Ironbridge is a renowned and historic area nestling in The Severn Gorge which forms one of the most striking and distinctive landscapes in England, with a charming town centre adjoining the River Severn and the slopes of The Gorge combining a delightful mix of imposing, detached period residences mingling with charming cottages up the hillside. This remarkable area was at the heart of the Industrial Revolution and became world famous in 1779 when the world’s first iron bridge was constructed over the River Severn and from which the town derives its name. It is steeped in the industrial heritage of the area with local museums forming part of the World Heritage Site and is now recognised as a premier tourist area.
The property is within close proximity of the world famous Iron Bridge itself.
Is currently used as a holiday let by the current vendors. The generous proportioned accommodation comprises an entrance porch with further door leading to the living room which has a door leading to the kitchen/diner, staircase ascending to the first floor, period style tiled flooring and inset wood burner. The open plan kitchen/diner has exposed ceiling beams, ledged and braced timber door leading to the rear garden and a traditional style kitchen comprising a range of base units, integrated oven and hob, inset belfast syle sink and space for slim-line dishwasher.
On the first floor there is a small landing area giving access to two good size bedrooms and bathroom/wc. One of the bedrooms has exposed timber floorboards and enjoys splendid views over the garden and towards the Iron Bridge. The bathroom/wc has exposed timber floorboards and a traditional white suite comprising panelled bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush wc.
The garden is situated to the front of the property having a laid lawn, paved footpath and patio area ideal for seating to enjoy views towards the river and Ironbridge town beyond. To the rear there is a courtyard with outhouse incorporating store and utility.
- from Ironbridge proceed down Waterloo Street (B4373 towards Broseley) and turn right over the free bridge and bear right again; at the hairpin bend fork right along Ladywood following the signs for the Ironbridge car park; turn into the car park and drive towards the coach park; steps lead down to the property - pedestrian access from the Iron Bridge itself is along the river bank.
Tenure – we are advised the property is Freehold.
Services – we are advised mains electricity, gas and water services are connected. Septic tank drainage.A property information questionnaire is available at any time upon request. Read more