Hope Valley Meadows is a delightful family house, built in an elevated position above the beautiful Hope Valley from where it commands far reaching views. It stands up a long driveway and is complemented by a double garage with office above, along with a range of excellent outbuildings, grazing land and a wildlife meadow with SSSI status.
The front door opens into an attractive tiled hallway, off which are the dining room and sitting room which has an open fireplace and French windows opening to a paved terrace. The kitchen is fitted with a range of bespoke cupboards and fitted appliances. A study, utility room and cloakroom complete the downstairs accommodation.
Upstairs there are four double bedrooms, one with an en suite bathroom, a useful walk-in airing cupboard and a family bathroom.
The house is situated in an elevated position above the beautiful wooded Hope Valley, in the Shropshire Hills, 14 miles to the South West of the County town of Shrewsbury. Hope Valley is a conservation area, with various species of wild birds, fauna and flora. There is a public house in the nearby village of Bentlawnt, while the larger villages of Minsterley and Pontesbury have a further range of shops and amenties.
Shrewsbury is noted for its bespoke shops, restaurants and leisure facilities along with a number of highly regarded schools. The train station has a direct service to Birmingham and the A5/ M54 provides a llink to the National motorway network.
Approached through a five bar gate, the driveway leads up through post and railed paddocks with well-maintained grazing land and draws into a wide parking and turning area with a versatile barn, ideal for stabling, and a caravan/hay store. A block paved driveway continues up to the house between sweeping lawns to a double garage with an office over.
Beyond the house is a woodland area with a pathway leading to the magical wildlife meadow noted for its outstanding flora and fauna, including rare orchids. There are also two further paddocks ideal for grazing horses and/or livestock. In all the gardens and grounds extend to 7.31 acres.
30 Old Whittington Road is a well maintained, detached three-bedroom house situated in the popular village of Gobowen.
The property is entered through a partially glazed uPVC entrance door which leads into the reception hall with stairs leading to the first floor.
The spacious living room is entered from the hall and leads through into the large kitchen diner which forms the rear of the property.
The kitchen is fitted to a good standard with a range of fitted wall and base units with contrasting worktops over, a sink with mixer tap and integral oven, hob and extractor hood. A small breakfast bar looks out over the rear garden. The dining area provides space for a large dining table, and gives access into the conservatory.
Stairs from the reception hall lead up to the first floor accommodation.
The master bedroom suite occupies the front of the property and has a single aspect window over the front of the property. With built-in wardrobes and two large additional cupboards, a door gives access to the well fitted ensuite bathroom.
There are two further bedrooms one of which is a comfortable sized double. The third bedroom has been used as a study/music room.
There is an additional separate, well fitted shower room between the second and third bedrooms.
The property is approached along Old Whittington Road, in the heart of Gobowen. The block paviour driveway provides parking for one car, along with access to the integrated garage. The front garden is laid to gravel and paving for ease of maintenance.
The enclosed rear garden is also low maintenance, laid to gravel, paving and small areas of planting, and includes a small garden shed, with side access to the front of the property.
The Local Area
Old Whittington Road is a short walk into the centre of the village of Gobowen, where there is a small supermarket, and a good range of local amenities and rail links to Shrewbury and Wrexham. The village is also a short drive from the bustling market town of Oswestry.
Council Tax Band
Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity. Gas fired central heating
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The village of Acrefair, provides a most pleasant and convenient residential location approximately four miles from Llangollen and seven miles from Wrexham. The village centre and the nearby villages of Trevor and Cefn Mawr provide an excellent range of local amenities including primary schools, social amenities and shopping. A regular public transport service and good road links provide easy daily connections to the commercial and industrial centres throughout the area.
From Llangollen take the main A539 Wrexham Road for four miles through the village of Trevor into Acrefair. After passing the Duke of Wellington Public House on the left continue up the hill and take the first left hand turning into Trefynant Parc, take the first left and the house will be observed on the right hand side indicated by the Wingetts for sale board.
Canopy porch with UPVC part glazed entrance door opening to:-
With Oak flooring, radiator, inset ceiling spotlights, dado rail, turned staircase with store cupboard below, Oak doors off to all rooms.
Lounge 10'82 x 13'5
A light and airy room with UPVC double glazed bay window to front with deep cill, oak flooring, feature fireplace with living flame gas fire, coving to ceiling, double part glazed doors open into the:-
Dining Room 9'0 x 10'8
Having a continuation of the Oak flooring, coving to ceiling, radiator, UPVC double glazed French doors with matching side glass panel opens onto the timber decked patio, open aspect from the dining room to the:-
Kitchen 8'8 x 9'8
Fitted with a range of laminate fronted base and wall units complimented by work surfaces that incorporates a four ring stainless steel gas hob with stainless steel extractor hood above and oven/grill below, 1 ½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap and UPVC double glazed window above, plumbing for washing machine, stone tiles to work surface areas, glass fronted display cabinet, under unit lighting, integrated fridge/freezer, coving to ceiling, tiled floor and part glazed door into hall, UPVC part glazed door to:-
Additional useful base and wall cupboards, work surfaces with slate surround, space for tumble dryer and fridge freezer, UPVC double glazed window, gas fired central heating boiler, feature UPVC circular window, part glazed UPVC external door to rear garden, slate tiled floor.
Appointed with a three piece white suite of low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin, bath with mixer tap and hand held shower, part tiled walls, chrome heated towel rail, UPVC double glazed window, vinyl floor.
On The First Floor
Turned staircase with gallery over stairwell, UPVC double glazed window, ceiling hatch to roof space, dado rail, 4 panel doors of to all rooms.
Bedroom One 13'32 x 11'0
Having the benefit of fitted mirror fronted sliding wardrobes, UPVC double glazed window to rear, radiator and coving to ceiling.
Bedroom Two 10'9 x 9'25
Enjoying views towards the Welsh mountain range through the UPVC double glazed window to front, radiator and dado rail
Bedroom Three 8'9 x 10'4
A good sized third bedroom that can accommodate a double bed, UPVC double glazed window to rear and side, radiator and coving to ceiling.
Beautifully appointed with a low flush wc and wash hand basin with mixer tap set within vanity cupboards with shelf, corner shower cubicle with double door opening and mains shower, chrome heated towel rail, stone tiled walls, tiled floor and extractor fan.
Approached via a private driveway providing parking for 2-3 cars, the front garden has been gravelled and slated for easy maintenance, stone terrace, shrubs and welcome light to porch. A wooden garden gate opens into the rear garden which is a particular feature of the property having been landscaped for ease of maintenance comprising two timber decked patio areas, ideal for BBQs and Alfresco dining, stone paved areas mixed with slate and decorative gravel and brick edged planters. Useful workshop/store with UPVC double glazed window, lighting and power.
A well specified four bedroom detached family home located on a small semi-rural development of just 4 new properties of similar size and style. Set in a larger that average plot which is enclosed to front and rear the property is in a small and quiet community just under 5 miles from Oswestry and convenient for the A5 and Gobowen Railway Station for commuters.
THIS PLOT IS NOW SOLD STC - TWO SIMILAR HOMES AVAILABLE FOR SALE - PLEASE CONTACT AGENT FOR DETAILS
COMPLETED NEW HOME - ready for viewing and available for purchase. A well specified four bedroom detached family home located on a small semi-rural development of just 4 new properties of similar size and style. Set in a larger that average plot which is enclosed to front and rear the property is in a small and quiet community just under 5 miles from Oswestry and convenient for the A5 and Gobowen Railway Station for commuters.
Covered ENTRANCE PORCH with cupboard housing the Worcester gas fired combi central heating boiler.
ENTRANCE HALL with wood laminate floor, radiator and central heating thermostat
LIVING ROOM (4.06m x 3.45m approx) (13'4" x 11'4" approx) with wood laminate floor, fireplace with wood burning stove, window to front, radiator, power points and tv aerial point.
DINING AREA (2.54m x 2.54m approx) (8'4" x 8'4" approx) with wood laminate floor, power points, window to rear overlooking garden, radiator, under stairs storage cupboard with ample storage.
KITCHEN (2.84m x 2.39m approx) (9'4" x 7'10" approx) with wood laminate floor, a range of matching floor cupboards and drawers, matching wall cabinets and work surfaces. Tiled surrounds, 6 power points, stainless steel sink and drainer. Space for cooker and fridge, plumbing/space for washing machine, radiator, window to rear and door to rear garden.
Staircase from entrance hall to:
FIRST FLOOR LANDING with fitted carpet, access to loft space, airing cupboard with shelving and side window.
BEDROOM 1 (3.02m x 3.5m max) (9'11" x 11'6" max) with fitted carpet, window to rear, 3 power points and radiator.
BEDROOM 2 (3.0m x 1.93m approx) (9'10" x 6'4" approx) with fitted carpet, window to front, 2 power points and radiator.
BEDROOM 3 (3.05m x 2.13m approx) (10' x 7' approx) with fitted carpet, window to front, 2 power points, radiator, storage cupboard with shelving.
BATHROOM (1.73m x 1.96m approx) (5'8" x 6'5" approx) with wood laminate floor, matching suite comprising panel bath with shower over, tiled surrounds, wc, wash basin, window to rear , heated towel rail and extractor fan.
TENURE We understand the property is FREEHOLD
SERVICES We understand mains gas ,electricity, water and drainage are connected.
COUNCIL TAX Band 'B' Tax payable based on two occupants for 2020/21 = £1,121.41
LOCAL AUTHORITY Shropshire Council, Shirehall, Shrewsbury, SY2 6ND
WATER AUTHORITY Severn Trent Water, Shelton, Shrewsbury SY3 8BJ