3 bedroom semi-detached house for saleSmithfield Road, Market Drayton, Shropshire, TF9
Sold STC £229,950
- Prepare to fall in love with this impressive three bedroom period home
- Set in a lovely area of Market Drayton within easy access into the town centre of Market Drayton
- To be fully appreciated we highly recommend both internal and external inspections
- The full living accommodation comprises: porch, reception hall, dining room, living room
- Modern 'IKEA' fitted kitchen, cloakroom/utility, landing, bedroom one with modern en-suite shower room
- Two further bedrooms, superb period style bath and shower room with under floor heating
- Gas central heating, part double glazed windows, good sized landscaped gardens
- Long driveway, parking area and detached single garage
Directions: From Market Drayton town centre proceed out along Cheshire Street, at the first mini roundabout turn right into Maer Lane and first right into Smithfield Road, where you will locate the property for sale on the right hand side.
Are you looking for a large period home with fantastic family living space? if yes, then 33 Smithfield Road could be the property you have been looking for. Since 2014 and the present owners occupancy, they have improved the property, which now offers an outstanding, home and to be fully appreciated, we recommend internal and external inspections. Outside the good sized gardens have been tastefully landscaped and there is a driveway leading to the detached garage and further parking.
Inside, are many features to include: tiled floors, open fireplace, stained glass windows, high ceilings, the large attic space would prove ideal for conversion and there is so much more.
The full living accommodation comprises: porch, reception hall, living room, under stairs study space, dining room, modern fitted IKEA breakfast/kitchen, utility/cloakroom, landing, bedroom one with modern en-suite shower room, two further bedrooms, period style family bathroom with under floor heating, gas central heating, majority double glazed windows, front and good sized rear gardens, colour stone driveway and parking area and detached single garage.
Market Drayton is a small market town in north Shropshire, close to the Welsh Border. It is on the River Tern, between Shrewsbury and Stoke-on-Trent, and was formerly known as "Drayton in Hales" (c. 1868) and earlier simply as "Drayton" (c. 1695). Market Drayton is on the Shropshire Union Canal and on Regional Cycle Route 75. The A53 road by-passes the town. The counties of Staffordshire, Cheshire, and the Welsh Border are close by.
Market Drayton has a lot to offer including all the beautiful architecture, fantastic street market every Wednesday, Cinema, public houses, a variety of restaurants, swimming baths, nursery, primary, secondary and sixth form colleges.
With light and part stained glass front door opening into the living accommodation.
Reception Hall: 6'10" ( 2.08m ) x 6'4" ( 1.93m )
Having stained glass window, feature patterned tiled floor, telephone point, central heating radiator, coat hooks, telephone point and the stairway leads up to the first floor accommodation.
Dining Room: 14'5" ( 4.39m ) x 13'8" ( 4.17m ) measured into the bow window.
This lovely reception room has a large walk-in double glazed bow window to the front elevation, central heating radiator, ceiling coving, stripped wooden flooring, window to the side elevation and a stripped timber fire surround with patterned tiled and patterned cast iron inset with open fire. ( Please note this has been capped off. )
Living Room: 13'6" ( 4.11m ) x 10'10" ( 3.30m )
With exposed floor boards, a part glazed door opens to the rear garden with windows either side, access to the useful under stairs storage cupboard ( currently used as a office ), central heating radiator and wooden fire surround with cast iron and patterned tiled inset and open fire.
Kitchen: 17'9" ( 5.41m ) x 6'10" ( 2.08m )
Housing a range of modern fitted IKEA storage units, butchers block effect work surfaces, ceramic double bowl sink with mixer tap over, fitted range style electric oven with two ovens, grill, 8 gas burners and stainless steel cooker hood over. Integrated fridge/freezer, integrated dishwasher, breakfast bar, part tiled walls, tiled floor, inset lighting, central heating radiator, USB electric socket, double glazed window to the side, two further stained glass windows to the side and a half glazed door opens to the rear garden.
Cloakroom/Utility: 6'9" ( 2.06m ) x 4' ( 1.22m )
Having a modern fitted low level w.c, inset vanity basin, plumbing for washing machine, wall mounted gas fired central heating boiler, ceiling coving and tiled floor.
First Floor Accommodation.
With access to roof space ( ideal for conversion, ) central heating radiator and controls for the under floor heating in the family bathroom.
Bedroom One: 11'8" ( 3.55m ) x 10'10" ( 3.30m )
Having double glazed window to the front elevation, central heating radiator and fitted wardrobes with cupboards over.
En-Suite Shower Room: 10'9" ( 3.27m ) x 2'7" ( 0.79m )
Fitted with a modern white suite comprising: double shower cubicle with chrome shower over, large chrome shower head, glazed screen and coloured lighting over. Inset vanity wash hand basin with cupboard under, low level w.c, further inset lighting, vinyl wood effect floor covering and extractor fan.
Bedroom Two: 10'11" ( 3.33m ) x 9'10" ( 3m )
Having window to the rear elevation, central heating radiator and built-in wardrobes with cupboards over.
Bedroom Three: 8'5" ( 2.56m ) x 7' ( 2.13m )
Having double glazed window to the rear elevation and central heating radiator.
Family Bath & Shower Room: 8'3" ( 2.51m ) x 8'2" ( 2.49m )max.
Fitted with a period style suite comprising: roll edged free-standing bath set on claw feet, low level w.c, circular wash hand basin set on a pretty pedestal, shower cubicle with chrome shower, large chrome shower head, inset coloured lighting and glazed shower screen. Part tiled walls, tiled floor with under floor heating, chrome heated towel rail, further inset lighting and obscure double glazed window to the side elevation.
As you approach the property there is a colour stone pull in area and folding metal gates open onto the colour stone driveway and parking area. To the front is a large rockery border with a variety of planted trees, bushes, shrubs and the driveway continues up alongside the property to the:
With up and over door.
The good sized rear garden has been landscaped and has two timber decking patio areas, shaped lawn, well stocked flower and shrub borders, trees, bushes, hedging, metal shed, space for the wheelie bins and fencing.
Services Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage.
Central Gas fired central heating boiler serving radiators as listed.
Tenure Understood to be freehold, subject to confirmation from vendor's solicitor.
Viewing Strictly by appointment via S & J Property Centres, 75 Cheshire Street, Market Drayton, Shropshire, TF9 1PN.
Subject to contract. Vacant possession on completion.
"We have not tested, where mentioned, the appliances, central heating or other services. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries and investigations before finalising their offer to purchase"
The measurements on these particulars are for guidance purposes only and are not to be taken as accurate. To ensure you are happy with all room sizes, please check the measurements yourselves
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