Frankwell Quay, Shrewsbury
- No upward chain
- Three bedroom town house
- Two reception rooms
- Mains gas central heating
- Central location to the town of Shrewsbury
- Walking distance to local amenities
- Close to local transport links
THE PROPERTY Welsh Bridge House is a period Grade II listed timber framed historic building and was initially a wool warehouse before being transformed into a hotel. The building was recently renovated by a National Lottery grant as it was the headquarters of the Shropshire Wild Life Trust. The residence 'Welsh Bridge House' is set on three floors and has an extensive ground floor double garage, (formerly a garage for garden machinery), laundry room, sauna room and workshop.
The first floor comprises large open plan kitchen/dining room with living area, hall and bathroom. The second floor comprises drawing room, master bedroom with office, en-suite bathroom, two further bedrooms with shower room.
Council tax band C
LOCATION The property is located centrally to the historic market town of Shrewsbury in the popular area of Frankwell Quay. The area benefits from a fantastic selection of boutique shops, bars and restaurants whilst being just a stones throw from the town centre. Local transport links and bus services allow access to surrounding towns and villages whilst the local train station (0.5 miles) provides links towards Crewe, Birmingham and London.
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