6 bedroom detached house for saleWrockwardine, Telford, Shropshire
Guide Price £825,000
- 6 bedrooms
- 3 bathrooms
- 2 principal reception rooms
- Sitting room
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Utility room and boot room
- Cloakroom with shower
- Porch, front and rear halls
Grade II listed and thought to have been built around 1800, the house has light and well centred accommodation which lends itself to comfortable family living and entertaining. It has been sympathetically restored throughout, retaining its great character and period detail where possible. Both the drawing and dining room have large fireplaces and high moulded ceilings, whilst deep shuttered sash windows frame the stunning views. The well fitted kitchen, with its polished quarry tiled floor, conveniently connects to the utility and boot room and is fitted with bespoke oak cupboards in a traditional style. The cosy sitting room with log burner is across the back hallway.
The bedrooms are light and spacious, each with their original fireplaces and served by two bathrooms and a shower room on the top floor. The master bedroom has a particularly striking en suite with a well-positioned bath from where
you can enjoy the views. There is a secondary staircase leading from the kitchen to the two rear bedrooms, one of which connects through to the main landing.
The Dingle is situated down a quiet lane to the edge of the village, with exceptional views reaching across North Shropshire to the Welsh Hills beyond. Wrockwardine is a small rural, but easily accessible village with local amenities including a church, village hall and nursery.
Situated close to Wellington and with good road access to Shrewsbury and Birmingham via the M54, The Dingle is also well placed for commuting to Midland business centres. There are a number of highly regarded schools local to the area, both in the state and private sectors including Shrewsbury School, Shrewsbury High School, Thomas Telford, Wrekin College and Prestfelde. There is also a regular train service from both Telford and Shrewsbury whilst Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool International airports are all within easy travelling distance.
The Dingle stands surrounded by attractive gardens and grounds. To the back of the house is an orchard and to the front a terraced lawn with well stocked borders and below which is a productive kitchen garden and soft fruit beds. Below this is a further area of lawn, formerly a paddock. To one side is a wooded dingle with a walk way down to a stream.
There is an impressive two storey traditional red
brick barn which at present provides double
garaging along with ample storage space.
This could easily be adapted to a number of uses
including secondary accommodation and/or
home office space (subject to necessary planning
permission being obtained). There are a further
range of outbuildings, including garden stores,
chicken shed and 4 stables.
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