5 bedroom detached house for saleBroseley Wood House, Simpsons Lane, Broseley Wood, Shropshire
Offers in Region of
- Detached Georgian Family Residence
- Very Flexible Layout
- Driveway Parking
- Short Walk To Broseley Centre
- Very Generous Room Dimensions
- Much Improved By Current owner
Broseley Wood has a strong individual character with its origin as a squatter settlement evident in the haphazard maze of streets, lanes and narrow paths known as 'jitties', clinging to the steep slopes between Broseley and Bridge Road.
Available for purchase is this beautiful Georgian residence proudly overlooking Benthall and its surrounding greenery. Broseley Wood House offers incredible room sizes throughout whilst still enjoying impressive high ceilings to further enhance the feeling of space.
Depending on the needs of the new owner, the layout can offer 5/6 bedrooms as bedroom 6 is accessed through another bedroom. This would also offer great en-suite/office/separate living room potential.
The ground floor offers three very generous reception rooms currently utilised as a living room, garden room and music room respectively, plus an impressive kitchen/diner with a classic but stylish kitchen installed just a few years ago. There is also access to a predominately dry cellar currently utilised for storage.
Outside, the property offers driveway parking for up to four vehicles, idyllic views over the surrounding area and a tiered garden which is extensively stocked with a variety of shrubs, plants and fruit trees. An outside seating area can be enjoyed also. The garden catches the sun nicely late afternoon and into the evenings.
Services: We are informed that all mains services are connected. I.E Water, Drainage, Gas and Electricity.
Broseley town centre has a supermarket, chemist, post office, local butcher, bank, library, medical centre, dentist, ironmongers, 2 primary schools and a third primary school in Barrow, nursery school, local ramblers association covering many countryside walks, bridlepaths including the infamous Jack Mytton Way, active amateur dramatics society, camera club, film society, historical society, cricket club, football clubs, snooker and bowls club, and other local community interests with functions held at the Victoria Hall in the centre of Broseley town.
Local bus service transports school children to and from William Brookes secondary school in Much Wenlock - easy access onto the A458 Shrewsbury to Bridgnorth road - 12 miles and 8 miles distant respectively.
Ironbridge town is approx 1 mile and designated as a World Heritage site - famous for the first iron bridge to be constructed in the world during 1779. Telford is approximately 7 miles distant with a railway station, access to the M54 motorway link road leading to main motorway network.
Directions From Ironbridge, follow Waterloo Street, cross the Jackfield bridge and turn right, over hump bridge, take sharp right turn at hairpin bend and follow Station Road merging into Bridge Road Take the 2nd road turning left into Simpsons Lane, next right along the same lane where Broseley Wood House can be found on the left hand side. Sat Nav - TF12 5RF
Property ref: 121_565_4117717
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