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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Uffington, Shrewsbury, SY4

Sold by Us £250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • One Bathroom
  • Grade II Listed Cottage
  • Three Bedrooms
  • One Reception
  • Garden
  • Central Heating
  • Period Features Throughout
  • Excellent Views To Rear
  • Off Road Parking For Two Cars Plus Guest Parking
  • No Upward Chain

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
Tucked away within the village of Uffington and offering unrivalled views to the rear, is this idyllic Grade II listed three bedroom semi-detached home within a stones throw from a range of local amenities and the established Corbett Arms pub/restaurant. The village of Uffington is ideally situated to offer brilliant access into Shrewsbury town centre via a bicycle/walk track which is located next to the river and old canal along with the A49 and A5 being found just over a mile away.

The property offers a wealth of period features throughout, dating back to the 16th century whilst accommodation briefly comprises of: Three double bedrooms, family bathroom, landing/study, kitchen/breakfast room, lounge, off road parking for two cars and further two spaces for guest parking and fully enclosed mature garden to rear. NO UPWARD CHAIN.

Kitchen / Breakfast
16'2 x 12'7
Entrance via stable door. Featuring dual aspect windows to the front and side of the property, a range of wall and base units with built in Belfast sink, plumbing for washing machine and tiled flooring throughout. Inglenook fireplace with Gas Aga and back boiler. Under stairs walk in pantry and Oak staircase leading to upper floors.

15'4 x 12'10
With inglenook fireplace and Clearview multi fuel burner, window to front of the property, original wooden beams to the ceiling, telephone and TV point.

12'5 x 11'
Accessed via staircase this landing/office space offers window with views to the rear and countryside beyond, original beams throughout, access into bathroom and bedroom one along with staircase to second floor.

12'7 x 6'
Fitted with panelled bath and electric power shower overhead, wash hand basin, W.C, radiator, window with front aspect and original beams to the ceiling.

Bedroom One
17' x 12'3
Featuring window with front aspect, airing cupboard housing immersion heater, original beams throughout and under stairs storage cupboard.

Bedroom Two
17 x 12'3
Dual aspect windows to the front and side of the property, access into loft via hatch and electric storage heater.

Bedroom Three
17'3 x 12'9
Window with front aspect, electric storage heater, access to loft via hatch and original beams throughout.

The property is approached via gravelled driveway with parking for at least two vehicles and is separated from the driveway by gated access and a range of mature raised borders. To the rear is a fully enclosed garden comprising of paved patio area, steps leading to lawn which offers a range of mature fruit trees, garden shed and excellent views of the countryside beyond and Haughmond Hill.

If travelling from the M54 (A5) into Shrewsbury, take the second exit at the roundabout onto the A49, from the next roundabout take the third exit onto the B5062 and take the first right hand turn after the bend. After approximately 1/2 a mile, the property can be found on the left, hand side, the second driveway directly after the bend and opposite Oakhurst house.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
03 October 2015


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