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2 bedroom mobile home for sale

Sturt Lane, Kinlet, Bewdley

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Property Description

Key features

  • Well presented
  • Double glazed
  • 11 months site
  • Wonderful scenery
  • Small site
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Open plan living
  • Parking
  • Garden

Full description

Tenure: Leasehold

GENERAL INFORMATION & APPROACH Situated within an area of outstanding beauty, enjoying fabulous scenery whatever the season, the wildlife and grazing livestock, then look no further that Crabmill Holiday Home Park. This small site can be found around five miles from Bewdley within an area of around 10 acres. For you to enjoy but not have to worry about mowing it!

Take advantage of this location, as Crabmill Holiday Home Park is open for eleven months and closed in February each year.

Crabmill Holiday Home Park is well positioned, set well back from the lane, not seen at all from the roadside, so no passing traffic.

Each unit benefits from Lpg, electric, metered water payable to Severn Trent, telephone lines and Sky dishes.

Number 9 is an extremely well presented lodge, manufactured by Messrs Prestige Homes who are based in Kettering, Northants. Originally being timber clad,the unit has however been upgraded with Upvc wood grain externally, for ease of maintenance and has a terracotta tiled roof.
This lodge was built and sited 2008/2009 and is still under warranty. (All have 10 year guarantees) However from its presentation you would be forgiven for thinking it is much newer. The current owners have had the lodge for around five years.
In further detail, the property boasts LPG gas central heating, fully double glazed with wood grain Upvc units, two double bedrooms, both with built in furniture and one with en suite shower room. Most rooms have inset ceiling spot lights, complimented by the additional ceiling light.
Extremely light open plan living accommodation, to include built in appliances within the kitchen area, with attractive wood effect flooring which compliments this room. Direct access to the decking to sit and enjoy a glass of wine or two watching the magnificent sunsets. Main bathroom and utility room compliment the lodge perfectly. Externally there are two parking spaces available with each plot, with additional parking for visitors close by. Enclosed rear decked area which extends along the side of the lodge, with a lower level patio. There is outside lighting, water and power, useful storage under the unit as well as a metal shed.

Viewings are a must to fully appreciate all that is on offer.
Gated access onto decked pathway alongside the lodge. Fully enclosed so ideal should you have a dog. Side door allows access into
 

L SHAPED HALLWAY Having attractive dark wood effect flooring which extends into the living areas. Coving to the ceiling, two ceiling light points, radiator and access to the roof void which has not been inspected however we are led to believe has a ladder and is part boarded.
 

UTILITY Units to wall and base with the latter having complimentary roll edged working surface over. Inset single bowl stainless steel sink unit having mixer tap over, integral washer dryer, concealed boiler which provides the domestic hot water and central heating requirements for this property. Side facing window, coving to the ceiling and inset ceiling spot lights.
 

OPEN PLAN LIVING ACCOMMODATION 19' 2" x 16' 11" (5.84m x 5.16m) This space has five windows to three elevations with further French doors to the rear, maximising the natural light into the room and of course allowing panoramic views of the beautiful countryside beyond. Vaulted ceiling with inset ceiling spot lights, aerial point, two radiators, space for dining and of course relaxing on the sofa. Wall mounted modern electric fire.
The kitchen boasts a good range of units to the wall and base with the latter having complimentary roll edged working surface over. Inset stainless steel single bowl sink unit with mixer tap over. Attractive partial tiling to walls providing splash back. Integral white goods to include fridge, freezer, dishwasher, electric oven, inset four ring gas hob unit having extractor hood over. Wall mounted extractor fan, ceiling light point and breakfast bar.
 

BEDROOM 12' 10" x 9' 1" (3.91m x 2.77m) Boasting a range of attractive built in furniture, radiator with TRV, aerial point, coving to the ceiling, ceiling light point and side facing window.
 

EN SUITE Having a large shower cubicle with mixer shower, close coupled wc suite, vanity sink unit, wall mounted heated towel rail, vinyl flooring, wall mounted shaver socket, side facing window, wall mounted extractor fan and ceiling light point.
 

BEDROOM 9' 7" x 8' 11" (2.92m x 2.72m) Side facing window, built in furniture, radiator with TRV, coving to the ceiling and inset ceiling spot lights.
 

BATHROOM
Comprising panelled bath with mixer shower tap, close coupled wc suite, vanity sink unit, partial tiling to the walls providing splash back. Coving to the ceiling, side facing window, vinyl floor covering, wall mounted extractor fan, wall mounted shaver socket and heated towel rail.
 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION *The park is aimed at the more mature person.
*Economic living costs with Council Tax being an A band payable to Shropshire County Council. Well insulated with modern heating and double glazing.
*Water is payable to Severn Trent directly and not through the park.
*Ground rent is currently approximately £1800 per year.
*Some furniture maybe available for sale.
*The lodges are leasehold.
*There are two reed beds for the communal septic tank, as to protect the wildlife and environment. All very eco friendly!
*The area has so much going for it which may not be visible on the surface. Delve deeper and explore! There are many walks in and around the park, linking the Wyre Forest, with a visitor's centre, organised walks and stunning fauna and flora.
*Fishing - There is a fishery in the immediate area, together with the river and pools.
*Heath Farm Meats @ Stottesdon sell locally reared livestock and supply the neighbourhood area.
*Severn Valley Railway - Now fully restored and used heavily by visitors from all over the world. The stations have been used for several television and films. These include Arley, Bridgnorth, Bewdley, Highley and Kidderminster.
*West Midlands Safari Park - Here you can see endangered species, located just on the outskirts of Bewdley.

Outdoor activities - One of the many places to enjoy the outdoor life, whether that be archery, quad biking and the like. The outdoor Activity Centre at Stottesdon is a popular destination with people.

There are many village pubs serving excellent food all within easy access and certainly worth the visit! Just remember to leave the car at home!

Bewdley is a quaint Georgian riverside town growing in stature from its trade from the Severn to the present day, when now the town is supplemented by the many visitors who come to Bewdley from all over the world. Boasting varied amenities and is of great historical interest with super architecture. The museum is well worth a visit and its free!

If you are up and around early on a Sunday morning then be sure to walk up Load Street as the bells in St Anne's church ring, calling the parish to prayer as they have done for years. Seeing the parishioners making their way to give praise.

There is a doctor's surgery, dentist, library, museum, vets, chemists, paper shop, various other shops and many varied eating houses. There are two food stores, butcher, bakery, super delicatessen and greengrocer.

For supermarket shopping etc Kidderminster has Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda, Aldi and Morrison's, with many more top high street stores. There is a small cinema and leisure facilities as well as a wide selection of eating houses. There is a small hospital here, however most patients are admitted into Worcester.

Further afield is the Merry Hill Centre which is one of the largest shopping complex's in the country. Here you are certain to find just about anything you wish!
Cleobury Mortimer - (pronounced Clibbery) The name derives from the great Norman family of Mortimer established here in 1086. Located under the shadow of the Clee Hills in South Shropshire, with some outstanding scenery. Cleobury Mortimer's most striking landmark is the twisted spire of the Parish Church. Though classed as a town, the tranquil atmosphere is more akin to a village. The main street offers a mix of red-brick Georgian and older timbered buildings, with a scattering of shops, restaurants and pubs. Retaining much of its bygone charm and character. It is believed to be the birthplace in the 14th century, of William Langland, the author of 'Piers Plowman'. There is a commemorative window in the local church in his honour. John Betjeman described this South Shropshire town as ' A long airy curving street of brick Georgian houses and shops interspersed with genuine half-timber, the Rea brook making a splash at the bottom of the hill. The whole church seems to have slipped out of shape'.

Ludlow - An architectural gem, with a wonderful castle, medieval and Georgian buildings. Situated in South Shropshire, this market town is one of the most attractive towns in England. A trip to Ludlow is certainly to be placed high on your list for a browse around this lovely town.

Tenbury Wells - Another olde worlde market town. Smaller than Ludlow yet still with its own charm and character.

Worcester - A vibrant shopping centre with train station. Ideal for commuting by road or train. This city with the river, cathedral, university, large hospital, cinema, night clubs, racetrack, etc makes this a great day out!

Highley - A mining town which now plays host to the Severn Valley Railway. Ancient church, walks, golf course, swimming pool, country park.

Bridgnorth - Full of quaint antique shops, tea rooms etc and of course the Severn Valley Railway, which gives a link to Kidderminster. There is a cliff top railway which is still in use today using water to provide links between low and high town.

Crabmill Holiday Home Park is a perfect location for commuting, with a good road network to M5, M6, M42, Birmingham and Worcester all within travelling distance. Kidderminster has a railway station which provides travel to London, Worcester etc 

DIRECTIONS From Bewdley take the B4194 (Dowles Road) towards Button Oak, Kinlet, Bridgnorth and Highley. The road travels up hill past Button Oak and the Button Oak public house on the left. Continue along the B4194 to Button Bridge. Turn left to Far Forest, Sturt Common and Furnace Mill Fisheries. After a short distance, the Park is to be found on the left hand side of the road identified by a for sale sign.
 

VIEWINGS If you wish to view the park please contact us and we will be only to willing to arrange a viewing or just to chat about the park with no obligations. Viewings can be arranged at any reasonable time but strictly through Hayden Estates on 01299 405076 or 07776 361012. Please note that full details will be obtained from prospective purchasers as a matter of security.
 


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