3 bedroom house for sale

Horsehay Estate, Telford

Sold STC £197,950

Property Description

Key features

  • A Stunning 3 Bedroom Conversion
  • Finished To a High Standard by a Respected Local Developer
  • A Truly Unique Property Which Really Has The WOW Factor
  • Open Planing Living And 2 Bathrooms
  • Intriguing Communal Outdoor Space
  • Set In a Sought After Village Location
  • Just 3.6 Miles From Telford
  • Excellent Commuter Links
  • Available With No Upward Chain
  • Ready For Occupation Spring/Summer 2019

Full description

If you're looking for a home with the 'Wow Factor' then you need to take a look at this stunning property. Set on an exclusive development, in the sought after village of Horsehay, a historic industrial building is currently undergoing an incredible transformation. Sound fascinating? Then read on.....

Property Features - - A Stunning 3 Bedroom Conversion
- Finished To a High Standard by a Respected Local Developer
- A Truly Unique Property Which Really Has The WOW Factor
- 141.12 Square Metres of Accommodation
- Open Planing Living And 2 Bathrooms
- Intriguing Communal Outdoor Space
- Set In a Sought After Village Location
- Just 3.6 Miles From Telford
- Excellent Commuter Links
- Available With No Upward Chain
- Ready For Occupation Spring/Summer 2019

The Property - There's something really rather special happening in the pretty village of Horsehay and you have to opportunity to be part of it. Highly respected local developers, ISAAC Properties, are currently renovating a historic industrial building and are offering you the opportunity to tailor the internal fixtures to your own individual specifications, so they can create the perfect home for you.

The unique development will combine extensive history and character with modern contemporary living. Visually, the property will be as striking on the outside as it is inside, an eye catching modern industrial look, will be enhanced and accentuated by the use of creative lighting. Internally there will be flowing living spaces, a glass staircase with a glass void, allowing natural light from the glass roof to pass all the way to the ground floor. The property will be fully double glazed and have a mixture of oak, crittle and bifolding doors. Brushed steel light fittings , LED lighting with pot lights in the ceiling will be used to create a warm ambiance, while high end fixtures will feature throughout.

The ground floor accommodation will comprise a, lounge diner, kitchen, utility room and WC. Parkay hardwood floors will combine with high-end fixtures and fittings, sleek modern kitchen design and granite worktops, to create a contrast between old and new. The lounge will be spacious and airy with room for a dining table and chairs. On the first floor there are three good sized bedrooms, one of which will have a recessed balcony. There will be two bathrooms, one en-suite and one main bathroom. The bathrooms will be stylish and contemporary, glass showers, chrome fixings, heated towel rails, white clean lines and a tiled finish, will all be present.

Outside, the property will have two allocated spaces as well as provision for visitor parking. The property will also have the benefit of a large, private, gated communal garden which will be available for the residents of this select development to enjoy.

The Village - Horsehay is a village located 2.2 miles outside of Dawley and is on the northern edge of the Ironbridge Gorge area. Perfectly located within easy access to the bigger towns of Telford, 3.6 miles away, and Shrewsbury, 16 miles away, you get the added advantage of being within a pretty village environment with the benefits of the larger towns amenities nearby. There are 3 public houses located within Horsehay offering food and drinks and just over a mile away you will also find an Indian and Chinese restaurant. Horsehay itself also has a Methodist Chapel, a chip shop, a village hall, and a post office. On top of your day to day amenities, Horsehay has the added extra of its very own golf course complete with restaurant, perfect for a little day out for all those visitors you will have. Speaking of visitors, Horsehay is the home of The Telford Steam Railway which holds various events throughout the year, including a Day out with Thomas which is a fantastic event for any Thomas the Tank engine fans who will get pulled to see Santa by Thomas himself!

The Town - Telford is Shropshire's largest Town and is ever growing in popularity due to announcement of the 250 million pound re-generation plan in 2007. The town offers something for everybody with a huge amount of recreational facilitates such as the large Telford Shopping Centre, ice skating rink, bowling alley and a variety of bars and restaurants. If you have a keen interest in sport, the town has a wide range of sporting clubs including Telford Athletic Football Club, Telford Tigers (Ice Hockey), Telford Raiders (Rugby League), Telford Hornets (Rugby Union) and the Telford Athletics & Running Club. The Town features a number of popular golf clubs in and around the area (at least one of which has a gymnasium attached) and also boasts hosting the 2007 and 2010 UK Snooker Championships in the Telford International Centre. Telford and the surrounding area is also a scenic destination for travelling tourists. The Town advertises itself as ‘The Birth Place of Industry’ due to its proximity to Coalbrookdale and other places in the Ironbridge Gorge area, which are internationally recognised as an UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its importance in the Industrial Revolution. Telford offers a selection of good educational facilities with a number of primary schools, secondary schools and a college. The Town is situated at the terminus of the M54 and offers excellent transport links via road to neighbouring towns and cities such as Shrewsbury and Birmingham. The town of Shrewsbury is approximately 15 miles West and the hustle and bustle of Birmingham City Centre is 34 miles South East. Both are also easily accessible by rail from Telford Central Station and benefits from regular rail links.

Accommodation List -

Lounge Diner -

Kitchen -

Utility Room -

Cloakroom -

Master Bedroom -

En-Suite -

Bedroom Two -

Bedroom Three -

Bathroom -

Council Tax - Shropshire Council - To be assessed.

Services - We are informed that the property is connected to all mains services.

Heating - The property has gas fired central heating.

Tenure - Freehold

Nearest Airports - Birmingham – Approximately 46 miles (duration: 55min via road)
Liverpool John Lennon – Approximately 69 miles (duration: 1hr 40min via road)
Manchester – Approximately 84 miles (duration: 1hr 35min via road)

Links To Central London - Via Road - travel time is approximately 2hrs 49mins based on a 158 mile journey travelling along the M54 and then M40.
Via Rail – travel time is approximately 2hr 15min hours based on a standard transfer to London Euston.

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08 March 2018

Nearest stations

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  • Oakengates (2.7 mi)
  • Wellington (3.1 mi)
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01743 626060 Local call rate

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Nearest stations

  • Telford Central (2.4 mi)
  • Oakengates (2.7 mi)
  • Wellington (3.1 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Holters Estate & Letting Agents, Shropshire, Herefordshire & Mid Wales

Head Office: 24 St. Johns Hill Shrewsbury SY1 1JJ

01743 626060 Local call rate

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