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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Hinnington, Shifnal, TF11

Withdrawn from Market £449,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached House
  • Half An Acre Of Land
  • Unique Semi- Rural Property
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Double Garage
  • Central Heating
  • Two Driveways
  • Conservatory
  • Cellar Conversion

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property

A superb detached property set within half an acre of land and nestled in a picturesque semi-rural countryside location offering privacy and tranquillity.
The property is set within half an acre of land and is approached via a spacious gravelled driveway and offers spacious versatile accommodation set over three floors.
The original Victorian cottage which dates back to 1850 has been fully renovated throughout to a high standard and comprises;
To the ground floor, a barrel vaulted cellar room and shower room.
The first floor comprises of a good sized kitchen/diner, lounge, study/dining room and conservatory.
The second floor offers the master bedroom with dressing room, a further two double bedrooms and the family bathroom.
The property boasts beautiful countryside views from every aspect with private gardens of approx. 1/2 acre which slopes down into a valley, a small orchard of apple and pear trees with plums and gooseberries.
A brick built outbuilding which could be used as an outside office and two block paved patio areas.
The garden is extensive south-south/west facing and fully fenced with a gated driveway to the far end ideal for a motor home or caravan.
A large double garage with ample driveway parking for at least four vehicles to the front.
Presentation is of the highest standard and the property comes with many oak features through out.
An internal viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the quality of accommodation on offer.
Hinnington is a much desired location on the east edge of Wolverhampton with convenient access to Wolverhampton, Shrewsbury and Telford and having the M54 within easy reach for commuting.

Kitchen / Diner
16'7" x 13'
A spacious kitchen having doors to the ground floor cellar room, conservatory, study/dining room, and lounge. Having two windows overlooking the gardens, tiled flooring, towel rail, ceiling light points and a solid oak fitted kitchen with central island and granite work surfaces incorporating a Belfast sink and ample wall and base units.

17'7" x 15'7"
A spacious lounge having windows to the front and rear aspect and double glazed bi folding doors to the rear, ceiling light point, wall lights and feature multi fuel log burner.

Dining Room / Study
11'10" x 11'
Having window to the front aspect, radiator and ceiling point.

10' x 8'6"
A pleasant double glazed conservatory with beautiful views over the gardens having radiator, tiled flooring, electric roof vents, blinds and double doors opening onto the garden.

12'10" x 11'1"
A fantastic cellar conversion offering a versatile space having window overlooking the gardens, heated towel rail, door to the shower room and door to the garden and block paved patio area. Having quarry tiled flooring and spotlighting this cellar has been renovated to an exceptional standard and is used as both a summer kitchen and a utility room. Having built in solid oak units with granite work surfaces, a double granite sink plumbing and electrics.

Shower Room
A modern shower room having window to the rear, heated towel rail, walk in shower cubicle, hand wash basin with vanity unit and W.C.

First Floor Landing
A part galleried landing having window over looking the countryside and doors to the three bedrooms and family bathroom.

Bedroom One
13'2" x 11'
Having windows to two aspects with idyllic views. Having radiator, feature fireplace, ceiling light point and door to the dressing room.

Dressing Room
Accessed via the bedroom and having window to side elevation, radiator, ceiling light point and fitted wardrobes with electric sockets.

Bedroom Two
11'9" x 7'8"
A double bedroom having two windows with fantastic views, radiator and ceiling light point.

Bedroom Three
11'8" x 7'8"
A double bedroom having two windows with fantastic views, radiator and ceiling light point.

A spacious and modern fully tiled bathroom with window to the front elevation, spotlighting, heated towel rail and suite comprising of double walk in shower cubicle, his & her hand wash basins with built in vanity unit and low flush W.C.

The property sits in half an acre of land with idyllic views and gardens laid out over several levels and gently sloping, tired banks. The gardens have been well maintained and offer a small orchard with apple and pear trees with plums and gooseberries and an array of mature plants and shrubbery sloping into a valley which ends with a gated driveway which is ideal for a caravan or motorhome. The property has a brick built outbuilding with oak doors, electrics, heating and lighting and could be used as an office or study.

Double Garage
A very spacious double garage having electric entrance door, electrics, lighting, two windows and shelving.

A brick built outbuilding have two entrance doors, electrics, heating and lighting.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
27 October 2016


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