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4 bedroom cottage for sale

Cherry Cottage, 8, Rudge Heath Road, Rudge Heath, Wolverhampton, Shropshire, WV5

Sold STC £530,000

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A beautifully positioned country cottage providing accommodation of some depth amidst lovely Shropshire countryside and benefitting from extensive grounds of approximately 1.2 acres in total

Pattingham 3.25 miles, Bridgnorth 6 miles, Wolverhampton 8.5 miles,
Stourbridge 11.5 miles, Dudley 13 miles (distances approximate)

Location - Rudge Heath is a small hamlet lying between the historic market town of Bridgnorth and Wolverhampton City Centre within easy travelling distance of both and also benefits from easy access to Wombourne, Dudley and Stourbridge.

Motor communications are excellent with the property benefitting from with the A454 Wolverhampton to Bridgnorth road being nearby and the motorway network facilitating access to the entire industrial West Midlands.

The small convenience store at Rudge Heath itself is within walking distance providing a wide range of everyday items with further shopping facilities available locally in Pattingham.

Description - Cherry Cottage is a detached country cottage standing well within its own grounds with a range of outbuildings complementing the family accommodation of the principal house itself.

Internally the house has been much improved by the current sellers but prospective buyers should note that there are some external works required to improve the cosmetic appearance and the house would benefit from having the windows replaced.

The ancillary outbuildings provide ideal space to work from home or could be used for leisure purposes creating flexibility of use.

Accommodation - A PORCH with a glazed front door leads to the HALL with parquet flooring, window to the front and wiring for wall lights. The DINING ROOM has a light dual aspect with French doors to the garden and a door to the adjoining SMALL STUDY. The SITTING ROOM is a charming living space with parquet flooring, two windows to the front and a wide inglenook style fireplace with solid fuel burning stove with quarry tiled hearth and concealed downlighting, a heavily beamed and raftered ceiling, French doors to the garden, wiring for wall lights and a door to the well appointed BREAKFAST KITCHEN with a comprehensive range of cream-faced, panelled wall and base mounted units with granite working surfaces, under-mounted 11/2 bowl stainless steel sink, space for a range style cooker with stainless steel Smeg extraction chimney above, integrated Salter weighing scales, American fridge freezer housing unit, built-in stainless steel Smeg microwave, integrated Bosch dishwasher, tiled floor, a through aspect with windows to two elevations, integrated ceiling lighting and a door to the co-ordinating LAUNDRY with granite working surfaces, a comprehensive range of wall and base mounted units, plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer and a stainless steel sink unit. Beyond the kitchen is the REAR HALL with tiled floor, window and garden door and a guest CLOAKROOM with a modern white suite with WC and corner wash basin, tiled floor and tiled walls. There is a double glazed CONSERVATORY standing on a brick base with wooden flooring, French doors to the garden and rear door and wiring for wall lights.

Stairs from the hall rise to the LANDING with two rear windows and wiring for wall lights. The PRINCIPAL SUITE has a double bedroom with windows to both the front and rear and integrated ceiling lighting together with an adjoining BOX ROOM which could, potentially, be converted to provide en-suite facilities. The SECOND BEDROOM has a range of built-in furniture including wardrobes, bedside tables and knee-hole dressing table / desk unit, beamed ceiling and integrated ceiling lighting, the THIRD BEDROOM has a range of fitted furniture including built-in wardrobes, an extensive range of chests of drawers and book and display shelving and corner dressing table / desk unit and windows to two elevations and the FOURTH BEDROOM also benefits from excellent bedroom furniture with wardrobes, chests of drawers, display unit and knee-hole dressing table / desk unit. The BATHROOM has a well appointed suite with a panelled bath and separate fully tiled shower, WC with concealed flush and wash basin set within a vanity unit with cupboards and drawers, windows to two elevations, tiled walls, integrated ceiling lighting and a chrome ladder towel rail radiator.

Outside - One of the principal attractions of Cherry Cottage is its superb location and its wonderful grounds. The house is approached over a long driveway and stands behind a large, gravelled frontage which provides ample off street parking and turning space for several vehicles. There is a detached DOUBLE GARAGE with roller shutter door, concrete floor, electric light and power together with two side windows and a courtesy door and an external staircase at the rear leading to a LOFT ROOM above providing excellent storage. Beyond the garage is a further area of courtyard parking with an open-sided double CARPORT and beyond that a building providing potential for a number of uses. The BUILDING has recently been used to provide an office suite with two large offices, a kitchenette and a cloakroom with WC and basin. The building provides the potential for continued use as a superb independent home office suite or could be utilised to provide leisure and recreational areas.

There is a shaped lawn to the front of the house with side access through a five-bar wooden gate to the lovely REAR GARDEN with an extensive patio providing outside dining and seating areas. The garden is interspersed with mature trees and boundaries together with a circular rear patio with timber gazebo-style barbecue house. There are further areas of lawns beyond the principal garden which are ideal for children's play areas or for poultry and livestock together with a further PADDOCK to the side with a STABLE BLOCK with loose box and tack room on a hardstanding base, a garden storage BARN and post and rail fencing.

SERVICES We are informed by the Vendors that mains water and electricity are connected, drainage is to a septic tank and the central heating is oil fired.

COUNCIL TAX BAND F - Shropshire Council.

POSSESSION Vacant possession will be given on completion.

VIEWING Please contact the Tettenhall office.

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