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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Elmete Lodge, 1 Anvil Close, Tibberton, Newport, TF10 8PT

Offers in Region of £550,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 5 Bedroomed Detached Family Home
  • Two en-suite bedrooms
  • Full depth Lounge
  • Modern family dining kitchen with relaxed seating
  • Conservatory
  • Double garage and off road parking
  • Pretty, mature gardens
  • Immaculately presented

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Elmete Lodge, Number One, Anvil Close, is an extremely well presented, sympathetically extended, five bedroomed detached family home, set back from the road, in a secluded cul-de-sac in the heart of the village of Tibberton.  The property benefits from a large entrance hall with cloaks/WC off, a stunning, modern dining kitchen with relaxed seating area, perfect for modern family living, as well as a well-equipped utility room, full depth lounge, separate dining room and 23ft ‘P’-shaped conservatory overlooking the pretty, mature garden.  Upstairs, there are two modern en-suite bedrooms, three further double bedrooms and a large refitted family bathroom off a generous galleried landing.  An internal viewing is highly recommended, in order to appreciate the finish of the property.


Tibberton is a fairly small village, approximately five miles from the centre of the market town of Newport, containing a range of properties, including traditional cottages, barn conversions and more modern homes.  It has a popular public house, the Sutherland Arms, a Church, primary school and community run shop.  There is a holy well located in a wood, just to the north of the village, and water from this spring flows into the nearby River Meese.  Tibberton is on the 519 bus route, which runs regularly between Shrewsbury and Newport.  Newport itself is a thriving market town, offering a wealth of local amenities, including a range of supermarkets and leisure facilities as well as three primary schools and three highly regarded secondary schools.  Regular bus services run from the main Stafford Street Car Park to the larger towns of Stafford, Telford and Shrewsbury, all with mainline railway stations.  Newport itself is conveniently situated just off the A41, within easy driving distance of the M6 and M54.  


The home offers well-appointed accommodation, with gas central heating and refitted uPVC double glazed windows and rear doors offering increased energy efficiency. 


A wooden panelled glazed front door beneath a large canopied open porch, opens into substantial


ENTRANCE HALLWAY:3.64m max x 3.63m max (11’11” x 11’11”) with oak flooring. 


CLOAKS/WC:having close coupled WC and wash hand basin set into a tiled vanity unit with storage cupboard under.  Ceramic tiled floor.  Panelled radiator.  Side aspect obscured glazed window.


FULL DEPTH LOUNGE:7.31m x 4.06m (4.83m into inglenook) (24’0” x 13’4” (15’10”)) this dual aspect generous room features a large brick inglenook fireplace with solid wooden beam over.  The open basket fire grate has a rear external access hatch for easy cleaning from outside the property, and an attractive tapered chimney hood over.  Two front aspect windows allow plenty of light into the room, whilst double ‘French’ style patio doors open directly into the conservatory.  Panelled radiator. 


‘P’ SHAPED uPVC DOUBLE GLAZED CONSERVATORY:7.23m max x 4.21m max (23’8” x 13’9”) with ceramic tiled floor, tinted roof and ‘French’ style doors opening to the rear garden.  Panelled radiator.


DINING ROOM: 3.60m x 3.24m (11’10” x 10’7”) with doors into Lounge, Hall and Kitchen, and wooden glazed ‘French’ style doors opening into Conservatory.  Oak flooring.  Panelled radiator.


DINING KITCHEN / FAMILY ROOM: 9.03m x 3.37m average (4.75m into doorway) (29’7” x 11’0” (15’7”)) with single and double doors opening to rear garden, and windows to three walls.  This stunning kitchen forms the heart of the home, with a generous dining area to one end and an informal seating area to the other end.  The kitchen itself is of a contemporary design, having a range of base and wall mounted white gloss fronted cabinets and drawers, with black detailing, attractive splashback tiles and granite work surfaces, including breakfast bar section.  Built-in Siemens fan assisted oven and combination microwave.  Integrated dishwasher.  5 Ring induction hob with stainless steel and glass chimney extractor over.  Inset Blanco composite 1½ bowl sink.  Two panelled radiators. Ceramic tiled floor flows into 


UTILITY ROOM: 3.36m x 1.87m (11’0” x 6’1”) fitted with a range of wooden base and wall units with wooden worktop over and inset ‘Belfast’ style sink.  Space and plumbing provision for washing machine and tumble drier.  The Utility Room continues into


INNER LOBBY: 2.53m x 1.08m (8’3” x 3’6”) having a solid oak door with glazed panel opening to the front of the property.  Courtesy door into Garage.


Stairs from the Entrance Hallway rise to the galleried landing, with access hatch to loft space.  Obscured glazed side aspect window.


MASTER BEDROOM SUITE: BEDROOM: 4.05m x 4.03m (13’3” x 13’2”) this generously sized room has a front aspect picture window.  Fitted wardrobes to the length of one wall.  Panelled radiator.  Room opens into DRESSING AREA: 2.34m into wardrobe x 1.89m (7’8” x 6’2”) with walk-in wardrobe having shelves and hanging rails with internal light.  EN-SUITE SHOWER-ROOM: 2.33m x 1.64m (7’7” x 5’4”) with corner shower cubicle having mains power shower, close coupled WC and ‘floating’ wall mounted wash hand basin with concealed drawer below.  Chrome ladder radiator.  ‘Karndean’ flooring. 


‘P’ SHAPED BEDROOM TWO: 3.90m x 3.30m (6.5m to door) (12’9” x 10’10” (21’3”)) having a rear aspect window and panelled radiator.  EN-SUITE SHOWER-ROOM: 2.32m x 1.67m (7’7” x 5’6”) being fully tiled with complementary ceramic tiled floor.  Corner shower cubicle having mains power shower with rain head and shower wand, close coupled WC with slim line cistern and wall mounted wash hand basin.  Chrome ladder radiator.  Front aspect obscure glazed window.


BEDROOM THREE: 4.07m x 3.26m (13’4” x 10’8”) with rear aspect window.  Fitted double width wardrobes with sliding doors.  Panelled radiator.


BEDROOM FOUR: 3.65m x 2.31m (11’11” x 7’7”) with rear aspect window.  Panelled radiator.


BEDROOM FIVE: 2.70m x 2.35m (8’10” x 7’8”) currently used as a study, with side aspect window.  Panelled radiator.


FAMILY BATHROOM: 3.35m x 2.16m (11’0” x 7’1”) this generously sized room is fully tiled with complementary ceramic tiled floor, containing a white suite including a panelled corner bath, corner shower cubicle with mains fed power shower, close coupled WC with concealed cistern and wash hand basin set into a range of wooden fronted cupboards offering elegant storage space.  Satin finished chrome ladder radiator.  Front aspect obscure glazed window. 


OUTSIDE: The property is set back behind a most attractive front garden, which is bounded from the private road by a dwarf brick wall.  The front garden is laid chiefly to lawn and surrounded by mature shrubs and bushes, including magnolia, weeping beech, holly and hydrangeas.  A wide block paved driveway leads to an adjoining double width GARAGE: 5.68m x 4.98m (18’8” x 16’4”) having metal up and over door, power and light.  Modern wall mounted combi boiler and pressurised hot water tank. Two rear aspect windows.  Courtesy door into Inner Lobby.  A wrought iron side gate and wide slabbed pathway gives access to a large, most impressive, rear garden, which has a private aspect and forms a delightful setting for entertaining, featuring a York-stone slabbed patio area adjacent to the house.  A pergola planted with honeysuckle, clematis and climbing roses is adjacent to an ornamental fish pond with circulation pump.  A spacious lawn is bounded by evergreen hedging, shrubs and fruit trees including apple and plum, and there are two further patio areas and a sunken trampoline.  To either side of the property are two garden sheds, one measuring approximately 6’ x 4’ and the other approximately 12’ x 4’.  A modest, ‘two storey’ wooden ‘Wendy House’ offers play space for children, or additional storage space.


COUNCIL TAX:We are advised by the Local Authority, Telford and Wrekin Council, the property is Band G.


TENURE:  We are advised by the Vendors, that the property is freehold and vacant possession will be given upon completion. 


SERVICES: We understand that mains water, gas, electricity and drainage are connected. 


VIEWING:Strictly by prior appointment with the Agents Newport Office – 01952 812519


DIRECTIONS:from Newport High Street, proceed into Lower Bar (past the church) and continue over the Shell petrol station island, taking the left hand turn at the new mini-island towards Edgmond.  Continue along this road, through Edgmond, until you see a right hand turning for Tibberton.  Follow this road into the village, and then take the second left hand turn into Old Smithy Road.  Anvil Close is a cul-de-sac, accessed at the end of Old Smithy Road.  Number 1 is the first property on the left hand side.


 



Agents Notes:



1.       While we endeavour to make our sales details accurate and reliable, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact our office and we will try to check the information for you.


The information in these property details is believed to be accurate but Tempertons does not give, nor does any Partner or employee have authority to give, any warranty as to the accuracy of any statement, written, verbal or visual.   You should not rely on any information contained herein.  If you wish to ask a specific question about this property, please speak to the sales advisor who has inspected the property.


 


2.       Please note that we have not tested the equipment/appliances and services in the property. Interested applicants are advised to commission the appropriate investigations before formulating their offer to purchase.


3.       Our room sizes are quoted in metres on a wall to wall basis to the nearest one tenth of a metre. The imperial equivalent (included in brackets and correct to within 3 inches) is only intended as an approximate guide for those not yet conversant with metric measurements. Measurements should not be used for ordering fitments or new carpets etc


HOME BUYERS SURVEYS AND VALUATIONS undertaken by CHARTERED SURVEYORS with considerable experience in preparing a wide range of surveys and valuations to suit all requirements.  Details of fees given without obligation.


        


PROPERTY LETTING – TEMPERTONS have considerable experience in the Letting and Management of all types of residential property.  Further details given without obligation. 


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