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Offers in the Region of £234,995

Dudleston Heath, Ellesmere, SY12 9LA

  • 3
  • Detached country bungalow
  • Potential for modernisation
  • Large plot ext. to 0.3 acre
  • Most useful outbuildings
  • Popular village location
  • Open views to rear

A spacious 3 bedroom detached country bungalow offering potential for refurbishment, in a large plot extending to around 0.3 of an acre, situated in a most pleasant and convenient village location enjoying open views to the rear.

DESCRIPTION

Halls are favoured with instructions to offer Kenilworth, Moss Lane, Dudleston Heath, for sale by private treaty.

Kenilworth is a spacious 3 bedroom detached country bungalow offering potential for refurbishment, in a large plot, situated in a most pleasant and convenient village location.

The internal accommodation, which is well proportioned and offers potential for modernisation, provides a Reception Hall, Living Room, Kitchen with Pantry Cupboard and Utility Cupboard, two Conservatories (one front and one rear), three Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom. The property benefits from a gas fired central heating system, double glazed windows and doors and is presented for sale with the fitted carpets and curtains included in the purchase price.

The property is complimented by a tarmacadam drive, providing ample parking space to the side of the property, fronted by a most useful garage/workshop with a covered car port to one side.

The gardens are a surprising feature of the property, being far larger than one would expect and with potential for landscaping according to a purchasers individual tastes and preferences.

The sale of Kenilworth does, therefore, provide a rare opportunity for purchasers to acquire a detached country bungalow with potential for refurbishment, with most useful outbuildings and large gardens, situated in a convenient edge of village location. Halls, the sole selling agents, strongly recommend a closer inspection of this property to fully appreciate the possibilities that it has to offer, both internally and externally.

SITUATION

Kenilworth is situated in the well known North Shropshire village of Dudleston Heath which has useful facilities for a village of its size to include a Social Club with Post Office, Tennis Club, Parish Church and Primary School. The nearby North Shropshire lakeland town of Ellesmere is only 2.5 miles away which has an excellent range of local shopping, recreational and educational facilities. The larger centres of Oswestry (10 miles) and the county town of Shrewsbury (18 miles) are both, also, within easy motoring access and both have more comprehensive range of amenities of all kinds.

DIRECTIONS

From Ellesmere proceed North on the B5068 Dudleston Heath Road. Just before the centre of the village turn left down Moss Lane and Kenilworth is the first property on the left hand side, identified by a Halls 'For Sale' board.

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:

With a partly glazed front entrance door opening in to a:

CONSERVATORY

With a vinyl covered floor, internal window through to the Living Room and a front entrance door opening in to a:

5.2m x 2.3m (17'1" x 7'7")

RECEPTION HALL

With a fitted carpet as laid, radiator, inspection hatch to roofspace, and a door in to the:

LIVING ROOM

With a fireplace with mantle, surround and raised tiled hearth with inset Baxi Bermuda VP living flame style coal effect gas fire, picture rail, window through to the Conservatory, fully glazed side entrance door leading out to the drive, radiator and a door through to the:

4.3m x 4.0m (14'1" x 13'1")

KITCHEN

With a fitted kitchen comprising a stainless steel 1.5 bowl sink unit (H&C) with double cupboard below, planned space for appliance, roll topped work surface areas with base units incorporating cupboards and drawers, a four ring electric hob unit with extractor fan over, fitted oven with cupboard below and above, matching eye level cupboards, double glazed window to side elevation, opening in to a recess, currently utilised for the positioning of an upright fridge freezer, with a, opaque glazed window to side elevation.

2.9m x 2.7m (9'6" x 8'10")

INNER HALL

With a quarry tiled floor and doorway in to a:

UTILITY CUPBOARD

With space and plumbing for appliances.

The Inner Hallway opens through to a:

CONSERVATORY / DINING ROOM

With a continuation of the quarry tiled floor, door leading out to the rear gardens.

A door leads form the Reception Hall in to:

BEDROOM 1

With a fitted carpet as laid, double glazed bay window to front elevation, an open firegrate set within a tiled fireplace, radiator, picture rail.

3.4m x 3.3m (11'2" x 10'10")

BEDROOM 2

(rear) With a double glazed window to rear elevation, radiator.

3.3m x 3.3m (10'10" x 10'10")

BEDROOM 3

Most recently utilised as a Dressing Room, with a fitted carpet as laid and a range of fitted wardrobes, double glazed window to side elevation and a radiator.

3.3m x 2.6m (10'10" x 8'6")

FAMILY BATHROOM

With a bathroom suite including a hand basin (H&C) with mixer tap, cupboard and drawers below, a panelled bath (H&C) with mixer tap and shower attachment, corner tiled shower cubicle with mains fed shower, low flush WC, double glazed opaque window to rear elevation, chromium heated towel rail/radiator and a door in to the airing cupboard housing the Worcester gas fired boiler which heats the domestic hot water and central heating radiators with slatted shelving below.

OUTSIDE

The property is approached over a tarmacadam drive which leads to the side of the bungalow providing ample parking space and fronted by a:

GARAGE / WORKSHOP

With a concrete floor, metal up and over front door, a side access door and adjacent:

24' x 22' (7.32m x 6.71m)

COVERED CAR PORT

With a concrete base.

22' x 12' (6.71m x 3.66m)

GARDENS

The gardens are a super feature of the property and are most extensive, including lawns, former vegetable garden areas, maturing bushes and trees and a paved patio area, all providing great potential for landscaping according to ones individual tastes and preferences, but with potential to become a super garden. There is a metal framed greenhouse and timber summer house.

The plot extends, in all, to approximately 0.31 of an acre.

SERVICES

We understand that the property has the benefit of mains water, gas, electricity and drainage.

PV SYSTEM

There is a PV system providing immediate electricity savings for the successful purchasers.

TENURE

The property is said to be of freehold tenure and vacant possession will be given on completion of the purchase.

LOCAL AUTHORITIES

Shropshire Council, Shirehall, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY2 6ND.

COUNCIL TAX

The property is in Band ' D ' on the Shropshire Council Register.

VIEWINGS

By appointment through Halls, The Square, Ellesmere, Shropshire. Tel:(01691) 622602.

Halls Holdings Ltd and any joint agents for themselves, and for the Vendor of the property whose Agents they are, give notice that: (i) These particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract (ii) No person in the employment of or any agent of or consultant to Halls Holdings has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property (iii) Measurements, areas and distances are approximate, Floor plans and photographs are for guidance purposes only (photographs are taken with a wide angled / zoom lenses) and dimensions shapes and precise locations may differ (iv) It must not be assumed that the property has all the required planning or building regulation consents. Halls Holdings Ltd, Halls Holdings House, Bowmen Way, Battlefield, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY4 3DR. Registered in England 06597073.

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