Coed Lane, Churchstoke
A charming detached stone and timber period cottage with a wealth of exposed timbers and character features, occupying a central location in the popular village of Churchstoke. Accommodation briefly comprises: entrance porch, entrance hall with stone flagged floor, sitting room/ dining room with log burner, kitchen/ breakfast room, utility/ downstairs WC. Upstairs there are three good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The property has the benefit of good off road parking for up to four cars, downstairs underfloor heating, detached garage, oil central heating, all set in good sized south facing rear gardens. Churchstoke Village has the benefit of extremely good local amenities including a large supermarket incorporating post office, pub and junior school.
ACCOMMODATION COMPRISING: uPVC glazed and panelled front door leading to:
ENTRANCE PORCH 4' 6" x 3' 8" (1.37m x 1.12m) With marble effect ceramic tiled flooring and recessed spotlight, wood framed windows set to either side.
Archway leading through to:
ENTRANCE HALL 16' 0" x 6' 8" (4.88m x 2.03m) Stone flagged flooring, door to useful under stairs storage cupboard, exposed wall timbers, staircase leading to first floor, telephone point. Oak door leads to:
DOWNSTAIRS CLOAKROOM/ UTILITY ROOM 7' 7" x 6' 7" (2.31m x 2.01m) With low level flush WC, wall mounted wash had basin, wood work surface with space and plumbing set for washing machine and tumble dryer under. Oil boiler alongside, pitch pine door to built in airing cupboard with cylinder. Opaque glazed wood framed window to the rear and central heating timing controls.
From entrance hall door to:
SITTING ROOM/ DINING ROOM 20' 5" x 15' 5" (6.22m x 4.7m) With feature fire place with raised brick hearth and brick inlay and log burner inset, alcove to either side, one with range of built in shelving, wealth of ceiling and wall timbers, deep sills to secondary glazed windows to the front, further wood framed double glazed window to the rear over looking gardens.
From entrance hall door to:
KITCHEN/ BREAKFAST ROOM 15' 2" x 11' 5" (4.62m x 3.48m) With range of shaker style solid oak units comprising ceramic Belfast style sink with mixer taps set into granite work surfaces extending to two wall sections with range of cupboards and drawers under. Range of matching eye level cupboards above. Inglenook fireplace with original bread oven providing recess for propane gas cooking range - (range is available by separate negotiation). Granite work surface to either side with matching base units under. Range of recessed lighting, pine door to built in larder, ceramic tiled flooring, wood framed double glazed window to the front and rear with service door leading to the rear.
From entrance hall stairs with feature wall timbers to one side leads to landing with power and lighting points, wood framed double glazed window to the rear overlooking gardens.
Landing gives access to bedroom accommodation, comprising:
BEDROOM ONE 16' 6" x 13' 8" (5.03m x 4.17m) With feature ornamental original fireplace with brick hearth and wooden beam above radiator, wood framed windows to the front and rear with further double glazed skylight to the rear.
BEDROOM TWO 15' 9" x 13' 6" (4.8m x 4.11m) With radiator, secondary glazed wood framed window to the front and further wood framed window to the rear overlooking gardens.
BEDROOM THREE 11' 0" x 8' 3" (3.35m x 2.51m) With radiator, access to roof space, metal casement window to the front with double glazed skylight above.
BATHROOM Fitted with white suite comprising: a bath with fitted shower attachment, fully tiled to bath area, pedestal wash basin, low level flush WC, micro tiled vinyl floor covering, extractor fan, shaver point, central light point, wood framed double glazed opaque window to the rear, chrome ladder style radiator.
OUTSIDE FRONT The property is approached over double width tarmac drive way giving off road parking for up to four cars and extending to:
BLOCK AND RENDERED GARAGE 18' 0" x 9' 0" (5.49m x 2.74m) With metal up and over door, concrete floor, power and lighting points, window to the rear, service door to the side.
Front gardens laid to neatly kept lawns surrounded by flower and shrub borders with paved pathway from the parking area leading up across the front giving access to the far side of the property. Gardens are enclosed by a variety of stone walling, range of outside lights.
GARAGE From the kitchen door out onto concrete and paved sun patio extending across the width of the property with range of outside lights, outside water tap, oil storage tank set to one side. From patio area steps lead up to large lawned area enclosed by a variety of hedging and fencing, brick built large garden store situated to the rear of the garden. The gardens enjoy lovely pleasant sunny aspect and run to a good size.
DIRECTIONS: Approaching Churchstoke from Welshpool via the A490, upon reaching the T junction turn right onto the A489. After approximately 100 yards turn right onto Coed Lane and Coed Cottage is situated on the left hand side.
Approaching from Shrewsbury via the A488, turn right sign posted Churchstoke & Hyssington. Continue on for approximately 1.5 miles to the T Junction, turning right. Upon reaching Churchstoke carry on through the village over the river bridge taking the second turning on the right onto Coed Lane and Coed Cottage is situated on the left hand side.
SERVICES: Oil fired central heating
Mains water (rated)
Council Tax Band: F
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