Selwood Road is in the heart of one of the conservation areas in town with a mixture of pretty period cottages, just a short stroll from the town centre and even closer to Badcox, where you will find convenience stores, a bakery, a superb eatery and take-a-ways. This stone faced cottage has plenty of the character from the roadside of other places on this road but none of the ‘period home downsides’. It was built with cavity wall insulation, a damp proof course, double glazed sash windows, the central heating boiler is a very modern Worcester Gas fired combination system. The courtyard is relatively private and a good size along with two very handy areas, which the current owners uses for storage but possibly the most appealing fact about this house is its own Driveway, found through a gate in the rear wall. Enough about outside, on the in, the house is quite generous as far as two bedroom houses go with a little lobby with space for some shoes and coats and a door into the living/dining room with its red bricked working fireplace and windows to three sides along with a storage cupboards, the kitchen is at the rear of this with its own pitched roof, upstairs is the main double bedrooms with a built in wardrobe and the second, which is a decent single along with the shower room.