£220,000 2 Bedroom House Ref: EAXML984_7367356
ENJOYING A STUNNING VIEW TOWARDS WOODLAND AND THE RIVER: A beautiful period end terraced house with many character features and parking.
Living Room, Dining Room, Cellar, Kitchen, 2 Bedrooms, Shower Room/WC, Driveway (for 2 cars), Front Garden, Energy Rating: D.
Jackfield is a small, long established village style community pleasantly situated in the Severn Gorge on the southern bank of the River Severn. It is an area steeped in the history of the Industrial Revolution and is located a little over one mile east of the renowned and historic township of Ironbridge which is now a World Heritage Site. It is some six miles south of 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.
Salthouse Road is a small road of similar style period properties situated close to the Maws Craft Centre.
Has many character features including wood burning stove, sash windows and wood flooring and enjoys spectacular views to the front towards the River Severn and woodland beyond. The accommodation comprises a front living room with wood burner, sash window enjoying views towards the front and door leading to the dining room. The dining room also has a wood burner incorporated within a fireplace, door leading to staircase ascending to the first floor and further door leading to staircase descending to the cellar and tiled flooring which continues through an opening to the kitchen. The kitchen has a range of base and wall units, sky light creating a lovely light and airy feel and stained glass panelled door leading to a rear passageway which provides good access to the Maws Craft Centre car park.
On the first floor there is a small landing area with access to two bedrooms and shower room/wc. The master bedroom has a useful over stairs cupboard, sash window enjoying views towards the front garden, River Severn and woodland beyond. The second bedroom has a window with outlook towards the rear, large loft hatch access point with pull down ladder giving access to the attic which has the benefit of lighting and houses the property’s combi boiler. The shower room/wc has been beautifully refitted and comprises shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and low level wc.
The garden is situated at the front and is split in to three tiered areas incorporating a lower patio area, raised beds area and steps leading to a balcony which enjoys splendid views towards the front. There is a driveway adjacent to the lane providing off road parking for two cars and an outhouse incorporated under the balcony.
How to get there – from Ironbridge take the B4373 road towards Broseley; proceed over the Free Bridge by the Robin Hood Inn and then turn left following the signs for the Tile Museum; proceed past the Tile Museum and also past the first entrance to the Maws Craft Centre. Before reaching the craft centre complex turn sharp left at The Half Moon Public House and continue for about 200 yards to the front of the property. Alternatively, park in the Maws Craft Centre car park and take the footpath to the right when leaving the car park, the rear of the property is about 30 yards on the right. For viewings please use the Craft Centre car park.
Tenure – we are advised the property is Freehold.
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