A charming detached 19th century cottage together with a detached Coach House and ample car parking.
4 BEDROOMS, EN SUITE
SEPARATE DETACHED COACH HOUSE
LARGE GAMES ROOM/OFFICE
OPEN PLAN LOUNGE/KITCHEN
BEDROOM, SHOWER ROOM
GAS CH, GARDENS
5 CAR PARKING SPACES
Historically, we understand that the property was built around the late 1800's and was three cottages and later converted into one detached cottage of character and charm.
The Coach House was converted by the present owners into a compact detached two storey property - ideal as a self contained annexe for dependant relatives, studio, or the option to rent out as an investment property. The ground floor is vacant and again could be utilised as a home office or games room etc.
Many period features throughout the cottage ie. fireplaces, exposed beams to ceiling, etc yet with benefit of gas central heating and modern appliances.
You are buying a cottage within a semi rural location oozing with a fascinating blend of history and culture. Broseley Wood which has a strong individual character with its origin as a squatter settlement evident in the haphazard maze of streets, lanes and narrow paths known as 'jitties', clinging to the steep slopes between Broseley and Bridge Road.
The property lies in a conservation area, on the fringe of Benthall nearby the historical town of Broseley which has 2 supermarkets, chemist, post office, local butcher, bank, library, medical centre, dentist, ironmongers, 2 primary schools and a third primary school in Barrow, nursery school, local ramblers association covering many countryside walks, bridlepaths including the infamous Jack Mytton Way, active amateur dramatics society, camera club, film society, historical society, cricket club, football clubs, snooker and bowls club, and other local community interests with functions held at the Victoria Hall in the centre of the town.
Local bus service transports school children to and from William Brookes secondary school in Much Wenlock which is 4 miles distant - easy access onto the A458 Shrewsbury to Bridgnorth road - 12 miles and 8 miles distant respectively. Bridgnorth market town has a good array of shops, schools, a thriving local produce market on a Saturday providing fresh produce, general arts and crafts goods, household items.
Ironbridge town is approx 1 mile and designated as a World Heritage site - famous for the first iron bridge to be constructed in the world during 1779. Telford is approximately 7 miles distant with a railway station, access to the M54 motorway link road leading to main motorway network.
PORCH: stable door, tiled floor into small inner lobby and thereafter into the ...
BREAKFAST/KITCHEN: range of pine kitchen units including solid base and wall cupboards, roll top worktop surfaces, stainless steel one and a half bowl sink unit, mixer tap, Gas fired Rayburn Royal Aga cooker set within a brick recess, separate gas cooker point, plumbing for dishwasher, exposed beams to ceiling, tiled floor, understairs storage recess and radiator.
FAMILY ROOM: feature cast iron firegrate/range, exposed beamed ceiling, pine door to.
LOUNGE: attractive solid pine surround to the exposed brick fireplace housing a cast iron wood burning stove, exposed beams to ceiling, French door to sun terrace.
STUDY: a vaulted ceiling with power and lighting.
CONSERVATORY: tiled floor with a pleasing outlook to the front garden.
UTILITY ROOM: tiled floor, 2 base cupboards, double wall cupboard unit, worktop surface, plumbing for washing machine.
CLOAKROOM: tiled floor, low flush WC, wash hand basin.
PORCH/FREEZER ROOM: space for fridge/freezer, timber and glazed outer door.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION - SPLIT LEVEL LANDING
MASTER BEDROOM: overlooking front gardens, fitted open wardrobe/display unit, built in wardrobe and storage, loft access and archway to the...
WASHROOM/WC: tiled floor, low flush WC, wash hand basin, and shaver point.
BEDROOM 2: window overlooking side garden.
BEDROOM 3: built in wardrobe with storage, overlooks the front garden.
BEDROOM 4: built in wardrobe and overlooks the front garden.
BATHROOM: lovely white coloured suite - panelled corner bath, mixer tap, fully tiled shower cubicle, wash hand basin, low flush WC, airing/boiler cupboard, loft access and side window.
THE COACH HOUSE - ACCOMMODATION
GROUND FLOOR: timber and glazed side entrance door into the ...
GAMES ROOM / OFFICE / STOREROOM: 27' 6" X 11' 2" - formally a garage, Potterton gas CH boiler, plumbing for washing machine, ideal room for extension to the upper floor accommodation.
TIMBER EXTERNAL STAIRCASE ASCENDS TO A TIMBER DECKED PLATFORM:
Panelled entrance door into the entrance hall - laminate floor.
SHOWER ROOM: 7' 5" X 6' - white coloured suite - fully tiled shower cubicle, low flush WC, wash hand basin, halogen ceiling lights, heated towel rail, tiled floor and frosted glazed window.
OPEN PLAN LOUNGE/KITCHEN: 12' x 12' 7" IN TOTAL
LOUNGE AREA: laminate floor, into the
KITCHEN AREA: modern range of base and wall cupboard units, worktop surfaces, electric oven, four ring gas hob, extractor fan over, integrated fridge, sink unit and mixer tap.
DOUBLE BEDROOM: 12' X 7' 9" - laminate floor, loft access, windows to front and side.
The properties are approached over a gravelled driveway providing parking for at least 5 vehicles.
Timber garden shed with log store. Stone pathway to the cottage flanked by raised lawned gardens interspersed with a variety of shrubs and bedding plants. Steps at side lead to a raised garden with wooded area beyond. Timber garden shed and chicken enclosure.
DIRECTIONS: From IRONBRIDGE follow Waterloo Street, cross the free bridge and bear right at the hairpin bend into STATION ROAD. At the next hairpin bend into BRIDGE ROAD.The property lies approx 300m on the left hand side. Sat Nav: TF12 5QX.