Mr Clarke thinks :
We can just turn the key and pop the kettle on.
Downstairs you find a formal living room - ideal for some adult time with a glass of wine and a movie - wide entrance hall, utility room, internal garage, cloakroom and the kitchen of all kitchens. The kitchen is an open plan space that has been extended to create a real family space. There is room for a large dining table, sofa and lots of people to gather around the kitchen island. The kitchen was handmade by deVOL and boasts every mod-con for the rigours of family cooking.
Mrs Clarke loves :
The gorgeous deVOL kitchen (and matching utility room)
Upstairs is divided into four large bedrooms - the Master has a delightful view over fields and an en-suite with stylish tiling. The family bathroom was designed by Pocelanosa and boasts a large bath tub with shower and gorgeous cabinetry.
The landscaped garden is like a little Mediterranean oasis where you can sit on the tiled dining area and watch the kids play on the lawn. The effortless connection to the kitchen makes the house feel larger and more useable.
Field View certainly has that rural feel and yet is close enough to Birmingham City Centre. You could be picking blackberries for breakfast one minute, and then be sitting in your office in around 30 minutes. A true family home, Field View gives you the best of both worlds.
- Three words : Stylish. Family. Home.
Our favourite part
The kitchen is stunning and we adore the effortless connection to the garden.
Luxurious Lickey End
Well connected & friendly
What are the ingredients of the perfect place for a modern family live? Here’s what we think...
Great schools - if you have little ones then education is at the top of the list. Around here you are blessed with outstanding options like Lickey End First school, Blackwell, Lickey Hills Primary and the the unbelievable Bromsgrove School is within reach.
Friendly community - nice places attract nice people and in turn a develops a strong community. In Lickey End we are yet to meet someone who we don't like, everyone says "hello" and there is an active online community group that looks out for people.
Green but close to town - we love that you can be chatting to the cows and picking blackberries on the morning dog walk and then be at your desk in Brum within 30 minutes. This is a very well connected part of the world.
Things are close by - if you want a pint of milk then you can nip to the local store but we usually head to M&S in Longbridge where we can have a glass of Prosecco at the in-shop bar (I know!) and have a browse. There are also some great pubs like The Forest, which is perfect at the end of a long dog walk.
It might just be us but we think Lickey End is the perfect place to call home.
The perfect place to call home
- Closest village/town: Barnt Green is lovely
- Post Office: 1
- Stores: Lots of local places, Bromsgrove is close as is Longbridge
- Supermarket: We head to M&S food in Longbridge
- Pubs: The Forest is our favourite
- Walks: Endless countryside walks with the dog