- Attractive Country Cottage
- Large Rear Garden
- Well Maintained Throughout
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Conservatory at Rear
- Sought After Location
- Central Heating
- Viewing Essential
From our Willow Street office proceed out of town turning right onto Castle Street, then onto Beatrice Street, and onto Gobowen Road. Turn right at the junction and follow the road around back into town. Proceed along Salop Road until reaching the junction with Maesbury Road. Turn right and continue along until reaching the junction with the A483 bypass. Turn right then immediately left towards Maesbury. Continue into the Village of Maesbury passing The Navigation Inn and over the canal bridge and the property will be in the left hand side identified by our For sale board.
With door and window to the front and quarry tiled flooring.
Lounge 3.81 x 3.28
With a window to the front, radiator, ceiling beam, three wall lights, TV point and multi fuel stove with stone hearth and wooden mantle.
Kitchen/ Dining Room 5.54 x 3.96
A good sized room with tiled flooring, brick inglenook with a cooker point (please note that the Rayburn on the photos has now been removed), wall lights, part tiled walls in the kitchen area, base and wall units with space for under counter fridge, single stainless steel sink and mixer tap. There is a doorway that leads to the utility room and another to the conservatory. There are stairs that leads to the first floor.
Utility Room 1.92 x 1.89
With plumbing and electric for appliances, tiled flooring, radiator and door leading to the downstairs WC.
With WC, wash hand basin and window to the rear.
Conservatory 3.12 x 3.73
An Edwardian conservatory with tiled flooring, doors leading onto the rear garden and a ceiling fan light.
Loft access and doors to the bedrooms and family bathroom.
Bedroom One 4.30 x 2.68
Having two windows looking onto the rear garden, integrated wardrobes and radiator.
Bedroom Two 3.04 x 2.68
With a window to the front and radiator.
The family bathroom comprises a three piece suite in white with seperate shower cubicle with Triton Shower inset, part tiled walls and tiled flooring, heated towel rail and airing cupboard with immersion tank.
The front has a gravelled area and gravelled path that leads to the rear garden. To the side there is a recently installed external Worcester oil fired boiler.
The rear garden is a real feature of the property and is a considerable size, extending to 150 feet. There is a decorative patio leading from the conservatory with extensive lawned and shrubbed gardens beyond, all enclosed by hedging to allow privacy. There is a potential area at the end to keep chickens or have vegetable plots.
The agents have not tested the appliances listed in the particulars.
We understand the property is freehold, although purchasers must make their own enquiries via their solicitor.
To make an offer
TO MAKE AN OFFER - MAKE AN APPOINTMENT.
If you are interested in buying this property, you have to view the property. The appointment is part of our guarantee to the seller and should be made before contacting a Building Society, Bank or Solicitor. Any delay may result in the property being sold to someone else, and survey and legal fees being unnecessarily incurred. Once you have viewed the property and decided to make an offer please contact the office and one of the team will assist you further.
STRICTLY BY PRIOR APPOINTMENT WITH TOWN AND COUNTRY ON 01691 679631
Monday - Friday - 9.00 - 5.30
Saturday - 9.00 - 4.00
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