5 bedroom town house for saleShropshire Street, Audlem Crewe, Cheshire
Sold STC £490,000
- Dining Room & Living Room
- Kitchen/Sitting Room
- Two Bedrooms
- Cafe, Coach House Annexe
- Courtyard & Workshop
Full descriptionA SUBSTANTIAL PERIOD VILLAGE PROPERTY WITH ANNEXE
EXTENDING IN ALL TO ABOUT 2735sq.ft. (gross internal)
COURTYARD AND GARDENS,
IN A PROMINENT VILLAGE LOCATION
Dining Room, Kitchen/Sitting Room, Cafe, Cafe/Delicatessen, Store, Utility,
Cloakroom, Kitchen, Landing/Sitting Room, Living Room, Three Bedrooms,
Shower Room, Bathroom,
Coach House - Two Bedroom Annexe,
Oil Central Heating, Courtyard, Workshop, Gardens
Summary - Dining Room, Kitchen/Sitting Room, Cafe, Cafe/Delicatessen, Store, Utility, Cloakroom, Kitchen, Landing/Sitting Room, Living Room, Three Bedrooms, Shower Room, Bathroom, Coach House - Two Bedroom Annexe, Oil Central Heating, Courtyard, Workshop, Gardens.
Description - This charming village property is constructed of brick under a slate and tiled roof. It is believed to date back to the mid 18th Century and offers a unique opportunity to acquire a substantial property in the heart of the village. The accommodation is of considerable character commensurate with its age with beamed ceilings and exposed wall timbers. The present owners have tastefully improved the premises over the last ten years.
The glazed shop frontage faces onto Shropshire Street with pedestrian access and roadside parking immediately in front of the premises. It is currently used as a cafe and delicatessant but quite clearly lends itself to other uses.
The property, including the annexe, extends to about 2735sq.ft. (gross internal).
Location And Amenities - The property occupies a prominent central village position in the thriving and award winning South Cheshire conservation village of Audlem. The property has a good road frontage with street parking immediately on Shropshire Street. The retail area of the village provides a selection of shops including Newsagents, Dry Cleaners, Cycle Shop, Butchers, Co-Op store and Chemist. The village also includes a doctors surgery, primary school and three public houses.
The village is well known for its church which dates back to 1279. Also of interest is the Shropshire Union Canal which runs through the village, and the former Grammar School (now an old people's home), well preserved and built during the reign of James I.
Directions - From Nantwich take the A529 Audlem Road, proceed for 7 miles into the centre of Audlem. With the church on your left, turn right and the property is located immediately on the left hand side.
The Accommodation Comprises: - (with approximate measurements)
Dining Room - 13'2" plus bay x 12'2" (4.01m plus bay x 3.71m) - Recessed fireplace with brick arch and glazed brick hearth, multi-fuel room heater, beamed ceiling, box-bay window, alcove with light, TV aerial point, central heating radiator.
Kitchen/Sitting Room - 19'0" x 11'0" (5.79m x 3.35m) - Refitted in 2011.
Ceramic 11/2 bowl single drainer sink unit with cupboard under, floor standing cupboard and drawer units with worktops, plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine, four burner ceramic hob unit with extractor hood above, space for cooker, brick fire surround, beamed ceiling, wood floor, spotlight fitting, two picture lights, central heating radiator, French window to courtyard, access to CELLAR.
Cafe - 18'10" into bay x 16'8" (5.74m into bay x 5.08m) - Glazed frontage, central heating radiator.
Cafe/Delicatessen - 21'6" x 8'9" (6.55m x 2.67m) - Wash hand basin.
Store - Fitted cupboards and shelving, 'Eurostar' oil fired boiler supplying both central heating and domestic hot water systems, quarry tiled floor.
Utility - 10'2" x 5'2" (3.10m x 1.57m) - Stainless steel double bowl sink unit with cupboard under, spotlight.
Cloakroom - Low flush WC, hand basin.
Kitchen - 12'3" x 11'0" (3.73m x 3.35m) - Stainless steel double bowl sink unit with cupboard under, fitted cupboards and drawers, wall cupboard, stable door to courtyard, dishwasher, Ignis cooker.
Rear Lobby - Door to courtyard.
Inner Lobby - Built-in cupboard, staircase to first floor accommodation.
SPLIT LEVEL FIRST FLOOR LANDING WITH EXPOSED TIMBER PANELLED WALLS
Landing/Sitting Room - 10'10" x 7'6" (3.30m x 2.29m) - Exposed beam to wall, feature exposed brickwork to wall incorporating beam, access to loft, central heating radiator.
Living Room/Bedroom No. 2 - 16'4" x 13'2" (4.98m x 4.01m) - Working cast iron firegrate, TV aerial point, central heating radiator, walk-in study area with shelving.
Bedroom No. 1 - 12'8" x 12'7" plus bay (3.86m x 3.84m plus bay) - Feature period style cast iron fireplace with inset tiles and painted pine surround. Bay window with exposed beam over, TV aerial point, central heating radiator.
Bedroom No. 3 - 11'9" x 10'9" (3.58m x 3.28m) - Wood laminate floor, TV aerial point, spotlight fitting, central heating radiator.
Bedroom No. 4 - 14'4" max. x 10'4" (4.37m max. x 3.15m) - Walk-in wardrobe, TV aerial point, central heating radiator.
Shower Room - Refitted in 2010.
White suite comprising vanity unit with inset hand basin and low flush WC, fully tiled shower cubicle with 'Triton' shower, fully tiled walls, mirror/cabinet, central heating radiator.
Bathroom - 9'8" x 7'6" (2.95m x 2.29m) - White suite comprising Jacuzzi style bath, pedestal hand basin and low flush WC, bidet, part tiled walls, lighted mirror, central heating radiator, cylinder cupboard with plumbing for washing machine, door to bedroom No.3.
The Coach House Annexe - 3A SHROPSHIRE STREET, AUDLEM.
Description - The property constructed of brick under a tiled roof was re-built in 2004. Briefly the accommodation comprises:
Ground Floor -
Entrance Hall - Hanging fitting, beamed ceiling, central heating radiator.
Bedroom No. 1 - 13'10" x 10'6" (4.22m x 3.20m) - One double walk-in wardrobe, one single fitted wardrobe, beamed ceiling, two double-glazed windows, two single wall lights.
Bedroom No. 2 - 12'10" x 9'2" (3.91m x 2.79m) - Built-in cupboard housing 'Worcester' oil fired combination boiler supplying both central heating and domestic hot water systems. Beamed ceiling, double-glazed window, two single wall lights, central heating radiator.
Bathroom - 9'0" x 8'0" (2.74m x 2.44m) - White suite comprising panelled bath with mixer shower, pedestal hand basin and low flush WC. Fully tiled shower cubicle with shower, upright radiator/towel rail.
STAIRS FROM ENTRANCE HALL TO FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION.
Kitchen/Dining Room - 16'4" x 13'6" (4.98m x 4.11m) - Ceramic 11/2 bowl single drainer sink unit with cupboards under, excellent range of floor standing cupboard and drawer units with work tops, wall cupboards, electric single oven and four burner gas hob unit with extractor unit above. Integrated dishwasher, plumbing for washing machine, two double-glazed windows, Velux double-glazed roof light, vaulted beamed ceiling, two spot light fittings, central heating radiator.
Living Room - 16'4" x 13'6" (4.98m x 4.11m) - Living flame coal effect gas fire with tiled inset and hearth, timber surround, vaulted beamed ceiling, double-glazed French windows to balcony with steps to its own enclosed garden, four double wall lights, double-glazed window, two double-glazed Velux roof lights, vaulted beamed ceiling, central heating radiator.
Outside - Pedestrian access to rear.
Courtyard with water feature.
Brick store housing gas bottles.
Brick built GARDEN STORE with two oil storage tanks.
WORKSHOP - 12'2" x 5'2".
Exterior lighting. Outside tap. External double power point.
Gardens - The garden is lawned with shrub borders, conifers, lilac, magnolia and an ornamental rockery. The garden extends to about 75ft and is bounded by the natural hedgerow or timber fencing.
The garden enjoys a south-westerly aspect and views towards Audlem Church.
Services - Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property. N.B. Tests have not been made of electrical, water, drainage and heating systems and associated appliances, nor confirmation obtained from the statutory bodies of the presence of these services. The information given should therefore be verified prior to a legal commitment to purchase.
Tenure - FREEHOLD - With vacant possession upon completion.
Outgoings - Council Tax.
3 Shropshire Street - Band A
3a Shropshire Street - Band C
Deli/Cafe - Rateable Value £7250
Viewing - By appointment with BAKER, WYNNE & WILSON.
38 Pepper Street, Nantwich Tel No: 01270 625214
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