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Cleedsmore Farm, Astbury Lane, Eardington, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16

listed on 2019-07-24  Nock Deighton   

Main House: Master Suite, 6 Further Bedrooms. 1 Ensuite, 32ft Sitting Room, Dining Room, Study & Utility, 28 ft Kitchen/Breakfast Room Outside: Four Bay Garage with Office Space Above, Open Barn, Cleedsmore Coppice - 20.36 Acres of Banked, Self-Seeded Woodland, House, Drive, Gardens & Grounds 1.81 Acres, 75.34 Acres Grazing Land Split into 6 Paddocks, Total 97.51 Acres, Magnificent Views Across the Severn Valley Cleedsmore Farm enjoys a beautiful rural setting amidst unspoilt countryside in the heart of east Shropshire. It commands far reaching views over the Severn Valley and the nearby Astbury Hall Golf Club, just south of the much sought-after market town of Bridgnorth. Built on the grounds of the former Cleedsmore Farm which dated back to the 1800's as part of the Astbury Hall & Cleedsmore estate, which at one point extended over 250 acres. The original farmhouse was sympathetically taken down and materials were used in the careful rebuild, including timbers and sandstone. The property is located in the settlement of Astbury, a rural community located 1.7m from the village of Eardington which has a village hall and nature reserve and 3.5 m from Bridgnorth. Set on the banks of the River Severn which divides the town in to two and originally linked by the Victorian funicular railway and the 'Donkey Steps', hence High Town and Low Town, Bridgnorth was once a renowned busy fishing port. The bustling town has the Castle remnants, the ancient Cartway leading down to the Quayside, the cliffs and caves of Lavington Gardens, Severn Park and the Seven Valley Railway. Good local shopping, amenities and recreational facilities can be found plus regular Antique and local produce markets. The larger centres of Shrewsbury and Kidderminster, also with good road and rail links to Birmingham and London, are some 25.3 and 15.7 miles away, respectively. The area has an excellent choice of independent schools and locally there are primary and secondary state schools within a commutable distance. The House Cleedsmore Farm is a handsome modern farmhouse, built as recently as 2002 and with its stone fa�ade sits well within the landscape. Occupying a prominent elevated position, the property enjoys magnificent views of the nearby Severn Valley and the property is positioned southwards to take full advantage of the stunning outlook. The house provides excellent accommodation throughout and careful consideration has been given to modern day living. The property is approached along a long private driveway off of a country lane and terminates at a gravelled parking area with a feature turning circle. The ground floor accommodation is approached via the welcoming reception hall with central staircase, under which are useful storage and a WC. Off of the reception hall is the dining room and the striking 32ft long sitting room with a feature brick inglenook fire place housing a Clearview stove, glazed double doors to the rear entertaining terrace and a bay window taking advantage of the glorious views to the front. The east-wing of the property accommodates the enviable kitchen which is some 28ft long. With a large area ideal for breakfast or informal dining at one end and the kitchen with handmade units, cream AGA with side module and a central island unit, this is an excellent space for a family to enjoy. A utility room with all of the necessary plumbing for appliances, a WC and doors to the rear terrace is located to the rear of the kitchen. A private study is also accessed from the kitchen, again with a useful external door leading to the rear. Stairs lead to a galleried landing on the first floor with accommodation which comprises the master bedroom suite with ensuite bathroom and separate dressing room, two additional bedrooms, one ensuite, an airing & linen cupboard and the family bathroom. The second floor comprises four further bedrooms and a second family bathroom. The Gardens & Outbuildings The property is encircled by lawns and to the rear of the property is a large entertaining terrace and a second, elevated terrace both of which are ideal for al fresco entertaining. An additional parking area is to the side of the property which is abutted by a four-bay garage with office space above. This backs on to a small open barn to the rear. Paddocks & Woodlands To the east and south of the house are approximately 75.34 acres of grazing land broken in to seven individual paddocks. To the north is Cleedsmore Coppice, 20.36 acres of banked, self-seeded woodland which borders Mor Brook. Details of the sizes of the individual paddocks are shown on the associated plan however briefly comprise: House, Drive & Grounds (1.81 acres / 0.732 ha) Woodland (20.36 acres/ 8.238 ha) Paddock 1 (4.89 acres / 1.98 ha) Paddock 2 (5.81 acres / 2.353 ha) Paddock 3 (26.44 acres / 10.701 ha) Paddock 4 (4.19 acres / 1.897 ha) Paddock 5 (7.16 acres / 2.898 ha) Paddock 6 (4.68 acres / 1.895 ha) Total Paddocks: 75.34 acres / 30.529 ha Total: 97.51 acres / 39.46 ha (All plans and areas shown within the confined of these sales particulars are estimates but are understood to be an accurate representation). Riding Out Riding out is easy in Shropshire with over 600 miles of byways and bridleways. The Jack Mytton Way, a 100 mile route which takes you through some spectacular and unspoilt Shropshire countryside passes only a few hundred yards away and is open to cyclists, horse riders and walkers alike. Direction: From the agent's head office in Bridgnorth take the B4555 Chelmarsh road out of Bridgnorth for 1.7m, passing through the village of Eardington. Turn right for Astbury on the road signposted unsuitable for heavy goods vehicles. Proceed over the bridge up the hill, past Astbury Hall, through sharp right hand and then a sharp left hand bend, up the hill and near the top (0.9m) you'll see a right hand drive set back with a wooden 5 bar gate and cattle grid. Open the gate and drive over the cattle grid, please close the gate behind you and then proceed along the track all the way until it splits in two. Take the right hand track and drive up to Cleedsmore Farm.

detached house plus land for sale

77.51 acres, Cleedsmore Farm, Astbury Lane, Eardington, Bridgnorth, WV16, Shropshire

listed on 2020-04-26  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

77.51 acres, Cleedsmore Farm, Astbury Lane, Eardington, Bridgnorth, WV16, Shropshire For Sale - Guide Price £1,595,000 Cleedsmore Farm enjoys a beautiful rural setting amidst unspoilt countryside in the heart of east Shropshire. It commands far reaching views over the Severn Valley and the nearby Astbury Hall Golf Club, just south of the much sought-after market town of Bridgnorth. Built on the grounds of the former Cleedsmore Farm which dated back to the 1800's as part of the Astbury Hall & Cleedsmore estate, which at one point extended over 250 acres. The original farmhouse was sympathetically taken down and materials were used in the careful rebuild, including timbers and sandstone. The property is located in the settlement of Astbury, a rural community located 1.7m from the village of Eardington which has a village hall and nature reserve and 3.5 m from Bridgnorth. Set on the banks of the River Severn which divides the town in to two and originally linked by the Victorian funicular railway and the 'Donkey Steps', hence High Town and Low Town, Bridgnorth was once a renowned busy fishing port. The bustling town has the Castle remnants, the ancient Cartway leading down to the Quayside, the cliffs and caves of Lavington Gardens, Severn Park and the Seven Valley Railway. Good local shopping, amenities and recreational facilities can be found plus regular Antique and local produce markets. The larger centres of Shrewsbury and Kidderminster, also with good road and rail links to Birmingham and London, are some 25.3 and 15.7 miles away, respectively. The area has an excellent choice of independent schools and locally there are primary and secondary state schools within a commutable distance. The House Cleedsmore Farm is a handsome modern farmhouse, built as recently as 2002 and with its stone façade sits well within the landscape. Occupying a prominent elevated position, the property enjoys magnificent views of the nearby Severn Valley and the property is positioned southwards to take full advantage of the stunning outlook. The house provides excellent accommodation throughout and careful consideration has been given to modern day living. The property is approached along a long private driveway off of a country lane and terminates at a gravelled parking area with a feature turning circle. The ground floor accommodation is approached via the welcoming reception hall with central staircase, under which are useful storage and a WC. Off of the reception hall is the dining room and the striking 32ft long sitting room with a feature brick inglenook fire place housing a Clearview stove, glazed double doors to the rear entertaining terrace and a bay window taking advantage of the glorious views to the front. The east-wing of the property accommodates the enviable kitchen which is some 28ft long. With a large area ideal for breakfast or informal dining at one end and the kitchen with handmade units, cream AGA with side module and a central island unit, this is an excellent space for a family to enjoy. A utility room with all of the necessary plumbing for appliances, a WC and doors to the rear terrace is located to the rear of the kitchen. A private study is also accessed from the kitchen, again with a useful external door leading to the rear. Stairs lead to a galleried landing on the first floor with accommodation which comprises the master bedroom suite with ensuite bathroom and separate dressing room, two additional bedrooms, one ensuite, an airing & linen cupboard and the family bathroom. The second floor comprises four further bedrooms and a second family bathroom. The Gardens & Outbuildings The property is encircled by lawns and to the rear of the property is a large entertaining terrace and a second, elevated terrace both of which are ideal for al fresco entertaining. An additional parking area is to the side of the property which is abutted by a four-bay garage with office space above. This backs on to a small open barn to the rear. Paddocks & Woodlands To the east and south of the house are approximately 75.34 acres of grazing land broken in to seven individual paddocks. To the north is Cleedsmore Coppice, 20.36 acres of banked, self-seeded woodland which borders Mor Brook. Details of the sizes of the individual paddocks are shown on the associated plan however briefly comprise: House, Drive & Grounds (1.81 acres / 0.732 ha) Woodland (20.36 acres/ 8.238 ha) Paddock 1 (4.89 acres / 1.98 ha) Paddock 2 (5.81 acres / 2.353 ha) Paddock 3 (26.44 acres / 10.701 ha) Paddock 4 (4.19 acres / 1.897 ha) Paddock 5 (7.16 acres / 2.898 ha) Paddock 6 (4.68 acres / 1.895 ha) Total Paddocks: 75.34 acres / 30.529 ha Total: 97.51 acres / 39.46 ha (All plans and areas shown within the confined of these sales particulars are estimates but are understood to be an accurate representation). Riding Out Riding out is easy in Shropshire with over 600 miles of byways and bridleways. The Jack Mytton Way, a 100 mile route which takes you through some spectacular and unspoilt Shropshire countryside passes only a few hundred yards away and is open to cyclists, horse riders and walkers alike. Direction: From the agent's head office in Bridgnorth take the B4555 Chelmarsh road out of Bridgnorth for 1.7m, passing through the village of Eardington. Turn right for Astbury on the road signposted unsuitable for heavy goods vehicles. Proceed over the bridge up the hill, past Astbury Hall, through sharp right hand and then a sharp left hand bend, up the hill and near the top (0.9m) you'll see a right hand drive set back with a wooden 5 bar gate and cattle grid. Open the gate and drive over the cattle grid, please close the gate behind you and then proceed along the track all the way until it splits in two. Take the right hand track and drive up to Cleedsmore Farm.

detached house plus land for sale

4.92 acres, Batchmore, Cleobury North, Bridgnorth, WV16, Shropshire

listed on 2020-04-26  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

4.92 acres, Batchmore, Cleobury North, Bridgnorth, WV16, Shropshire For Sale - Guide Price £950,000 Batchmore is believed to be dated back to the early 1900’s and was the former laundry house to the Burwarton Estate. Enjoying excellent outside space and benefitting from useful outbuildings this imposing property has been impressively renovated by our clients to create one of the most charming country houses in the region. Situation Located in the highly sought-after south Shropshire settlement of Cleobury North and sitting on the edge of the well-known Burwarton Estate, the property is positioned away from the main road and being convenient to market town of Bridgnorth (8.3 miles) and the historic border town of Ludlow (11.3 miles). The village of Cleobury North has a village store and post office whilst the nearby village of Burwarton has a public house and restaurant. Nearby, Ditton Priors has a number of local amenities including a primary school, church, post office, medical practice, convenience store and excellent butchers. There is also a petrol station, public house and a village hall/community centre. Ludlow is famed for its fine gastronomic reputation, independent shops, interesting & historic architecture. The vibrant festivals and sense of community are still popular with locals and visitors alike. Bridgnorth, known as the gateway to Shropshire, plays host to several wonderful shops and drinking & dining establishments and is also home to the famous Severn Valley Railway. There is a Marks & Spencer food hall as well as several other supermarkets, delicatessens and boutique shops. Communications in the area are excellent. The B4364 connects Ludlow to Bridgnorth where good road links connect to the M54 and national motorway network. The A454 can be picked up at Bridgnorth and provides easy access to Wolverhampton and the West Midlands conurbation. There are main line train services running from Ludlow on the Manchester to Cardiff line and direct trains to London from Wolverhampton. There are international airports at Birmingham, Manchester and East Midlands as well as the smaller Halfpenny Green private airport just 17 miles away. The House Believed to have been built in the early 1900’s, Batchmore was the former laundry house to the Burwarton Estate which “comprise of 11,000 acres in the vicinity of the Brown Clee Hill which, at 540m, is the highest point in the county and is part of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty”.   Interestingly, the nearby “Laundry Coppice” on the estate would most likely have provided the wood for the fires for the hot water system in the laundry. Since having been transformed & renovated previously in the 1980’s and more recently by our clients in the early 2000’s the house now has excellent accommodation and proportions and provides a most impressive family home. Approached from the lane via a private gravelled driveway the property has parking for several vehicles and is flanked by the stables and outbuilding. The house can be entered via the front door which opens in to a bright and welcoming porch which in turns leads to the central hallway. The double return staircase rises to the first floor and the hallway provides access to the impressive sitting room, with its high ceilings and large central fireplace housing a Clearview log burning stove. Full height glazed double doors lead into a central dining room which is currently utilised as a study, which in turn leads back in to the central hall. A second inner hall provides access to the cosy snug and as well to the utility room which also serves as a useful boot room with a WC nearby. The pleasant Winchmore kitchen has beautiful handmade units under a granite work surface and is tastefully presented. A seating island with useful storage drawers sits at one end with doors leading out to the garden, whilst at the other end, past the LPG fired Aga, a butler sink and units with integrated appliances, full height double doors provide access out into the garden room. This impressive room provides excellent family space, with wonderful views over the gardens. With ample space for a dining tables & chairs and sofas this room truly is the heart of the home. To the first floor are 3 bedrooms, including the master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and separate dressing room secreted behind wood panelled walls. This room could double as a bedroom if required. The additional guest bedrooms are served by a well-appointed family bathroom. The second-floor plays host to two further bedrooms, a shower room and a further room which is currently utilised as a cinema room but could easily double as an additional seventh bedroom. Outbuildings There are several outbuildings consisting of a brick and slate tiled stable block, log store, garden stores and small open barn. There is a larger outbuilding which is currently used as storage but would serve well as secondary accommodation (with the relevant consents), offices, studios or play rooms. There is water, power and networking to this building. Gardens & Grounds The grounds are split into several parts. The gardens surround the house and include formal gardens, lawns, a kitchen garden, a rose garden, a tennis lawn and an ornamental pond. There are two paddocks which are served by a holding/turning out paddock and a 60m x 20m riding arena. The grounds total 4.92 acres and are peppered by a large variety of species of mature trees. The garden is a wonderful place for a family to enjoy, with a number of exciting trees to climb and even an 80ft zip wire! AGENTS NOTE: During two weeks of the year the neighbouring Burwarton Estate plays host to the annual Burwarton Show, a wonderful one-day agricultural show. During this time, and in the build up to the show, the larger paddock is utilised for access to the showground and an alternative paddock is made available for any stock that may be displaced. This is a formal arrangement however our clients inform us that this provides minimal disruption and the estate are pleased to be as accommodating as they can. GENERAL REMARKS AND STIPULATIONS All items not specifically mentioned within the confines of these sales details are excluded from the sale. The property will be sold subject to, and with the benefit of, all easements, rights of way and wayleaves. Tenure Freehold with Vacant Possession Services Mains Water & Electricity Oil Fired central heating. LPG fired AGA. Septic Tank. Services have not been tested by the agent. We understand broadband is connected to the property. Local Authority Shropshire Council. Council Tax Band G Viewings: Strictly by prior appointment through the sole selling agent. Nock Deighton, Bridgnorth Office. Direction: From Bridgnorth, head south towards Ludlow on the B4364 for approximately 7 miles where you will enter the village of Cleobury North. Past the village shop on your left and at the cross roads some 100 yards later, turn left on to the country lane, signposted Stottesdon. Follow the road around to the right and the property will be found on your left.

6 bed detached house

Batchmore, Cleobury North, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16

listed on 2020-02-19  Nock Deighton   

An extremely appealing 6 bedroom family home, occupying a delightful position in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Benefitting from around 4.92 acres, this property has a number of outbuildings, riding arena, paddocks and gardens. Six bedroom home Excellent Reception Space Impressive Garden Room Useful Outbuildings Around 4.92 Acres Riding Arena Wildlife Pond Paddocks & Gardens Batchmore is believed to be dated back to the early 1900�s and was the former laundry house to the Burwarton Estate. Enjoying excellent outside space and benefitting from useful outbuildings this imposing property has been impressively renovated by our clients to create one of the most charming country houses in the region. Situation Located in the highly sought-after south Shropshire settlement of Cleobury North and sitting on the edge of the well-known Burwarton Estate, the property is positioned away from the main road and being convenient to market town of Bridgnorth (8.3 miles) and the historic border town of Ludlow (11.3 miles). The village of Cleobury North has a village store and post office whilst the nearby village of Burwarton has a public house and restaurant. Nearby, Ditton Priors has a number of local amenities including a primary school, church, post office, medical practice, convenience store and excellent butchers. There is also a petrol station, public house and a village hall/community centre. Ludlow is famed for its fine gastronomic reputation, independent shops, interesting & historic architecture. The vibrant festivals and sense of community are still popular with locals and visitors alike. Bridgnorth, known as the gateway to Shropshire, plays host to several wonderful shops and drinking & dining establishments and is also home to the famous Severn Valley Railway. There is a Marks & Spencer food hall as well as several other supermarkets, delicatessens and boutique shops. Communications in the area are excellent. The B4364 connects Ludlow to Bridgnorth where good road links connect to the M54 and national motorway network. The A454 can be picked up at Bridgnorth and provides easy access to Wolverhampton and the West Midlands conurbation. There are main line train services running from Ludlow on the Manchester to Cardiff line and direct trains to London from Wolverhampton. There are international airports at Birmingham, Manchester and East Midlands as well as the smaller Halfpenny Green private airport just 17 miles away. The House Believed to have been built in the early 1900�s, Batchmore was the former laundry house to the Burwarton Estate which �comprise of 11,000 acres in the vicinity of the Brown Clee Hill which, at 540m, is the highest point in the county and is part of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty�.   Interestingly, the nearby �Laundry Coppice� on the estate would most likely have provided the wood for the fires for the hot water system in the laundry. Since having been transformed & renovated previously in the 1980�s and more recently by our clients in the early 2000�s the house now has excellent accommodation and proportions and provides a most impressive family home. Approached from the lane via a private gravelled driveway the property has parking for several vehicles and is flanked by the stables and outbuilding. The house can be entered via the front door which opens in to a bright and welcoming porch which in turns leads to the central hallway. The double return staircase rises to the first floor and the hallway provides access to the impressive sitting room, with its high ceilings and large central fireplace housing a Clearview log burning stove. Full height glazed double doors lead into a central dining room which is currently utilised as a study, which in turn leads back in to the central hall. A second inner hall provides access to the cosy snug and as well to the utility room which also serves as a useful boot room with a WC nearby. The pleasant Winchmore kitchen has beautiful handmade units under a granite work surface and is tastefully presented. A seating island with useful storage drawers sits at one end with doors leading out to the garden, whilst at the other end, past the LPG fired Aga, a butler sink and units with integrated appliances, full height double doors provide access out into the garden room. This impressive room provides excellent family space, with wonderful views over the gardens. With ample space for a dining tables & chairs and sofas this room truly is the heart of the home. To the first floor are 3 bedrooms, including the master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and separate dressing room secreted behind wood panelled walls. This room could double as a bedroom if required. The additional guest bedrooms are served by a well-appointed family bathroom. The second-floor plays host to two further bedrooms, a shower room and a further room which is currently utilised as a cinema room but could easily double as an additional seventh bedroom. Outbuildings There are several outbuildings consisting of a brick and slate tiled stable block, log store, garden stores and small open barn. There is a larger outbuilding which is currently used as storage but would serve well as secondary accommodation (with the relevant consents), offices, studios or play rooms. There is water, power and networking to this building. Gardens & Grounds The grounds are split into several parts. The gardens surround the house and include formal gardens, lawns, a kitchen garden, a rose garden, a tennis lawn and an ornamental pond. There are two paddocks which are served by a holding/turning out paddock and a 60m x 20m riding arena. The grounds total 4.92 acres and are peppered by a large variety of species of mature trees. The garden is a wonderful place for a family to enjoy, with a number of exciting trees to climb and even an 80ft zip wire! AGENTS NOTE: During two weeks of the year the neighbouring Burwarton Estate plays host to the annual Burwarton Show, a wonderful one-day agricultural show. During this time, and in the build up to the show, the larger paddock is utilised for access to the showground and an alternative paddock is made available for any stock that may be displaced. This is a formal arrangement however our clients inform us that this provides minimal disruption and the estate are pleased to be as accommodating as they can. GENERAL REMARKS AND STIPULATIONS All items not specifically mentioned within the confines of these sales details are excluded from the sale. The property will be sold subject to, and with the benefit of, all easements, rights of way and wayleaves. Tenure Freehold with Vacant Possession Services Mains Water & Electricity Oil Fired central heating. LPG fired AGA. Septic Tank. Services have not been tested by the agent. We understand broadband is connected to the property. Local Authority Shropshire Council. Council Tax Band G Viewings: Strictly by prior appointment through the sole selling agent. Nock Deighton, Bridgnorth Office. Direction: From Bridgnorth, head south towards Ludlow on the B4364 for approximately 7 miles where you will enter the village of Cleobury North. Past the village shop on your left and at the cross roads some 100 yards later, turn left on to the country lane, signposted Stottesdon. Follow the road around to the right and the property will be found on your left.

4 bed detached house

Middleton Priors, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16 6UW

listed on 2020-05-30  Fine and Country   

Offers in region of £695,000 English & Other headings 4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Middleton Priors, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16 6UW ROOMS 4 A truly unique rural haven, Baggot House put quite simply is a delightful rural retreat with that idyllic 'escape to the country' feel. Believed to have been built circa 1760, this detached period home boasts extensive charm & features, with extensive versatility to suit the 'modern day family'. The Ground Floor offers four Reception Rooms, Bathroom and an attractive farmhouse Kitchen, the heart of the home. The First Floor includes four Bedrooms, three of which are En Suite and two having Dressing Rooms. A Roof Terrace can be approached off one of the Bedrooms which has incredible views towards the Clee Hills. The Outbuildings are a superb asset & include a Detached Double Garage with generous office space above, along with a further Workshop. One of the true delights of Baggot House are the stunning views of the rolling South Shropshire countryside, purely uninterrupted. The established gardens have been deliberately set out to enjoy this feeling of tranquility. Energy Rating F Media

4 bed house

24 Roundthorn Close, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16

listed on 2020-02-28  Nock Deighton   

3 Bedrooms En Suite Through Lounge Dining Room Refitted Kitchen/Diner Guest/WC Family Bathroom Driveway Garage Store Annexe The property is located within this popular residential development on the outskirts of Bridgnorth, individually positioned at the head of a quiet cul de sac on the edge of the development, providing ample parking and private rear garden. Built to a high specification, this property really must be viewed to appreciate the finish and level of accommodation on offer. Accommodation comprises entrance hall with guest cloaks/ WC and understairs storage cupboard, a spacious through lounge with electric fire and French doors to the rear garden, dining room, and refitted kitchen/ diner. The refitted kitchen/ diner offers an impressive range of high gloss fitted wall and base units with kick board lighting, matching worktops and inset sink unit. Integrated appliances include oven & hob, fridge & freezer, dishwasher and wine chiller. The worktop extends to an ideal breakfast bar and there is still ample space for dining furniture, in addition to French doors opening out to the rear garden.           On the first floor, the gallery landing leads to three good size bedrooms and the family bathroom/ WC. The large master bedroom benefits from twin built in wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. The front garden is laid to lawn with paved path to entrance and driveway which affords parking for several cars and leads to the Newly built garage store. Incorporated within the garage building is a fantastic two-storey annexe comprising open plan living area on the ground floor with fitted kitchenette. Stairs rise to the first floor bedroom, offering generous storage, skylights and and a luxuriously fitted en-suite shower room. The rear garden is laid to lawn with large paved patio area and gated side access. THE AREA: The ancient market town of Bridgnorth is geographically divided into High Town and Low Town, linked by several sets of historic steps, the famous cliff railway and by Cartway, a meandering street steeped in history. The local area enjoys excellent amenities including high street shopping, supermarkets, a wide range of leisure facilities, doctors and dentists. Bridgnorth offers excellent educational facilities boasting four primary schools and two secondary schools. Direction: From our Whitburn Street office, head over the mini roundabout continuing up on the Shrewsbury Road. At the top of the road on the left hand side is Wenlock Rise. Turn right into Roundthorn Close where No.24 can be found towards the end as denoted by the Nock Deighton 'For Sale' board.

2 bed flat

Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16 4HJ (for sat nav use WV16 4HJ)

listed on 2019-06-15  Churchill Retirement   

Churchill is excited to be bringing a collection of 1 and 2 bedroom flats in Bridgnorth, purposefully designed and located close to local amenities to make it easy to live an active, independent lifestyle. Planning permission has been granted and we are awaiting a date to commence construction. Register your details to be kept up to date with the progress of this development.