- No Onward Chain
- Garden with Open Countryside Views
- Garage and Driveway with Parking for Several Vehicles
- Garden Home Office
- Popular Village Location
- Open Plan Lounge/Kitchen with Wood Burner
- Dining Room
- 3 Double Bedrooms
- Ground Floor Shower Room
Formerly the Crown and Anchor in the 1820's , Wollemi is now a three bedroom property bursting with character features and is situated close to Cheswardine village. Translated, Wollemi means 'look around you and keep your eyes open' which you would certainly wish to do to when looking at the Shropshire countryside views to either side of the garden. This cottage benefits from well proportioned accommodation to both floors. Wollemi has two reception rooms and a ground floor shower room which also provides 'future proof' accommodation. This property can be heated either by wood burner with back boiler or air source heat pump. The air source heat pump can be used as air conditioning in the Summer.
Cheswardine village is positioned between Newport and Market Drayton which provide a range of independent shops and supermarkets including Waitrose and Aldi. Cheswardine community life centres around two gastro pubs, the community shop and the village hall which hosts a range of activities for all ages including a play group and yoga. Cheswardine Primary School is within walking distance. Pupils from the school then link through to The Grove Secondary School in Market Drayton.
The main entrance to Wollemi is via a gated pathway leading to an oak framed porch with a cottage garden to the front. To the side of the cottage is a gated gravel driveway providing parking for several vehicles. The adjacent garden is mainly laid to lawn with established borders and raised beds of shrubs and perennial plants. The paved patio is an ideal outdoor entertaining area with a brick barbeque, built in log burner and pizza oven. Steps lead to a raised terrace which currently houses a wood fired hot tub (under separate negotiation). A sturdy garden office is insulated and has light, power, UPVC windows and a high security steel door. This could also be used as a studio/hobby room or as additional outdoor storage. The garage has light and power and is currently used for storage. Next to the garage is a large log store.
The entrance hall provides access to the dining room and open plan lounge/kitchen both with a front garden aspect. The dining room has a brick fireplace with an open fire to the centre of the room. The open plan lounge/kitchen has an inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove, timbers to the ceiling and areas of exposed sandstone wall. The kitchen with a range of wall and base units with wood work surfaces over with composite sink and draining board. Appliances include a Range cooker (under separate negotiation) with extractor over and wine fridge. There is standing space and plumbing for a fridge freezer, dishwasher. A rear hall way has access to the shower room, built in cupboard with plumbing and standing for a washing machine. A separate door provides access to the rear garden. and access to the rear garden. The shower room has a double shower cubicle with electric shower, pedestal wash hand basin, W.C and heated towel radiator.
Stairs rise from the lounge to the first floor landing. All three bedrooms are large double rooms having fields views across open countryside towards The Wrekin. Bedroom 3 has loft access via a staircase.
Council Tax Band: D
EPC Rating: D
Services: Air Source Heat Pump, Wood Burning Stove, Septic Tank, Electric, Mains Water. Air conditioning.
The house can be heated either by wood burner with back boiler or air source heat pump. The air source heat pump can be used as air conditioning in the Summer.