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4 bedroom detached house for sale

The Wyke, Shifnal

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Property Description

Key features

  • Period Four Bedroom Country Home set in mature landscaped Gardens & Grounds of around 1.5 acres.
  • Stunning unspoilt panoramic countryside views over Shropshire countryside and the Clee Hills beyond.
  • Upgraded to a high standard by the present owners
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • High quality Dining Kitchen and Utility
  • Family Bathroom and Ensuite to Principal Bedroom
  • Cellar with vaulted ceiling
  • Double Garage/Workshop
  • Stables and Paddocks

Full description

Hillcrest is a charming and attractive Four Bedroom Country Home set within mature landscaped gardens and grounds of approx. 1.5 acres, to include paddocks and an orchard which adorn the Southern and Western perimeter of the house, with stunning unspoilt views of the Shropshire countryside and the Clee Hills beyond. This idyllic rural property offers privacy and tranquility yet is within easy reach of the Historic Market Town of Shifnal with its wide range of amenities, local schools and a train station which provides excellent rail links to Telford, Shrewsbury, the West Midlands and London with easy access to the M54 and National Motorway Networks. The property has been upgraded to a high standard over recent years to combine Period and contemporary living space. Accommodation in brief includes, Spacious Entrance Hall, Cellar, Two Reception Rooms, High Quality Dining Kitchen, Utility, Downstairs Cloakroom, Four Double,Bedrooms, principle with Ensuite and Family Bathroom. A detached Double Garage/Workshop and Driveway provide Parking for several cars with Stables and Paddocks ideal for equestrian use.

External Description 
An attractive South/West Facing Rear Garden which has been lovingly maintained by its present owners to create landscaped outdoor areas with wonderful countryside views. The garden is accessed from the front of the property over a block paved pathway bordered with box hedging and a seating area with low brick wall overlooks a water feature inset with gravel and black riven slabs. A paved patio with pergola over continues round to a side access gate with raised flower beds, Victorian water pumps standing over the original well site and a beautiful water feature and rill with outside lighting. Waterbrick built Barbeque and Oil tank with trellised fencing to surround, 2 outside taps. Stone steps give access to the generous manicured lawned garden bordered with mature shrubs and trees with rockery and pathway leading to a timber gazebo overlooking the paddock and rural views. There is also a little herb garden. Double Garage/Workshop: With two Tudor style up and over doors, rear...

The property is approached from the road through an electric secure gated entrance with an intercom system, outside infer red lighting, Double Garage/Workshop and gravelled driveway providing parking for several cars. The attractive front garden with an original Victorian Lantern on the main entrance door, it is bordered with hedging, mature shrubs, trees and includes an orchard and greenhouse with garden shed. Stables and Paddocks are situated to the rear of the garage.

Entrance and Internal Description 
A stylish double glazed door inset with stained glass gives access to the; Entrance Hall: With two ceiling light points, security key pad, quarry tiled floor, two radiator, door to; Cellar; Vaulted ceiling and steps with riser lights and hand rail. Living Room: A room full of character to include an original beamed ceiling, wonderful working open inglenook fireplace with oak lintel and feature lighting beneath, Two windows, front window with yoke lintel over and side windows. Craven Dunhill heritage tiles, tiled hearth and integral log store, side aspect window, four wall light points, ceiling light point, two radiators, also has TV points in lounge and dinning room. Hallway from Kitchen with door to rear garden, radiator, ceiling light point, Minton tiled floor, understairs cupboard housing Worcester bosh self condensing boiler, stairs to First Floor Landing and door to Dining Room: With side aspect window overlooking the Shropshire countryside. feature original fireplace...

1st Floor description 
Stairs to First Floor Landing: With three ceiling light points, radiator, steps up to Master Bedroom and Ensuite. Master Bedroom: With countryside views, three built in wardrobes, radiator, two ceiling light points. Ensuite: With wall mounted vanity unit incorporating hand wash basin, large shower cubicle tiled to surround, rain head thermostatic shower, w.c., laminate tile effect floor, ceiling spotlights, wall mounted heated towel rail. Bedroom Two: With chimney breast feature, loft access hatch, radiator, ceiling light point, front aspect window. Bedroom Three: With countryside views and feature beams, radiator, built in wardrobe, storage cupboard to wall base, ceiling light point. Bedroom Four: With front aspect window, radiator, ceiling light point, loft access hatch, built in wardrobe. Family Bathroom: Contemporary white suite comprising: fully tiled corner shower cubicle, rain head thermostatic shower, free standing bath tiled to side, w.c.,wall mounted sink, tiled...

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24 May 2017


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