Hampton Beech, Worthen, Shrewsbury

  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
£425,000 OIRO
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Property Features

  • Bespoke oak framed detached house
  • Three bedrooms
  • Two bathrooms
  • Three tiered garden with spectacular views
  • Access to a brook
  • Open-plan living
  • Garage
  • Parking for two cars with an electrical parking point
  • Close to villages with local amenities
  • 14 miles from Shrewsbury

Property Summary

A stunning hand-made, bespoke, oak structure made by the renowned UK company Oakwrights in 2007 set in magnificent surroundings including a three tier terraced garden with impressive views and a access to a nearby brook. The property offers open plan living with a bright and airy feel thanks to a number of floor to ceiling windows. There are local amenities nearby in the villages of Worthen and Brockton with further amenities available in nearby Shrewsbury, 14 miles from the property.

Full Details

THE ACCOMODATION The ground floor briefly comprises of an open plan Fired Earth kitchen dining area with attached utility room and sitting room, with a feature log burner. A large double bedroom sits to the rear of the property with a large ensuite wet room. On the first floor, a second, larger sitting/media room gives access to a well-proportioned double bedroom with a newly installed ensuite shower room as well as a single bedroom which could also be used as a home office. The property operates solely on electricity utilising modern WiFi electric panel heaters and a wifi-controlled hot water cylinder.

OPEN PLAN KITCHEN/DINING AREA 17' 3" x 12' 4" (5.26m x 3.76m) The part oak part glazed front doors open into a beautiful open plan kitchen/dining area with solid oak flooring and exposed oak beams. The freestanding Fired Earth and shaker style units provide a country cottage feel while the large oak worktops, integrated Belfast sink and large free-standing pantry provide plenty of storage and space to accommodate open plan living. The kitchen is equipped with an electric range cooker with ceramic hob, double oven and grill and the dining area comfortably houses a large dining table and seating. Access to the utility room, living area and first floor bedroom.

UTILITY ROOM Houses the hot water tank, dishwasher and washing machine with room for additional wall shelving and storage if required. A stable door gives access to the rear of the property.

BEDROOM ONE 13' 6" x 11' 5" (4.11m x 3.48m) Ground level double bedroom, continued solid oak flooring and exposed oak beams, dual aspect windows with pleasant views, room for free standing storage.

ENSUITE ONE Wet room style shower room with rainfall attachment, a single built-in hand basin, low flush WC, underfloor heating, extractor fan.

DOWNSTAIRS LIVING ROOM 17' 3" x 12' 6" (5.26m x 3.81m) The solid oak wood flooring continues in the downstairs living space which also compromises vaulted ceilings with exposed beams and trusses, floor to ceiling picture windows and French doors leading to a suntrap decking area. A feature log burner with stainless steel wall guard and exposed flue provides an idyllic setting for cosy nights in and home entertaining. Oak staircase to first floor.

UPSTAIRS LIVING AREA 12' 4" x 11' 7" (3.76m x 3.53m) Solid oak flooring and exposed beams, wrap around windows and a galleried landing over the ground floor living area. Generous wall space allows for a large, mounted TV and other media appliances, in addition to a remote-controlled electric blind, makes for a perfect media room and relaxation space. Access to bedrooms two and three.

BEDROOM TWO 17' 4" x 13' 8" (5.28m x 4.17m) A well-proportioned double bedroom, solid oak flooring and vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, Juliette balcony with attractive views, space for free standing storage and/or a built-in wardrobe.

ENSUITE TWO Newly installed bathroom with walk in shower cubicle, hand basin, low flush WC, underfloor heating, extractor fan, skylight.

BEDROOM THREE 12' 4" x 5' 6" (3.76m x 1.68m) Single bedroom or study with solid oak flooring and stunning rear aspect window.

OUTSIDE Comprising of three distinct garden tiers there is plenty of outside space to be enjoyed whether entertaining or just looking to soak up the sun. Adjoining the side of the property the first tier boasts a large, decked area split into two levels with pleasant views whilst maintaining privacy. Stairs lead to a newly renovated second tier area, with further space for seating or dining, with the more elevated position benefitting from further impressive views of the surrounding area. This space could also lend itself to a small sun house, shed or home office. Natural steps, with a rope handrail, lead to a third tier, a natural seating area set in woodland, a perfect place to enjoy the diverse local wildlife. The property benefits from two parking spaces (with a fitted electrical charging point) as well as an additional area, alongside the babbling brook, perfect for adapting into an additional seating area. Beneath the property a roadside garage is an ideal storage space/workshop. Idyllic woodland walks are accessible immediately adjacent to the property with the trees and brook visible from the house and gardens.

Mains electricity
Mains water
Bio-Disc drainage system
Double glazing throughout
Council tax band: C

LOCATION Whilst rurally located, the property is just a short distance from the village of Worthen with a local shop and the nearby Lowfield Inn, a popular drinking and eating establishment. Further amenities are available in the Market Town of Shrewsbury, 15 miles via the Montgomery Road, where further access links include the A5 and M54 for routes towards major transport links. The area is noted for its attractive countryside, as well as being just over an hour to Snowdonia national park.

EXTRAS The present owners have paid particular attention to maximising the outdoor space of this property including the installation of new decking and complete replacement of the steps. Tier two has benefitted from significant restoration and a redevelopment of land to attain access to tier-three, keeping a wildlife-friendly but easily maintainable space. In addition, the property has benefitted from a new ensuite bathroom, installation of an electric car charging point and several modernising features.

A selection of the perfectly fitting larger furniture items in the property could be available as part of the listing by separate request or negotiation. A list is available on request.

DIRECTIONS From Shrewsbury take the B4386 (Montgomery Road) South-West continuing for approximately 15 miles until you reach the small hamlet of Brockton. Take a right, before the bridge, onto the Hampton Road continuing for approximately one mile until you come to a fork in the road. Take the right hand lane and the property is on your right.

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