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5 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Great Ness

Sold STC £339,995

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade ll Listed period Property
  • Dating from the early 17th Century
  • Accommodation arranged over 3 Floors
  • 5 Bedrooms, 2 Reception Rooms, 2 Bathrooms
  • Large Gardens with 2 Outbuildings
  • Oil Central Heating
  • NO CHAIN

Full description

NO CHAIN - A rare opportunity to purchase a Grade II Listed Period Property believed to date from the early 17th Century situated in the charming hamlet of Great Ness and conveniently located between the county town of Shrewsbury and the market town of Oswestry.

The property has been sympathetically restored and extended by the current owners to create a spacious family home yet retaining a host of original features. The mature gardens are well stocked and offer the perfect back drop.

The deceptively spacious living accommodation includes a generous Lounge, Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility and Shower Room on the Ground floor. On the first floor are 3 large bedrooms (all with the potential to create en-suite's) and a Family Bathroom whilst on the second floor are a further 2 Bedrooms and a Study.

LOCATION 
The property is situated in the charming hamlet of Great Ness in the beautiful rolling countryside of North Shropshire. The nearby village of Nesscliffe has an excellent range of amenities including Primary School, Post Office, Petrol Station, Village Hall and Public Houses. Easy access onto the A5 provides direct links to Shrewsbury, Oswestry, Telford, Chester and the motorway network beyond. The nearby Nesscliffe Hill Country Park offers an excellent area for walking and other outdoor pursuits.

ACCOMMODATION 
The property is timber framed (with the exception of the kitchen extension) set under a slate roof. A part glazed wooden entrance door leads into:

RECEPTION HALLWAY 
Part timber flooring (currently carpeted) and quarry tiles. An oak staircase with exposed sandstone leads to the first floor whilst the original servant's bells are situated above a wood panelled door to:

CELLAR 
Steps with exposed sandstone wall leads down to the Cellar. Original period slate shelving, oil fired central heating boiler providing hot water and central heating. Light and power points laid on.

LOUNGE 
17'4 max x 15'7 x 14'8
A fragment of a wall painting with Latin inscription provides an excellent feature whilst there is also a decorative fire with grate and timber surround. Two sash windows, TV aerial point, double radiator, exposed beam to ceiling.

DINING ROOM 
17'1" X 11'9"
Feature brick inglenook with timber inset mantel housing a cast iron multi-fuel burner. Exposed timbers to ceiling and wall, quarry tiled flooring, double radiator. Sash window, original doorway to front, large walk-in store cupboard with exposed timbers, further walk-in store with exposed timbers. Wall light point, wooden door to:

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 
14'1 x 13'11
The original features continue in this room with exposed wattle and daub to one wall with inset timbers. The fitted kitchen comprises a range of matching wall and base units with built-in cupboard and drawers. Built-in oven with grill above and LPG gas four ring hob with extractor above. Built-in dishwasher, fitted fridge. A range of wooden style worktops with inset sink and drainer unit with mixer tap over. Tiled splashbacks, corner display unit. Feature exposed chimney breast with inset Rayburn Supreme which also provide hot water and heating. Exposed beams to ceiling.

UTILITY ROOM 
7'7 x 4'8 x 5'11 max x 3'1
Having wall and base units with fitted sink and drainer. Space and plumbing for washing machine, tiled splash surrounds. Part glazed wooden door giving access to the rear garden, door to:

SHOWER ROOM 
Having tiled shower area with shower tray and shower over, low level WC set to feature part exposed sandstone wall, wash hand basin with tiled splashback. Radiator, shaver point, sealed unit double glazed window overlooking the garden. Two ceiling spotlights, useful eye level store cupboard. From the Hallway a wooden panelled door gives access to:

SITTING ROOM 
14'4 x 11'6
Having decorative period style fire with matching grate and timber fire surround. Double radiator, sash window, two wall light points.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING 
Approached via the original wooden staircase with feature wall have inset timbers and shaped window. Exposed wooden flooring, period store cupboard, wall light point, radiator, wooden doors leading to:

BEDROOM 1 
15'6 x 14'8 into recess
Exposed wooden flooring, double radiator, original wooden framed leaded window, further sash window, two wooden doors giving access to:

WALK-IN STORE/DRESSING ROOM 
In the Agents opinion this room could be converted to an en-suite and has exposed wooden flooring, sash window.

BEDROOM 2 
14'4 x 12'
Having period fireplace with grate and part exposed hearth with original decorative timber surround. Double radiator, exposed wooden flooring, sash window, wooden door to:

DRESSING ROOM 
Again this room could accommodate an en-suite. With sash window, exposed wooden flooring.

BEDROOM 3 
16'6 x 12 max into recess reducing to 10'
Having feature wall with inset timbers, period fireplace, double radiator, sash window.

FAMILY BATHROOM 
Having sunken panelled bath with shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush WC. Radiator, window, shaver point, built-in airing cupboard. Eye level bathroom cabinet, exposed ceiling timbers, ceiling spotlights, tiled splashbacks.

SECOND FLOOR LANDING 
Approached via wooden stairs with feature wall having inset timbers and eaves storage. Radiator, Velux roof window, open fronted storage area with inset original timbers and water tank above.

BEDROOM 4 
15'4 x 14'9 max x 12'1
Having part sloping ceiling. Sash window, Velux roof window, double radiator, original fire with wooden replacement fire surround, wooden panelled doors giving access to two eaves storage areas.

BEDROOM 5 
18'4 x 8'5
With the original divider wall and is currently split into two rooms with two double radiators, shaped wooden framed windows, Velux roof window and exposed ceiling beams.

STUDY/BEDROOM 6 
8'4 x 8'6
With sloping ceiling, Velux roof window, radiator, exposed timber beam to ceiling.

OUTSIDE 
The gardens of this property are one of its most notable features. Found mainly to the rear a large lawned area leads onto extensive raised borders with flowering plants and mature shrubs. The garden is divided by sections of sandstone walling and further rockery areas and vegetable gardens. Towards the rear of the garden there is a further shrub area, mature plantation and useful garden shed and timber log store. A brick paved patio area can be found directly off the rear of the property whilst there is also an ample off road parking area directly off the adjoining lane. Two useful outbuildings offer a host of potential future uses and comprise:

OUTBUILDING 1 
14'4 x 11'3
Constructed of sandstone with pitched slate tiled roof with power and light and large Velux roof window.

OUTBUILDING 2 
20' x 9'3 approx
Constructed of sandstone and glazed windows with polycarbonate roof.

DIRECTIONS 
From Oswestry proceed towards Shrewsbury on the A5. At the Wolfshead roundabout turn left towards Nesscliffe and continue through the village. After passing the village hall turn left at the crossroads and proceed for approximately 1 mile where the property will be observed on the left hand side.

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Added on Rightmove:
31 August 2016

Nearest station

  • Shrewsbury (7.1 mi)
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Bowen Son & Watson, Oswestry

35 Bailey Street, Oswestry, SY11 1PX

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  • Shrewsbury (7.1 mi)
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To view this property or request more details, contact:

Bowen Son & Watson, Oswestry

35 Bailey Street, Oswestry, SY11 1PX

01691 595003 Local call rate

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