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A large and characterful, period terraced villa in Nether Edge that offers excellent potential.
We are delighted to offer for sale this substantial, five bedroom terraced house in the very heart of Nether Edge. Barkers Road is a well-regarded, tree-lined street of handsome, stone fronted Victorian Villas that lie close to the amenities of Nether Edge as well as benefitting from nearby parks and gardens, excellent public transport links and favourable school catchment. The property is offered to the market for the first time in over 50 years, having been the much loved family home of our vendors for decades. We now offer an opportunity for a purchaser to acquire this home and make it their own; although in presentable and good useable condition, the house would benefit from some improvement and many of these properties have been extended and developed to further enhance their already generous proportions. Sold with no onward chain.
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