For Sale - Buntingsdale, Market Drayton

Offers In Region Of £349,950

Property Summary

Property Description

A DELIGHTFUL GRADE II LISTED FOUR BEDROOM PERIOD PROPERTY IN A STUNNING AND PRIVATE LOCATION - ALSO BOASTING AN ACRE OF STUNNING GARDENS - VIEWINGS ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL!

Property Full Details

PROPERTY This desirable Grade II listed property dating back to 1721 was originally part of the coach house that served the nearby stately Buntingsdale Hall. Later becoming an RAF dental hospital in WWII, there is an abundance of history from many a bygone era within its walls. As soon as you approach you will be greeted with an impressive façade with a large circular driveway and an attractive lawned frontage. Gated access leads to a further parking area with a detached garage and the spectacular bountiful lawned gardens. Moving onto the property itself you will find a long entrance hallway, lounge, dining kitchen complete with an AGA, a lovely garden room, two ground floor bedrooms, bathroom and a further bedroom. A staircase off the hallway leads to another large bedroom with a dressing area and wc. Externally, the aforementioned lawned gardens extend to an acre and are flourishing with beautifully maintained flower beds, well stocked borders and a resplendent range of fruit trees. Furthermore there is a fish pond, summer house and an antiquated outbuilding that would host a variety of uses. This really is a rare opportunity, so if it is a beautiful period property in a delightful rural and private location then look no further as The Paddocks is sure to tick all of the boxes!

LOCATION Situated in between Buntingsdale which is an established residential area in Tern Hill, which has local convenience stores and sports centre along with the Army Barracks and RAF base and the outskirts of Market Drayton, known as "Little Drayton". Market Drayton is a small market town situated in North Shropshire and close to both Staffordshire and Cheshire borders. It is on the River Tern, between Shrewsbury and Stoke on Trent and was formally known as Drayton in Hales and is listed in the Doomsday Book. In 1245 King Henry III granted a charter for the weekly Wednesday market, giving the town its current title. The market is still held every Wednesday. The Shropshire Union Canal runs through the town and Market Drayton offers a wide variety of amenities such as schools, specialist and high street shops, supermarkets and health and leisure facilities. The larger towns of Shrewsbury, Telford and Newcastle-under-Lyme are all within commutable distance.

ACCOMMODATION

ENTRANCE HALLWAY 22' 11" x 3' 97" (7m x 3.38m) Having a timber main entrance door, three single glazed windows to the front with secondary panels, ceiling beams, radiator, cloaks cupboard with light and loft access, two wall lights and doors to;

DOORS TO;

LOUNGE 18' 11 into bay " x 10' 97" (5.77m x 5.51m) With Upvc bay window to the side, single glazed window with secondary panel to the side, coal effect gas fireplace with timber surround and marble and brass hearth, dado rail, ceiling beams, and radiator.

DINING KITCHEN 18' 92" x 13' 68" (7.82m x 5.69m) Having a range of fitted wall, drawer and base units with work surfaces over, tiled splash backs, 1½ bowl sink and drainer, space and plumbing for washing machine, built in cooker, x4 burner ceramic hob, AGA stove, two single glazed windows to the rear, ceiling beams, dado rail, three wall lights and door to;

SUN ROOM 11' 34" x 8' 27" (4.22m x 3.12m) Of Upvc and glazed construction with tiled floor and sliding door leading to the rear garden.

BEDROOM ONE 17' 89" x 8' 64" (7.44m x 4.06m) With double glazed window to the rear single glazed window with secondary panel to the front, coved ceiling and radiator.

BEDROOM TWO 15' 83" x 13' 85" (6.68m x 6.12m) With two double glazed windows to the rear, window to the side, coved ceiling, ceiling rose, radiator, dado rail and door to;

DOOR TO;

STUDY/BEDROOM THREE 11' 56" x 10' 94" (4.78m x 5.44m) With a range of built in shelving, double glazed window to the side, wall mounted central heating boiler, coved ceiling and built in cupboard.

BATHROOM 10' 60" x 8' 81" (4.57m x 4.5m) Having a fitted suite that includes a panelled bath, corner shower cubicle wit electric shower, low level wc and bidet. Also with tiled splash backs and tiled floor, double glazed window to the rear, airing cupboard, ceiling spot lights and radiator.

STAIRS TO FIRST FLOOR

BEDROOM FOUR 22' 9" x 11' 41" (6.93m x 4.39m) With a built in recess currently used a wardrobe, double glazed window to the front, exposed wall and ceiling beams, Velux window to the side and opening leading to;

DRESSING ROOM 13' 76" x 6' 35" (5.89m x 2.72m) Having a low level wc, pedestal wash hand basin, exposed beams, radiator and Velux window to the rear.

EXTERNALLY

GARDENS Externally, lawned gardens at the side and rear of the property extend to an acre and are flourishing with beautifully maintained flower beds, well stocked borders and a resplendent range of fruit trees. Furthermore there is a fish pond, summer house with power and light and an antiquated outbuilding also with power that would host a variety of uses.

DETACHED GARAGE With up and over door, power and light.

ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE As this property is listed it is EPC exempt.

FLOOR PLAN Not to scale.

SERVICES We are advised that all mains services are available. Barbers have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fittings etc or services to this property, so cannot confirm that they are in working order or fit for purpose. A buyer is recommended to obtain confirmation from their Surveyor or Solicitor.

HOW TO FIND THE PROPERTY Turn left out of our office onto Maer Lane then turn left at the mini island onto Cheshire Street and right at the next mini island onto Frogmore Road. Follow the road to the right onto Shropshire Street and proceed onto Shrewsbury Road. Turn left after the Kings Head public house onto Buntingsdale Road, proceed along until reaching Bottom Lane and continue on this road, passing Buntingsdale Hall and you will then find the property on the left hand side which is accessed via timber double gates.


TENURE We are advised that the property is Freehold and this will be confirmed by the Vendors Solicitor during the Pre- Contract Enquiries. Vacant possession upon completion.

METHOD OF SALE For Sale by Private Treaty.

LOCAL AUTHORITY Council tax enquiries, Revenues & Benefit, Shropshire Council, Shirehall, Shrewsbury, SY2 6ND.
Tel: 0345 678 9002

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS By arrangement with the Agents Office at Tower House, Maer Lane, Market Drayton, TF9 3SH
Tel: 01630 653641 or email: marketdrayton@barbers-online.co.uk

DISCLAIMER PROPERTY DETAILS For clarification we wish to inform prospective purchasers that we have prepared these sales details as a general guide. We have not carried out a detailed survey nor tested the services, appliances, and specific fittings. Room sizes should not be relied upon for carpets and furnishings. The measurements given are approximate.

AML REGULATIONS To ensure compliance with the latest Anti Money Laundering regulations all intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documents prior to the issue of sale confirmation.

MD16964020517