Sutton Maddock is a small rural community located on the A442 Telford to Bridgnorth Road, some 4 miles south west of the market town of Shifnal and some 5 miles south east of Telford town centre with its excellent range of shopping and recreational facilities. The historic township of Ironbridge where the world’s first cast iron bridge was constructed over the River Severn in 1779 and which is now a World Heritage Site and premier tourist area is some 4 miles to the west. There are mainline railway stations at Telford and Shifnal with services to Wolverhampton, Birmingham and London as well as Shrewsbury and the North West; junction 4 of the M54 is some 4 miles to the north providing access to the M6 and Birmingham and Manchester International Airports.
Is a beautiful period Grade II listed semi-detached cottage offering generous proportioned accommodation incorporating many character features including ledged and braced timber doors, exposed beams, stone walls, exposed floorboards and inglenook fireplaces. The property is approached by either the front or side with the front approach having a beautiful timber and glazed panel door leading to the hall/snug which has wood flooring, a wealth of exposed beams and exposed stone walls and built-in cupboard space providing storage. The flooring continues through to the living room where there is a staircase ascending to the first floor, a wealth of exposed beams, built-in store cupboard and a beautiful inglenook stone fireplace with inset wood burner and tiled hearth. An opening leads to the large open plan dining kitchen which has a range of dark solid wood base and wall units, inset Belfast style sink, inglenook housing ‘Aga’ Rayburn, tiled flooring, window with outlook towards the front and glazed panel doors leading to the rear.
On the first floor there is a large open landing area which could provide a study/reading area with exposed beams and stone walls, timber floorboards, access to three double bedrooms and family bathroom/wc. The master suite also has a wealth of exposed beams, exposed floorboards and fitted wardrobe. One of the guest bedrooms has an enlarged loft hatch access point with pull down ladder leading to boarded attic with velux window, built-in wardrobe and windows to two elevations. The third bedroom also has windows to two elevations with one having a lovely outlook towards the rear garden. The family bathroom has a period style suite comprising rolled top bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low level wc, exposed beams, half panelled walls and skylight window.
The front garden is predominantly screened by hedging and has a number of inset flowers and shrubs, timber garage and wood store, gravelled off road parking to the side and timber gate leading to the rear. The rear garden is enclosed predominantly by trees and shrubs and incorporates a gravelled area and gardeners’ wc with wc and wash hand basin, well laid lawn area offering a private outlook towards the rear, outside brick and tile store/shed with adjacent patio area.
How to get there – from Telford take the A442 towards Bri...Read more