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Offers in the Region of £585,000

Woodview, Loppington, Shrewsbury, SY4 5ST

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  • Spacious country house
  • 3 Rec, 4 Bed, 2 Bath
  • PV Solar Panels
  • Stables, manège and land
  • Garage block and studio

A highly desirable and deceptively spacious extended detached country house with lawned gardens, garage block/studio, stables, manège and land, in a sought after rural locality. IN ALL ABOUT 1.76 ACRES.


From Shrewsbury proceed north to Harmer Hill and bear left for Ellesmere. Follow this road through to Burlton and turn right signed Loppington. Just before the village the property will be seen on the left hand side.


The property is attractively situated along a country lane, whilst also adjoining farmland, which offers lovely views. The area is known for its unspoilt countryside, local walks and miles of quiet lanes for riding out purposes. Loppington itself provides a popular pub with restaurant and thriving village hall activities. Local area catchment schools include Newtown Primary School and Thomas Adams School in Wem, both of which are highly rated and there is a pick up bus service from the village. The local market towns of Wem and Ellesmere provide a good selection of shops with a supermarket to each. Wem includes a rail service and Ellesmere is well known as a tourist centre amongst boating enthusiasts both, on the Meres and canal. Commuters have ready access to a number of commercial centres including Shrewsbury, which also provides an excellent shopping centre, Telford and Wolverhampton, or alternatively north where there is Wrexham and Chester.


Woodview provides an excellent opportunity to acquire a particularly appealing and deceptively spacious country property with generous gardens, outbuildings including stable block and manège with land offering an attractive prospect for those seeking a property for equestrian purposes.

The house has been tastefully improved by the current owner to provide a contemporary living environment, blended with traditional character and charm. The accommodation is attractively presented, whilst the layout features a good size sitting room, which includes an exposed brick fireplace with log burner. For those wishing to work from home, a study provides this opportunity. The dining room is slightly larger than average and is semi open plan to the adjacent breakfast kitchen, which is again of a generous size and combines solid oak worktops with a beautiful granite topped island and breakfast bar, modern range cooker and high gloss storage units. Leading immediately off and open to the kitchen is a stunning oak framed garden room which opens out onto the garden and enjoys a lovely view over its own land down to the stables. On the first floor there are four double bedrooms, with the principal bedroom having an en-suite shower room and the remaining having the use of a combined bath and shower room.

Outside, charming gardens extend around the house and include an Al Fresco dining decking terrace to the rear. There are further gardens adjacent to the garage block, whilst the double garage has an excellent workshop/store adjacent and to the rear a most versatile brick built studio, which could be used alternatively as a gym, office or therapy room - subject to any necessary planning consents.

The land is contained within a single block of pasture, whilst also including an all weather manège, range of stables with storage barn and for those who enjoy the good life, there is a vegetable section and polytunnel.THE WHOLE EXTENDS TO APPROXIMATELY 1.76 ACRES.


With quarry tiled floor. Staircase rising to the first floor.


With deep brick fireplace and CLEARVIEW WOOD BURNING STOVE set on flagged hearth. High level old timber mantle. Bay window.


With oak flooring.


With slate style tiled floor. Ceiling downlighters. Solid oak worktops with tiled splash. A good selection of high gloss cream faced base and eye level cupboards including drawer units. Pull out pantry cupboard with baskets. Under unit lighting. ELECTRIC RANGEMASTER RANGE COOKER with 5 ring induction hob, 2 ovens, grill and warming drawer. STOVES STAINLESS STEEL EXTRACTOR HOOD over. Space for refrigerator. Space for upright fridge freezer. GRANITE BREAKFAST ISLAND with inset sink. Built in oak faced drawers and open storage. Matching pair of TOM DIXON PENDANT 'Melt' light fittings. Twin French doors leading out onto the decking patio area. Open plan access through to:


A beautiful room built mainly of oak frame with double glazing and bi-fold doors, all providing wonderful views over the land. Oak flooring. CEILING LIGHT LANTERN and downlighters. Corner CLEARVIEW wood burning stove set on glazed hearth.


With slate style tiled floor. Fitted solid oak work top with built in BELFAST sink. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Built in shelved storage unit. Boiler cupboard housing WORCESTER oil fired central heating boiler. Rear stable style entrance door.


With slate tiled floor and oval shaped wash hand basin set on oak plinth with cupboard under. Close coupled WC with concealed cistern. Chrome ladder radiator.


With access to loft space.


With twin window aspect over the land and adjacent farmland. Fitted wardrobe range with sliding part mirrored doors.


With tiled shower cubicle having direct feed shower unit. Close coupled WC, Vanity unit with wash hand basin and tiled splash. Fitted mirror over. Chrome ladder radiator.

BEDROOM 2 (Double)

With window aspect over the land.

BEDROOM 3 (Double)

With exposed pine boarded floor. Access to eaves storage cupboard.

BEDROOM 4 (Double)

With access to loft space.


With tiled panelled VILLEROY & BOSCH JACUZZI TWIN ENDED BATH with head rest and walled tap control. Corner shower cubicle with direct feed shower unit. Period style wash hand basin - to be replaced. Fitted mirror over. Close coupled WC.


Approached through a twin gated 'in/out' entrances onto a gravelled driveway, which extends to a brick paviour parking area.


Oak framed with timber cladding providing DOUBLE GARAGE 19'3 x 19'1 being open fronted and having access to WORKSHOP/STORE approx 19'0 x 19'5 with power and lighting. Bore hole water pump. Staircase rising to LOFT STORAGE SPACE.


With oak effect flooring. Power and lighting.

Approx 19'7 x 9'2 (Appro x 5.97m x 2.79m)


These are set around the house and garage block laid to good size lawns, one of which includes a mature silver birch tree. Brick paviour pathways extend to both the front and the rear, whilst the main lawn wraps around the house with well stocked flowering shrubbery and rose beds. Mature apple tree. DECKING TERRACE adjacent to the Garden Room, with rear AL FRESCO DECKING PATIO AREA with a raised vegetable bed. There is a further FLAGGED PATIO AREA adjoining.


This is accessed by a separate vehicular entrance at the bottom of the field and provides parking space for a horse box or trailer. STABLE BLOCK built of timber on a brick plinth with concreted floors, lighting, weather canopy and external enclosed yard. The stable block provides a STABLE 1 approx 11'1 x 11'1, STABLE 2 approx 15'2 x 11'1 - currently divided into two, STABLE 3 approx 11'0 x 11'5. Rear lean-to HAY STORE approx 15'1 x 11'8.


Immediately adjacent to the stable block is a timber post and railed ménage approx 40 metres x 20 metres with a professional prepared all weather surface.


To one section of the Stable Yard is a POLYTUNNEL with growing beds. Externally there are 3 further vegetable beds currently in use.


This is positioned between the Stable Block/Manège and the House and offers a useful grazing paddock.THE WHOLE EXTENDS TO ABOUT 1.76 ACRES.


The fitted carpets as laid and light fittings are included. Only those items described in these particulars are included in the sale.


Mains electricity is understood to be connected. Water is provided from a private Bore Hole supply which is located on site. Foul drainage is to a septic tank. Oil fired central heating system. None of these have been tested by Halls.


The property benefits from PV panels for photovoltaic solar electricity generation. Panels benefit from a tax free feeding tariff (FIT). The tariff is adjusted annually in line with the Retail Price Index. Ownership of the panels and rights will be transferred to the purchaser.


Freehold. Purchasers must confirm via their solicitor.


Shropshire Council, Shrewsbury. Tel: 0844 448 1644. Council Tax Band 'E'.


Halls, 2 Barker Street, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY1 1QJ. Tel: 01743 236444. E: shrewsbury@hallsgb.com

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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