A four bedroom town house with courtyard garden, garage and parking
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The property East Castle Street is a sought after street within Bridgnorth, located within the conservation area, surrounded by stunning period properties leading down to St Marys Church. The accommodation flows from a light and spacious reception hallway with double doors to the dining room. To the rear of the house is the kitchen/breakfast room which benefits from a range of units, topped with granite work surfaces, along with patio doors opening out to the pretty courtyard garden. The useful utility room and W.C. complete the ground floor accommodation.
Stairs lead down from the reception hallway to the versatile basement, which is currently utilised as a spacious sitting room with study area that would be ideal for home working. To the first floor, the living room with gas fire leads out to the delightful south facing balcony. Adjacent to the living room is a double bedroom with built in wardrobe and en suite bathroom. The principle bedroom, also with storage space and en suite, along with two further bedrooms and the family bathroom are located on the second floor.
Outside Gated access leads into the walled garden, which has been thoughtfully landscaped in order to offer low maintenance up keep. A paved patio surrounded by mature shrubs offers a private south facing seating area, ideal for outdoor entertaining. The garage and private parking is located to the rear of the property, and is accessed from West Castle Street.
Location 8 East Castle Street is situated within the centre of the historic market town of Bridgnorth, which offers a wealth of amenities such as a cinema, shops, cafes and restaurants including The Royle and The Atrium restaurant and bar. Bridgnorth and the surrounding area offers excellent schooling facilities for all ages. Leisure opportunities in the area include regular events such as the English Haydn Festival, Ludlow Food Festival, Much Wenlock Literary Festival and the Shrewsbury Flower Show. Bridgnorth's sports clubs offer golf, cricket, tennis, football, hockey, and rowing. Outstanding local attractions include the Severn Valley Steam Railway, The Ironbridge Gorge Museum and the National Trusts Dudmaston Hall and Wightwick Manor and Gardens. The open countryside and rolling hills of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are close-at hand, providing excellent walking, cycling and riding routes.
The property is within easy commuting distance of the County town of Shrewsbury, and the commercial centres of Wolverhampton and Telford. There are main line train services running direct trains to London from Stourbridge and Wolverhampton and Manchester to Cardiff from Ludlow. There are international airports at Birmingham, Manchester and East Midlands.
Directions Head south along Bridgnorth high street, forking left at the bottom onto West Castle Street. Take the left turning immediately before The Shakespeare pub, and the property can be found after a short distance on your right hand side.Read all
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