Shrewsbury Shropshire SY1 Fish Street

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Ref: SBY220175
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Features at a glance

  • Six bedrooms
  • Four bathrooms
  • 1,891 ft of accommodation
  • Development opportunity
  • Residential or commercial potential
  • Westerly facing courtyard
  • Charming medieval town street
  • Nearby to a wide variety of town centre facilities
  • Grade II listed
  • No upward chain

A striking six-bedroom Grade II listed Tudor townhouse with delightful views over medieval St Alkmund’s church and a rear courtyard

Tudor House is a late C15th timber framed residence occupying an upstanding position on one of Shrewsbury’s renowned historic streets. Originally constructed as two cottages, this period house provides 1,891 sq ft of versatile accommodation arranged over three floors and offers an exciting development opportunity for either residential or commercial purposes, subject to the relevant planning consents.

The wide studded front door opens into an L shaped entrance hallway off which lead two primary reception rooms; a spacious drawing room and a dining room, both with fireplaces. The galley kitchen is fitted with a range of cabinetry, AGA and gas hob. Beyond is the large utility room with ample space for appliances and French doors opening into the courtyard.

A staircase rises to the first and second floors where six bedrooms are serviced by three shower rooms and a bathroom. Bedrooms to the front elevation enjoy views over St Alkmund’s Church, the highest point of the town centre.


Accessed from the utility room is a small courtyard with space for a table and chairs. There is a brick built outbuilding/W.C


Standing within the historic centre of Shropshire’s county town of Shrewsbury, Tudor House is situated nearby to the Quarry Park with riverside walks, along with the excellent range of amenities within the town including a large variety of boutique and specialist shops including art galleries, clothes, artisan foods and drinks, a superb choice of cafes, bars and restaurants, cinemas and theatres.

In addition to the wonderful lifestyle opportunities within the town, Shrewsbury has a wide range of highly regarded schools, both within the private and state sectors. These include the prestigious Shrewsbury School, Shrewsbury High School for Girls and Preparatory School, St Winifred’s Convent, Prestfelde, St Georges Primary School and Woodfield Infant School.

Shrewsbury train station is just half a mile away from the property, providing direct services to Birmingham New Street and London Euston. The A5/M54 connects through Telford to the West Midlands and the national motorway network beyond.


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Pay and display parking is available on Fish Street.

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