion to the front of the property. The current owners use this room as a cinema room, although it would also lend itself to a home office, playroom or even a fourth bedroom. There’s also a side door access to this room so if it were used as an office, it would be easy to keep your office space completely separate from family space. For the busy modern family, the property benefits from being network cabled throughout.
Stairs from the hallway lead to the first floor. More storage space can be found in the fully boarded and insulated loft, which is accessed via the first-floor landing.
All three double bedrooms feature low-maintenance wooden flooring, with recessed ceiling spotlights to the master bedroom and bedroom two. Bedroom two is used as an office by the current owner but easily turned back into a bedroom, with plenty of space to accommodate visiting friends and family.
The large family bathroom, at the rear of the property, features a bath with centre taps with a hand shower attachment, as well as a separate double-sized walk-in shower cubicle. The obscured glass window allows plenty of natural light to flood in and the ceiling is fitted with recessed spotlights.
Set back from the road and occupying a corner plot, there is a large block-paved driveway to the front of the house, with parking for two vehicles.
The rear garden is accessed from a side door to the front of the property, and through double French doors from the dining area. With flagstone paved seating areas, Astroturf, and composite decking, this is the perfect space for the family who want to enjoy the garden but don’t enjoy gardening. The high wooden fencing offers privacy so that you can enjoy those summer evening BBQs and hot tubs.
For the family with an environmental conscience, 2 Alwyn Close is fitted with solar panels which means lower energy bills for this property.
The village of Great Wyrley has a shopping area, The Quinton, which features a range of local shops and on-site parking as well as a GP surgery/medical centre. There are several pubs within walking distance of Alwyn Close, and a Community Centre in the village. Just a 5-minute drive away, the town of Cannock has a good choice of restaurants and pubs, as well as shops and a theatre. The McArthur Glen Designer Outlet Shopping Village is a 10-minute drive away.
For those who need to travel further afield, there are several major trunk roads within a 5–10-minute drive including the A34, A5, M6 and M6 Toll. Landywood train station is a 15-minute walk away, with regular trains into Birmingham New Street.
With no onward chain, viewing for 2 Alwyn Close is by appointment only, and highly recommended. Please contact Barrows & Forrester on 01543 226322 today.