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Keepers Cottage, 1 Church View
Baschurch, Near Shrewsbury, SY4 2GD

3 Bedroom Barn Conversion - FREEHOLD

Offers in the region of
£285,000

Property Description

Property Features

  • 3 Bedroom Barn Conversion
  • Sought After Village Location
  • Quality Finish
  • Allocated Parking
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  •  Private Garden

The Property

Keepers Cottage forms part of a small select development found right in the heart of this popular village. Set against the backdrop of the Parish Church this aesthetically pleasing property forms a picturesque scene that is sure to attract many buyers. A private driveway gives access to the 2 allocated parking spaces benefiting the property and leads on to a peaceful courtyard and the property frontage. An entrance door opens to the Hallway which in turn gives access to both the Living Room and Dining Room. The Dining Room occupies the far end of the property and immediately gives a sense of what this property is about, an exposed beam and brickwork support give a sense of charm and character while the clean white finish finish feels modern and fresh. The Living Room sits centrally and is a lovely light space with two windows to the back and a window and French Doors to the front allowing an abundance of light to flood in. Oak doors, which run throughout this property, add a warmness while the spotlighting continues the modern feel. The Kitchen oozes quality, fitted with an array of stylish units topped with granite work surfaces and an inset Belfast sink. You will also find an integrated fridge and freezer while the 5 ring stainless steel gas cooking range finishes the Kitchen. The Utility Room is designed to match the Kitchen using the same fitted units and wall and floor tiles. A useful space which provides plumbing for a washing machine, a slot for a tumble dryer and houses the wall mounted gas boiler. At opposite ends of the Utility you will find a door opening to the garden and a door opening to the Cloakroom which is fitted with a wc and washbasin.

The First Floor houses three double Bedrooms and the house Bathroom. The Landing shows that the upstairs continues with the same feel as the ground floor. A clean white modern finish sits in contrast to the character of the wooden beam, vaulted ceiling and oak balustrade and doors. The Master Bedroom is just as you would expect, a good size with a high vaulted ceiling and built in double wardrobe with oak doors. A door opens to the En-Suite shower room which is fitted with a walk-in cubicle, wc and washbasin while a double glazed velux window allows in natural light. The second Bedroom is the opposite end of the property and it too is a good size, offering yet more character in the form of exposed beams and brickwork. The third Bedroom is found between the other two and is also a double room which has a window enjoying views to the front. The house Bathroom is fully tiled and smartly appointed with a white suite comprising a panelled bath, wc and a wash basin inset into a vanity unit, a fitting end to our tour of the accommodation.

Outside the property enjoys a lovely walled garden which sits to the side and rear of the property. Mainly laid to lawn the garden is the perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine on a Summer's evening with a sun terrace enjoying an outlook to the Church.

The Village

Baschurch itself accommodates a population of around 2,000 people, large enough to create an ambiance of an active village environment but also retaining a togetherness throughout the community. At the heart of the village is the All Saints Church (Church Of England), which is currently believed to be the oldest standing structures in the village. The church sits in the proximity of a large array or local amenities that include two well regarded schools, the COE (Church Of England) Primary School, and the Corbert School formerly known as Baschurch Secondary School which accommodates children from key stage 1 to key stage 4. Baschurch is also set a stones throw away Walford College, an agricultural and sport college which merged with Oswestry-based North Shropshire College to ultimately become Walford and North Shropshire College. Alternative schools, colleges and Universities are available in other neighboring towns such as Shrewsbury and Newport. Baschurch and the surrounding areas offer a selection of favored pubic houses and dining establishments, independent shops, convenience stores including a newly built Spar shop, Post Office, Fish and Chip Shop, Hairdressers and Three Garages to name a select few. Baschurch is recreationally supported by several Clubs and features a number of sporting facilities including a Tennis Club, Bowls Club, Junior Football Club and extensive playing fields. There is also a vibrant village hall, which hosts a number of social events, clubs and organisations throughout the year.

The Town

Shrewsbury, the birth place of Charles Darwin, is a vibrant and lively town with a very cosmopolitan yet traditional atmosphere. The towns 660 listed buildings are complimented by a host of trendy and sophisticated bars and restaurants, the medieval streets do however still retain many classic public houses and dining establishments. Built on the River Severn the town hosts the annual Shrewsbury Flower Show which is one of the largest and oldest horticultural shows in the country attracting over 100,000 visitors. Home to 4 shopping centres, 2 significant retail parks and countless independent retailers the town is an excellent place to enjoy some retail therapy. If you prefer to spend your time soaking up a little more culture the Theatre Severn provides many varied productions and entertainment, or perhaps a visit to the Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery or Shrewsbury Castle would be more fitting. Other places of note are The Quarry a 29 acre riverside park, the largely unchanged Medieval Market place, Shrewsbury Abbey, the 9 bridges crossing the river Severn most notably the English and Welsh bridges, the Lord Hills Column the largest free-standing Doric column in the world and the Shropshire Agricultural Showground which hosts one of the countys most important agricultural shows. The town has many sporting and recreational facilities including Shrewsbury Town Football Club, who play their home games at the purpose built New Meadow stadium, Shrewsbury Rugby Club, Shrewsbury Rowing Club and Shrewsbury Motorcross Club to name but a few. There are also a number of popular golf clubs in and around the town, a good selection of Gymnasiums and Health Clubs and a thriving running scene.

Accommodation List

Entrance Hall -

Dining Room - 4.3m x 3.1m (14'1" x 10'2") -

Living Room - 4.3m x 4.1m (14'1" x 13'5") -

Kitchen - 4.0m x 4.5m (13'1" x 14'9") -

Utility Room - 2.7m x 1.7m (8'10" x 5'6") -

Wc -

First Floor Landing -

Master Bedroom - 4.0m x 3.6m (13'1" x 11'9") -

En-Suite - 1.1m x 1.6m (3'7" x 5'2") -

Bedroom Two - 4.6m x 2.9m (15'1" x 9'6") -

Bedroom Three - 3.2m x 2.3m (10'5" x 7'6") -

Bathroom - 2.4m x 1.7m (7'10" x 5'6") -

Tenure

Freehold.

Services

We are informed the property is connected to all mains services.

Heating

Gas fired central heating.

Council Tax

Shropshire Council - Band D.

Nearest Airports

Birmingham Approximately 72 miles (duration: 1hr 34min via road)
Liverpool John Lennon Approximately 60miles (duration: 1hr 31min via road)
Bristol Approximately 131 miles (duration: 2hr 55min via road)
Manchester Approximately 62 miles (duration: 1hr 29min via road)

Links To Central London

Via Road - travel time is approximately 3hrs 32mins based on a 170 mile journey travelling along the M6 and then M1.
Via Rail travel time is approximately 2hrs 35min hours based on a standard transfer to London Euston via Birmingham New Street.

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