View from the front of the house.
View at the rear of the house
Up and over door to single garage with electricity.
Separate purpose built barbecue area at rear of property.
Rear garden view from lounge, accessed through patio doors.
Upstairs bathroom, with electric shower over the bath and heated towel rail.
Upstairs bathroom, showing white,, modern bathroom suite.
Single bedroom, overlooking back lawn.
Front double bedroom overlooking the front of the house.
Good size double bedroom overlooking the front of the house
Rear double bedroom overlooking the back lawn.
Double bedroom overlooking the mature lawn area
Small cloakroom off hallway, with loo and sink in white
White kitchen units with stainless steel sink,
White kitchen with stainless steel sink
Large lounge-diner, with patio doors to garden, and laminate floor.
Refurbished to high standard 2 large double bedrooms
Quiet convenient location 1 good sized single bedroom
Off road parking for 3 cars Kitchen
Single garage with electric Downstairs cloakroom
Within 5 minutes walk to Asda Upstairs bathroom with bath/shower
5 Minutes walk to Grove School Lounge/Diner with laminate floor
Shropshire Union Canal, 5 mins walk Gas central heating
Enclosed, low maintenance, back garden Cavity wall insulation
Quite pets considered Double glazed throughout
Long term let preferred Laminate floors downstairs
Council Tax – Band C
Situated on a quiet, mature estate, with beautifully kept areas and manicured front gardens. Conveniently situated, in a lovely, quiet location, this 3-bedroom, semi-detached house is only 5 minutes walk from Asda, the town centre, a short drive to the Doctors’ Surgery and Morrisons, and is also only a few minutes from the main A53 road linking Market Drayton with most destinations.
This lovely, semi detached house with gravelled garden/car parking at the front, and garden/garage/lawn and barbecue area at rear. With 3 bedrooms this property lends itself to a family with children, as it is within walking distance of the Grove School and a junior school. With a large lounge, being the whole length of the downstairs, and patio doors to the garden/barbecue area from the lounge area, this house gives plenty of opportunity for a happy family life, living at your desired pace of life.
Alternatively a working family will find this property appealing, as the M6, Telford, Shrewsbury, Stoke on Trent, Whitchurch, Crewe and Stafford are all within a daily commute of 30 – 40 mins drive. Train stations at the above towns are all easily accessible within a 40 minute drive.
A retired family would also enjoy this house, as it is on a nicely proportioned, 1950’s estate, in a good neighbourhood, and with nice neighbours. There are many places for pub lunches, canal or woodland walks, and on a bus route to Shrewsbury or Hanley/Stoke-on-Trent, there are endless opportunities for both young and old to explore the great areas close by.
Muller and Northern Foods are 2 of the largest employers in the town, which is growing at a pace and meeting the needs of young people who are career minded with young families.
Description of the house