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.
The property is an individual apartment within this historic building, which was converted from the original Maws Craft Works in the early 1990’s. The apartment boasts many character features including sash windows and 11ft high ceilings and would make an ideal holiday let.
Comprises an entrance hallway which has a useful cloaks cupboard, airing cupboard and access leading to the large open plan lounge/diner, double bedroom, kitchen and bathroom/wc. The lounge/diner is over 21ft long with 11ft high ceiling with large central atrium window creating a lovely light and airy room, it boasts an original ‘Maws’ tiled and mosaic floor depicting the year 1883 in the centre with different designs of tiles around the outside – originally this was ‘Maw & co’ showroom, there is a staircase ascending to a mezzanine level. The kitchen has recently been refitted comprising a range of base and wall units, integrated oven and hob, space for two additional appliances and windows with outlook towards the courtyard area. The attic room could be used for additional storage and has the atrium window from the lounge.
The double bedroom has fitted wardrobes and bow window also with outlook towards the courtyard. The bathroom/wc has a modern white suite comprising the usual facilities with the benefit of having a shower over the bath.
There is a residents parking area with allocated parking.
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 after about ¼ of a mile turn left by the Maws Craft Centre – proceed down the slope to the car park and pedestrian access to Yorke House is through the large wrought iron gates with the entrance door with security intercom system on the left hand side.
Tenure – we are advised the property is Leasehold – a new lease of 162 years expiring in 2180 has recently been put in place. There is a service charge payable (currently £1578.83 per annum).
Services – we are advised mains electricity, water and drainage 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).A property information questionnaire is available at any time upon req... Read more