A beautifully appointed country house surrounded by private landscaped gardens in an edge of village location.
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The property Underwood is a beautifully appointed family home constructed in the early 1990s by local craftsmen, using a mixture of brick and local stone giving it a beautiful appearance. The layout of the accommodation offers an excellent range of reception space, providing larger entertainment areas and smaller cosier rooms.
The entrance hall is flanked by an office and sitting room, which leads to the dining room with log burning stove. The kitchen/breakfast room is appointed with a range of solid wood units topped with granite and an AGA surrounded by a brick Inglenook. A drawing room is found adjacent with a Clearview log burner and French doors, leading onto the terrace. The adjacent garden room has delightful views of the grounds. A large utility/boot room and two W. Cs complete the ground floor accommodation.
Four bedrooms and two bathrooms balance the ground floor accomodation, with most of the bedrooms having beautiful views of the surrounding hills. Most notable is the dual aspect master bedroom with a delightful outlook and large en-suite bathroom. A landing, flooded with natural light, gives access to three further bedrooms served by a family bathroom.
Outside Underwood stands centrally within its grounds, surrounded by wonderful landscaped gardens which in themselves provide a number of rooms from which to enjoy the picturesque surroundings. Due to its orientation, the sun can be followed throughout the day, with private seating areas for breakfast, lunch and evening meals. The property is complimented by a large double garage with secure store to the rear and storage above, along with generous tandem timber outbuilding and detached log store. There is a large driveway to the front and a useful gated rear entrance.
Location Underwood enjoys a superb position within the rural hamlet of Homer, surrounded by awe inspiring Shropshire countryside. The nearby historic market town of Much Wenlock provides a selection of facilities including shops, public house, restaurants, community arts centre and leisure centre. A further comprehensive range of amenities are found in the county town of Shrewsbury. The area is noted for its excellent schools in both the state and the private sector, with local Much Wenlock Primary School and William Brookes Secondary School. Road communications are good with the A5 linking to Oswestry and Chester then east through Telford and the national motorway network. Train stations are found at Telford and Shrewsbury, with a regular services to London.
Directions Please note that Satnav is not accurate. Travelling North from Much Wenlock (A4169) take the left hand turn signed Homer/Wigwig and continue into Homer. Turn left onto Copse Hill Lane, bearing left onto Vineyard Road. At the top of the hill, turn left onto Woodside and continue to the end of the cul-de-sac where Underwood will be found on your left.Read all
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Drawing room
- Dining room
- Sitting room
- Garden room
- 4 double bedrooms (1 with en-suite)
- Fifth single bedroom/dressing room
- Family bathroom
- Double garage
- EPC rating E
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