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Norton Road,
Stourbridge

Guide price £650,000 1,970 sq. ft.

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An individual detached family home situated on a sizeable plot.

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  • Opposite Mary Stevens park
  • Local to schools of good repute
  • Beautiful private landscaped gardens
  • Plentiful parking and double garage
A spacious and well-appointed family home offering versatile accommodation overlooking Mary Stevens Park to the fore. Lounge, dining area, re-fitted breakfast kitchen, utility, office/2nd reception, ground floor cloakroom, four double bedrooms master with en suite, dressing area to second bedroom. Double garage, plentiful off-road parking, landscaped gardens to the rear. 1970 sq. ft.

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Stourbridge

Stourbridge sits alongside stunning greenbelt countryside with protected beauty spots like Kinver Edge, and the Clent and Walton hills just minutes from the town. The town's fortunes were based on glass manufacture dating back to the 1600's, with Stourbridge glass recognised as some of the finest in the world and often given as gifts to royalty.

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