Hopton, Nesscliffe, Shrewsbury
- No Upward Chain
- Detached Brick And Sandstone House
- Set In 0.87 Acres (with 4.38 acres available by separate negotiation)
- Five Double Bedrooms
- Three bathrooms including two en-suites
- Large Kitchen Diner
- 33ft Living Room With Log Burner
- Gated Off-Road Parking
- Walking Distance To Local Amenities
St. Chads Farm is an impressive detached, brick and sandstone house, set in 0.87 acres, that has been extended and modernised to make an attractive and spacious family home, whilst retaining many of its original features. The property has been finished to an exacting standard, with improvements including recently laid carpets and a newly installed shaker-style kitchen. There is oil-fired central heating as well as wood-framed double glazing throughout.
Accommodation briefly comprises an entrance hallway, cloakroom, sitting room, study, living room, kitchen/diner, five double bedrooms, two ensuite bathrooms, and a family bathroom.
The nearby village of Nesscliffe is just a short walk from the property and has a number of amenities including a local primary school, a village shop, a public house, and the renowned Nesscliffe Hill Country Park. There is a regular local bus service as well as quick access to the A5 for routes towards Shrewsbury, Birmingham, and Manchester.
Timber frame storm porch with a tiled roof and stone slab base leading to:
Full height ceiling, tile flooring, oak front door, two front aspects windows, access to cloakroom, and stairs to first floor with space underneath.
STUDY 4.75 x 3.23
Carpet flooring, side and front aspect windows, and a cast iron radiator.
SITTING ROOM 4.72 x 4.6
glazed oak framed double doors from the entrance hall, carpet flooring, front aspect window, Brick built fireplace with oak mantle, slate hearth, and an inset Woodwarm log burner.
KITCHEN/DINER 4.01 x 9.32
Tile flooring, two side aspect windows in the dining area with a further side aspect window in the kitchen area, and a stable-style door to the rear porch and utility area. Recently fitted shaker-style kitchen with wall and base units, and a central island unit, topped solid wood worktops including a sunken Belfast sink and brushed steel mixer tap. Integral Lamona appliances including a five-ring ceramic hob, double electric oven, dishwasher, and a side-by-side tall fridge and freezer. Original character features include exposed beams, and an impressive galleried landing, on the first floor. One large cast iron radiator.
LIVING ROOM 4.47 x 10.13
Oak flooring, two rear aspect windows and a side aspect window, oversized rear door to outside seating area, fireplace with oak mantle, stone hearth, and inset log burner, and two cast iron radiators.
Timber frame side storm porch with tiled roof providing access to:
EXTERNAL LAUNDRY ROOM 3.84 x 1.45
Linoleum flooring, skylight, built-in worktop with space and plumbing for a washing machine and separate dryer, hot water cylinder, contained w.c. with rear window.
Carpet flooring, with gallery over kitchen, two skylights, exposed timbers and brickwork.
BEDROOM ONE 3.53 x 4.5
Double bedroom, carpet flooring, front and rear aspect windows, and one radiator.
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM 1.6 x 2.87
Fully tiled floor and walls, rear aspect window, large fitted shower cubicle with mains shower attachment, storage unit with an integrated wc and hand wash basin, tall stainless-steel heated towel rail, and an extractor fan.
BEDROOM TWO 3.71 x 4.6
Double bedroom, carpet flooring, front aspect window, one radiator.
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM TWO 0.84 x 2.87
Fully tiled floor and walls, fitted shower cubicle with mains shower attachment, wall-mounted hand wash basin, extractor fan.
BEDROOM THREE 4.19 x 4.22
Double bedroom, carpet flooring, two side aspect windows, loft access, and one radiator.
BEDROOM FOUR 4.47 x 3.28
Double bedroom, carpet flooring, rear aspect window, and one radiator.
BEDROOM FIVE 4.75 x 3.25
Double bedroom, carpet flooring, front and side aspect windows, and one radiator.
BATHROOM 1.7 x 2.95
Tiled floor and fully tiled walls, oversized fitted bath, corner shower unit with mains shower attachment, pedestal sink, w.c., stainless-steel heated towel rail, and an extractor fan.
The grounds are entered through a gated driveway, leading onto a wrap-around parking area with room for a large number of cars and larger vehicles. Large West and North-facing gardens offer privacy and countryside views of the neighbouring field. A small contained paddock to the rear of the plot has been used previously as a growing area, and includes a greenhouse and two sheds, but could also be used for small livestock. Brick footings, for a garden room, exist to the rear of the property which are currently used as a walled seating area. A brick and sandstone outbuilding is ideal for storage and has recently had the roof replaced.
Oil-fired central heating
Private drainage - septic tank
Tenure - Freehold
Council tax band - G
Nescliffe is a conveniently located village 8.3 miles North-West of Shrewsbury. The area is renowned for its country park with miles of footpaths and bridleways, along with some incredible views from the top of Nescliffe hill. The local village has a primary school, shop and public house all within walking distance of the property. Local bus services provide links to Shrewsbury and Oswestry, while the nearby A5 provides links towards Shrewsbury, Oswestry, Manchester and Birmingham.
From Shrewsbury take the A5 north towards Oswestry. At the Nesscliffe roundabout take the third exit, signposted for Nescliffe, and continue until you reach the village of Nescliffe. Take the right-hand fork in the road, opposite the Three Pigeons public house, and continue on this road for approximately 0.5 of a mile and the property is on your left, marked by the Roger Parry & Partners 'For Sale' sign.
There is a further 4.38 acres available by separate negotiation (as indicated on the map).
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