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We are delighted to offer for sale this 6 bedroom grade II listed detached property in this sought after and convenient location within easy reach of local amenities and public transport links.
The impressive accommodation is well presented and of a good size and comprises ample living space and well appointed bedrooms.
Fast broadband speeds make this ideal for someone looking to combine home working with commuting. A wealth of good performing local schools and access to local parks and woodland.
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Situated in Madeley, within the boundary of the Ironbridge Gorge UNESCO heritage area, yet convenient for Madeley town centre for local shops and supermarkets. Local primary and two new state of the art Academy secondary schools lie nearby.
The house, one of the oldest houses in Madeley, shares a street with the historic church of St Michael's - designed by Thomas Telford and nearby Upper House and King Charles Barns, where King Charles II hid following his escape from the Battle of Worcester in 1651.
The historical town of Ironbridge is approximately 1.5 miles away, famous for the world's first iron bridge erected in 1779 and designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Coalport is a similar distance, famous for the production of Coalport China. There are many countryside and woodland walks in the area, with substantial areas of nearby woodland which is managed by the Severn Gorge Woodland Trust. Telford Town Centre is approximately 4 miles distant with its range of leisure facilities, department stores, retail parks, railway station and access to the M54 motorway leading to the main M6 & M1 motorway network, making Birmingham, Wolverhampton and beyond easily commutable.
This house is a substantial three storey, double fronted Grade II Listed Georgian family town house with Victorian extension including two large walk in bay windows to the front elevation and porch featuring leaded stained glass window and distinctive detailing to the windows, corbelled eaves and three dormer windows to the second floor.
Period features abound: including attractive Maws tiled flooring to the porch and living room fireplace, exposed oak flooring to the reception hall, first floor landings and other parts of the accommodation. The property also boasts recent updates, such as a new bathroom suite and walkthrough dressing room. Large fireplace to dining room, Victorian style garden room off the breakfast/kitchen which overlooks a sun terrace and south facing landscaped rear gardens.