2 bedroom cottage for sale
132 Longden Road, Shrewsbury,
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A particularly attractive and delightful period cottage residence boasting a wealth of charm and character throughout and presented to an exacting standard with accommodation comprising: sitting room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom and two double bedrooms with gas fired central heating and a most attractive, well stocked, landscaped terrace garden to the rear providing seclusion and privacy over different landscaped levels.
The property is situated in this popular and convenient Conservation Area location, well placed within easy reach of local shops in Longden Coleham, the nearby town centre, popular schools and within easy reach of the Shrewsbury By-pass with M54 motorway link to the West Midlands.
HOW TO GET THERE
The property is best approached out of Shrewsbury over the English Bridge, continuing around the gyratory system into Coleham Head turning right into Longden Coleham. Continue along Longden Road where the property will be found after some distance on the right hand side.
Panelled and part glazed door to:
SITTING ROOM 12’2” (3.71m) x 11’0” (3.35m) A delightful room with laminated wood effect flooring, heavily beamed ceiling, point for wall light, TV aerial point, built in cupboard housing service meters, central heating radiator, natural brick fireplace recess with raised tiled hearth with inset multi-fuel cast iron stove, window with panelled shutters to the front, archway through to:
DINING ROOM 12’2” (3.71m) x 8’00” (2.44m) Attractive laminated wood effect flooring, central heating radiator, points for two wall lights, heavily beamed ceiling.
INNER HALL with laminated wood effect flooring, large built-in storage cupboard with ranges of built-in shelving and power supply.
FITTED KITCHEN 10’4” (3.15m) x 5’00” (1.52m) Attractively appointed with a range of matching units comprising inset single drainer stainless steel sink unit with cupboards under, adjoining working surfaces with further base units with cupboards and drawers, space recess and plumbing for washing machine, space and recess suitable for slot in cooker, central heating radiator, coved cornice, ceramic tiled floor, archway forming serving hatch to the dining area and panelled and part glazed stable door giving access to the garden.
BATHROOM attractively appointed with an immaculate white suite comprising modern panelled bath with electric shower unit, set into a tiled surround, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled splash, wc low type flush, ceramic tiled floor, central heating radiator, coved cornice.
From the dining room, STAIRCASE with handrail rises to a FIRST FLOOR LANDING with wall cupboard housing a recently installed Worcester combi gas fired boiler which provides the heating and domestic hot water, with wall mounted timing controls.
BEDROOM 1 12’0” (3.66m) x 11’6” (3.51m) Original polished oak boarded floor, central heating radiator.
BEDROOM 2 9’10” (3.00m) x 8’05” (2.57m) Original polished oak boarded floor, central heating radiator, points for two wall lights, exposed wall timbers, window overlooking the delightful and extensive garden to the rear.
There is a particularly attractive, well stocked, landscaped REAR GARDEN which has been divided into manageable terraced levels. The uppermost level is gravelled to form an attractive sun terrace with a canopy which provides shelter to the rear reception door. Cold water supply tap. Ornamental steps descend to a further level which is laid to lawn with herbaceous displays and a timber and felt garden store. Additional ornamental steps descend to the next level where there are further herbaceous displays, a greenhouse and a built-in recess which provides an ideal LOG STORE. Steps then lead down to the lower level with well stocked herbaceous beds, flanking the steps and the pathway to an attractive terraced, decked level which leads to a lawned area with further well stocked borders, fruit trees etc and a spacious and well maintained SUMMER HOUSE which is fitted with a power supply. The whole being exceptionally well maintained, providing an attractive setting for the residence and with the clever landscaping, considerable seclusion and privacy.
SERVICES We understand that mains water, electricity, drainage and natural gas are connected.
The Shirehall, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury. Tel (01743) 251000
TENURE We are advised that the property is freehold and this will be confirmed by the vendors' solicitors during pre-contract enquiries.
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Our particulars have been prepared with care and are checked where possible by the vendor. They are however, intended as a guide. Measurements, areas and distances are approximate. Appliances, plumbing, heating and electrical fittings are noted, but not tested. Legal matters including Rights of Way, Covenants, Easements, Wayleaves and Planning matters have not been verified and you should take advice from your legal representatives and Surveyor.
This property has been personally inspected by Stuart Langley. If you wish to view the property and, in particular, are contemplating travelling some distance, please do not hesitate to contact him or a member of staff if any points require clarification.
To contact Miller Evans Tel : (01743) 236800
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