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- Brimming with character
- Period semi-detached home
- Three bedrooms
- Three reception rooms
- Driveway parking & garage
A BEAUTIFUL PERIOD SEMI-DETACHED HOME: Situated in a village style location with many character features throughout as well as large gardens, garage and summer house with accommodation comprising of
Entrance hallway, living room, dining room, breakfast/kitchen, snug, cellar, utility room, galleried landing, three first floor bedrooms, family bathroom, second floor attic bedroom, shower room/WC, graveled gated driveway to the rear, detached garage/workshop, summer house, large gardens, front driveway, EPC Rating: Pending.
Ketley Bank is a long established former village style residential locality occupying a convenient position in central Telford. Approximately 1 mile North West of the Telford town centre with its wide range of recreational and shopping facilities. There is also good transportation links on to the M54 motorway in addition to the railway station at the Telford town centre and Oakengates situated nearby.
Is a credit to the current owners and has many period features including high ceilings, period style fireplaces, period flooring including exposed floorboards and tiled flooring and has accommodation comprising of an entrance hallway with a staircase ascending up to the first floor, period Minton style tiled flooring and access leading off to the living room and dining room. The living room has a bay window enjoying spectacular views out towards the garden and views out towards the North Shropshire plain. Whilst the dining room has an exposed wooden floor with a period style fireplace and opens through to the breakfast/kitchen, which has a range of base and wall units with an inset ceramic sink, space for a range style cooker and has French doors from the breakfast area opening outside to the rear garden. The tiled flooring continues through to a snug. The snug having an inset wood-burning stove with a tiled hearth and brick surround with access down to the cellar whilst the utility room has tiled floor and comprises of base units with space and provision for two appliances, inset sink and a wall-mounted central heating boiler.
On the first floor there is a beautiful galleried landing with a staircase ascending up to the second floor and access leading off to three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The family bathroom has the benefit of a double shower cubicle, a period roll top bath with clawed feet, part panelled walls in addition to a pedestal wash-hand basin and low-flush WC. The three first floor bedrooms have a lovely light and airy feel, two of the bedrooms having beautiful views out towards the rear and the Shropshire plain.
On the second floor there is a landing area with access leading off to a shower room and a fourth bedroom. The shower room having a white coloured suite comprising of a shower cubicle, vanity basin and low-flush WC. Whilst the bedroom has an Eaves storage area and Velux windows.
As you approach the property there is a driveway providing off-road parking with a pedestrian gate to the side where there is a decorative, gravelled side passageway with a circular paved patio and access through the French doors into the kitchen. The side leads out to the main rear garden which has a number of different areas and enjoys splendid views out towards the North Shropshire plain. The upper garden is mostly gravelled and has access off to a paved seating area, timber summer house with adjacent decked seating area and steps down to a large laid lawn with an abundance of flower and shrub borders and steps leading to the lower garden. The lower garden is graveled with double gates opening out to the side and giving access through to a timber built garage/workshop. There is also a right of way access for the neighbouring property "Richmond" through the garden.
Services: We are advised all mains services are connected.
Tenure: We are advised the property is freehold.
Council tax band: D
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We take every care in preparing our sales details. They are carefully checked, however we do not guarantee appliances, alarms, electrical fittings, plumbing, showers, etc. Photographs are a guide and do not represent items included in the sale. Room sizes are approximate. Do not use them to buy carpets or furniture. Floor plans are for guidance only and not to scale. We cannot verify the tenure as we do not have access to the legal title. We cannot guarantee boundaries, rights of way or compliance with local authority planning or building regulation control. You must take advice of your legal representative. Reference to adjoining land uses, i.e. farmland, open fields, etc does not guarantee the continued use in the future. You must make local enquiries and searches. We currently work with a number of recommended conveyancing partners including Move With Us Ltd, The Conveyancing Partnership Ltd and Move Reports UK Ltd and we currently receive a referral fee of £200 for each transaction.