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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

1 High Heath, Hinstock, Market Drayton, TF9 2ST

Offers in Region of £325,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 31' family room with kitchen and dining
  • Modern family bathroom
  • 3 double bedrooms
  • Lounge with log burner
  • Detached garage and outbuildings
  • Enclosed rear gardens

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

One High Heath is a substantially, yet sympathetically extended, three bedroomed Victorian semi-detached
sandstone property dating back to 1885, full of charm and character, and ideal for modern family living. The
property is ideally positioned for access to the A41, on the fringe of the village of Hinstock, approximately 5
miles equidistant from the market towns of Newport and Market Drayton.
Hinstock has a thriving village primary school, shop with Post Office, village hall, parish church and Methodist
chapel as well as various leisure facilities. Newport and Market Drayton have a wide variety of shops,
supermarkets and leisure facilities, as well as primary and secondary schools. A Roman road still exists in part as
a road and as a footpath close by, and the property is also close to a small nature reserve, Quarry Wood, which
is managed by the Shropshire Wildlife Trust. One High Heath is within easy commuting distance of Telford,
Shrewsbury and Stafford, with their mainline train stations, and the A41 provides direct access to the M54 and
West Midlands.
The current owners have lovingly modernised and extended their home over the years, retaining all the original
features and character to the front of their house, they’ve created a total contrast to the rear of the property
with a stunning, open plan, sophisticated glass and solid oak family room containing a ‘state of the art’ sleek
kitchen area. The abundance of light and contemporary finish to this room is in striking contrast to the original
period design of the front of the property, yet with the walls constructed from natural oak and glass, it provides
a sympathetic and elegant extension to the home, well suited for both comfortable family living and entertaining.
The accommodation has been refurbished to an exceptionally high standard throughout, over the years, and it
should be viewed internally to appreciate how the owners have successfully fused the retained period features
so sympathetically with the new additions. All windows are modern replacement uPVC sealed double glazed
units. The property is heated via an oil fired central heating system, providing warmth via a mix of both under
floor heating to the family/kitchen area and modern and traditional style radiators throughout the property.
One High Heath stands back from the road, behind a low brick wall and neatly trimmed hedge with pedestrian
access via a blue brick path, bordered by rose bushes. Vehicular access is gained from the side of the property,
where a gravelled drive sweeps around to the rear of the home. The main front door is of solid oak, with glazed
panels, opening into a useful porch with exposed sandstone front wall. The original part glazed front door then
opens into the Hallway, giving access to all the downstairs rooms. Immediately to the left of the hallway is the
sitting room, having an inset modern log burner, which blends with the original quarry tiled floor, deep skirting
boards and coved ceiling. The bay window looking into the front ‘cottage’ style garden, allows plenty of light
into the room.
Opening off the rear of the hallway is the open plan Family Kitchen/Dining Room, which definitely has the
‘wow’ factor, having porcelain ceramic tiling to the floor and finished on two sides with floor to ceiling windows
and three sets of ‘French’ style patio doors crafted from solid oak, overlooking the rear and side gardens. More
light enters the room through three roof lights, with additional energy efficient LED spotlights providing
directional lighting. This room is a truly versatile space, having a modern Rotpunkt bespoke fitted kitchen area,
including a range of high specification, high gloss black, white and grey fronted units of cupboards and drawers.
Solid granite worktops sit on these cabinets, with complementary tiled splashbacks. An inset Franke sink and
drainer unit has a mixer tap. The kitchen boasts a built-in CDA fully automatic coffee machine, as well as a freestanding
Baumatic double width range cooker with ceramic hob and modern stainless steel Franke extractor unit
above. There is space and plumbing provision for both an under-counter washing machine and dishwasher and
space for an upright fridge/freezer. Further matching bespoke units are fitted in both the dining and living areas
of the property, creating a harmonious storage system across the entire space. The living area of the property
retains the original brick fireplace recess, fitted with an Invicta cast iron log burner, raised on a tiled hearth
From the hallway, a door opens into the Study Area, which has double aspect windows to both the front and
side of the house, making it an extremely light working space, with useful understairs storage. The
Cloakroom/WC is located off the study area, having a modern close coupled WC and wall mounted wash
hand basin with cupboard below. The room has a porcelain tiled floor, with half height wall tiling and an
extractor fan.

Stairs rise from the study area to the first floor, generously sized Landing, which is finished with engineered
wood flooring and has several high level windows, providing plenty of natural light. There is useful built-in eaves
storage off this landing, as well as the three double sized bedrooms and family bathroom. Bedroom One has a
front aspect window, retaining an original Victorian cast iron fireplace/grate. Bedroom Two has a side aspect
window, enjoying far reaching views across the gardens, over the adjoining farmland, and an additional ‘Velux’
style rooflight. Bedroom Three has a rear aspect window, with useful recess for a wardrobe.
The modern Bathroom is fully tiled with Spanish marble tiling to both the floors and walls. The room contains
a complete white suite comprising a panelled bath with mains mixer shower over, wall mounted wash hand basin
with vanity unit below, close coupled WC and a built-in airing cupboard housing the foam insulated hot water
cylinder. Light enters the room through a ‘Velux’ style rooflight.
Outside, the front area to the property is mainly laid to grass, in a ‘cottage’ style design, with a traditional blue
brick pathway leading to the front door. Rose borders edge the pathway and are located to the front of the
garden as well as to both sides of the low sandstone wall. A neat hedge borders the front garden to both sides,
and a path continues around from the front of the property to the side, where it opens out into the side/rear
The gardens extend to approximately 1/3 of an acre and have been carefully designed to provide distinct areas,
having been well maintained over the years. Borders to the gardens are provided by fencing and mature hedges.
The driveway is entered via a shared access from the Old Chester Road, and sweeps from the far corner of the
garden, towards the house, where it joins a paved patio area adjacent to the garage and sandstone outbuilding
and log store together with a most useful timber framed workshop. This patio has pretty, mature borders of
perennial plants to one end, where it meets the outbuildings. To the rear of the driveway is a deep border,
raised behind a wooden sleeper perimeter, containing a mixture of fruit trees including apple and damson, as well
as roses, herbaceous and perennial plants. A pretty arbour seat is situated within the border, providing views
across the depth of the side garden. A further area of raised herbaceous borders, interlocked with brick
pathways, is set to the far end of the side garden, providing a secluded seating area amongst the specimen plants.
Raised decking surrounds the side and rear of the property, with steps down to the patio area and to a further
decked seating area above the lawns.
In detail, the room sizes are as follows:
SITTING ROOM: 4.55m x 3.62m (15’0” x 11’10”)
KITCHEN / DINER / FAMILY ROOM: 9.60m max x 7.10m max (31’9” x 23’0”)
BEDROOM ONE: 4.76m x 3.58m (15’6” x 11’9”)
BEDROOM TWO: 3.50m max x 3.00m (11’6” x 10’0”)
BEDROOM THREE: 3.16m x 2.25m (10’4” x 7’4”)
COUNCIL TAX: We are advised by the Local Authority, Shropshire Council, the Property is Band D.
TENURE: We are advised by the Vendors, that the property is held Freehold and vacant possession will
be given upon completion.


SERVICES: We understand that mains water and electricity are connected. Private drainage is via a
shared septic tank. Oil fired central heating.
VIEWING: Strictly by prior appointment with the Agents Newport Office – 01952 812519
DIRECTIONS: Proceed from Newport High Street into Chetwynd End, continue until you reach
the A41 at the end, and turn Left towards Hinstock and Market Drayton. Continue along this road
for approximately four miles, passing the exit for Hinstock on the right hand side, and continuing up
the hill, where the road turns into a short dual carriageway. At the crest of the hill, turn right into
the Old Chester Road, where the property can be found, indicated by our For Sale sign.


1. While we endeavour to make our sales details accurate and reliable, if there is any
point which is of particular importance to you, please contact our office and we will
try to check the information for you.
The information in these property details is believed to be accurate but Tempertons does
not give, nor does any Partner or employee have authority to give, any warranty as to
the accuracy of any statement, written, verbal or visual. You should not rely on any
information contained herein. If you wish to ask a specific question about this property,
please speak to the sales advisor who has inspected the property.
2. Please note that we have not tested the equipment/appliances and services in the
property. Interested applicants are advised to commission the appropriate investigations
before formulating their offer to purchase.
3. Our room sizes are quoted in metres on a wall to wall basis to the nearest one tenth of
a metre. The imperial equivalent (included in brackets and correct to within 3 inches)
is only intended as an approximate guide for those not yet conversant with metric
measurements. Measurements should not be used for ordering fitments or new
carpets etc.
with considerable experience in preparing a wide range of surveys and valuations to
suit all requirements. Details of fees given without obligation.
PROPERTY LETTING – TEMPERTONS have considerable experience in
the Letting and Management of all types of residential property. Further
details given without obligation.

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19 September 2016


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