The Local Area
The historic town of Market Drayton was granted a market charter in 1245 and still hosts weekly street and livestock markets. The main street is enjoying an ongoing revival and is now host to a number of independent boutique style shops as well as the more widely known national chains. The comprehensive variety of amenities available in close proximity include supermarkets, schools, shops, leisure facilities and doctors' surgery.
Within a 20-mile radius are the bustling towns of Nantwich, Shrewsbury and Newcastle-under-Lyme, all of which offer a wider range of services.
The area is well served by established private and state primary and secondary schools and the property is well placed for commuters with excellent road and rail links and airports within 1.5 hours' drive. The renowned Universities of Keele and Harper Adams are both within half an hour's drive.
This stunning area of North Shropshire is particularly popular with walkers and cyclists who all enjoy combining the benefits of rural living with the convenience of nearby facilities. The Shropshire Union Canal is only a few hundred yards from the property and this offers miles of off-road walking routes which then link with a further network of footpaths.
· Sitting room, dining room, conservatory
· Well-fitted kitchen, utility room
· Four bedrooms, en-suite shower, bathroom
· Integral garage, perfect for storage
· Private and tranquil mature gardens
· Unusually large corner plot
· Far-reaching views over adjacent land
Glascoed was built new in 1979 and has been occupied by the same family to the current day. Over the years the property has been continually improved, first with a substantial extension to incorporate the original garage and provide a replacement and more recently the kitchen was fully refitted.
The property now offers spacious accommodation ideal for family living with two generous reception rooms on the ground floor. The sitting room runs the full width of the house whilst the dining room was converted from the original garage. The stunning kitchen is found to the rear of the house, overlooking the beautiful garden, and has the benefit of a comprehensive range of fitted units with integral Bosch and Beko appliances. The kitchen is further enhanced by the adjoining utility room which is home to another range of units providing further storage space. The L-shaped conservatory wraps around the sitting room and provides a wonderful position from which to fully appreciate the cherished gardens.
To the first floor are four double bedrooms, with the principle bedroom benefitting from en-suite facilities, and a family bathroom. Three of the bedrooms have the advantage of fitted wardrobes.
The property benefits from being a corner plot which means that not only does it have a larger than average garden, it also has a stunning outlook over adjacent land which is unusual for a property so conveniently close to town. The gardens are a riot of colour and are extensively planted with a wide range of flowers and shrubs. Mature hedgerows ensure complete privacy from neighbours and creates a tranquil, peaceful garden.
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