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Coalport Bridge Toll House, Coalport, Telford, Shropshire

Sold STC £269,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Reception hall/Dining room
  • Excellent fitted kitchen
  • Shower Room
  • Study/bedroom 3
  • Exquisite exposed beamed lounge
  • 2 upstairs bedrooms, bathroom, boiler room
  • Views overlooking river
  • Summer House, paved sun terrace
  • Detached garage and ample parking
  • Gas CH, partial double glazing

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A unique, detached Grade II Listed former Toll House brimming with many features, south facing overlooking the River Severn

  • Reception hall/Dining room
  • Excellent fitted kitchen
  • Shower Room
  • Study/bedroom 3
  • Exquisite exposed beamed lounge
  • 2 upstairs bedrooms, bathroom, boiler room
  • Views overlooking river
  • Summer House, paved sun terrace
  • Detached garage and ample parking
  • Gas CH, partial double glazing

    A charming detached Grade II Listed former Toll House, refurbished to a superior standard in an unrivalled and pretty setting within the picturesque Severn Valley. Steeped in history and offering a wealth of character throughout.

    The property is well presented and its layout provides a good flow of rooms with exceptional views. Externally, there is ample car parking in addition to the detached garage, paved patios and landscaped south facing terraced gardens running down to the banks of the River Severn with benefit of fishing rights.

    History:
    The original bridge at Coalport was known as Preens Eddy Bridge and was of timber construction built around 1780, designed by William Hayward and constructed by Robert Palmer, the bridge opened in 1780. By 1810 Coalport had an enclosed basin to accommodate up to 60 tub boats, with the canal connected to the Hay inclined plain enabling transport of materials down the steeply sloping Severn Valley.

    By 1820, the now famous porcelain manufacturing industry in Coalport employed over 400 people.
    The Toll House was originally built for use as a warehouse between 1793 and 1808, in use as a house by 1815 and as a Toll House from 1818. It was freed from tolls in 1922, however, it is believed that after cessation of tolls , the retired toll keeper, a Mr Green and then his indomitable daughter, protected the preserved bridge by dissuading drivers of heavy vehicles from crossing.

    In 1994 the ownership of the Toll House passed to the Buildings At Risk Trust who secure the preservation of historical buildings.

    Directions

    From Ironbridge, follow Waterloo Street, towards Broseley. Left before the "new" bridge, follow the riverside road. At junction, turn right, pass first the Shakespeare Inn on the left hand side, then after 1/2 a mile, the Brewery Inn on the right, immediately after which, turn right through a gated access signposted 'To Coalport Bridge Toll House'. Follow the lane straight on under the road, where the property can be found on the right hand side.


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    13 August 2009

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