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Strawberry House,
Blackwell

Guide price £950,000 3,657 sq. ft.

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An exceptional modern detached family home of grand proportions, within a good size plot in a sought after village ideal for commuters.

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  • Excellent motorway links
Strawberry House is a luxurious house lived in by one family since it replaced a cottage on the site in 2016. It sits within a generous plot of around 1/4 of an acre, with a sizeable, easy to maintain garden to the rear and numerous parking spaces to the front along with an integrated double garage. There is an extraordinary feeling of light and space throughout the house which has been finished to a high standard with deep skirtings, coved ceilings and large windows, and has been tastefully and neutrally decorated and well maintained by the current owner. Around 3657 sq. ft.

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A thriving town, Bromsgrove was recently ranked 3rd best commuter town in the UK, being around 30 minutes by train from Birmingham, and only 2 miles from the M42 and 3 miles from the M5 motorways. /type-url-here

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