See the hidden Halesowen home up for sale for £1.5 million
The stunning six-bed house is tucked away off a no-through road.
With the scorching sunshine here at last, how nice would a dip in the pool be?
The owners of this ‘incredible’ family home only need to slip out to their garden to grab that summer feeling.
GALLERY: Inside The Hollies
The six-bedroom period house in Halesowen is currently on the market – but for a hefty £1.5 million.
Estate agents Robert Powell said: “A beautifully appointed family home, offering spacious and versatile living space extending in all to some 6,000 sq ft, securely set behind electric gates in a discreet yet convenient location, whilst enjoying outstanding far reaching westerly views.
“The Hollies is discreetly tucked away off Hollies Drive, a no-through road, in a most convenient location.
“It is a substantial period family home, with extensive more recent additions.
“The property occupies a private and elevated setting with outstanding and far-reaching views stretching from the west facing rear gardens.”
The two-storey home in Hollies Drive boasts four bathrooms, including two en suites, as well as six reception rooms.
High ceilings adorned with roses and large archways tower above all who stroll into the ‘beautifully appointed family home’, which sits close to Leasowes Park.
Not only is the heated swimming pool just within reach of the house, but a billiards room and gymnasium are also on the ground floor.
The estate agents added: “The magnificent master bedroom has an extensive fitted dressing area, whilst is served by a luxury en suite bathroom.
“French doors from the bedroom area lead out onto a large railed terrace, providing a good size seating area and enjoying outstanding far reaching views beyond.”
A pillared porch leads towards the Minton tile-covered entrance hall of the property, which takes over 0.51 acres.
The open plan drawing room and dining room connects to a large orangery, perfect for catching ‘far-reaching’ views of the haven surrounding the home.
‘Splendid’ marble fireplaces warm the two main ground-floor reception rooms, Robert Powell said.
Under-floor heating within some of the rooms will keep cold toes toasty, while the ample parking will be fit for many cars.
Morning feasts fit for royalty will take pride of place in the ‘superb’ L-shaped kitchen and breakfast room, with sweeping French doors opening up into the garden.