A beautiful former station house with approximately 2.2 acres of grounds and a lucrative self-contained holiday let business which provided in excess of £40,000 net income in 2017
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The property Station House is a beautiful former Victorian station dating back to 1863. The property retains an abundance of its original features, which the existing owners have meticulously maintained. The main house offers well-centred accommodation with a beautiful blend of large entertainment spaces and smaller cosier rooms. There is historical planning permission which lapsed in 2017 for a substantial extention to the main house.
Having moved from London over fourteen years ago, the current owners have developed a hugely successful self-contained holiday let business by installing two restored vintage mark 1 Great Western Railway carriages within the grounds. These two carriages provide a beautifully appointed and unique environment serving as a fantastic income stream as holiday let units.
This property has 2.2 acres of land.
Outside Surrounded by approximately 2.23 acres, the grounds around Station House protect its integrity and provide it with a wonderful peaceful environment. The ground is a mixture of mature woodland, formal lawned areas and the original railway cut out. There are some fantastic walks to be had through the woodland to the rear, with a railway arch found on the north-eastern boundary. There is separate parking for the railway carriages and a generous driveway for the main house.
Location Station House is situated within the historic area of Coalbrookdale, close to the famous Ironbridge Gorge. The house is close to a well reputed primary school and doctors surgery while Ironbridge is noted for its excellent restaurants, including the popular and recently renovated Woodbridge Inn. Telford is nearby and the M54 provides easy access to both the county town of Shrewsbury and the Midlands with onward travel via the M6 and M5. There is a good rail service from Telford to Birmingham. and onto London.
Direction From Ironbridge, proceed along Waterloo Street; at the free bridge bear left along the Lloyd; at the triangular junction bear right towards Coalport, at the end of the road, turn right and proceed over the bridge Station House is just beyond on the left hand side.Read all
- Main House: 5 Bedrooms
- Shower room
- Entrance hallway
- Drawing room Dining room
- Sitting room
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Carriage one: Open plan kitchen/breakfast living area
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Carriage two: Open plan kitchen/breakfast living area
- Sitting room
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Open plan detached home office (former waiting room)
- Gardens and grounds extending to approximately 2.23 acres
- Main house EPC Rating F