5 Bedroom Terraced
Cruckmeole, Hanwood, Shrewsbury

Floorplans For Cruckmeole, Hanwood, Shrewsbury


Open Countryside Views, Grade II Listed, Semi-Rural Location, Period Features, Underfloor Heating, Study, Family Room, Open Plan Kitchen / Breakfast Room, Workshop

Situation: Set in a private location, Middle House has undergone modern refurbishment whilst retaining original features and character.

A panelled entrance door opens to the entrance hall. The two principle reception rooms are placed to the front of the house with the living room to the right and the dining room to the left. The living room has an Inglenook fireplace with log burner set on a quarry tiled hearth with a shaped wooden beam. The dining room has a large sash window to the front and access to the study. The cellar, which is accessed adjacent to the living room, has been fully air filtrated and is currently being used as a gym. To the rear of the hall is the open-plan modern breakfast / kitchen and family room. The breakfast / kitchen has an AGA (electric and fully controllable) with a floor to ceiling dresser and integrated grandfather clock, an island and smart quartz worktop throughout.

The dining room is directly off the breakfast / kitchen featuring a beamed ceiling and log burner with the family room at the opposite end opening up to the landscaped garden via bio-fold doors. Next door is the study which could become a bedroom if needs be with the cloakroom next door. The utility is at the back of the house with original flooring and part used as a boot room with WC and a rear door to the driveway.

From the hall, the stairs ascend to the first floor landing area with a large front sash window allowing natural light. The main bedroom has a generously sized sash window overlooking the front garden, built-in wardrobe and large en suite. The second largest bedroom has a sash window to the front and in-built wardrobes. The bedroom at the rear has views across adjoining countryside, a Jack and Jill bathroom and a step down to what could be used as a dressing room (or a nursery).

A second staircase ascends from the first floor landing up to a second floor landing off which are two further bedrooms. Each room has a gable end window with exposed beam to a shaped ceiling.

Externally, the plot extends to approximately 0.46 acres (0.19 ha) with the majority of the gardens extending off the west side. Set back from the road, the house is well screened by mature holly trees whilst gates adorn the gravel drive. A previous outbuilding has been modified to accommodate a traditional garage, workshop and store, subject to planning permission this could be further modified to be an annexe, subject to planning permission.

The village of Hanwood is ½ mile distant and has a combined post office / shop, a public house (The Cock Inn), and a primary school, St. Thomas' & St. Anne's Church of England. Shrewsbury boasts a picturesque town centre with narrow medieval streets (known as shuts) lined with independent shops, cafes, a vibrant market hall and well-preserved medieval and Tudor buildings. A short stroll away is The Quarry Park which is located on the banks of the River Severn offering scenic views as well as a variety of restaurants, cafes, and pubs with riverside views.

Services: Mains electric and water. Oil central heating and two log burning stoves. Septic tank drainage.

Council Tax: Band F

Postcode: SY5 8JN

Local Authority: Shropshire Council (0345 678 9000)

Broadband Speed: Our research has indicated that fast fibre broadband is available at this property. Please conduct your own research to ensure the speeds meet your requirements.

Flood Risk: Rivers, sea and surface water - Very low risk.

Fixtures and Fittings: Whilst all attempts have been made to accurately describe the property in regard to fixtures and fittings, a comprehensive list will be made available by the seller's solicitors.

Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way: The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.

Directions: From Shrewsbury, take the A488 signed to Pontesbury. Follow the road through the village of Hanwood. After going under the railway bridge and passing the school on the right-hand side, take the next right turn signed Cruckton. After passing farm barns on the right, Middle House can be found on the right.

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