Knowle Sands, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16 5JL | Property for sale | Savills
2,114 sq ft(196.40 sq m)
Guide price £750,000(€874,648)

Knowle SandsBridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16 5JL

  • Sale Agreed

Key features

  • Situated approximately one mile from the pretty town of Bridgnorth.
  • Separate summerhouse/bar which could serve as a home office or gym.
  • Fantastic, far reaching countryside views.
  • Separate oak framed double car port with further drive parking.
  • Modern, contemporary property which was completed in 2021.

A beautifully designed home within a mile from Bridgnorth, with a lifestyle twist and fantastic views over open countryside.

About this property

  • Moor Cottage is a fabulous modern, contemporary property, which replaced a previous dwelling and was completed about three years ago (2021). The house has been designed to allow in plenty of natural light with large windows and bi-fold doors off the reception rooms, which open out onto the patio. The sun moves around the house all day allowing you to enjoy the house to it's fullest.

    The open plan living space, offers the feeling of openness with Amtico flooring throughout the ground floor. The main reception room has a wood affect LPG stove and French doors leading outside. This room is triple aspect with all windows, including the French doors, having fitted blinds. A vestibule leads off, where there are two double bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom and the other with fitted wardrobes. There is a separate cloakroom within the entrance hall.

    The fabulous living kitchen is a wow factor of this home, with two sets of bi-folding doors with fitted blinds, leading onto the patio and gardens, a wood burning stove and the kitchen, which has been thoughtfully designed. There are wall and base units, a Belfast sink and a central island with Onyx worktops. Integrated appliances include a fridge freezer, dishwasher and a Zanussi oven and a separate microwave. There is under lighting to all of the units, including the central island which also has an integrated induction hob. There is a separate utility room off the kitchen, which has units, a sink, space for white goods and a stable door leading outside.

    Stairs rise from the entrance hall to the first floor, where you can get a really good view of the surrounding countryside. There are two double bedrooms on this floor, both with built in wardrobes and one with an en suite shower room. This space would work well as a principal suite.

    Outside.

    Moor Cottage is approached via a tarmac driveway, with double electric gates, which gently rises to a large parking area with space for a number of vehicles. There is an attractive oak framed double car port, with steps to the side leading to a garden, fitted with Astro-turf, which extends to a pathway leading to a patio area to admire the views. There is post and rail fencing with a further section of land behind which is currently left wild. This area could very well be suitable for a vegetable plot.

    The house may be accessed via both sides where it opens onto a garden to the rear, with a garden shed and the fabulous summerhouse/bar. The current owners have used this as a pub for their own private use, and it makes a fabulous entertaining area with two sets of French doors onto a decking area. This building could also serve as a home office or gym. The garden extends around the side of the house including the patio area, so there is plenty of space for enjoying the sunshine and to enjoy the countryside beyond.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

This house is ready to move into, offering a fantastic lifestyle!

Peter DabornProperty agent

Local information

  • Moor Cottage is situated about a mile from the pretty market town of Bridgnorth, which is famed for the oldest and steepest inland funicular railway which has been operating since 1892 and links the high and low towns. There are a number of shops, restaurants and supermarkets to enjoy.
  • Telford and access to the M54, is about 13 miles away and provides a larger selection of high street shops and supermarkets and onwards travel to the Midlands business centres, the M6 and the wider road network.
  • Telford and Wolverhampton both have train stations, with links to Birmingham, London and the North. There are regular buses from Wolverhampton to Bridgnorth. Shrewsbury, is about 22 miles away and also has a train service for those needing to get to the North. The Severn Valley Steam Railway runs from Bridgnorth to Kidderminster which is also a main line station.
  • There are well regarded schools in the state and private sector including Bridgnorth Endowed School, St Leonards C 0f E Primary School, St Johns Catholic Primary School, Oldbury Wells School and St Dominics Grammar School.
  • Bridgnorth has some lovely walks and cycle routes to enjoy the River Severn, Bridgnorth Castle, Astley Abbotts and the Severn Valley.

Additional information

  • Council Tax: Shropshire. Band E.
  • Services: Mains water, electricity, LPG and private drainage.
  • The septic tank is situated in a neighbouring field.
  • Fibre Broadband is connected via Sky.
  • Brochure prepared: 01/2024 BTJ
  • Photographs taken: 2023- previous agent
  • Directions: From the A442 continue towards Bridgnorth town centre, crossing over the main bridge over the River Severn. Turn left after the bridge and take the next left, signposted B4363. Continue, and after a short distance turn left, signposted B4555, Highley, Chelmarsh, Eardington. Continue into the village of Knowlesands, up the hill, around a right hand bend and at the top of the hill turn right and the black gates of Moor Cottage may be seen on your left hand side with a red post box.
  • EPC Rating: B
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: E