4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale48 Newbridge Road, Ironbridge, Shropshire
Sold STC £295,000
- Large Parking Area
- Detached brick built office
- Enclosed garden with decking area
- Four bedrooms
- Shower room and bathroom
- Breakfast Kitchen, dining room and living room
This majorly improved family home is situated in a conservation area and is approx 800m from Ironbridge Town Centre, a renowned and historic former industrial town nestling in The Severn Gorge offering numerous excellent restaurants and shops. The river Severn cuts its way through the steep and wooded slopes of The Gorge, forming one of the most striking and distinctive landscapes in England truly worthy of its World Heritage Site designation.
Accommodation briefly comprises of an entrance porch with hanging space and an area for footwear, breakfast kitchen with range oven and a vast amount of storage, dining room with doors leading out to the decking area, downstairs shower room and the large living room with a modern and sleek inset gas fire. The living room also has doors leading out to the decking area.
Upstairs are four well proportioned bedrooms, three of which with built in storage, family bathroom with P shape bath and shower over. The boiler cupboard houses the combination boiler and has shelf storage.
Wonderful views can be enjoyed from many rooms of the house and plenty of character and charm has been retained.
Outside to the rear is a large parking area for numerous vehicles and a detached brick built office with power and lighting. To the front is a private decking area with metal railings overlooking the astro turf garden which is again enclosed with hedgerow and brickwork.
At the heart of the Industrial Revolution in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, Ironbridge became world famous in 1779 when the world's first iron bridge was cast at nearby Coalbrookdale. The area is steeped in industrial heritage with local museums including the renowned Blists Hill Victorian Town Open Air Village at nearby Madeley and the world famous china works at Coalport.
Ironbridge is surrounded by lovely Shropshire countryside, dominated by the nearby Wrekin, Shropshire's highest hill. From its summit there are views over much of the county, including the contrasting landscape of the Shropshire plain to the north.
The house sits within the catchment area of various primary and secondary schools which are within walking distance. Restaurants and shops are also within walking distance. Large supermarket etc 1.5 miles away.
Local Retail Parks and Telford Town centre offer an excellent range of shopping and recreational amenities, with railway links to Birmingham and London.
The M54, which is only a 10 minute drive away, links with the M6 giving quick access to Birmingham and the north, as well as the M6 Toll which connects to the M42 and M40.
Directions From the Ironbridge office proceed up Madeley Road turning right after ¼ of a mile into Jockey Bank. Turn right after about 50 yards into Newbridge Road, follow the road which bends to the left and the property can be found on the right hand side. Please note that Newbridge Road can also be accessed from Waterloo Street adjacent the new bridge itself. Sat Nav - TF8 7BA
Property ref: 121_565_3039679
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