4 bedroom detached house for saleMaesbrook, Oswestry
- 4 BED DET HOUSE
- 3 RECEPTION ROOMS
- NO CHAIN
- EPC RATING D
- 2 BEDROOMS WITH EN SUITES
- GARAGE & PARKING
- ENCLOSED REAR GARDEN
- VIEWING RECOMMENDED
NO ONWARD CHAIN - Badgers Way is an impressive and spacious four double bedroom detached family home which is located within the village of Maesbrook. The property is set back from the road and enjoys a front garden with views towards The Breidden, block paved driveway which leads to the double length garage and an enclosed rear garden backing onto open countryside. The accommodation internally has a spacious entrance hall, a superb dual aspect living room with log burner, dining room, study, kitchen/ breakfast room, utility room, downstairs WC, spacious galleried first floor landing leading to the four double bedrooms: two en suite and family bathroom. Woodheads are delighted to present this property to the market and recommend an early viewing.
Directions - From Oswestry proceed to the Mile End Roundabout, take the exit signposted Welshpool (A483) follow the road until you see a turning on your left for Maesbury. Carry along this road, turn left at the T junction, turn immediately right sign posted Maesbrook/Llanymynech. Proceed into Maesbrook and the property can be found on the right hand side as you leave the village.
Location - Maesbrook is just off the A5 and A483 leading to Shrewsbury and Oswestry. The village benefits from a public house. Whilst set within an idyllic rural location, the property has road links to Wrexham, Chester and Liverpool via the A483 and A5; and to Shrewsbury, Telford and the Midlands via the M54. Trains run from Gobowen 10.4 miles approx. and Shrewsbury to Chester, Manchester, Birmingham and London. Trains run from Welshpool 11.6 miles approx. It occupies a beautiful rural location with enviable countryside views extending to the Welsh Hills and to the Breidden Hills with Rodney's Pillar.
Surrounding Towns - The popular village of Llanymynech has a range of local facilities which include a primary school, three public houses, shop, post office and cafe The border runs for the most part down the centre of the village's main street, with the eastern half of the village in England and the western half in Wales. The border also passes right through the now closed Lion pub, which had one bar in Shropshire and one in the former Welsh county of Montgomeryshire.
Knockin is a small village in Shropshire in a rural setting. The local is called the Bradford Arms and displays the Bradford family coat of arms. The pub also has a clock with three faces, hung outside above the main entrance. A range of state and private school are available in the nearby towns.
Kinnerley village has a post office and shop to supply your everyday needs and the market towns of Oswestry and Welshpool near by. There is also a highly rated Junior School.
Pant village lies near the Welsh border. This popular village has a few shops, primary school and a local public house. Pant has a few notable features: Llanymynech Golf Club is unique as the only 18 hole course in the UK to straddle the border between two countries; Llanymynech Ogof, a copper mine where many Roman artifacts have been found.
Oswestry is a market town located on the border of England and Wales. Famous for its outside markets on Wednesdays and Saturdays and livestock market, Oswestry is one of the country's oldest recorded border towns. The town centre boasts a number of independent and high street shops along with a number of specialist retailers and has a number of popular restaurants. Oswestry show ground plays host to a variety of annual fairs, music festivals and the Oswestry show. The area is renowned for its excellent state and private schools including Oswestry School, Moreton Hall Girls School, Adcote School for Girls, Ellesmere College and Packwood Haugh.
The market town of Welshpool has many attractions and is a lively shopping centre with a variety of local shops and plenty of places to relax and enjoy a coffee or a bite to eat, or take a walk along the Montgomeryshire canal. Powis Castle, Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway, Powysland Museum and Motte Bailey Castle are all within easy reach.
Newtown is a market town nestled on the banks of the River Severn. It is rich with industrial heritage and surrounded by beautiful countryside. Newtown is the largest town in Powys, central Wales. There are nature reserves, canal paths, the Severn Way and nearby, Gregynog Hall and Gardens. Along with local sports facilities, train station, bus station, Museums, Galleries, the Theatre Hafren and an attractive town centre with shops and restaurants. There are a number of Primary Schools and a High School with Sixth Form.
The County Town of Shrewsbury has a wealth of history with its timber-framed building and alleyway. Shrewsbury is lively town centre, packed with shops, cafes, shopping malls and independent retailers. Looped by the River Severn you can enjoy tranquillity of the riverside walks. The town has a variety of listed buildings including Shrewsbury Castle and Shrewsbury Abbey. For the evenings you can enjoy a variety of entertainment with theatre productions and shows or try one of the many restaurants and bars. The town also enjoys the annual events of the regatta and the flower show. Shrewsbury offers a wide choice of state and private schools.
Entrance Canopy - Wood and glazed front door leading into:
Entrance Hallway - 4.09m x 3.35m (13'5 x 11) - (Measurement above is maximum)
The spacious entrance hallway has wood effect flooring, radiator, coving, telephone point and a staircase rising to the first floor accommodation with a cupboard under.
Living Room - 7.42m x 3.40m (24'4 x 11'2) - Double doors lead into the dual aspect room with a double glazed bay window to the front aspect and double glazed patio doors to the rear garden, two radiators, coving, television aerial point, FM radio point, telephone point and a feature brick fireplace with tiled hearth and inset log burner.
Dining Room - 3.45m x 3.05m (11'4 x 10) - Double doors lead into the dining room which has wood effect flooring, radiator, coving and a double glazed window overlooking the rear garden.
Study - 3.94m x 3.45m max (12'11 x 11'4 max) - (Measurement above is maximum)
With a radiator, coving, television aerial point, FM radio point and a double glazed window overlooking the rear garden.
Downstairs Wc - A white suite comprising: WC, pedestal wash hand basin with part tiled splash back, radiator, wood effect flooring, coving and extractor fan.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 4.04m x 3.91m (13'3 x 12'10) - The modern kitchen has a range of fitted units with lighting under, newly fitted worktop surfaces, end display shelving, newly fitted one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap, part tiled walls, plumbing for dishwasher, space for tall fridge freezer, space for Range style cooker with extractor fan over, tiled floor, coving, inset ceiling lights, telephone point, television aerial point, radiator, double glazed windows to dual aspects and a door leading into:
Utility Room - 2.44m x 1.88m (8 x 6'2) - The utility room has a range of fitted units, newly fitted worktop surface, newly fitted sink and taps, part tiled walls, floor standing Worcester central heating boiler, plumbing for washing machine, radiator, tiled floor, coving, double glazed window to the side aspect and a wood and glazed door leading out to the side aspect.
First Floor Landing - A galleried landing with feature double glazed window to the front aspect with views towards open countryside. Airing cupboard with radiator and slatted shelving. Doors leading into the bedrooms and bathroom.
Master Bedroom - 3.96m x 3.94m (13 x 12'11) - (Measurement excludes wardrobes)
The master bedroom benefits from newly fitted built in furniture comprising wardrobes, shelving, cupboards and drawers, coving, radiator, telephone point, television aerial point, walk in wardrobe, double glazed window to the front aspect with enviable views towards The Breidden Hills and a door leads into:
En Suite Shower Room - The en suite has a modern three piece suite comprising: vanity unit with WC and wash hand basin with mixer tap and cupboards below, glazed shower cubicle, fully tiled walls, tiled floor, shaver point, heated towel rail, inset ceiling lights, extractor fan and a double glazed window to the side aspect.
Bedroom Two - 3.78m x 3.40m (12'5 x 11'2) - With radiator, coving and television aerial point, FM radio point and a double glazed window to the front aspect with enviable views towards The Breidden Hills.
Bedroom Three - 3.56m x 3.40m (11'8 x 11'2) - With radiator, coving, television aerial point and a double glazed window to the rear aspect with enviable views towards open countryside.
Bedroom Four - 3.96m x 3.58m (13 x 11'9) - (Measurement above is maximum)
With a radiator, coving, television aerial point, FM radio point and a double glazed window to the rear aspect with enviable views towards open countryside. Door leads into:
En Suite Shower Room - The en suite has a suite comprising: vanity wash hand basin with cupboards below, shower cubicle, tiled floor, tiled walls, radiator, shaver point, inset ceiling lights, radiator and extractor fan.
Bathroom - The bathroom has a modern four piece suite comprising: roll top bath with shower attachment, vanity unit with WC and wash hand basin with cupboards below, shower cubicle, heated towel rail, fully tiled walls, tiled floor, inset ceiling lights, extractor fan, shaver point and a double glazed window to the rear aspect.
Gardens & Grounds -
Driveway - A gate leads onto the block paved driveway providing parking for family vehicles and leading to the garage.
Double Length Garage - 10.36m x 2.72m (34 x 8'11) - The double length garage has an electric up and over door, power and lighting supplied, eaves storage space and a door leading out to the rear.
Front Garden - The front garden has a lawn area with flower and shrub borders, block and paved driveway, pathway leading to the front entrance, gates leading to either side of the proeperty and fence and hedge to boundary.
Rear Garden - The rear garden has a patio entertainment area which runs the width of the property, laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders, apple tree, two pear trees, blackcurrants, red currant, white currants, a greenhouse with power and water supplied and a heated sand box, garden shed, wood store, oil tank, outside socket, outside tap and outside lighting. To the rear of the garden there is a compost area, fruit and vegetable beds, pergoda and hedge and fence to boundary.
Agent's Note(S) - The current vendor has advised us of the following:
1. New UPVC double glazed windows have been installed
2. The property benefits from fibre optic broadband direct to the premises which facilitates a higher speed than normal.
3. A new boiler was installed in August 2017 with a 7 year warranty
4. The kitchen and utility room have had new worktops, sinks and taps
5, The master bedroom has new built in furniture
6. The shed has been re felted and has new windows
7. The drive has been widened
8. New front gates have been installed
Epc - Since the EPC was done a new boiler has been installed and new UPVC double glazed doors and windows have been installed.
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Particulars - These particulars are believed to be correct but their accuracy is not guaranteed and they do not constitute or form any part of any contract. All measurements, areas and distances are approximate and floor plans and photographs are for guidance purposes only. Woodhead Sales and Lettings has no authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to the property. If you are travelling some distance contact the office if you require any further information or clarification.
Tenure - It is believed that this property is Freehold but we are unable to verify this as we have no access to the documentation. If you proceed with the purchase of this property this will need to be verified by your solicitor/conveyance.
Services - We have been informed by the seller that the property benefits from mains water, shared septic tank, oil central heating. We have not tested any services, therefore no warranty can be given or implied as to their working order.
Local Authority/ Planning - Woodhead Oswestry Sales & Lettings Ltd have not checked rights of way, footpaths, covenants, easements, wayleaves, nor existing or proposed planning permissions concerning this property or the surrounding area.
Fixtures And Fittings - Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned above to be agreed with the Seller.
Viewings - By appointment through the selling agents. Woodhead Oswestry Sales & Lettings Ltd, 12 Leg Street, Oswestry, Shropshire, SY11 2NL. Tel: (01691) 680044.
Hours Of Business - Monday - Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm Saturday 9.00am - 1.00pm Sunday Closed. A 24 hour answer phone service is available.
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