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Key features

  • Exclusive Chetwynd Park Development
  • Extensive Private Landscaped Gardens
  • Driveway with Parking for Several Vehicles
  • Integral Garage
  • Kitchen
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • Laundry/Boot Room and Guest Cloakroom
  • Master Bedroom with Dressing Room and En-Suite
  • 2 further Double Bedrooms
  • Bathroom


The Coach House is an immaculate, three bedroom barn conversion nestling within an extensive landscaped garden on the exclusive Chetwynd Park development. Chetwynd Park is a site of historic and agricultural interest listed as an `historic park and garden` being of one of only three in the Borough. The current owners have lovingly refurbished their home with recent works including upgraded windows, a new heating system including a new boiler and many radiators. The en-suite has been totally refurbished and the bathroom updated. Accommodation throughout is flexible and well proportioned with many rooms having dual aspect windows and garden views. The private rear garden has been totally landscaped including two paved patios with timber gazebos providing ample outdoor seating and entertaining spaces, greenhouse, timber shed and log store.

Chetwynd Park has an eclectic mix of properties and is close to countryside walks, Newport town and commuter links to the M54 and Telford. Newport has highly regarded schools including Adams Haberdashers Grammar School and Newport Girls High School. Newport has a range of pubs, eateries, independent shops and supermarkets including Waitrose. Stafford mainline train station has regular services to London Euston, Birmingham and Manchester.

The property is approached over a tarmacadam driveway leading to the main entrance and garage. The garden to the front is laid to lawn with a specimen tree and shrubs. The insulated garage has a door to the front, light, power, additional storage to the roof space and door provides access to the rear garden. The private, landscaped rear garden consists of two large paved patios with timber gazebos over. Pathways lead to established beds and borders filled with specimen trees, perennial plants and shrubs. There is a vegetable garden and a variety of fruit trees and a greenhouse, garden shed and log store is included in the sale. A gate provides access to the rear garden.

Ground Floor.
The kitchen has a range of wall and base units with work surfaces over and composite sink and draining board. Integrated appliances include a Rangemaster cooker, microwave and dishwasher. There is standing space for an American style fridge freezer. The kitchen opens into the breakfast room with a front garden aspect. The laundry/boot room includes a guest cloakroom. The laundry has wall and base units with a work surface over, stainless steel sink and draining board with standing space and plumbing for a washing machine. There is access to a boarded loft space. A door provides access to an integral garage. The sitting room has dual aspect windows including French doors to the rear garden patio. To the centre of the room is a gas fire with an Italian stone surround and glazed double doors open into the dining room. The dining room has dual aspect windows, exposed timbers and stairs rising to the first floor.

First Floor.
The master bedroom has dual aspect windows with garden views and built in wardrobes to one wall. The bedroom leads into a dressing room with an abundance of hanging and shelf space and Velux windows to ceiling. The en-suite consists of a double walk in shower cubicle with mains shower, wash hand basin within a vanity unit, WC and Velux window. Bedroom 2 is a double room with built in storage and a Velux window. Bedroom 3 has built in storage and rear garden views. The bathroom consists of a panelled bath with shower over, wash hand basin within a vanity unit and WC. The landing has access to an insulated loft.

Tenure: Freehold
Council Tax Band: E
EPC Rating: D
Services: All mains gas, electric, water and communal private sewage treatment plant.
Service Charge: £365 per annum for perpetual annual rent charge ( communal areas ) .

“We are required by law to conduct anti-money laundering checks on all those selling or buying a property. Whilst we retain responsibility for ensuring checks and any ongoing monitoring are carried out correctly, the initial checks are carried out on our behalf by Lifetime Legal who will contact you once you have agreed to instruct us in your sale or had an offer accepted on a property you wish to buy. The cost of these checks is £40 (incl. VAT), which covers the cost of obtaining relevant data and any manual checks and monitoring which might be required. This fee will need to be paid by you in advance of us publishing your property (in the case of a vendor) or issuing a memorandum of sale (in the case of a buyer), directly to Lifetime Legal, and is non-refundable. We do not receive any of the fee taken by Lifetime Legal for its role in the provision of these checks.”Important.
We take every care in preparing our sales details. They are carefully checked, however we do not guarantee appliances , alarms, electrical fittings, plumbing, showers etc. Photographs are a guide and do not represent items included in the sale. Room sizes are approximate. Do not use them to buy carpets or furniture. Floor plans are for guidance only and not to scale. We cannot verify the tenure as we do not have access to the legal title. We cannot guarantee boundaries, rights of way or compliance with local authority planning or building regulation control. You must take advice of your legal representative. Reference to adjoining land uses ,i.e farmland, open fields etc does not guarantee the continued use in the future. You must make local enquiries and searches. We currently work with a number of recommended conveyancing partnerships including Simply Conveyancing. We currently receive a referral fee of £200 from Simply Conveyancing for each transaction.


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Band: E

The Coach House, Chetwynd Park, Newport


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Nick Tart Estate Agents, Newport Shropshire

45 Upper Bar, Newport, TF10 7AP

Nick Tart Estate Agents, Newport Shropshire

Nick Tart Estate Agents specialise in residential sales and lettings, we also offer auction and conveyancing services with our associated partners.

We established our first office in the World Heritage town of Ironbridge in 1991. From the very start the company's aim was to provide straightforward and reliable advice to ensure that both buyers and sellers were treated as individuals and receive a service they could value.

The group has grown with offices in Bridgnorth, Tettenhall,

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