CHARACTER COTTAGE LOOKING OUT TO OPEN FIELDS:
Lounge, Dining Area, Kitchen, Two Bedrooms, Bathroom/WC, Rear Garden, On Street Parking, No Upward Chain, 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.
Is a beautiful example of a period cottage which enjoys splendid views over fields towards the front. The accommodation comprises a living room which has an outlook towards the front and step up leading to the dining area where there is a useful under stairs storage area and laminate flooring. An opening leads to the kitchen area which has a range of base and wall units, space for cooker, staircase ascending to the first floor, outlook towards the rear and timber stable door leading to the rear garden.
On the first floor there is a landing area with loft hatch access point, airing cupboard housing the property’s hot water cylinder, access to two bedrooms and bathroom/wc. The bathroom/wc has a white suite comprising the usual facilities with the benefit of having a shower over the bath.
To the front of the property there is a small fore garden area. The rear garden has steps leading to a footpath with shrub borders either side and wooded outlook towards the rear.
How to get there – from Ironbridge take the B4373 road towards Broseley; proceed over the Free Bridge and turn right and then bear right at the hairpin bend along Ladywood and continue up Bridge Road; at the junction turn left onto Benthall Lane and then left into Speeds Lane where the property is on the right hand side indicated by a Nick Tart for sale board.
Tenure – we are advised the property is Freehold.
Services – we are advised all mains services are connected.
Council Tax – Band A (Buyers should be aware that improvements carried out by the seller may affect the property’s council tax banding following a sale).
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