3 bedroom detached house for saleThe Trench, Nr Ellesmere, SY12
Sold STC £395,000
- Detached Country House
- Super Surrounding Gardens
- Extensive Outbuildings
- Adjacent Paddock
- Ample Parking
- Ext to Approx 2.5 Acres
An attractively situated detached three bedroomed country house with super surrounding gardens, a most extensive range of outbuildings and adjacent pasture paddock extending, in all, to just over 2.5 acres or thereabouts.
Description - Halls are delighted with instructions to offer Trench Bridge Farm for sale by private treaty.
Trench Bridge Farm is a most attractively situated detached country house with lovely surrounding gardens, outbuildings, stables and adjacent paddock extending, in all, to over 2.5 acres or thereabouts.
The property, which is presented to an excellent standard, offers well designed, yet easily managed, internal accommodation to include a ground floor Reception Hall, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Shower Room, Lounge and Dining Room together with Three First Floor Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom. The property has the benefit of Oil Fired Central Heating and Double Glazed Windows
The gardens are an attractive feature of the property and comprise a lawned front garden together with an orchard garden to the rear, all flanked by a former railway cutting which is now a haven for wildlife, flora and fauna. The gardens are complimented by the pasture paddock which is ideal for the grazing of all kinds of livestock, if required, particularly horses.
There is an excellent range of outbuildings including a general purpose shed and a former shippon now used as a Stores, ands for Stabling and Tack Room.
The sale of Trench Bridge Farm does, therefore, present a most unusual opportunity to purchase such an attractively situated detached country house with lovely gardens, outbuildings and land conveniently situated for the town of Ellesmere.
Halls, the sole selling agents, strongly recommend an inspection to appreciate the quality of the property both internally and externally.
Situation - Trench Bridge Farm is situated in an attractive rural location in the heart of the noted North Shropshire countryside, yet only approximately 2.5 miles from the well known and popular North Shropshire Lakeland town of Ellesmere. Ellesmere has excellent local shopping, recreational and educational facilities and is, also, within easy motoring distance of the nearby centres of Oswestry (8 miles) and the county town of Shrewsbury (16 miles), both of which, have a more comprehensive range of amenities of all kinds. The well known village of Overton-On-Dee is also only 2.5 miles away which has excellent day to day amenities for a village of its size.
The Directions - From the centre of Ellesmere, take the A528 Overton-On-Dee road for approximate 2.5 miles and Trench Bridge Farm will be found on the right hand side, identified by a Halls For Sale board.
The Accommodation Comprises - A front entrance door with glazed side panel opening in to an enclosed:
Entrance Hall - With a fitted carpet as laid and a glazed internal door opening in to the:
Reception Hall - With a double panelled radiator, fitted carpet as laid, carpeted stairs to first floor and a door in to the:
Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 11'7" x 10'10" (3.53m x 3.30m) - With a fitted kitchen comprising a one and half bowl sink unit (H&C) with mixer tap and cupboards under, an extensive range of roll topped onyx style work surfaces to either side with base units and cupboards and drawers below, an integrated 'Zanussi' four ring hob unit with fitted extractor hood over and drawers below, a further range of roll topped work surfaces with cupboards below, an integrated 'Zanussi' single oven with niche for microwave above and further storage cupboard over, an extensive range of matching eye level kitchen cupboards, two with glazed fronts for glassware/crockery etc, extensive wall tiling, four ceiling downlighters, tv aerial point, double panelled radiator with wide sill over, ideal for display etc, double glazed windows overlooking the front and rear gardens.
Utility Room - 6'10" x 6'8" (plus 4'3" x 4'1" max) (2.08m x 2.03m - This room is slightly 'L' shaped and has a tiled floor, a stainless steel single drainer sink unit (H&C) with mixer tap and cupboards and drawers below, roll topped work surface to one side with planned space and plumbing below for a washing machine, a 'Firebird' oil fired boiler which heats the domestic hot water and central heating radiators with 'Honeywell' programmer to one side, double panelled radiator, fluorescent strip lighting, inspection hatch to the roof space, partly glazed door to rear gardens and orchard and double glazed window overlooking the rear gardens and door in to a:
Shower Room - With a continuation of the tiled floor, an enclosed shower cubicle with a 'Triton' T80 shower unit and tiled surrounding walls, corner vanity hand basin (H&C), radiator, low flush WC, double glazed window to rear elevation overlooking the orchard.
A door leads from the Reception Hall in to the:
Dining Room - 11'9" x 11'4" (3.58m x 3.45m) - With double glazed windows to two elevations overlooking the gardens, a fitted carpet as laid, a double panelled radiator and TV aerial point.
A door leads from the Reception Hall in to an:
Inner Hallway - Which has a radiator, a fitted carpet as laid, telephone extension point, double glazed window to side elevation, understairs storage area and meter cupboard.
A glazed door opens in to a:
Lounge - 22'5" x 12'6" (6.83m x 3.81m) - With attractive exposed ceiling timbers, two double spotlights on track, an attractive feature open brick fireplace with a raised slate hearth and wooden mantle over, raised display areas to either side with brick bases and timber mantle, TV aerial point, double panelled radiator, double glazed sliding patio doors opening out to the rear gardens and orchard, a further double panelled radiator, telephone extension point, windows to front and rear elevations and further quadruple spotlight on track.
The carpeted staircase rises from the Reception Hall up to the:
First Floor Landing - With a fitted carpet as laid, a radiator, double glazed window to side elevation with lovely views over surrounding countryside and door in to a Linen Cupboard,
Bedroom One - 11'9" x 11'0" (3.58m x 3.35m) - With a fitted carpet as laid, a double panelled radiator, double glazed window overlooking the front gardens and open countryside beyond, telephone extension point and TV aerial point.
Family Bathroom - With a suite comprising a panelled bath (H&C) with shower attachment and tiled surrounding walls, low flush WC, radiator, chromium heated towel rail, inspection hatch to the roof space, bidet, pedestal hand basin (H&C) with tiled splash back, mirror and shaving light and socket over, opaque double glazed window to front elevation.
Bedroom Two - 11'9" x 11'7" (3.58m x 3.53m) - With a fitted carpet as laid, a double panelled radiator, window to two elevations overlooking the gardens and surrounding open countryside, television aerial point and triple spotlight on track
Steps lead down from the Landing in to:
Bedroom Three - 12'9" x 11'9" (3.89m x 3.58m) - With a fitted carpet as laid, a double panelled radiator, double glazed window to rear elevation overlooking the orchard and door in to a:
Walk-In Dressing Room - 9'10" x 12'0" (3.00m x 3.66m) - With sloping ceilings and restricted head room on either side, power and light light on, radiator. This room is ideal for a variety of usages, such as an ensuite/office etc.
Outside - The property is approached off the council maintained roadway through a wooden five bar gate over a gravelled driveway which leads to the rear of the property where there is ample room for parking and manoeuvring vehicles.
Gardens - The gardens are an attractive feature of the property and briefly comprise a good sized shaped lawn to the front of the house flanked on two sides by high hedging and a rose border.
To the rear of the house is a good sized orchard in which there are apple, pear and damson trees again all flanked by floral borders.
There is a natural wooded area which was formerly the cutting for the old railway line, which provides a super natural area, ideal for those interested in flora, fauna and wildlife.
Outbuildings - The outbuildings are most extensive for a property of this kind and briefly comprise a predominantly timber and corrugated asbestos roofed:
Multi-Purpose Shed - 43'0" x 18'6" (13.11m x 5.64m) - With immense potential for a variety of alternative usages with a concrete hard standing to one side.
Adjacent is a predominantly timber and corrugated asbestos roofed three bay open fronted:
Storage Shed - 43'0" x 19'0" (13.11m x 5.79m) - Again with immense potential for alternative usages.
Stable Block - 44'6" x 15'8" (13.56m x 4.78m) - Principally of brick with timber upper elevations under a pitched corrugated asbestos roof being the former shippons now divided in to a good sized STORE ROOM with adjacent TACK ROOM and STABLE and a brick lean-to to one end with power and light laid on and loft storage over.
The buildings are most extensive and have immense potential for continuation of their present usage or for adaptation in to alternative usages, if required. (Subject to Local Authority Planning Consent)
The Land - The grounds are a major feature of the property and include a small enclosed part concreted and part grassed compound to the rear of the stables which leads on to a former orchard which, in turn, leads on to the PADDOCK which is down to permanent pasture, at present, contained within a single enclosure with separate vehicular access on to the council maintained roadway. The land is in an area noted for its heavy stocking capabilities and is ideal for the grazing of all kinds of livestock, if required, particularly horses. The property extends, in all, to over 2.5 acres, or thereabouts.
Tenure - The property is said to be of freehold tenure and vacant possession will be given on completion of the purchase.
Services - We understand that the property has the benefit of mains water and electricity. Drainage is to a private system. The property has the benefit of an oil fired central heating system.
Local Authority - Shropshire Council, Shirehall, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY2 6ND
Council Tax - The property is in Band ' F ' on the Shropshire Council Register. The payment for 2016/2017 is £2,216.41.
Viewing - By appointment through Halls, The Square, Ellesmere, Shropshire. Tel:(01691) 622602.
Halls Holdings Ltd and any joint agents for themselves, and for the Vendor of the property whose Agents they are, give notice that: (i) These particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract (ii) No person in the employment of or any agent of or consultant to Halls Holdings has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property (iii) Measurements, areas and distances are approximate, Floor plans and photographs are for guidance purposes only (photographs are taken with a wide angled / zoom lenses) and dimensions shapes and precise locations may differ (iv) It must not be assumed that the property has all the required planning or building regulation consents. Halls Holdings Ltd, Halls Holdings House, Bowmen Way, Battlefield, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY4 3DR. Registered in England 06597073.
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