Grade II listed mansion in Moseley for sale on Rightmove for £ 1.5m

This incredible Grade II listed mansion in Moseley has been listed for sale on Rightmove.

The stunning detached house occupies a plot of approximately 0.77 acres and will set you back £ 1,500,000.

While it is “in need of general modernization” the massive 6,136 sq ft property includes a grand reception hall, three fine reception rooms, two bathrooms and EIGHT bedrooms.

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According to Robert Powell Birmingham, who posted the property, the home is on the popular Amesbury Road, three miles south of Birmingham City Center.

The property is approximately half a mile from Cannon Hill Park and less than 400m from the Salisbury Road entrance to Moseley Private Park.

The mansion falls within the catchment area for the much sought-after King Edward VI Camp Hill Grammar School which is one of the country’s leading non-fee paying schools.

Shops, bars and restaurants can all be found in nearby Moseley Village which is less than half a mile distant.



The mansion falls within the catchment area for the much sought-after King Edward VI Camp Hill Grammar School

The advert reads: The house has a particularly wide frontage to Amesbury Road, displaying its full architectural pedigree with a most handsome façade. The property was designed by the much-revered architect, Owen Parsons, and has been Grade II Listed for its architectural and historical importance.

“The accommodation is principally set over two floors (plus basement) and in all extends to some 6,136 sq ft (570 sq m). Whilst the house would benefit from some general updating and refurbishment in parts, it presents an opportunity for someone to create what would surely be one of the area’s most remarkable family homes. ”

You can view the property on Rightmove here. You can contact Robert Powell on 0121 396 0518.

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