Dawley is an established locality with a varying mix of property styles and is situated in central Telford.Dawley has its own district centre which has been redeveloped (Aug 2010) and is a little less than two miles to the southwest of the Telford town centre with its wide range of recreational and shopping facilities, including the New Southwater development, the M54 motorway and the town’s central railway station.
The property is situated amongst a mix of mainly older property types within close proximity of Dawley centre.
The accommodation is approached via a timber door which leads to the dining room which has a wealth of exposed beams, staircase ascending to the first floor and useful under stairs store cupboard.A further timber door leads to the kitchen area which has an opening leading to the living area, timber door leading to the utility room and further door leading to the study. The refitted kitchen has tiled flooring, a range of base and wall units, ceramic sink, built-in five ring gas hob, built-in oven, grill, microwave and dishwasher. The utility room also has a tiled flooring and a further range of base and wall units, space for washing machine, wall mounted Worcester central heating boiler, timber door leading to downstairs wc and glazed timber door to the side. The living area is a particular feature to the property having glazed panel doors leading to the rear patio area providing lovely views.
On the first floor there is a landing with loft hatch access point, built-in linen store cupboard, access to three bedrooms and family bathroom. The master bedroom has windows to two elevations and a built-in cupboard. The family bathroom/wc has a white suite comprising of panelled bath with shower over, vanity wash hand basin and low level wc, part tiled walls and a chrome effect heated ladder towel rail.
The front of the property there is a brick wall boundary. To the side of the property there is a timber gate leading to a hard standing area and detached pre-fabricated garage which is larger than average and has a rear store. A particular feature is the long rear garden which has several areas incorporating a seating area, laid lawn, central decked seating area and further grassed area with a number of inset shrubs and trees and flower borders with compost area beyond and gravelled area with garden shed and two greenhouses.
How to get there - from the Heath Hill roundabout proceed onto Springhhill Road (B4373) and turn left into Station Road then bear right into Doseley Road; at the following junction turn left into Quarry Place (adjacent to the football ground on the right hand side) and then take the second left into Chapel Street 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 C (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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