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Stretton Westwood, Much Wenlock

  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
£260,000 Guide Price
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Property Features

  • Pretty Victorian cottage with character
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Generous living space
  • Double glazing throughout
  • Parking for two cars
  • Approximately 80metre long plot
  • Useful outbuildings including a large workshop and playroom
  • Short drive to nearby Much Wenlock
  • Idyllic hamlet location
  • Oil fired central heating

Property Summary

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They say you should never judge a book by its cover, this is most definitely the case with this stunning mid terrace home. It is the gift that keeps on giving, Located just over a mile from Much Wenlock, in a quiet hamlet, this property offers deceptively spacious accommodation, a 140ft garden with views that just keep going as well as a variety of outbuildings. It is an absolute must see!

Full Details

THE PROPERTY This property certainly offers buyers a chance to own a slice of 'the good life' and if you are a keen gardener then forget the slice, you can take the whole cake!
In brief the property comprises, porch entrance leading to the living room with log burner, this then leads perfectly into the dining room with Rayburn. Spacious galley kitchen with separate utility and family bathroom to the rear completes the ground floor. The first floor offers three bedrooms, two being double as well as wc off the master bedroom.
The stunning gardens stretch to approximately 140ft with an array of beautiful flower beds and mature trees. The current owners have a large chicken run and duck pond and have sculpted a seating area to the rear to benefit from those stunning views of the surrounding countryside. There is a large games/play room housing the owners pool table with space for storage behind, separate workshop, stable and log store providing a huge amount of storage.
Located just over a mile outside the historic Shropshire town of Much Wenlock, the property is set in an idyllic hamlet surrounded by some of the county's most attractive countryside.


Agents Note: The vendor of this property is an employee of Roger Parry & Partners.

ENTRANCE HALL Porch entrance with space for shoes leading in to the home via patterned glass door


LIVING ROOM 13' 1" x 12' 1" (4.01m x 3.7m) Are you ready for those warm cosy nights? With brick fire place housing log burner with wooden mantle above, exposed beams and wood effect laminate flooring. double glazed window to the front aspect with archway leading to:

DINING ROOM 13' 3" x 10' 9" (4.05m x 3.28m) An ideal entertaining space with original quarry tiled flooring, space for dining table and chairs, Rayburn providing the homes heating and hot water with double glazed window to the rear elevation



KITCHEN 15' 5" x 7' 10" (4.7m x 2.4m) Family galley kitchen comprising matching eye level and base units with granite worktops over. Countertop ceramic hob with extraction over head, tower oven and grill as well as integral fridge freezer. double glazed window to the side elevation with access to the rear garden with tiled flooring throughout

UTILITY ROOM 7' 6" x 5' 6" (2.3m x 1.7m) Separate utility area with built in units, space for appliances as well as space for coats and shoes

BATHROOM 10' 5" x 7' 6" (3.2m x 2.3m) Steps down to tiled floor with rear aspect frosted window. Corner bath unit, separate walk in corner shower unit, pedestal sink and w.c.



STAIRS AND LANDING Carpeted stairs and landing with all rooms leading off

MASTER BEDROOM 10' 2" x 12' 1" (3.11m x 3.7m) Double bedroom to the front of the property with space for storage, carpeted flooring and original feature fireplace

WC 6' 10" x 3' 11" (2.1m x 1.2m) Low level wc with pedestal wash basin, wall mounted shower could be used to covert to a full ensuite


BEDROOM TWO 10' 2" x 10' 5" (3.11m x 3.18m) The second double bedroom with carpeted flooring and a rear aspect window. Built in wardrobe and airing cupboard


BEDROOM THREE 6' 4" x 10' 5" (1.95m x 3.18m) Single bedroom with carpet flooring and a rear aspect window


GARDEN The substantial gardens extend over 80 meters to the rear of the property with a range of herbaceous borders, a vegetable patch and spectacular rear views towards Much Wenlock. Extensive outbuildings include a greenhouse, a stable used as a potting shed, poultry area with pond and laying boxes, workshop and games room.
To the front of the property there is a gravelled driveway for two cars. To the rear, there is a patio (with large double gates for vehicular access via no.37's drive) which opens into the garden. A central passageway between the two houses allows shared access, via a lockable gate, to the property's back door.



DIRECTIONS Directions
From Telford - leave the M54 and take the A442 towards Bridgnorth. From Bridgenorth take the A458 south towards Much Wenloch continuing on this road through the town until you come to the fork with Stretton Road (B4371). Take the Stretton Road for roughly one mile until you see a left hand turn sign posted towards Stretton Westwood.
From Shrewsbury - Take the A458 East signposted Cross Houses and Much Wenlock. Before reaching Much Wenlock, a sharp right hand turn leads onto the Stretton Road (B4371). Take the Stretton Road for roughly one mile until you see a left hand turn sign posted towards Stretton Westwood.
From Much Wenlock - Take the A458 West signposted to Cressage and Cross Houses. At the fork in the road, take the Stretton Road (B4371) and continue for roughly one mile until you see a left hand turn sign posted towards Stretton Westwood.


LOCATION Location
Stretton Westwood is a delightful hamlet on the outskirts of Much Wenlock, perfectly positioned to enjoy the surrounding countryside that includes the well-known Wenlock Edge that provides spectacular views of South Shropshire. A footpath is accessible directly from the end of the lane and provides access to Much Wenlock in 20 minutes.
Much Wenlock is a historic Shropshire Town, noted for its attractive high-street and abbey ruins. Local amenities include the popular William Brookes Sixth Form School, a medical centre and several local supermarkets.
Local access links include the A458 towards Bridgenorth and Birmingham, and the nearby M54 for routes towards Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Manchester.

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