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22 Southfield Road, Much Wenlock, Shropshire, TF13

Asking price £239,950, 3 bedrooms, Semi-Detached,
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  • Tenure: freehold
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Deceptively spacious semi detached family house, built around 1928, and situated on the fringe of the picturesque medieval town of Much Wenlock. Superb views over countryside to the fore and rear of the property.
The town has been ranked in the top 20 most sought after villages and small towns in England & Wales - polled by Timesonline and Savills. Also, ranked as the 2nd most desirable area to reside in as polled by the Daily Mail newspaper. The home of Dr William Penny Brookes who inspired the modern day Olympics. The High Street comprises of local stores, shops, deli, banks, post office, chemist, local pubs/restaurants, renowned butcher, bakery, hardware shop,supermarkets, garages, churches, nearby is the doctors surgery, primary and secondary schools acclaiming good exam results together with leisure centre ( swimming pool, cricket ground, bowls, athletics track).
Easy commuting to Shrewsbury 12 miles, Bridgnorth 8 miles, Telford 12 miles, Church Stretton 15 miles, Wolverhampton 17 miles. In Telford, the M54 motorway links onto M6 and M1 respectively.
Ground floor extension providing a large "L" shaped dining/kitchen, lobby off with wc, garage converted partly into a study with remainder being a useful workshop/storeroom - the study could be removed and a large garage could remain or possibly convert into a large bedroom, subject to planning and building regulation approval, if required.
Entrance porch - double doors, tiled floor & wood panelled door with ornate stained glazed oval pane and lite over. Reception hall - understairs storage cupboard. Front living room features an open fireplace/pine surround, exposed timber floorboarding, picture rail, and walk in deep bay window enjoying views.
Rear sitting room - open fireplace, built in storage cupboard, exposed timber floor, picture rail and UPVC french windows to the sun decked terrace.
Excellent dining/kitchen - tiled floor, range of base and wall cupboard units, ample worktop
surfaces, attractive tiled splash areas, one and half stainless steel sink unit - mixer tap over, integral dishwasher, space for automatic washing machine, superb Tecnik stainless steel cooking range, splashback and stainless steel cooker hood over, stable door to rear garden. Lobby off. Wc - wash hand basin. Study - exposed timber floorboarding, steps down into useful workshop/storeroom - good headroom approx 9'3" high, double doors to front driveway.
The balustrade staircase ascends to the first floor landing. Master bedroom at rear - ornate Coalbrookdale firegrate, picture rail, built in airing/boiler cupboard housing the gas fired combination central heating boiler, views over the rear garden and fields beyond.
Front bedroom - deep walk in bay window offering superb views over open fields and countryside beyond, small Coalbrookdale firegrate and picture rail.
Bedroom three is a single room again with superb views as in bedroom 2.
Refitted family bathroom - white coloured suite, chrome panelled bath, shower unit over, large wash hand basin, low flush wc, large ceramic tiled splash, chrome heated towel rail/radiator. Large roof void, potential for loft conversion subject to planning and building regulation approval.
Tarmac driveway provides space for 3/4 cars and flanked by lawns, bordered by a variety of shrubs, bedding plants, rockery, Silver Birch trees and wrought iron fencing to road frontage. Large rear gardens, approx 75' X 25' - large sun decked terrace approx 26' X 25, steps up to lawn with shrubs and bedding plants, rockery, further small sun patio sheltered below a tree. Wonderful outlook to the open fields at rear. Timber garden shed. Close board fencing.

  • Porch, reception hall, cloakroom
  • Living room, sitting room
  • Large L shaped dining/kitchen
  • Study, family bathroom
  • 3 Bedrooms, workshop/storeroom
  • Gas CH, double glazing
  • Large front/rear gardens
  • Excellent sun decked terrace

    Deceptively spacious semi detached family house, built around 1928, and situated on the fringe of the picturesque medieval town of Much Wenlock. Superb views over countryside to the fore and rear of the property.
    The town has been ranked in the top 20 most sought after villages and small towns in England & Wales - polled by Timesonline and Savills. Also, ranked as the 2nd most desirable area to reside in as polled by the Daily Mail newspaper. The home of Dr William Penny Brookes who inspired the modern day Olympics. The High Street comprises of local stores, shops, deli, banks, post office, chemist, local pubs/restaurants, renowned butcher, bakery, hardware shop,supermarkets, garages, churches, nearby is the doctors surgery, primary and secondary schools acclaiming good exam results together with leisure centre ( swimming pool, cricket ground, bowls, athletics track).
    Easy commuting to Shrewsbury 12 miles, Bridgnorth 8 miles, Telford 12 miles, Church Stretton 15 miles, Wolverhampton 17 miles. In Telford, the M54 motorway links onto M6 and M1 respectively.
    Ground floor extension providing a large "L" shaped dining/kitchen, lobby off with wc, garage converted partly into a study with remainder being a useful workshop/storeroom - the study could be removed and a large garage could remain or possibly convert into a large bedroom, subject to planning and building regulation approval, if required.
    Entrance porch - double doors, tiled floor & wood panelled door with ornate stained glazed oval pane and lite over. Reception hall - understairs storage cupboard. Front living room features an open fireplace/pine surround, exposed timber floorboarding, picture rail, and walk in deep bay window enjoying views.
    Rear sitting room - open fireplace, built in storage cupboard, exposed timber floor, picture rail and UPVC french windows to the sun decked terrace.
    Excellent dining/kitchen - tiled floor, range of base and wall cupboard units, ample worktop
    surfaces, attractive tiled splash areas, one and half stainless steel sink unit - mixer tap over, integral dishwasher, space for automatic washing machine, superb Tecnik stainless steel cooking range, splashback and stainless steel cooker hood over, stable door to rear garden. Lobby off. Wc - wash hand basin. Study - exposed timber floorboarding, steps down into useful workshop/storeroom - good headroom approx 9'3" high, double doors to front driveway.
    The balustrade staircase ascends to the first floor landing. Master bedroom at rear - ornate Coalbrookdale firegrate, picture rail, built in airing/boiler cupboard housing the gas fired combination central heating boiler, views over the rear garden and fields beyond.
    Front bedroom - deep walk in bay window offering superb views over open fields and countryside beyond, small Coalbrookdale firegrate and picture rail.
    Bedroom three is a single room again with superb views as in bedroom 2.
    Refitted family bathroom - white coloured suite, chrome panelled bath, shower unit over, large wash hand basin, low flush wc, large ceramic tiled splash, chrome heated towel rail/radiator. Large roof void, potential for loft conversion subject to planning and building regulation approval.
    Tarmac driveway provides space for 3/4 cars and flanked by lawns, bordered by a variety of shrubs, bedding plants, rockery, Silver Birch trees and wrought iron fencing to road frontage. Large rear gardens, approx 75' X 25' - large sun decked terrace approx 26' X 25, steps up to lawn with shrubs and bedding plants, rockery, further small sun patio sheltered below a tree. Wonderful outlook to the open fields at rear. Timber garden shed. Close board fencing.

    Directions

    From Ironbridge follow road towards Much Wenlock and pass by the William Brookes secondary school. In Smithfield Road turn right before the Fire Station into Bridge Road, over the hump back bridge and left into Southfield Road. The house lies on the right hand side.

  • Marketed by:

    Nock Deighton IronbridgeTF8 7AD

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