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4 bed detached house

Lucknow Farm And Cottage, Brockhurst, Weston-under-Lizard, Shifnal, Shropshire, TF11

listed on 2019-09-21  Berriman Eaton LLP   

A beautifully situated former farmhouse standing in rolling, open countryside with substantial grounds of approximately 4.6 acres with a significant range of outbuildings including kennelling and brick and tile stables and dovecote in an easily accessible location with excellent communications Shifnal - 7 miles, Newport - 10 miles, Telford - 10 miles, Wolverhampton 12.5 miles, M54 (Junction 3) - 7 miles (distances approximate)

4 bed detached house

Ryton Court, Ryton Court, Ryton, Shifnal, Shropshire, TF11

listed on 2019-09-24  Berriman Eaton LLP   

An outstanding country residence with beautifully presented accommodation and charming gardens of almost an acre in size which border the River Worfe. Albrighton - 3.5 miles, Telford - 8 miles, Wolverhampton - 11 miles, M54 (J3) - 5 miles (distances approximate)

6 bed detached house

Lizard Grange Farm, Tong, Shifnal, Shropshire, TF11

listed on 2019-10-10  Scriven & Co   

6 bedroom Detached House for sale: Lizard Grange Farm, Tong, Shifnal, Shropshire, TF11 Guide Price £900,000 3 6 3 Reference: 37192_MJW190014 Description A prime Grade II listed six bedroom character residence of considerable attraction standing in a lovely rural setting. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION An especially attractive Georgian country house of immense character and appeal built in 1790 enjoying a delightful rural setting surrounded by open farmland and yet within easy travelling distance of local shops and schools. The M54, M6, M5 motorways and the M6 Toll Road also give easy access to most industrial areas of Shropshire, Staffordshire and the West Midlands. Standing in approximately 5 acres, this fine property offers the following spacious and delightfully laid out accommodation: GROUND FLOOR PORTICO ENTRANCE RECEPTION HALL having panelled and glazed entrance door, quarry tiled floor, radiator, telephone point, understairs cupboard and moulded ceiling cornice. DRAWING ROOM 18'4' x 14'10' (5.59m x 4.52m) maximum having sash window overlooking the main garden and open farmland beyond, feature marble fireplace with cast grate and decorative tile slips, quarry tiled floor, double radiator, 2 wall light points, T.V. aerial point and moulded ceiling cornice. DINING ROOM 15'0' x 14'7' (4.57m x 4.44m) maximum with side and rear facing sash windows, 2 double radiators, quarry tiled floor and picture rail. SITTING ROOM 14'2' x 12'0' (4.32m x 3.66m) maximum having sash window, wood burning stove, radiator and door to verandah. IMPRESSIVE COUNTRY HOUSE BREAKFAST KITCHEN 20'5' x 11'8' (6.22m x 3.56m) maximum containing Belfast sink, natural slate draining board, hardwood block work surfaces, integral shelved units, plumbing for dishwasher, quarry tiled floor, radiator, single glazed casement window, feature inglenook with cast iron range, 2 built-in china cupboards and exposed ceiling beams. LARDER with fitted shelving. BUTLER'S PANTRY with settle, fitted shelving and quarry tiled floor. INNER HALL with quarry tiled floor, fitted storage cupboard with natural pine panelled doors, double radiator, door to CELLAR, understairs storage cupboard and secondary staircase leading to the first floor. 'L' SHAPED LAUNDRY 21'7' x 14'3' maximum having large sink, quarry tiled floor, original copper radiator, high ceiling, exposed wall and ceiling beams and oil fired boiler supplying the central heating and domestic hot water. SHOWER ROOM 8'7' x 7'5' (2.62m x 2.26m) maximum having fully tiled shower cubicle with Triton T80 shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low level toilet, arched display niche with fitted vanity mirror, wall light position, radiator, wall light point and extractor fan. BOOT ROOM 13'10' x 11'3' (4.22m x 3.43m) maximum containing Belfast sink with twin bowls and mixer tap, fitted wall cupboard and display shelving, quarry tile floor, exposed ceiling beams and 2 split stable doors giving access to the gardens. LEAN-TO-PORCH SINGLE STOREY BRICK OUTBUILDING (attached to the house) 24'0' x 13'4' (7.32m x 4.06m) maximum This building is in need of repair and refurbishment but, subject to usual permissions, could be renovated and incorporated into the main house accommodation or possibly a dependent relative's annexe. OUTSIDE ELECTRIC LIGHT and COLD WATER TAP Fine period oak staircase leads from the main Hall to: FIRST FLOOR CENTRAL SQUARE LANDING with sash window, radiator, moulded ceiling cornice, decorative ceiling rose and a secondary staircase gives further access to the ground floor. BEDROOM 1: 15'1' x 15'0' (4.6m x 4.57m) maximum with sash window, panelled walls to dado, period fireplace with cast iron grate, double radiator, 2 wall light points and door to ENSUITE BATHROOM 9'1' x 4'3' (2.77m x 1.3m) maximum comprising corner bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level toilet with oak seat, vanity wall mirror with strip light incorporating shaver point above, radiator, extractor fan and wall panelling to dado height. BEDROOM 2: 15'2' x 15'0' (4.62m x 4.57m) maximum having sash window, period fireplace with cast grate, double radiator and built-in storage cupboard. BEDROOM 3 (front) 15'5' x 15'0' (4.7m x 4.57m) maximum having casement window, period fireplace with cast grate and double radiator. BEDROOM 4: 15'1' x 11'10' (4.6m x 3.61m) maximum having casement window, period fireplace with cast grate, double radiator and built-in cupboard with fitted shelving. FAMILY BATHROOM 8'0' x 7'8' (2.44m x 2.34m) maximum comprising panelled bath with mixer tap incorporating shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level toilet, wall light point and casement window. SECOND FLOOR LANDING with radiator and door giving access to large loft storage space. BEDROOM 5: 15'6' x 15'0' (4.72m x 4.57m) maximum having sash window, period fireplace and double radiator. BEDROOM 6: 15'7' x 15'1' (4.75m x 4.6m) maximum having sash window, period fireplace with cast grate and double radiator. OUTSIDE Lizard Grange enjoys a lovely rural setting standing well back from the main A41 behind open farmland and is approached via a remote controlled wrought iron security gate and a long tarmacadamed drive leading to this fine Country Residence. The property, which stands in approximately 5 ACRES laid mainly to grass with a selection of mature trees and shrubs, enjoys stunning views overlooking open fields at the rear. CAR PARKING SPACE FOR SEVERAL VEHICLES There is an EXTENSIVE RANGE OF BRICK AGRICULTURAL OUTBUILDINGS AND OPEN METAL HAYBARNS (these are all in derelict condition). Subject to Planning Permission, it may be possible to convert one of these outbuildings into a dependent relative's annexe (due to a restrictive covenant these buildings could not be re-sold for separate residential use). GENERAL INFORMATION TENURE: Freehold SERVICES: Mains electricity and water are connected. Drainage is to a private system. VIEWING: Strictly by prior appointment with the Selling Agents. *RECEPTION HALL * DRAWING ROOM * DINING ROOM * SITTING ROOM * IMPRESSIVE BREAKFAST KITCHEN * LAUNDRY * SHOWER ROOM * BOOT ROOM * MASTER BEDROOM HAVING ENSUITE BATHROOM * FIVE FURTHER BEDROOMS * FAMILY BATHROOM * OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING * PRIVATE DRAINAGE * OUTBUILDINGS * STANDS IN APPROXIMATELY 5 ACRES*

6 bed detached house

Lizard Grange Farm, Tong, Shifnal, Shropshire, TF11

listed on 2019-10-10  IanGibbs   

6 bedroom Detached House for sale: Lizard Grange Farm, Tong, Shifnal, Shropshire, TF11 Guide Price £900,000 3 6 3 Reference: 37192_MJW190014 Description A prime Grade II listed six bedroom character residence of considerable attraction standing in a lovely rural setting. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION An especially attractive Georgian country house of immense character and appeal built in 1790 enjoying a delightful rural setting surrounded by open farmland and yet within easy travelling distance of local shops and schools. The M54, M6, M5 motorways and the M6 Toll Road also give easy access to most industrial areas of Shropshire, Staffordshire and the West Midlands. Standing in approximately 5 acres, this fine property offers the following spacious and delightfully laid out accommodation: GROUND FLOOR PORTICO ENTRANCE RECEPTION HALL having panelled and glazed entrance door, quarry tiled floor, radiator, telephone point, understairs cupboard and moulded ceiling cornice. DRAWING ROOM 18'4' x 14'10' (5.59m x 4.52m) maximum having sash window overlooking the main garden and open farmland beyond, feature marble fireplace with cast grate and decorative tile slips, quarry tiled floor, double radiator, 2 wall light points, T.V. aerial point and moulded ceiling cornice. DINING ROOM 15'0' x 14'7' (4.57m x 4.44m) maximum with side and rear facing sash windows, 2 double radiators, quarry tiled floor and picture rail. SITTING ROOM 14'2' x 12'0' (4.32m x 3.66m) maximum having sash window, wood burning stove, radiator and door to verandah. IMPRESSIVE COUNTRY HOUSE BREAKFAST KITCHEN 20'5' x 11'8' (6.22m x 3.56m) maximum containing Belfast sink, natural slate draining board, hardwood block work surfaces, integral shelved units, plumbing for dishwasher, quarry tiled floor, radiator, single glazed casement window, feature inglenook with cast iron range, 2 built-in china cupboards and exposed ceiling beams. LARDER with fitted shelving. BUTLER'S PANTRY with settle, fitted shelving and quarry tiled floor. INNER HALL with quarry tiled floor, fitted storage cupboard with natural pine panelled doors, double radiator, door to CELLAR, understairs storage cupboard and secondary staircase leading to the first floor. 'L' SHAPED LAUNDRY 21'7' x 14'3' maximum having large sink, quarry tiled floor, original copper radiator, high ceiling, exposed wall and ceiling beams and oil fired boiler supplying the central heating and domestic hot water. SHOWER ROOM 8'7' x 7'5' (2.62m x 2.26m) maximum having fully tiled shower cubicle with Triton T80 shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low level toilet, arched display niche with fitted vanity mirror, wall light position, radiator, wall light point and extractor fan. BOOT ROOM 13'10' x 11'3' (4.22m x 3.43m) maximum containing Belfast sink with twin bowls and mixer tap, fitted wall cupboard and display shelving, quarry tile floor, exposed ceiling beams and 2 split stable doors giving access to the gardens. LEAN-TO-PORCH SINGLE STOREY BRICK OUTBUILDING (attached to the house) 24'0' x 13'4' (7.32m x 4.06m) maximum This building is in need of repair and refurbishment but, subject to usual permissions, could be renovated and incorporated into the main house accommodation or possibly a dependent relative's annexe. OUTSIDE ELECTRIC LIGHT and COLD WATER TAP Fine period oak staircase leads from the main Hall to: FIRST FLOOR CENTRAL SQUARE LANDING with sash window, radiator, moulded ceiling cornice, decorative ceiling rose and a secondary staircase gives further access to the ground floor. BEDROOM 1: 15'1' x 15'0' (4.6m x 4.57m) maximum with sash window, panelled walls to dado, period fireplace with cast iron grate, double radiator, 2 wall light points and door to ENSUITE BATHROOM 9'1' x 4'3' (2.77m x 1.3m) maximum comprising corner bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level toilet with oak seat, vanity wall mirror with strip light incorporating shaver point above, radiator, extractor fan and wall panelling to dado height. BEDROOM 2: 15'2' x 15'0' (4.62m x 4.57m) maximum having sash window, period fireplace with cast grate, double radiator and built-in storage cupboard. BEDROOM 3 (front) 15'5' x 15'0' (4.7m x 4.57m) maximum having casement window, period fireplace with cast grate and double radiator. BEDROOM 4: 15'1' x 11'10' (4.6m x 3.61m) maximum having casement window, period fireplace with cast grate, double radiator and built-in cupboard with fitted shelving. FAMILY BATHROOM 8'0' x 7'8' (2.44m x 2.34m) maximum comprising panelled bath with mixer tap incorporating shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level toilet, wall light point and casement window. SECOND FLOOR LANDING with radiator and door giving access to large loft storage space. BEDROOM 5: 15'6' x 15'0' (4.72m x 4.57m) maximum having sash window, period fireplace and double radiator. BEDROOM 6: 15'7' x 15'1' (4.75m x 4.6m) maximum having sash window, period fireplace with cast grate and double radiator. OUTSIDE Lizard Grange enjoys a lovely rural setting standing well back from the main A41 behind open farmland and is approached via a remote controlled wrought iron security gate and a long tarmacadamed drive leading to this fine Country Residence. The property, which stands in approximately 5 ACRES laid mainly to grass with a selection of mature trees and shrubs, enjoys stunning views overlooking open fields at the rear. CAR PARKING SPACE FOR SEVERAL VEHICLES There is an EXTENSIVE RANGE OF BRICK AGRICULTURAL OUTBUILDINGS AND OPEN METAL HAYBARNS (these are all in derelict condition). Subject to Planning Permission, it may be possible to convert one of these outbuildings into a dependent relative's annexe (due to a restrictive covenant these buildings could not be re-sold for separate residential use). GENERAL INFORMATION TENURE: Freehold SERVICES: Mains electricity and water are connected. Drainage is to a private system. VIEWING: Strictly by prior appointment with the Selling Agents. *RECEPTION HALL * DRAWING ROOM * DINING ROOM * SITTING ROOM * IMPRESSIVE BREAKFAST KITCHEN * LAUNDRY * SHOWER ROOM * BOOT ROOM * MASTER BEDROOM HAVING ENSUITE BATHROOM * FIVE FURTHER BEDROOMS * FAMILY BATHROOM * OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING * PRIVATE DRAINAGE * OUTBUILDINGS * STANDS IN APPROXIMATELY 5 ACRES*

6 bed detached house

Lizard Grange Farm, Tong, Shifnal, Shropshire, TF11

A prime Grade II listed six bedroom character residence of considerable attraction standing in a lovely rural setting. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION An especially attractive Georgian country house of immense character and appeal built in 1790 enjoying a delightful rural setting surrounded by open farmland and yet within easy travelling distance of local shops and schools. The M54, M6, M5 motorways and the M6 Toll Road also give easy access to most industrial areas of Shropshire, Staffordshire and the West Midlands. Standing in approximately 5 acres, this fine property offers the following spacious and delightfully laid out accommodation: GROUND FLOOR PORTICO ENTRANCE RECEPTION HALL having panelled and glazed entrance door, quarry tiled floor, radiator, telephone point, understairs cupboard and moulded ceiling cornice. DRAWING ROOM 18'4' x 14'10' (5.59m x 4.52m) maximum having sash window overlooking the main garden and open farmland beyond, feature marble fireplace with cast grate and decorative tile slips, quarry tiled floor, double radiator, 2 wall light points, T.V. aerial point and moulded ceiling cornice. DINING ROOM 15'0' x 14'7' (4.57m x 4.44m) maximum with side and rear facing sash windows, 2 double radiators, quarry tiled floor and picture rail. SITTING ROOM 14'2' x 12'0' (4.32m x 3.66m) maximum having sash window, wood burning stove, radiator and door to verandah. IMPRESSIVE COUNTRY HOUSE BREAKFAST KITCHEN 20'5' x 11'8' (6.22m x 3.56m) maximum containing Belfast sink, natural slate draining board, hardwood block work surfaces, integral shelved units, plumbing for dishwasher, quarry tiled floor, radiator, single glazed casement window, feature inglenook with cast iron range, 2 built-in china cupboards and exposed ceiling beams. LARDER with fitted shelving. BUTLER'S PANTRY with settle, fitted shelving and quarry tiled floor. INNER HALL with quarry tiled floor, fitted storage cupboard with natural pine panelled doors, double radiator, door to CELLAR, understairs storage cupboard and secondary staircase leading to the first floor. 'L' SHAPED LAUNDRY 21'7' x 14'3' maximum having large sink, quarry tiled floor, original copper radiator, high ceiling, exposed wall and ceiling beams and oil fired boiler supplying the central heating and domestic hot water. SHOWER ROOM 8'7' x 7'5' (2.62m x 2.26m) maximum having fully tiled shower cubicle with Triton T80 shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low level toilet, arched display niche with fitted vanity mirror, wall light position, radiator, wall light point and extractor fan. BOOT ROOM 13'10' x 11'3' (4.22m x 3.43m) maximum containing Belfast sink with twin bowls and mixer tap, fitted wall cupboard and display shelving, quarry tile floor, exposed ceiling beams and 2 split stable doors giving access to the gardens. LEAN-TO-PORCH SINGLE STOREY BRICK OUTBUILDING (attached to the house) 24'0' x 13'4' (7.32m x 4.06m) maximum This building is in need of repair and refurbishment but, subject to usual permissions, could be renovated and incorporated into the main house accommodation or possibly a dependent relative's annexe. OUTSIDE ELECTRIC LIGHT and COLD WATER TAP Fine period oak staircase leads from the main Hall to: FIRST FLOOR CENTRAL SQUARE LANDING with sash window, radiator, moulded ceiling cornice, decorative ceiling rose and a secondary staircase gives further access to the ground floor. BEDROOM 1: 15'1' x 15'0' (4.6m x 4.57m) maximum with sash window, panelled walls to dado, period fireplace with cast iron grate, double radiator, 2 wall light points and door to ENSUITE BATHROOM 9'1' x 4'3' (2.77m x 1.3m) maximum comprising corner bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level toilet with oak seat, vanity wall mirror with strip light incorporating shaver point above, radiator, extractor fan and wall panelling to dado height. BEDROOM 2: 15'2' x 15'0' (4.62m x 4.57m) maximum having sash window, period fireplace with cast grate, double radiator and built-in storage cupboard. BEDROOM 3 (front) 15'5' x 15'0' (4.7m x 4.57m) maximum having casement window, period fireplace with cast grate and double radiator. BEDROOM 4: 15'1' x 11'10' (4.6m x 3.61m) maximum having casement window, period fireplace with cast grate, double radiator and built-in cupboard with fitted shelving. FAMILY BATHROOM 8'0' x 7'8' (2.44m x 2.34m) maximum comprising panelled bath with mixer tap incorporating shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level toilet, wall light point and casement window. SECOND FLOOR LANDING with radiator and door giving access to large loft storage space. BEDROOM 5: 15'6' x 15'0' (4.72m x 4.57m) maximum having sash window, period fireplace and double radiator. BEDROOM 6: 15'7' x 15'1' (4.75m x 4.6m) maximum having sash window, period fireplace with cast grate and double radiator. OUTSIDE Lizard Grange enjoys a lovely rural setting standing well back from the main A41 behind open farmland and is approached via a remote controlled wrought iron security gate and a long tarmacadamed drive leading to this fine Country Residence. The property, which stands in approximately 5 ACRES laid mainly to grass with a selection of mature trees and shrubs, enjoys stunning views overlooking open fields at the rear. CAR PARKING SPACE FOR SEVERAL VEHICLES There is an EXTENSIVE RANGE OF BRICK AGRICULTURAL OUTBUILDINGS AND OPEN METAL HAYBARNS (these are all in derelict condition). Subject to Planning Permission, it may be possible to convert one of these outbuildings into a dependent relative's annexe (due to a restrictive covenant these buildings could not be re-sold for separate residential use). GENERAL INFORMATION TENURE: Freehold SERVICES: Mains electricity and water are connected. Drainage is to a private system. VIEWING: Strictly by prior appointment with the Selling Agents. *RECEPTION HALL * DRAWING ROOM * DINING ROOM * SITTING ROOM * IMPRESSIVE BREAKFAST KITCHEN * LAUNDRY * SHOWER ROOM * BOOT ROOM * MASTER BEDROOM HAVING ENSUITE BATHROOM * FIVE FURTHER BEDROOMS * FAMILY BATHROOM * OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING * PRIVATE DRAINAGE * OUTBUILDINGS * STANDS IN APPROXIMATELY 5 ACRES*

6 bed detached house

Lizard Grange Farm, Tong, Shifnal, Shropshire, TF11

6 bedroom Detached House for sale: Lizard Grange Farm, Tong, Shifnal, Shropshire, TF11 Guide Price £900,000 3 6 3 Reference: 37192_MJW190014 Description A prime Grade II listed six bedroom character residence of considerable attraction standing in a lovely rural setting. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION An especially attractive Georgian country house of immense character and appeal built in 1790 enjoying a delightful rural setting surrounded by open farmland and yet within easy travelling distance of local shops and schools. The M54, M6, M5 motorways and the M6 Toll Road also give easy access to most industrial areas of Shropshire, Staffordshire and the West Midlands. Standing in approximately 5 acres, this fine property offers the following spacious and delightfully laid out accommodation: GROUND FLOOR PORTICO ENTRANCE RECEPTION HALL having panelled and glazed entrance door, quarry tiled floor, radiator, telephone point, understairs cupboard and moulded ceiling cornice. DRAWING ROOM 18'4' x 14'10' (5.59m x 4.52m) maximum having sash window overlooking the main garden and open farmland beyond, feature marble fireplace with cast grate and decorative tile slips, quarry tiled floor, double radiator, 2 wall light points, T.V. aerial point and moulded ceiling cornice. DINING ROOM 15'0' x 14'7' (4.57m x 4.44m) maximum with side and rear facing sash windows, 2 double radiators, quarry tiled floor and picture rail. SITTING ROOM 14'2' x 12'0' (4.32m x 3.66m) maximum having sash window, wood burning stove, radiator and door to verandah. IMPRESSIVE COUNTRY HOUSE BREAKFAST KITCHEN 20'5' x 11'8' (6.22m x 3.56m) maximum containing Belfast sink, natural slate draining board, hardwood block work surfaces, integral shelved units, plumbing for dishwasher, quarry tiled floor, radiator, single glazed casement window, feature inglenook with cast iron range, 2 built-in china cupboards and exposed ceiling beams. LARDER with fitted shelving. BUTLER'S PANTRY with settle, fitted shelving and quarry tiled floor. INNER HALL with quarry tiled floor, fitted storage cupboard with natural pine panelled doors, double radiator, door to CELLAR, understairs storage cupboard and secondary staircase leading to the first floor. 'L' SHAPED LAUNDRY 21'7' x 14'3' maximum having large sink, quarry tiled floor, original copper radiator, high ceiling, exposed wall and ceiling beams and oil fired boiler supplying the central heating and domestic hot water. SHOWER ROOM 8'7' x 7'5' (2.62m x 2.26m) maximum having fully tiled shower cubicle with Triton T80 shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low level toilet, arched display niche with fitted vanity mirror, wall light position, radiator, wall light point and extractor fan. BOOT ROOM 13'10' x 11'3' (4.22m x 3.43m) maximum containing Belfast sink with twin bowls and mixer tap, fitted wall cupboard and display shelving, quarry tile floor, exposed ceiling beams and 2 split stable doors giving access to the gardens. LEAN-TO-PORCH SINGLE STOREY BRICK OUTBUILDING (attached to the house) 24'0' x 13'4' (7.32m x 4.06m) maximum This building is in need of repair and refurbishment but, subject to usual permissions, could be renovated and incorporated into the main house accommodation or possibly a dependent relative's annexe. OUTSIDE ELECTRIC LIGHT and COLD WATER TAP Fine period oak staircase leads from the main Hall to: FIRST FLOOR CENTRAL SQUARE LANDING with sash window, radiator, moulded ceiling cornice, decorative ceiling rose and a secondary staircase gives further access to the ground floor. BEDROOM 1: 15'1' x 15'0' (4.6m x 4.57m) maximum with sash window, panelled walls to dado, period fireplace with cast iron grate, double radiator, 2 wall light points and door to ENSUITE BATHROOM 9'1' x 4'3' (2.77m x 1.3m) maximum comprising corner bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level toilet with oak seat, vanity wall mirror with strip light incorporating shaver point above, radiator, extractor fan and wall panelling to dado height. BEDROOM 2: 15'2' x 15'0' (4.62m x 4.57m) maximum having sash window, period fireplace with cast grate, double radiator and built-in storage cupboard. BEDROOM 3 (front) 15'5' x 15'0' (4.7m x 4.57m) maximum having casement window, period fireplace with cast grate and double radiator. BEDROOM 4: 15'1' x 11'10' (4.6m x 3.61m) maximum having casement window, period fireplace with cast grate, double radiator and built-in cupboard with fitted shelving. FAMILY BATHROOM 8'0' x 7'8' (2.44m x 2.34m) maximum comprising panelled bath with mixer tap incorporating shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level toilet, wall light point and casement window. SECOND FLOOR LANDING with radiator and door giving access to large loft storage space. BEDROOM 5: 15'6' x 15'0' (4.72m x 4.57m) maximum having sash window, period fireplace and double radiator. BEDROOM 6: 15'7' x 15'1' (4.75m x 4.6m) maximum having sash window, period fireplace with cast grate and double radiator. OUTSIDE Lizard Grange enjoys a lovely rural setting standing well back from the main A41 behind open farmland and is approached via a remote controlled wrought iron security gate and a long tarmacadamed drive leading to this fine Country Residence. The property, which stands in approximately 5 ACRES laid mainly to grass with a selection of mature trees and shrubs, enjoys stunning views overlooking open fields at the rear. CAR PARKING SPACE FOR SEVERAL VEHICLES There is an EXTENSIVE RANGE OF BRICK AGRICULTURAL OUTBUILDINGS AND OPEN METAL HAYBARNS (these are all in derelict condition). Subject to Planning Permission, it may be possible to convert one of these outbuildings into a dependent relative's annexe (due to a restrictive covenant these buildings could not be re-sold for separate residential use). GENERAL INFORMATION TENURE: Freehold SERVICES: Mains electricity and water are connected. Drainage is to a private system. VIEWING: Strictly by prior appointment with the Selling Agents. *RECEPTION HALL * DRAWING ROOM * DINING ROOM * SITTING ROOM * IMPRESSIVE BREAKFAST KITCHEN * LAUNDRY * SHOWER ROOM * BOOT ROOM * MASTER BEDROOM HAVING ENSUITE BATHROOM * FIVE FURTHER BEDROOMS * FAMILY BATHROOM * OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING * PRIVATE DRAINAGE * OUTBUILDINGS * STANDS IN APPROXIMATELY 5 ACRES*

4 bed detached house

SheriffhalesShifnal, Shropshire, TF11 8RA

listed on 2019-02-05  Savills   

It is believed that Old House dates back to around 1490 and originally had a thatched roof which was replaced in the mid 1920's with tiles. The property once belonged to relatives of the Duke of Sutherland of Lilleshall. Several generations of the family followed each other into the clergy, they then used Old House in turn as their Rectory, and in 1908, the Rev. Mitchell was the last of these younger sons to officiate at St. Marys. It is believed that in 1917 the estate was sold. It is around this time that the property was divided into two houses and in 1949 sold to a local builder who lovingly restored many of the original features and returned to being one dwelling. The owner Philip Snow purchased the other divided cottage and is believed to have paid £600. He had to re-house the existing tenant in order to purchase it as a whole in one dwelling. Furthermore the detached garage was once the village smithy and the local estate blacksmith lived in part of the divided house. The current owner has undertaken further restoration and improvement work, to provide what is now a superb country house. Old House is an attractive Grade II listed house offering beautifully presented accommodation and set within stunning landscaped gardens. The property retains features such as wide oak floorboards, exposed beams and fireplaces, whilst boasting luxurious contemporary fittings such as the under floor heating throughout the ground floor, and a David Orton fitted kitchen. The gardens are a particular attractive feature, offering year round interest with a wide range of planting. A pathway flanked by mature trees leads through a lych gate to the solid oak front door. The vestibule with tiled floor leads to the triple aspect sitting room with exquisite panelled walls, oak floor, fireplace with oak beam and staircase to the first floor. From here a door leads through to the drawing room, where the focal point is a large inglenook fireplace with oak beam. There are windows to both front and rear aspects with views over the gardens, exposed beams to both walls and ceiling, and doors to the cellars and the study. The study is fitted with oak storage and enjoys views to the front gardens. Accessed from the drawing room there is a dining room with exposed beams and quarry tiled floors which in turn leads to the kitchen/breakfast room which has recently been refitted with a shaker style David Orton kitchen comprising wall and base units with granite work surfaces, including four oven Aga with electric companion and further integrated appliances. There is a utility room also fitted with David Orton units and door to the garden, alongside a large cloakroom. From the sitting room the staircase leads up to the ‘L' shaped landing with wide oak floor, exposed beams and access to the master bedroom with en suite bathroom, three further bedrooms, one of which has an en suite cloakroom, and the family bathroom. A drop down ladder gives access to the attic which has light and power connected. The property occupies an elevated corner plot with the house situated surrounded by its own gardens. Access through a lych gate to the rear with pathways running throughout the gardens. To the front overlooking the church, the garden is mainly laid to lawn with well-stocked borders with a wide variety of shrubs, trees and plants. There is a walled enclosed terrace with a well, and a Gardener's Cottage having WC and wash hand basin (lapsed planning permission 10/04682/Ful). Set on the rear lawn is a canopied arbour ideal for barbecues. The gardens are exquisitely well planned and stocked with interesting features including rockeries, steps and pathways throughout. A waterfall with a stone bridge over with a wooden hand rail copying that of the oriole window within the property. There is also a large pool (7 feet deep) that has a filtration system, extensive lawns, and a further pool and well. Large Double Garage Having light and power and two double doors. Further Garage Providing good vehicular parking for two cars, concrete floor, light and power

5 bed detached house

Sutton Maddock, Shifnal

This delightful home has considerable acreage and breath taking countryside views. Spacious, flexible accommodation with five reception rooms; including, drawing room with feature inglenook fireplace and log burning stove, sitting room, conservatory, dining room and study and five bedrooms makes this the perfect family home. Outside equally as stunning as the house. Landscaped garden with a meandering brook, fishpond and patio area. The outside games / bar room makes the garden a fabulous place to sit, relax and entertain with friends and family. The Paddock and grazing land is ideal for anyone with horses or wants to run a kennels business as there are six brick built kennels with its own kitchen and meeting room facility. Outbuildings also include; garage for four vehicles, two stables with tack room and two stores. Viewing is HIGHLY recommended to appreciate all this fabulous property has to offer. Entrance Hall Drawing Room 6.6m x 5.3m (21'7' x 17'4') Sitting Room 3.5m x 3.4m (11'5' x 11'1') Dining Room 7.2m x 3.7m (23'7' x 12'1') Conservatory 3.9m x 3.2m (12'9' x 10'5') Study 4.2m x 3.4m (13'9' x 11'1') Kitchen 6.1m x 3.4m (20'0' x 11'1') Utility Room 2.9m x 2.8m (9'6' x 9'2') Rear Porch Cloakroom FIRST FLOOR Master Bedroom 4.8m x 4.1m (15'8' x 13'5') En- Suite Bedroom Two 3.5m x 3.4m (11'5' x 11'1') Jack - Jill Bathroom Bedroom Three 5.3m x 2.9m (17'4' x 9'6') Bedroom Four 5.2m x 3.4m (17'0' x 11'1') Bedroom Five 3.3m x 3.2m (10'9' x 10'5') Cloakroom OUTSIDE Four Car Garage 10.5m x 5.9m (34'5' x 19'4') Stables / Tack Room / Stores Six Kennels With Kitchen & Office Bar / Garden Room 6.9m x 3.5m (22'7' x 11'5') Store 5.8m x 1.5m (19'0' x 4'11') This delightful home has considerable acreage and breath taking countryside views. Spacious, flexible accommodation with five reception rooms; including, drawing room with feature inglenook fireplace and log burning stove, sitting room, conserv...

5 bed detached house

Norton Villa, Bridgnorth Road, Norton, Shifnal, Shropshire, TF11

listed on 2019-08-11  Berriman Eaton LLP   

Impressive period residence with superb family accommodation, detached self contained Coach House, timber framed double carport and garage, further double garage and workshop, located between Bridgnorth, Telford and Shifnal, standing in landscaped gardens approaching three quarters of an acre. Telford - 6 miles, Bridgnorth - 7 miles, Kidderminster - 19 miles, Wolverhampton - 19 miles, Birmingham - 36 miles, M54 7 miles (All distances are approximate)

5 bed house

Long Lane NeachleyShifnal TF11 8PJ

Stunning property Extensive grounds Lovely views Well placed for access to local schooling and amenities Convenient for use of motorway network Set within extensive grounds of approximately one acre, this beautifully presented house offers extensive accommodation with lovely views over the surrounding Shropshire countryside. Its location gives easy access to local amenities in the village of Albrighton and also to the M54 motorway along with rail services in nearby Cosford. The accommodation includes spacious entrance hallway, light and airy kitchen/breakfast room, laundry, four reception rooms plus a generous conservatory with underfloor heating and double doors out to the garden. To the first floor is a sizeable master bedroom with en-suite and four further bedrooms plus a family bathroom. A long gravel driveway leads to the property and its parking area along with a double garage with remote controlled doors. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with well established shrubs and trees plus an ornamental pond. A stunning property, well worth viewing!

4 bed detached house

Blymhill CommonShifnal TF11 8JW

* An immaculately presented 4-bedroom rural property in a gorgeous spot on the edge of Weston Park’s woodland. Recently much improved and presented to an excellent standard with a new ground-floor extension, considerable outbuildings and planning permission for conversion of the garage to annex accommodation. * Hall * Downstairs cloakroom * Lounge * Dining room * Breakfast kitchen * Utility * Large family room * Ground-floor bedroom & bathroom * Office * Master bedroom with en suite * Family bathroom * Two further double bedrooms * Extensive grounds * Outbuildings with business rights * Large double garage which could be converted to annex accommodation subject to p/p * Set within almost an acre of grounds and surrounded by glorious countryside, this immaculately presented, 4-bedroom property is located within a quiet rural hamlet alongside a handful of other houses. In the last two years the property has been comprehensively refurbished and much improved, reconfiguring the once-dark hallway and adding a large modern extension. The consistently spacious, light accommodation now comprises a lounge, dining room, a beautiful contemporary kitchen, utility, family bathroom, master bedroom with en suite and two more gorgeous double rooms. Within the extension, a capacious new family room, office, bathroom and ground-floor double bedroom have considerably increased the property’s square footage. If annex accommodation is required, these rooms offer exciting potential and the property’s detached double garage would be suitable for conversion to a self-contained annex subject to p/p. Having outbuildings including a large barn, this former sawmill and cottage would be ideal for operating a business from home as the property has retained its business usage rights. The grounds back onto tranquil woodland and a fishing pool, offering peaceful country living combined with modern luxury.

5 bed detached house

TongShifnal TF11 8PW

* A 5-bedroom, grade-II listed period property in a picturesque Shropshire village, having 3 reception rooms and enjoying exceptionally generous proportions throughout. With a substantial, modern extended kitchen overlooking the pretty gardens * Hall * Downstairs cloakroom * Lounge * Dining room * Fabulous dining kitchen and family room * Very large utility with boot room * Sitting room/study * Five double bedrooms, one with en suite * Excellent family bathroom * Gated driveway parking * Large garden * Occupying a sought-after position in Tong, a picturesque Shropshire village characterised by a pretty church and historic residential properties, this charming 5-bedroom detached home offers extensive accommodation finished to an excellent standard throughout. The property is situated close to the edge of the village and is ideally positioned for access to Wolverhampton, Telford and Shrewsbury. Dating from 1811 with some areas thought to be earlier, the entire property has been comprehensively refurbished and extended during the last 9 years. The internal accommodation is of unmissably generous proportions and includes a range of reception spaces; a beautiful lounge, a large dining room and an additional sitting room, playroom or study. A modern extension at the rear houses the enviably spacious breakfast kitchen and family room, alongside a very large utility with boot-room. All five bedrooms are excellent doubles and one enjoys the benefit of en suite facilities to supplement the comfortable family bathroom.

4 bed house

The Barn, Church Lane, Shifnal, Sheriffhales.

FAMILY HOME & DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY: Two adjacent barns situated within their own grounds. One of the barns has four bedrooms and is ready to move in whilst the other is ripe for conversion (subject to planning and consents) and would provide ideal accommodation for an extended family. Main Barn: 17ft Reception Hall, Ground Floor Shower/WC, Boiler Room, 2/3 Reception Rooms, Large Open Plan Kitchen/Diner, 3/4 Bedrooms, En-Suite Shower/WC, Family Bathroom. EPC Rating: G. 2nd Barn: Garage Space, 2 Store Rooms, Loft Storage, Enclosed gardens and driveway. Situation Sheriffhales is an attractive and much sought after village, set in the beautiful unspoilt Shropshire countryside, yet very conveniently situated a little under 5 miles east of the excellent range of shopping and recreational facilities at Telford Town Centre. It is also a little under 3 miles from Shifnal which provides very adequate day to day requirements and a railway station. The M54 is within easy reach giving access to the M6 and the West Midlands conurbation. The village has a primary school, church and bus service. The barns are situated in a lovely position enjoying splendid views over surrounding countryside. Main Barn Offering generous flexible accommodation comprising a 17ft long reception hallway which has a staircase ascending to the first floor, access to kitchen/diner, study and downstairs shower/wc which gives access to the boiler room. The kitchen/diner has tiled flooring, a range of base and wall units and patio doors leading to the garden. The study gives access to a further reception room/ground floor bedroom which could be put to a number of uses i.e. play room or games room etc which has built-in cupboard/wardrobes. On the first floor there is a landing area having a wealth of exposed beams, access to 23ft long lounge, three further bedrooms and family bathroom/wc.  The 23ft long lounge is a particular feature having exposed timbers and beams and an inset inglenook fireplace.  The master bedroom has exposed beams and the benefit of an en-suite shower room.  The two further bedrooms also have exposed beams. The family bathroom/wc has a modern white suite comprising P shaped bath with shower over, vanity wash hand basin and low level wc.  Second Barn Currently configured as a garage with two store rooms with staircase ascending from one of the store rooms to additional loft storage.  This barn could offer huge potential subject to planning permission to provide annex accommodation for a relative or independent teenager, office or workspace.  Outside Within the grounds there is a large gravelled driveway, well laid circular lawn and further garden area accessed by the side of the second barn incorporating a large lawned area with a number of inset fruit trees How to get there – from Telford Town Centre take the A5 towards Cannock; after a little over 3 miles turn left at the crossroads at Crackleybank onto the B4379 to Sheriffhales and Newport.  Upon entering the village continue a little way up and take the second left into Church Lane - the property is on the right hand side. Tenure – we are advised the property is Freehold. Services – we are advised mains electricity, water and drainage services are connected. Oil fired central heating. Council Tax – Band G (Buyers should be aware that improvements carried out by the seller may affect the property’s council tax banding following a sale).

4 bed detached house

The Roost, 16, Rectory Drive, Weston-under-Lizard, Shifnal, South Staffordshire, TF11

listed on 2019-07-16  Berriman Eaton LLP   

A fine, modern residence forming part of a small and exclusive development standing in a beautiful position on the South Staffordshire and Shropshire borders in easy reach of all facilities and within easy travelling distance of the motorway network. Well proportioned and well appointed accommodation and a large plot of just under 0.25 acres in total.

4 bed detached house

Gorsey Bank, Shifnal, TF11 8JQ

listed on 2019-08-10  PurpleBricks   

** A Gem Of A Property** A three bedroomed detached property with a one bedroomed Annexe located in the popular Gorsey Bank area of Shifnal. With electric gated entrance, ample driveway parking, double detached garage and a landscaped garden of borders, large private lawn and rockeries with pleasant rural views. Accommodation comprising: Utility entrance with access to the Annexe, kitchen, sitting/dining room, study, dining room and lounge. The first floor has three bedrooms with master en suite and dressing area, family bathroom and a further snug/sitting room off of the second bedroom. The self contained annexe has a lounge, double bedroom and bathroom. The accommodation is extremely well presented throughout both internally and externally with tasteful fixtures and fittings. Being extremely versatile and practical with the Annexe providing a great alternative , private and independent living space. The property provides a perfect environment for a Family. An internal viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the quality and size of accommodation on offer. Double detached garage.

1 bed house

HEATH HILL, NR SHERIFFHALES

***FABULOUS, CHARMING, DELIGHTFUL - VIEWING ESSENTIAL***A rare opportunity to buy a beautiful Duke of Sutherland cottage, set back from the road behind a mature holly hedge. Dating back to 1865, this is one of the first Duke of Sutherland cottages to be registered in Shropshire. Benefiting from a unique location as it is in the catchment area for Shifnal's Idsall school and the Grammar schools in Newport as well as Burton Borough in Newport. The accommodation briefly comprises; Spacious entrance hall, open plan kitchen/dining room with integrated dishwasher, double oven, induction hob and extractor. Formal sitting room with dual aspect windows, snug with log burner. A delightful ground floor bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower room. To complete the ground floor there is a utility with plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. On the first floor there are three generous bedrooms and family bathroom with panel bath, shower cubicle, wash hand basin and W.C. Outside is spectacular with a huge garden complete with brick built pig pen and wood store and a barn the size of five garages side by side. More details to follow. VIEWING IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED  

2 bed semi-detached house

The Little House, Tong Norton, Shifnal, Shropshire, TF11

listed on 2019-05-18  Berriman Eaton LLP   

A beautifully appointed period cottage which has been refurbished over recent years to an exacting standard with an incredibly high level of appointment and finishing in a rural, yet easily accessible, Shropshire hamlet with lovely gardens and beautiful views. Albrighton: 3.5 miles, Telford: 8.5 miles, Wolverhampton: 10.5 miles, Birmingham: 26 miles, M54 J3: 1 mile distances approximate

2 bed semi-detached house

WESTON HEATH, Nr. SHIFNAL

** NEW PRICE** A rare opportunity to acquire this semi-detached cottage with approximately 4 acres land and outbuildings. The cottage is in need of modernising but offers a fantastic space and potential for someone willing to love it. Accommodation comprises; Entrance hall; study; dining room, sitting room and snug. Breakfast kitchen, ground floor shower room and two first floor bedrooms and bathroom. Outside there is ample off road parking for multiple vehicles and several outbuildings including hay store, stables, garage, brick built outbuilding; ideal for conversion (Note: This building has a covenant which entitles the previous owner to a sum of money IF the property is developed. We are advised there is approximately 3 years left to run on this covenant. This does not affect the rest of the property having a modernisation or extension.)  There are extensive gardens and an orchard. The plot is approximately 4 acres in total. VIEWING IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. EPC - TBC. FLOOR PLAN TO FOLLOW No appliances or services have been tested by Davies, White Perry.

4 bed detached house

Church Meadow, Shifnal, Shropshire.

WITH PARKING FOR SEVERAL VEHICLES: A modern detached family home with detached double garage and large detached carport. Hallway, Cloaks/WC, Study, Lounge, Conservatory, Kitchen/Diner, Utility Room, 4 Bedrooms, Master En-Suite, Detached Double Garage, Detached Carport, Electric Gated Driveway, Front & Rear Garden, Energy Rating: D. Situation Shifnal is an attractive small country town set in the Shropshire countryside, yet most conveniently situated some three miles east of the excellent range of shopping and recreational facilities at Telford town centre. The M54 is within very easy reach providing access to the M6 and the West Midlands conurbation.  The town is also serviced by a railway station providing access to Wolverhampton, Birmingham and beyond, as well as Wellington and Shrewsbury. The property A particular feature to the property is the generous gated off road parking for several vehicles at the side leading to the detached double garage.  The accommodation comprises a through entrance hallway which has a staircase ascending to the first floor, cloaks cupboard, access to downstairs wc, study, living room and open plan kitchen/diner.  The study is front facing and has a loft hatch access point. The living room has a bay window with outlook towards the front, inset wood burning stove, double butler doors leading to the dining room and sliding patio doors leading to the rear conservatory.   The kitchen/diner has a range of base and wall units, built-in oven, grill and hob, integrated dishwasher, access to utility room and sliding doors in the dining area leading to the conservatory. The utility room where there is matching base and wall units, space for two appliances, wall mounted central heating boiler and Upvc door leading to the garden.  The conservatory has double doors leading to the rear patio and a lovely outlook towards the garden. On the first floor there is a landing area with airing cupboard housing the property’s hot water cylinder, access to four bedrooms and family bathroom/wc.  The master bedroom is a double and has an extensive range of fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room comprising vanity wash hand basin, low level wc and shower cubicle.  Bedrooms two and three are also doubles whilst the fourth bedroom is a good size single.  The family bathroom has tiled walls and a beautiful modern suite comprising paneled bath with shower over, contemporary style wash hand basin and low level wc.  Outside To the right of the property there is a five bar electric gate opening to a large driveway providing off road parking for several vehicles and giving access to the detached garage and detached carport.  Adjacent to the driveway is a footpath with lawned areas either side which leads to the main patio with decked area beyond providing a lovely seating area. How to get there – from the centre of Shifnal travel under the railway bridge in the direction of Park Street and where the road forks to the right turn right into Church Street, Church Meadow is the first cul-de-sac on the right hand side - the property is indicated by a Nick Tart for sale board. Tenure – we are advised the property is Freehold. Services – we are advised all mains services are connected. Council Tax – Band E (Buyers should be aware that improvements carried out by the seller may affect the property’s council tax banding following a sale). Tenure – we are advised the property is Fr...

4 bed house

Aston Road, Shifnal, TF11 8DU

The Glasson, combining traditional features with a contemporary open-plan feel. With its lovely bay window and spacious open-plan kitchen, dining and family room extending out from the hallway, The Glasson offers the best of both worlds - modern living with a touch of traditional style. The open-plan area benefits from natural light, streaming through French doors and skylight windows, which connects to the utility room and a good-sized integrated garage. Step back into the hallway, with its downstairs WC, where you'll find a separate lounge with bay window. On the first floor, the master bedroom is en-suite, whilst three more bedrooms, a family bathroom and airing cupboard space complete this superb family home. HALL DOWNSTAIRS W/C KITCHEN 2.70 x 3.66 (8'10' x 12'0') DINING AREA 3.60 x 3.66 (11'9' x 12'0') FAMILY AREA 5.65 x 1.85 (18'6' x 6'0') UTILITY ROOM LOUNGE 3.35 x 4.63 (10'11' x 15'2') FIRST FLOOR LANDING MASTER BEDROOM 3.46 x 3.96 (11'4' x 12'11') EN-SUITE BEDROOM 2 2.78 x 3.81 (9'1' x 12'5') BEDROOM 3 2.78 x 3.42 (9'1' x 11'2') BEDROOM 4 2.73 x 3.04 (8'11' x 9'11') FAMILY BATHROOM REAR GARDEN INTEGRAL GARAGE DRIVEWAY TO FRONT The Glasson, combining traditional features with a contemporary open-plan feel. With its lovely bay window and spacious open-plan kitchen, dining and family room extending out from the hallway, The Glasson offers the best of both worlds ...

3 bed house

Barn ConversionBurlington Court, Burlington, Shifnal

listed on 2019-09-12  Barbers   

Property Summary Three Bedroom Barn Conversion Charming Courtyard Setting Stunning Views out over surrounding Countryside Large Family Room with Beams to high ceiling Smart, spacious Kitchen/Diner Inglenook Fireplace Family Shower Room and two Ensuites Estate Accessed by Electronic Gate LPG CH. EPC D Property Full Details BRIEF DESCRIPTION Situated in a charming courtyard of similar high quality barn conversions, Sutherland barn offers character and space within a beautiful rural setting and easy access to commuter routes A5, A41 and the M54 all within a few minutes drive. The attractive accommodation includes, Entrance Hall, Lounge/Dining Room with vaulted ceiling, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, ground floor with two Bedrooms including Master Bedroom with Ensuite and further separate Shower Room, stairs to feature landing and access to Guests Bedroom with Ensuite. Adjoining the property is the Garage with Utility area to the rear and drop down ladder leading to Converted Loft /Office Store. The property has a private electronic gate to the main entrance drive and parking for several cars, rear wrap around gardens with patio and overlooking open fields. LOCATION Located in rural surroundings on the fringes of Sheriffhales and being within easy reach of Shifnal with its range of local amenities. The property is conveniently situated close to the A41 and A5, which provide easy access to the West Midlands road network including the M6 to the North and M54 to the South. The property is within easy commuting distance by car of Telford, Stafford, Wolverhampton, Cannock, Shrewsbury and Birmingham. ACCOMMODATION Bespoke oak front door with coloured leaded glazed panel leading to: ATTRACTIVE ENTRANCE HALL: 16' 2' x 10' 1 max' (4.93m x 3.07m) With radiator and radiator cover, good sized under stairs storage cupboard with shelving. Double doors to: LOUNGE/DINING ROOM: 26' 6' x 16' 1' (8.08m x 4.9m) With feature brick fireplace having beam over, two radiators with radiator covers, vaulted ceiling having exposed roof trusses, windows with window shutters, door to side garden and door to: KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 19' 8' x 9' 5' (5.99m x 2.87m) With radiator, solid wood units comprising a good range of wall cupboards incorporating glazed display cabinets, base cupboards and drawers incorporating fridge and freezer, Neff dishwasher, Rangemaster Range cooker having double oven and grill and five burner LPG gas hob, wine rack, granite work surfaces, fitted Belfast sink having mixer tap over, LPG gas boiler, loft access, ceramic tiled flooring, wooden blinds and inset spotlights. HALLWAY With radiator and hot water cylinder cupboard. BEDROOM ONE: 16' 1' x 12' 4' (4.9m x 3.76m) With radiator, a good range of high quality fitted wardrobes, dressing table and fitted mirror, high ceiling, window shutters and door to: ENSUITE With pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc, part tiling to walls, tiling to splash areas, attractive shower cubicle having curved glazed sides and multi position shower, inset spotlights, ceramic tiled flooring and radiator. BEDROOM TWO: 12' 4' x 10' 6' (3.76m x 3.2m) With double wardrobe, radiator and window shutters. SHOWER ROOM With good sized enclosed shower cubicle having mains shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc, heated towel rail/radiator, ceramic tiled flooring, part tiling to walls, shaver socket and extractor fan. Wooden staircase rises from the Entrance Hall leading to: ATTRACTIVE LANDING: 10' 6' x 10' 4' (3.2m x 3.15m) With gallery return, exposed timbers, radiator and under eaves storage. BEDROOM: 11' 8' x 10' 6' (3.56m x 3.2m) With radiator, under eaves storage, exposed timbers and door to: ENSUITE: 8' 7' x 8' 0' (2.62m x 2.44m) With panel bath having antique style mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc, storage cupboard, airing cupboard/further storage cupboard with double doors and fitted shelving, electric shaver socket and extractor fan. OUTSIDE The wrap around gardens are lawned and there is a hedge boundary, and patio. The property is situated in a beautiful courtyard of similar barn conversions and has a blue brick paviour driveway providing parking for several cars, lawned area with several maturing shrubs inset to borders. GARAGE: 20' 8' x 9' 4' (6.3m x 2.84m) With double wooden doors and incorporating Utility area having a range of fitted wall cupboards, rear ceramic tiled flooring, work surface, plumbing for automatic washing machine, door to the rear garden and drop down loft ladder to: OFFICE STORE: 17' 2' x 8' 0' (5.23m x 2.44m) With further space to eaves, inset spotlighting, built-in desks and work area, radiator, Velux style roof light power point and telephone point. FLOOR PLAN Not to scale ENERGY PERFORMANCE RATING The Energy Efficiency Rating for this property is D. The full energy performance certificate (EPC) is available for this property upon request. TENURE We are advised that the property is Freehold and this will be confirmed by the Vendors Solicitor during the Pre- Contract Enquiries. Vacant possession upon completion. SERVICES We are advised that the property has mains Water and Electricity, Waste Treatment Plant (a site-wide facility for all properties in the Courtyard) and metered LPG gas central heating available. Barbers have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fittings, etc., or services to this property so cannot confirm that they are in working order or fit for the purpose. A buyer is recommended to obtain confirmation from their Surveyor or Solicitor. DIRECTIONS From Newport take the A41 towards Wolverhampton and at the roundabout turn right on the A5 towards Telford. After approximately ½ a mile turn right signposted Burlington and after a short distance turn left into Marsh Lane and then left again into Burlington Court. LOCAL AUTHORITY Shropshire Council, Shirehall, Shrewsbury, SY2 6ND. Tel: 0345 678 9002 VIEWING/PRE-SALES MARKETING ADVICE By arrangement with the Agents' Office at 30 High Street, Newport, Shropshire, TF10 7AQ. Tel: 01952 820239. Email: newport@barbers-online.co.uk MANAGEMENT CHARGES 2019's charges were £857.12 payable in two instalments - January and July. This covers gardening & lighting to the common areas, sewage treatment, insurance, maintenance of the gates, cleaning the drains and other miscellaneous admin charges associated with running the management company. In addition, some of the above is transferred to a Sinking Fund to cover the expected maintenance costs of the waste processing system, gate entry system, driveway and fencing. PROPERTY INFORMATION We believe this information to be accurate, but they cannot be guaranteed. The fixtures, fittings, appliances and mains services have not been tested. If there is any point which is of particular importance please obtain professional confirmation. All measurements quoted are approximate. These particulars do not constitute a contract or part of a contract. AML REGULATIONS To ensure compliance with the latest Anti Money Laundering Regulations all intending purchasers must produce identification documents prior to the issue of sale confirmation. To avoid delays in the buying process please provide the required documents as soon as possible. We may use an online service provider to also confirm your identity. A list of acceptable ID documents is available upon request. METHOD OF SALE For Sale by Private Treaty NE25123100919