Occupying a prime position at the head of quiet cul-de-sac on the fringe of a popular and established conservation area, this distinctive detached property offers a versatile layout of living accommodation which enjoys a most pleasant and mature open aspect from all principal rooms.
Canopy porch, Entrance hall, Shower room, Sitting room with feature fireplace, Separate dining room, Fitted kitchen with built-in appliances, 4 first floor bedrooms, Family bathroom, Gas central heating & double glazing, Carport and garage, A lovely mature tiered garden, Energy Rating: D.
Stirchley is a modern and mature residential area occupying a convenient position in central Telford which is about 1½ miles due 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 accommodation in further detail comprises…
Canopy porch. Entrance hall with laminate flooring. Shower room comprising good size shower cubicle, wash hand basin, close coupled wc, ceramic tiled walls and flooring. Sitting room having a feature fireplace with living flame coal effect electric fire, coved ceiling and double glazed french doors leading to the patio area. Separate dining area having laminate flooring. Fitted kitchen having matching suite of units, single drainer sink unit, a range of cupboards, matching work surfaces, tiled splash backs, split level electric oven, induction hob and microwave, plumbing for automatic washing machine, a range of coved wall cabinets, ceramic tiled flooring and access to the carport.
Stairs lead from the entrance hall to the first floor galleried landing with airing cupboard housing the gas central heating boiler. Master bedroom enjoying a most pleasant aspect and three further bedrooms. Family bathroom comprising panelled bath, close coupled wc, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled walls and flooring.
The property is approached via a driveway and carport leading to a good size garage. Undoubtedly, one of the features of this property is its enclosed and private rear garden with its wonderful aspect enjoying a raised patio with gravelled areas and covered seating and a most useful brick garden stores. A series of steps lead down to a further lawned area and vegetable plot overall creating a most pleasant setting.
How to get there - from the A442 (northbound) exit at the Stirchley interchange and take the 2nd exit left onto Stirchley Avenue (just after the service station) and turn left onto Holmer Farm Road; at the Brookside Avenue roundabout take the 2nd exit into Brookside Avenue then first right into Ludford Drive and third right into Bourton Close where the property is 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
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