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Rosemount, Cold Hatton

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Property Description 

This delightful bungalow is found in an attractive rural location and has the benefit of far-reaching views over the Shropshire countryside. However it is only nine miles from  the new town of Telford and twelve miles from the historic county town of Shrewsbury.

· Substantial kitchen with Rayburn, utility room

· Sitting room, conservatory

· Four bedrooms, family bathroom

· Scope for modernisation and extension

· Garage / workshop with inspection pit

· Outbuildings incl studio, agricultural buildings

· Attractive mature gardens and paddocks

· Far-reaching views over open countryside

From the rear garden there is access to the house via the conservatory which is well-placed to appreciate the attractive views over farmland towards The Wrekin. The adjoining spacious kitchen is of a  farmhouse-style with a solid fuel Rayburn which has a back boiler and can be used to fire the hot water system. Adjacent to the kitchen is a utility room. The sitting room has the benefit of dual aspect windows, overlooking the lovely gardens, creating a light and airy room in the summer months whilst a log burning stove ensures that the room is cosy in the colder months.

The master bedroom is found to one side of the property and is adjacent to the family bathroom with the three further bedrooms being found beyond the sitting room. The smallest of the bedrooms was originally a bathroom and we understand that the plumbing remains in place thereby offering a buyer the opportunity to reinstate the bathroom if required.

Externally Rosemount has the benefit of a number of domestic outbuildings including a garage and workshop with inspection pit.

Beyond this is a an additional detached building which has previously been used as a gym but would be ideal as a home office, artist’s studio or for further accommodation subject to the necessary planning consents. Attractive gardens are found to the rear of the property with well-stocked borders and an ornamental pond.

Additionally, within the rear paddock, there is a substantial portal framed agricultural building (30’ x 12’) which was erected in 2010 and would be ideal for housing of stock, equestrian use or storage of machinery. Beyond this is a clad pole barn which offers further space for storage of fodder. The main paddock extends beyond these buildings and offers excellent level grazing land. To the front of the property is a smaller paddock with selection of fruit trees which could offer further grazing space.  The plot as a whole extends to 0.9 Acre.

Whilst the property is situated close to the current A442 it has the advantage of being located beyond the now decommissioned road. The former road now offers a route for walking, or equally for riding along, and links to a number of smaller lanes, allowing access to further routes for exercising of horses or dogs and enjoyment of this attractive part of rural North Shropshire.

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