|Furnishing:||Furnished or unfurnished, landlord is flexible|
|Added on Rightmove:||06 March 2012 (1845 days ago)|
- Entrance Hall
- Open Plan Living/ Dining Room
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Utility Room
- Downstairs cloakroom
- Gallery Landing
- Master Bedroom with Walk in Wardrobe & En- Suite Bathroom
- Two further Double Bedrooms with Wardrobes
Full descriptionCedarwood is a wonderfully unique three bedroom detached property constructed less than 20 years ago by a Danish architect. It is perfectly situated in a quiet location in the hamlet of Hyssington with spectacular views over the rolling hills of Shropshire. Internally, it is beautifully presented with open plan and spacious living and benefits from a balcony to the front and large verandah to the rear - perfect for al-fresco dining. Ample parking is provided with a large driveway and car port area.
Bishops Castle 4 miles, Newtown 15 miles, Shrewsbury 19 miles, Ludlow 20 miles
Cedarwood is located in a private location in the quiet hamlet of Hyssington, just 4 miles outside of Bishops Castle - voted one of Britain's Top Ten Market Towns in 2011.
Bishops Castle has plenty of facilities for residents and tourists, coffee houses, cafés and restaurants, a museum of country life, the two micro-breweries and the old cattle market in the centre of the town. Beyond that, there is a significant number and variety of shops, local businesses and services ranging from clothes shops to the usual high street banks. The town is notable for a thriving selection of specialist retailers.
Hyssington lies just North of the A489 connecting Newtown in the West to Craven Arms in the East and the A49 providing access to the larger market town of Ludlow and the Cathedral City of Hereford.
Just to the East of Hyssington the A488 connects the village to the county town of Shrewsbury just 20 miles away.
Cedarwood was built and designed by a Danish architect in the 1990s and draws upon many retro modern Danish influences, yet built using locally sourced materials such as Welsh slate. The property features underfloor heating throughout the downstairs living areas and a modern Danish wood burner provides an unusual focal point in the living room. The large patio doors from both living and dining areas work to draw the outside in and the veranda promotes this providing a large seating area and table, with views extending over the local countryside.
A modern open tread wooden staircase with glass panel balustrades extend the open plan feel upstairs allowing views over the living and dining areas. All three bedrooms are good sized doubles, two of which benefit from walk in wardrobes and the master has it's own en-suite bathroom. In addition there is a balcony to the front of the property joining two of the bedrooms and providing views over the mature landscaped front gardens.
Slate effect tiled flooring with inset door mat and underfloor heating. Large built in storage cupboard ideal for coats and shoes. Walls painted white. White and wooden framed sliding door through to living accommodation and internal door off to:
Tiled flooring and underfloor heating. Double glazed window to front. Walls painted white and wooden ceiling.
Tiled flooring with under floor heating. A range of wooden wall and base units with cream laminate work surface and inset sink with monoblock tap. White walls and wooden clad ceiling. Recess and plumbing for washing machine. Door to carport. Internal door through to:
Tiled flooring with underfloor heating. Low level WC and wall mounted wash hand basin. Window to side. Walls painted white and wooden clad ceiling.
Open plan Living/ Dining Room
Open wooden stairs lead down to a spacious dining area with a low level partition wall providing a level of separation from the living area. Tiled floor and underfloor heating. Modern Danish log burner. White walls and wooden clad ceiling with beams. Patio doors open from both living and dining areas on to the rear veranda. Internal door through to:
Slate effect tiled flooring with underfloor heating. A range of wood effect and white fronted wall and base units with wood work surface over. Inset four ring halogen hob and electric oven and plumbing for dishwasher. Inset stainless steel sink unit with monoblock tap. White painted walls and wooden clad ceiling. Windows to side and rear.
From the entrance hallway a modern open staircase leads up to a platform gallery area overlooking the dining and living accommodation, then rising again to the landing area. Internal doors lead off to all bedrooms and the shower room and a built in storage cupboard with shelving and hanging rails.
Wooden flooring. Walls painted white and wooden clad ceiling. Door opens onto balcony to front which joins to third bedroom. Internal door through to walk in wardrobe providing a range of built in storage and hanging rails and loft access. Another internal door opens through to:
Bathroom suite comprising low level WC, vanity unit with wash hand basin and chrome mixer tap. Panel bath with shower over. Heated towel rail. Walls part wooden clad, part painted white. Wooden clad ceiling.
Wooden flooring and white painted walls. Double glazed window to front. Internal door to walk in wardrobe providing a range of storage. Built in airing cupboard housing water tank and a range of shelving.
Wooden flooring and white painted walls. Wooden clad ceiling. Built in wardrobe. Window to front and door onto balcony adjoining master bedroom.
Suite comprising low level WC, corner shower cubicle with shower and vanity unit with wash hand basin. Wooden flooring and wooden clad ceiling. Window to rear. Part painted walls, part wooden cladding.
Ample driveway parking and car port
Mains Electricity/ Mains Water Supply/ Underfloor Heating/ Private Drainage
Externally the property benefits from a large garden to the front with shed and numerous well established trees, namely a Cedar which features to the centre of the driveway. A carport to the side of the property proves as a good sheltered parking area and log store. To the rear of the property a natural enclosed garden with hedge borders is found providing the perfect backdrop for the decked veranda which can be accessed from the living and dining rooms.
Strictly by appointment with the Vendor's agents, Strutt And Parker on 01743 284 204
From Shrewsbury take the A49 through the villages of Hanwood, Pontesbury and Minsterley. Proceed through the Hope Valley and past Shelve until the road forks. Take the left hand fork towards Hyssington and continue along this road for 0.6miles and then take the second right. Turn off at the first left and up a private driveway where the property can be found at the top behind a gated entrance.
Tenancy - Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement under the provision of the Housing Act 1988
Strutt and Parker are advised the property is in council tax band G
Application/ Administration Fee - A non-refundable application fee of £50 per person (including VAT) is payable upon the submission of a completed application form. If the tenancy goes ahead an administration fee of £200 + VAT is payable upon the signing of the agreement.
Details prepared July 2011
Photographs taken July 2011
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