Birmingham has some gorgeous houses but none could be quite so spectacular as this Victorian stunner.
The ‘gentleman’s residence’ in Edgbaston’s Westfield Road is the city’s most expensive on the market right now.
The eight bedroom period pad, with a glorious back garden measuring 0.7 acres, is on the market just shy of £2.5 million.
The road has some of the city’s most reputable homes with the cheapest properties costing more than half a million.
Estate agents Robert Powell said it is one of the most striking properties on the road.
Its best features include this grand welcoming hallway, with its double wood panelled doors and an enormous kitchen with an attractive black AGA. But it is the garden which is perhaps the most impressive.
The impressive entrance hall of the Westfield Road house (Image: Birmingham Live)
The period property still has a butler’s pantry and an extra wide staircase leading up to five double bedrooms on the first floor with three bathrooms.
The master bedroom overlooks the grand garden, where you can imagine many amazing parties may have been held in the past.
Everyone loves an AGA. The spacious kitchen in the Westfield Road house (Image: Birmingham Live)
The second floor has a further two double rooms along with a vast drying/ironing room which is made up of two former bedrooms.
The estate agent said: “The present owners have enjoyed many happy years in the property and over that time have lovingly refurbished and maintained the house and gardens to an exacting standard.”
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