4 bedroom cottage for saleWenlock House, 48, High Street, Much Wenlock, Shropshire, TF13
Offers in Region of £415,000
Full descriptionA unique and important Grade II Listed town house, beautifully presented in this highly sought after High Street location.
Bridgnorth - 8 miles, Telford - 11 miles, Shrewsbury - 13 miles, Wolverhampton - 22 miles, Kidderminster - 21 miles, Birmingham - 31 miles.
(All distances approximate).
Having been sympathetically restored and renovated over the recent years, this double fronted town house has a modern and spacious ambience yet is believed to date back to the 13th Century having historical links to the adjoining Ashfield Hall. Built in the local Wenlock stone, the double front Georgian appearance with sash windows, provides three storey accommodation having some attractive features that include a large Inglenook with open fire and bread oven, oak flooring to the main reception rooms, oak staircase and balustrade, exposed timbers and modern kitchen and bathroom fittings.
Location - The historic market town of Much Wenlock originally grew up around The Priory, which was established prior to the Norman Conquest and is surrounded by some of Shropshire's most outstanding natural countryside including Wenlock Edge. With good schooling for all ages, a sports centre, swimming pool, theatre, park and a full range of amenities, the town makes a very popular destination for all age groups. There is a strong community spirit which makes living in the heart of the town even more appealing. Having weekly markets, many festivals, country pubs, tea rooms and upmarket eateries, a visit is highly recommended. The house is positioned near the beginning of the High Street with on road parking opposite and extremely convenient and on the level to the amenities.
Accommodation - Entering into the main LIVING ROOM with aspects to the front and rear, there is a large Inglenook fireplace, exposed timber work, oak flooring and door leading to a STUDY with oak flooring and window to rear. The separate DINING ROOM is generously proportioned with oak flooring and window to front. An INNER HALL features a beautiful oak staircase with carved balustrade and gallery landing area. The BREAKFAST KITCHEN is fitted with a range of solid oak units comprising base cupboards and drawers with granite work tops over, matching wall cupboards with provision for a dishwasher, fridge/freezer and cooker. Exposed beamed ceiling, tiled slate floor and windows to the side aspect with a door giving access to one of the courtyard gardens. A door leads off to a UTILITY ROOM with further provision for a washing machine and access to the GUEST CLOAKROOM and side patio garden.
The original oak staircase rises to the FIRST FLOOR GALLERY LANDING with solid oak flooring. Doors lead off to the MASTER BEDROOM with sash window to the front aspect and an EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM. There are a further TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS and HOUSE BATHROOM. A further oak staircase rises to the SECOND FLOOR LANDING with exposed beams and oak flooring. There are two storage areas, FOURTH DOUBLE BEDROOM with large storage cupboard and a BATHROOM.
Outside - Wenlock House is set back just off the High Street behind a small walled foregarden with black wrought iron gate and railings leading to the front entrance. The property offers two separate courtyard gardens. The one courtyard is paved offering two seating areas and well stocked planted borders offering a variety of mature shrubs and plants. The other courtyard is accessed off the kitchen having an artificial lawn with natural Wenlock stone walls and space for a shed/store. Both enclosed courtyards offer a good degree of privacy.
Services: - We are advised by our client that mains water, gas, drainage and electricity are connected. Verification should be obtained from your surveyor.
Tenure: - We are advised by our client that the property is FREEHOLD. Verification should be obtained by your Solicitors.
Council Tax: - Shropshire Council: Tax band: F.
Fixtures And Fittings: - By separate negotiation.
Viewing Arrangements: - Viewing strictly by appointment only. Please contact the BRIDGNORTH OFFICE.
Directions: - Leaving Bridgnorth on the A458 towards Shrewsbury. On entering Much Wenlock, at the bottom of the hill with the Gaskell Arms on your left, turn right onto the High Street. Wenlock House is located a short distance along on the left handside identified by our for sale board.
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