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5 bedroom detached house for sale
The Kingsbury at Ashmount Hill, Audlem Road, Woore, CW3
This fantastic five bedroom double fronted DETACHED executive home is spread over three floors and features a large entrance hallway, fantastic and spacious lounge with French doors opening out onto rear garden, separate study and downstairs cloakroom. Impressive open plan kitchen/dining and family room with further French doors leading out onto rear garden. Separate utility room. FIVE DOUBLE BEDROOMS (the master bedroom benefitting from a superb dressing area and en suite facilities), family bathroom with separate shower cubicle and bath, shower room and fitted wardrobes to bedroom two. A DOUBLE garage and driveway parking are included with the property.
- lounge 3.45 x 6.30 (114” x 208”)
- dining / family* 6.64 x 3.10 (219” x 102”)
- kitchen 3.44 x 2.45 (113” x 80”)
- study 3.10 x 1.97 (102” x 65”)
- utility 1.99 x 1.81 (66” x 511”)
- bedroom one* 3.45 x 4.08 (114” x 135”) plus dressing area
- en suite
- bedroom four 3.36 x 3.08 (110” x 101”)
- bedroom five 3.36 x 3.13 (110” x 103”)
- bedroom two 3.45 x 3.20 (114” x 106”) incl robes, to 1500mm height line
- bedroom three* 3.97 x 3.20 (130” x 106”) to 1500mm height line
- shower room
About the Development
An exciting new development of 3, 4 & 5 bedroom family homes well located to offer beautiful scenic views across the Cheshire Plain.
Ashmount Hill commands views over the Cheshire Plain and is within a short stroll into the lovely village of Woore set in the County of Shropshire.
Situated on the A51 and the A525, the village square is centralised around the Post Office and the General Store. There is a traditional bakers, three public houses, two churches and a primary school.
The village of Woore also has a Cricket Club that welcomes players and supporters of all ages. Within a few miles there are many sporting and recreational clubs for fishing, sailing, equestrian and golf as well as award winning gardens of Wollerton Old Hall, Dorothy Clive Gardens and Bridgemere Garden World.
Within an 8 mile radius of Woore are the towns of Market Drayton, Nantwich and Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Market Drayton, a Saxon settlement and promoted as the home of 'gingerbread', has interesting architecture with a number of 17th and 18th century half-timbered buildings in the town centre.
Nantwich, a medieval market town with a modern edge, has a good range of restaurants, gastro pubs, cafes and farmers markets with Newcastle-under-Lyme, a busy city that has lots to see and do.
Crewe also not to be missed is just 25 minutes away, when most people think of Crewe, they think of railways. But Crewe has a lot more to offer than just trains. There's a thriving live music scene, as well as a range of shops, bars, pubs and restaurants.