Chesterton, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV15 5NX | Property for sale | Savills
362.79 sq m
Guide price £825,000(48,994,622 EGP)

ChestertonBridgnorth, Shropshire, WV15 5NX

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Huge potential to put your own stamp on the property or a redevelopment opportunity with artists impression available.
  • Situated in approximately 5.38 acres of fenced paddocks and formal gardens.
  • Separate outbuilding including garaging and workshop.
  • Approximately 5.5 miles from Albrighton which has a train line with links to London Euston.
  • Chesterton Valley Golf Course is about 0.7 miles from Chadwell House, with further countryside walks available nearby.

A fabulous private family home, with a huge amount of potential for redevelopment, set in just over 5 acres of paddocks and garden.

About this property

  • Chadwell House stands within it's own grounds, of about 5.38 acres, in a private setting with views across open fields. Built in about 1965, the house is a Colt house, of timber frame construction with wooden tile roof (cedar shingle). The house has been a much loved family home to the current owners since it was built and is now in need of updating and modernisation, or there is a great deal of potential for redevelopment opportunity (subject to planning). The house, as it currently stands, flows particularly well and the large windows allow in plenty of natural light and it is perfect for family life and entertaining.

    Approached via a long private driveway, lined with trees to the left and fenced paddocks to your right, there is a large parking area to the side of the house along with garaging and an outbuilding with workshop and store. A pathway provides access to the front door which opens into a boot room with a further door leading into the reception hall with access to the main staircase and a WC.

    There is a large sitting room which is double aspect, with an open fire, whilst a set of double doors and steps lead down into the formal reception rooms, with wooden flooring, French doors onto the patio and a open fireplace. Steps lead up to the dining room which is double aspect and has sliding doors to separate the drawing room. A door leads through to the kitchen, which makes the space ideal for entertaining. There is a separate pantry and a door leading through to what is currently an annexe, with it's own separate access onto the pool side. This space has a kitchenette, a bathroom and a double bedroom.

    The stairs gently rise to the first floor and landing area which has a door to access an open balcony overlooking the pool area below.

    The principal bedroom is a lovely large room with a wall of fitted wardrobes, a door out to a Juliette balcony with a dressing room/office off with further built in wardrobes and an en suite bathroom with a sunken bath and separate shower. A door leads through to two separate double bedrooms, with built in wardrobes and a Jack & Jill bathroom.

    Outside

    To the right of the main driveway are fenced paddocks which may be accessed by a five bar gate and are perfect for equestrian or small holding use. There are useful out buildings to include a garage with a workshop, woodstore and a store room to the side.

    The formal gardens sweep from the side and around the back of the house which are mostly laid to lawn. Enclosed in a courtyard is a swimming pool with a patio running around the edge with a separate boiler for the pool, situated in a shed in the garden.

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For me this house exudes potential in a beautiful and private setting

Peter DabornProperty agent

Local information

  • Chesterton is a quintessential hamlet in the heart of the Shropshire countryside. There are a number of scenic walking and cycling routes in the area as well as Chesterton Valley Golf Course which offers a fantastic 18 hole course approximately 0.7 miles from Chadwell House.
  • The picturesque riverside town of Bridgnorth lies approximately six miles to the west, providing excellent local amenities including a range of independent shops, supermarkets such as M&S, delicatessens, butchers, cafes and public houses. The town is famed for the oldest and steepest inland funicular railway which has been operating since 1892 and links the high and low towns.
  • The county town of Shrewsbury is approximately 28 miles to the north and the city of Birmingham to the east, provide a wider variety of shopping facilities and cultural events.
  • Excellent schooling is available in the locality with village primary schools at Worfield, Pattingham and Albrighton and a number of highly regarded preparatory and secondary schools in both the state and private sectors such as Birchfield Preparatory, Bridgnorth Endowed School, Tettenhall College, Wolverhampton Grammar School and St. Dominic's at Brewood.

Additional information

  • Mains water, electricity, LPG gas. Private drainage by way of a septic tank situated within the grounds.
  • All of the radiators are run by electric.
  • There are three emersion heaters, two are upstairs and one in the annexe.
  • We are at liberty to disclose that our client is related to someone within Savills.
  • Brochure prepared- 2024/01 BTJ
  • Photographs taken- 2023/12 EHouse
  • Directions: From the B4176 take the turning towards Burnhill Green, passing the entrance to Chesterton Golf Course, on your right hand side. Continue for a short distance before turning right down a single track lane. Continue for about half a mile and the entrance to Chadwell House is the first turning on your right hand side, down a gated long driveway.
  • EPC Rating: F
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G