Oswestry is a popular market town on the Welsh border with a lively café culture and an interesting mix of both independent and traditional shops and supermarkets and a regular weekly market. Easy access to the A5 and A483 provides direct links to Shrewsbury, Chester and beyond and the train station at nearby Gobowen provides regular rail services to Chester, Liverpool, Birmingham and London. The area is renowned for its excellent state and private schools including Oswestry School, Moreton Hall Girls School, Adcote School for Girls, Ellesmere College and Packwood Haugh.
The nearby village of Gobowen enjoys village facilities including convenience store, post office, public house, primary school, main line railway, there is a good public bus service to Oswestry, all of which go to serve the villages day to day needs.
PORCH With light point, timber and glazed door leading through to:
ENTRANCE HALL With emergency call system to main office, radiator, cloaks cupboard, airing cupboard housing pressurised hot water tank and linen shelving, entrance hatch to the attic area, internal door into Garage.
CLOAKROOM Providing a low flush WC, heat exchange vent.
LIVING/DINING ROOM 23' 3" x 12' 1" (7.09m x 3.68m) Light and airy room, wall mounted TV point, heat exchange vents, radiator, door leading through to the Conservatory.
Dining area with double glazed windows to the front elevation, radiator, heat exchange vent, archway into:
KITCHEN 8' 6" x 7' 3" (2.59m x 2.21m) Newly Fitted kitchen comprising a comprehensive range of fitted pull out base units with granite worktops over and tiling up to ceiling providing cupboard and drawer space, composite bowl sink unit with grooved drainer to the side, integral fridge, built-in oven, four ring electric hob with extractor hood over, double glazed window to the front elevation, heat exchange vent
CONSERVATORY 9' 6" x 8' 9" (2.9m x 2.67m) With double glazed elevations and of timber construction on a brick base with a triple glazed polycarbonate roof, ceiling fan, doors leading out to Private Courtyard.
BEDROOM ONE 12' 9" x 11' 9" (3.89m x 3.58m) With double glazed window to the front elevation, heat exchange vent, telephone point, built in wardrobe, with mirror, hanging and shelves.
BEDROOM TWO 9' 10" x 8' 2" (3m x 2.49m) With double glazed window to the rear elevation overlooking into Courtyard, heat exchange vent.
BATHROOM Four piece suite comprising low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, walk-in shower area with power shower, panelled bath with electrically operated bath chair, heat exchange vent, heated towel rail.
GARAGE 19' 4" x 10' 9" (5.89m x 3.28m) With internal door from the Reception Hall. With electrically operated door to the rear elevation, power and light points. Newly installed work surfaces with sink and drainer, and void for appliances. Tiled splash back.
GARDEN The garden is situated to the rear of the property which is paved for ease of maintenance enjoying raised borders. The garden has walls for privacy with gate leading to the Parking Area and outdoor lighting.
DRIVEWAY Located to the rear of the Garage.
COMMUNAL GARDENS Communal Gardens - There are communal gardens on the complex which can be enjoyed by all. These gardens are maintained by the Court's gardener.
Community Room - The community room is situated centrally on the site and offers: Reading Area, Conservatory, Overnight Accommodation for Visitors and weekly social events.
Tenure - Leasehold for an original term of 100 years from 1st April 1999 subject to ground rent of £100.00 per annum for the first 25 years and thereafter increased by £50.00 every 25 years. Also subject to a monthly service charge of around £520.00 which involves 24 hour audio call for the medical and emergency assistance, refuse collection, building insurance, window cleaning, maintenance to the building and communal gardens and certain internal cleaning each week. Correct as of 2023. Purchaser should see clarity by a legal advisor on this.
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