High Street, Much Wenlock, TF13 6AD | Property for sale | Savills
1,959 sq ft(182 sq m)
Guide price £350,000(€399,074)

High StreetMuch Wenlock, TF13 6AD

  • Sale Agreed

Key features

  • Sought after location.
  • Full of Character and charm.
  • Extensive accommodation to 1,959 ft2.
  • Two Reception rooms perfect for entertaining.
  • Allocated off street parking

A wonderful 4 bedroom character Grade II listed town house in the heart of the desirable town of Much Wenlock

About this property

  • The house provides a tremendous amount of accommodation perfect for day to day living and entertaining with approximately 1,959 square feet over three floors. The house is Grade II listed, built in the 17 century with so much of its original character and charm on show. The house has benefited from modernisation over the years providing the best of period charm with modern conveniences.

    The house is accessed from either the front door from the High Street, or for day to day use from the rear courtyard, leading into a private outside patio with space for table and chairs and a small log store. There is one allocated parking space in the courtyard. From the patio, the back door leads into a useful hall, with space for coats and wellies with an attractive original brick floor with a spacious downstairs WC and coat cupboards, two useful cupboards one of which houses the gas combi boiler. There is also space for the washing machine and the fridge. From the back hall, two steps lead up into the kitchen, with cream coloured shaker style units and solid wood surface this is a traditional farmhouse looking kitchen with many original features to include the brick floor and exposed timbers. There is a built-in electric oven and induction hob, Belfast sink, built in dish washer and space for a small breakfast table.

    From the kitchen, via an inner hall with under stairs cupboard is the sitting room, with exposed beams and a beautiful large inglenook fireplace with a log burner this is a lovely room for family life and entertaining. Through the sitting room via double doors is the beautiful formal dining room with original wooden floors and exposed timbers along with an open fireplace in the corner, this room is full of character and charm and will accommodate a large dining table perfect for entertaining.

    The stairs lead to the first floor landing with a cast iron fireplace, providing excellent accommodation for family use to include a small single bedroom or study, double bedroom with built in wardrobe, the principal bedroom with large exposed floorboards and timbers and a built-in wardrobe, and this is positioned next to the family bathroom. The family bathroom has been tastefully modernised to include a shower and feature bath with a heated towel rail WC and basin.

    A second flight of stairs then leads up to the second floor providing further accommodation to include a double bedroom and sitting room space with a tremendous amount of character with exposed beams.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

A fantastic combination of period charm with the benefits of town living

Peter DabornProperty agent

Local information

  • The Old Farmhouse, 45High Street stands in the heart of the small historic market town of Much Wenlock with its mix of Medieval, Georgian and Victorian limestone, brick and timber framed houses.
  • The house combines period charm and character, with excellent access to the day-to-day amenities Much Wenlock has to offer with a butcher, food shops, public houses, restaurants, art galleries, a library and sports facilities. For those looking for walking, Much Wenlock is surrounded by stunning countryside in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty,with many walks from the door step which includes the Wenlock Edge, a high limestone escarpment with beautiful walks and far reaching views, and also Much Wenlock Park is just a short walk from the house with a playground.
  • Much Wenlock is a sought after village with a thriving local community offering a wide range of activities throughout the year. The county town of Shrewsbury is 14 miles distant and offers a more extensive range of shopping, dining and leisure facilities. Schools serving the area include William Brookes, Coalbrookdale and Ironbridge Primary Schools, Thomas Telford as well as Old Hall, Wrekin College, Shrewsbury High School and Shrewsbury School.
  • The property is well placed for commuting to a number of business centres including Bridgnorth, Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Telford and the county town of Shrewsbury. The M54 is within 8 miles and provides further links to the Midlands, M6 and M6 toll road.

Additional information

  • Directions: From Shrewsbury: head south on the A458 and continue through the villages of Cross Houses and Cressage. On entering Much Wenlock from Shrewsbury take the second left hand turn just opposite the Gaskell Arms, into the centre of Much Wenlock. The Old Farmhouse is positioned just after Salon Ten on the left on the corner at King Street. Access to the courtyard is off King Street.
  • EPC Exempt
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: E