The historic town of Ironbridge, which is a World Heritage Site, is some 3 miles to the south of Horsehay and Horsehay Golf Course is about 1 mile away.
Is a beautiful mid 19th century detached home incorporating many character features throughout. The accommodation comprises an entrance porch with stable door and further glazed panel door leading to the dining room which has a wealth of exposed beams, open fireplace, access to kitchen, utility room and snug. The kitchen has tiled flooring, a range of base and wall units, high gloss work surfaces with integrated ‘Neff’ oven and five ring gas hob with extractor hood over and additional external door leading to the front. The utility room also has a wealth of exposed beams, base unit with inset sink, space for washing machine, space for tumble dryer and fridge freezer, access to shower room/wc and stable door leading to the side. The snug has a staircase ascending to the first floor, access to living room and door to stairs descending to the cellar with window. The shower room/wc has a modern suite comprising shower cubicle, vanity wash hand basin and low level wc. The living room has a beautiful contemporary wood burner with hearth and double opening glazed panel doors leading to the brick/hardwood double glazed conservatory which has two sets of patio doors – one set leading to the outside patio whilst the other set leads to the side.
On the first floor there is a landing with loft hatch access point, access to three double bedrooms and bathroom/wc – all with ledged and braced doors. The master bedroom enjoys lovely views towards the garden and has a period style feature fireplace and picture rail. The guest bedroom has exposed beams and a loft hatch access point. The third bedroom has elevated roof top views and a large overhead storage cupboard. The bathroom/wc has a modern suite comprising vanity wash hand basin with built-in cupboards, wc and P shaped bath with shower over, airing cupboard housing the property’s hot water cylinder, heated ladder towel rail, part tiled walls and tiled flooring.
The property is approached via four bar timber double opening gates leading to a large gravelled driveway providing off road parking for a number of vehicles with surrounding lawn areas with shrub borders, paved footpath leading to the front porch, pedestrian timber gate providing access to the road and further gate leading to patio area (adjacent to conservatory). Gated access leads to the rear garden where there is a paved area leading around the property, brick lean-to out house, wooden summer house with double doors and a storage shed. A further garden area which is a splendid feature is accessed via a walled arch and steps leading to a woodland garden area totalling the property’s plot to 0.37 of an acre and creating a fantastic play area.
How to get there – from Telford town centre proceed on the A442 southbound towards Bridgnorth; proceed along the dual carriageway to the Castlefields roundabout and take the second exit towards Coalbrookdale. Proceed down the road and take the next right tow...