SITUATED AT THE END OF A CUL-DE-SAC: A five bedroom detached family home with detached outbuilding (former double garage).
Entrance Porch, Through Hallway, Cloakroom/WC, 24ft Long Living Room, Conservatory, Dining Room, Sitting Room, Breakfast Kitchen, Utility Room, 5 Bedrooms, En-Suite Shower Room, Family Bathroom, Front & Rear Gardens, Double Width Driveway, Detached Outbuilding (former double garage), Energy Rating D.
Broseley is an attractive small early industrial town set in pleasant rural surroundings with a bustling High Street and town centre, which provide very adequate everyday needs including a post office, bank, library, doctor’s surgery, primary schools and local shops. It has many historical connections with the Industrial Revolution in the 18th and 19th centuries, which has resulted in an interesting mix of architectural styles. It was also world famous for the production of smoker’s clay pipes with the Pipe Museum tracing the history of the industry. It is some two miles from the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge where the world’s first iron bridge was constructed in 1779 and Telford town centre, with its excellent range of amenities is some seven miles to the north.
Offers flexible accommodation with a potential annexe at one side of the property. The main property accommodation comprises a porch leading to the through entrance hall which has a staircase ascending to the first floor landing and gives access to the downstairs cloakroom/wc, breakfast kitchen, living room and dining room. The 24ft long living room has a living flame effect gas fire with traditional style surround and patio doors leading to the rear conservatory. The breakfast kitchen has a range of base and wall units and display cabinets, space for cooker with extractor hood over and glazed panel door leading to the utility room which has a range of matching base and wall units, space and provision for two appliances, inset stainless steel sink and a Pvcu door leading out to the rear garden. The dining room has an opening leading to the sitting room which could be part of a potential annexe which has a gas fire with feature surround and further staircase leading to a bedroom. The bedroom has built-in cupboard and outlook to both the front and rear.
On the first floor there is a landing with airing cupboard, loft hatch access point and access to four bedrooms and family bathroom/wc. The four bedrooms have fitted wardrobes with the master bedroom having the benefit of an en-suite shower room comprising shower cubicle and pedestal wash hand basin. The family bathroom/wc has a white suite comprising panelled bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and low level wc.
To the front of the property there is a driveway providing side by side off road parking giving access to the detached outbuilding (former double garage) which could be put to a number of uses i.e. storage/workshop etc. There are two small lawn areas with shrub borders and a block paved footpath leading to the front door. The rear garden is not directly overlooked and has pedestrian access leading to the front and a block paved patio area with steps leading to a lawn area with a number of shrub and tree borders
How to get there – from Ironbridge proceed along Waterloo Street towards Broseley; after passing over the Free Bridge follow the road around to the right and then left around the hairpin bend (B4373) and proceed along Ironbridge Road; just after the petrol station turn left into Coalport Road then first right into Guest Road – continue to the very top and turn right into Whitmore Close – the property is on the left indicated by a Nick Tart for sale board.
Tenure – we are advised the property is Free
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