Sold STC

Cruckton, Shrewsbury, Shropshire

  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Acreage: 2
£550,000 Fixed Price
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Property Features

  • No Upward Chain
  • Three Bedroom Detached House
  • Spectacular Far Reaching Views
  • Set In Just Over Two Acres
  • Outbuildings Include A Barn And 1.5 Bay Stables
  • Mature Front And Rear Gardens Including An Orchard
  • Gated Off-Road Parking
  • Within 3 Miles of Shrewsbury
  • 2 Miles from Shrewsbury Ring Road (A5) For Links To Manchester And Birmingham
  • Superfast Fibre Optic Broadband

Property Summary

With sweeping views of the Shropshire countryside, Hollydene is a detached three-bedroom house set in just over 2 acres complete with outbuildings and stables, sold with NO UPWARD CHAIN. Located within three miles of the market town of Shrewsbury, the property is within quick and convenient access to a wide range of amenities and local transport links including a direct train service to London and major road links.

Full Details

With sweeping views of the Shropshire countryside, Hollydene is a detached three-bedroom house set in just over 2 acres complete with outbuildings and stables. Located within three miles of the market town of Shrewsbury, the property is within quick and convenient access to a wide range of amenities and local transport links including a direct train service to London and major road links.

The accommodation briefly comprises an entrance porch, a large 31ft living room with double bay windows, an inner hall, a kitchen/breakfast room with attached pantry, a conservatory with attached laundry room, a downstairs bedroom, and a downstairs shower room. On the first floor, two further bedrooms, a bathroom, and a study. There is double glazing throughout the property, predominantly uPVC, and oil-fired central heating.

Hollydene is situated between the hamlets of Nox and Cruckton, three miles from the historic market town of Shrewsbury. The area is well known for its large number of excellent walking routes and bridleways, connecting the area with other surrounding villages. Within 2 miles of the property, the Shrewsbury Ring Road (A5) provides access to major road links including Manchester and the M56 as well as Birmingham and the M6.

ENTRANCE PORCH 2.34 x 1.96
Half brick built entrance porch with uPVC triple aspect windows, carpet flooring and panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.

LIVING ROOM/DINING ROOM 9.55 x 3.96 into bay
A glazed door from the entrance porch leads to this large reception area with living and dining room space. Two bay windows, on either side of the entrance door, offer breathtaking views of the local countryside and separate the room into two adjoined living spaces. Carpet flooring with a feature fireplace at one end with both hearth and surround being tiled and a wood mantle. Two large curved radiators sit below each of the bay windows. Glazed double doors lead to:

INNER HALLWAY 2.95 x 2.03
Large inner hallway with access to the kitchen/breakfast room, downstairs wet room, downstairs bedroom and stairs to the first floor. Carpet flooring with one radiator.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 3.76 max x 5.94
'L' shaped kitchen with built-in kitchen base and wall units as well as space for a small table and chairs. Two side aspect windows offer views towards the barn and stables, whilst a rear wooden frame window offers views of the rear garden. An internal window allows additional light from the conservatory space. Within the base units there is an integrated double stainless-steel sink with draining space, space for a dishwasher, a Belling Kensington double oven range cooker with a 7-ring gas hob. The oil-fired boiler is also housed within the base units. There is linoleum flooring and one radiator. The pantry is accessed from the breakfast area and is fitted with shelving.

CONSERVATORY 4.01 x 2.54
Half brick built conservatory with vinyl tile flooring, Perspex roof, and dual aspect uPVC windows overlooking the rear garden. A rear door allows access to the garden, whilst the laundry room allows space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer.

DOWNSTAIRS BEDROOM THREE 3.51 x 4.67 max
Double bedroom with side and rear aspect windows, and carpet flooring. There is a low-level storage cupboard and one radiator.

DOWNSTAIRS WETROOM 2.64 x 1.98
Wetroom with vinyl flooring and a combination of half and fully-tiled walls as well as an attractive uPVC stained-glass window. An electric open shower allows disabled access, with a white suite comprising a pedestal sink and toilet with a low-level flush. In addition, there is a wall-mounted heated towel rail.

STAIRS TO:

LANDING
Carpet flooring, loft hatch, and skylight. Allowing access to bedroom one, bedroom two, the bathroom, and the study space.

BEDROOM ONE 3.78 x 5.36
Large double bedroom with side and rear aspect windows overlooking the land to the rear of the property. Carpet flooring with two built-in wardrobes, and one radiator.

BEDROOM TWO 3.89 x 3.18
Double bedroom with a side aspect window, carpet flooring, a built-in cupboard (containing the water tank), and one radiator.

STUDY 1.55 x 2.59
Accessed via glazed double doors, the front aspect window offers spectacular views, two built in eaves storage spaces, and one radiator.

BATHROOM 1.91 x 1.68
Fully tiled walls with a fitted bath, carpet flooring, a skylight, pedestal sink, toilet with low-level flush, and a radiator.

GARDENS AND ORCHARD
Set back from the road, the property is set in roughly 0.75 acres of attractive South-facing gardens, including a wide range of mature trees and shrubs. A gated hardcore driveway allows access to three parking spaces, with further parking available in front of the barn. There are sizeable wrap around-gardens with private patio space and a fully enclosed 'hidden' orchard. The barn is ideal as further covered parking or as dry storage space. A carport, to the side of the barn offers further covered parking space or an open workshop area.

BARN 6.2 x 5.11
Timber frame barn with concrete floor, triple and double doors, two rear and one side aspect window.

OPEN CARPORT/WORKSHOP 3.56 x 3.56
Timber frame set on hard standing with water supply.

PADDOCK AND STABLES
A self-locking gate accesses a small, secure paddock containing the 1.5 bay stable, which leads onto the approximately one-acre paddock, secured by mature hedging and with excellent views. A true haven for equestrian pursuits or livestock ownership. The paddock's elevated position allows panoramic views of the local countryside.

STABLES 2.49 x 3.4
Comprising a large bay and smaller bay (possible tack room) both set on hard standing with water trough and feeding cage.

SERVICES
Oil-fired central heating
Mains water
Mains electricity
Private drainage - septic tank
Council tax - E
Tenure - Freehold
Superfast fibre optic broadband.

LOCATION
Hollydene is situated between the hamlets of Nox and Cruckton, three miles from the historic market town of Shrewsbury. The area is well known for its large number of excellent walking routes and bridleways, connecting the area with other surrounding villages. The nearby town of Shrewsbury offers a selection of mainstream and boutique shops, restaurants, and bars as well as a hospital and train station. Within 2 miles of the property, the Shrewsbury Ring Road (A5) provides access to major road links including Manchester and the M56 as well as Birmingham and the M6, ideal for those looking to commute.

DIRECTIONS:
From Shrewsbury take the B4386 west (signposted Montgomery) and continue over the A5 roundabout. Continue for approximately 2.5 miles and the property is on your right (a Roger Parry & Partners pointer arrow sign will be visible).

AGENTS NOTE
This property is owned by a relative of a Roger Parry & Partners staff member.

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