Mytton, Montford Bridge, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY4 1EU | New homes for sale | Savills
Fixed price £246,000(€280,492)

MyttonMontford Bridge, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY4 1EU

    Key features

    • Affordable home ownership
    • Priced at 60% of market value
    • Beautifully designed new build
    • Situated on a small development
    • Set within wonderful countryside
    • Open plan living

    Opportunity for a local resident to purchase a fantastic two bed bungalow at 60% of market value. The qualifying purchaser(s) must meet Shropshire Council criteria for affordable housing.

    About this property

    • A fantastic opportunity to purchase a beautifully designed new build bungalow in a small development, with a modern open plan living area, two good sized bedrooms and family bathroom, at 60% of the market value.

      The qualifying purchaser(s) must be a resident(s) within or employed within or has family connections to Shropshire Councils administrative area. They must lack their own home or live in housing that is deemed unsuitable by Shropshire Council and be unlikely to meet their housing needs at the development without purchasing the affordable home.

      These restrictions remain on the property in perpetuity and can not be removed, the property must be a buyers principal residence. Supporting evidence will be required and
      accessed by Shropshire Council.

    A fabulous opportunity to get on to the housing ladder for a local buyer in the most wonderful setting.

    Peter DabornProperty agent

    Local information

    • The properties are situated in the small rural hamlet of Mytton, with day-to-day amenities to be found in the nearby town of Shrewsbury.
    • The vibrant county town of Shrewsbury is built on the banks of the River Severn and is famed for its Tudor centre, which is lined with beautiful half-timbered houses and set within a twisting meander of the river. There is never a shortage of things to do in this small, attractive town, with a variety of destinations to suit all interests including Hencote, an award-winning English vineyard; Theatre Severn, a contemporary theatre with two auditoriums, staging musicals, drama and live concerts; Shrewsbury Cathedral; alongside the Quarry, a recreational park encompassing 29 acres of parkland that offer picturesque riverside walks, a formally planted seasonal flower garden known as The Dingle, and a bandstand. It is host to the renowned Shrewsbury Flower Show and Regatta every summer.
    • The town has dining options for all occasions with a selection of quaint independent coffee shops, cosy pubs, wine bars and fine dining restaurants as well as offering an extensive range of shopping facilities including two shopping centres, a selection of high street shops and independent boutiques, along with a variety of major supermarkets.
    • Opportunities to explore the outdoors are plentiful, with the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty providing numerous walking, cycling and riding routes. The area is particularly popular for its outstanding Schools.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From the M54 northbound: Continue onto the A5 continuing over the roundabouts, heading north to Oswestry. Turn right signed to Montford Bridge and follow this road through a series of bends and then continue along the straight taking the first right turn sign posted Mytton. Continue along this lane and proceed over a sandstone bridge and up the bank into the hamlet and the driveway to the properties will be on your right hand side.
    • EPC Rating: A
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: TBC