How to sell a Leasehold property faster!
There are many advantages to owning a leasehold property but when the time comes to sell there are a few pitfalls to avoid and tricks to speed up, the often drawn-out, process:
- Call your management company and/or freeholder to check that your account is up to date or even better in credit heading into the sales process. Also ask them if there any special conditions within the lease you need to follow before agreeing a sale.
- Find your original lease, any share certificates you own and full contact details of the management company and/or freeholder and pass over to your solicitors as quickly as you can.
- Be prepared to pay for and then actively chase your management company for their standard sellers pack as your buyers solicitors will need a copy ASAP. This is the most common delay in leasehold sales but can easily be avoided if you act fast!
- Confused by the process or legal jargon? Don’t be afraid to ask for help and advice from both your estate agents and solicitor, by giving them a call you tap into their years of experience – we love being helpful!
Guest Written by Claire Messenger, Sales Progressor
For more information please do not hesitate in contacting our Sales Progression Team on 01746 770 002
Three simple things you can do whilst being at home 2020
Whilst you may be continuing your work from home and still trying to maintain some levels of productivity, it is important to take regular breaks and still try to keep to a healthy routine. We have provided three very quick, simple and easy things you can do whilst being at home.
Learn a new skill
Take this as an opportunity to grow and develop your skills. This could range from as challenging as learning a new language to as simple as learning an interesting fact. Perhaps if you are helping your children with their home schooling it has inspired you to master fractions or have a better understanding of science, whatever it is now is an ideal time to do it.
Go out into the garden
With Spring just around the corner and this unexpecting sunshine, now is your chance to refresh the garden ready for the hotter seasons. Whilst you may not be able to go out and buy new plants, you can mow the lawn, tidy up your beds and remove all the leaves and dirt from your patio.
The cupboards, the messy drawer, the pantry, the space bedroom, anywhere! Set yourself a daily task of tidying small aspects of your home and cleaning up ready for Spring. Not only is this productive it also gives you a sense of achievement especially if you are currently not working.
For any help or advise during this uncertain period please do not hesistate in contacting your local Nock Deighton office.
For those that fall into the 'vulnerable' category please contact your local offices should you need anything! We are offering our services to help those in need in our local community.
We are also offering Virtual Viewings for those people that sill wish to progress with their property journey, here's how...
The key(s) to success!
Anyone who has been through the conveyancing process must agree that weeks of worry and uncertainty between agreeing an offer on a property, up until the day of completion, are amongst most stressful of your life. However, by learning a little more about the process and following a few simple pieces of advice can help keep down your stress levels and reduce timescales.
- Communication is key, while exciting developments may take place some weeks, others can be slower. Whatever is happening, keep in contact with both your estate agent and solicitors to ensure you are kept in the loop.
- Ensure you are able to commit time to the administrative side of moving house, yes it’s not as exciting as dreaming of your home but if you focus on gathering together the list of legal documents, ID and financial statements your solicitor will request within their initial documentation it will speed up later stages of the process.
- There are rare occasions when the legal process is completed within days however, a far more realistic expectation of timescale is 8-12 weeks, when chains are involved, and the majority of links have to obtain mortgages. Only solicitors can agree completion dates therefore, if you have any specific dates in mind due to pre-booked holidays etc please discuss these with your estate agent at offer stage and solicitor when you initially instruct them.
- Confused by the process or legal jargon? Don’t be afraid to ask for help and advice from both your estate agents and solicitor. You’ve spent time reading recommendations and talking to friends about their experiences before instructing local professionals, so let your hard work pay off by giving them a call to tap into their years of experience.
Have you got any more tips we can share? We’d love to hear your top 3 today!
Upper Norchard Barn, Dunley, Stourport-Upon-Severn, Worcestershire
For Sale- £995,000
1 Bedroom Annexe
Sitting in a quiet rural position in the north Worcestershire countryside, Upper Norchard Barn is a beautifully presented detached 17th Century barn conversion which sits in around 1 acre and is of timber frame and brick construction with a slate tiled roof. The property is Grade II listed and retains many of the original features from when it was initially renovated with exposed beams and unlike many barn conversions it enjoys light an airy accommodation throughout.
Take a look as Caroline Morse, Branch Principal at our Worcestershire branch, takes you around this beautiful barn.
Located in between the popular villages of Abberley (2 miles) & Dunley (2.5 miles) the property has easy access to the nearby riverside towns of Bewdley (6 miles) and Stourport (4 miles) which offer a variety of amenities such as schools, shops, doctors' surgeries, public houses and restaurants. The property is a short distance from the Severn Valley Railway at Kidderminster and the West Midland Safari Park in Bewdley.
More significant facilities are available in the nearby Cathedral city of Worcester (16 miles) and the city of Birmingham is easily commutable in just under an hour, being (29 miles) away. Motorway access is (14 miles) away with access to the M5 and M42 motorway being available at Bromsgrove.
Mainline railway stations are located at Worcester Shrub Hill and Foregate Street stations and nearer in Kidderminster.
Upper Norchard Barn is approached from a private bridle path up a tarmacadam lane and onto an attractive chipped stone driveway, with a lawned turning circle at its centre. Entering through the front door the reception room is open to the first floor with full height glazing allowing light to flood in. Stairs lead to a galleried landing providing access to first floor accommodation.
The reception hall has flagstone flooring and exposed beams and leads straight into a useful and attractively appointed private study with windows to both the front and rear and a log burning stove sitting within a brick fireplace.
A dining room is also accessed from the reception hall and also has exposed beams and windows to the front and rear. This room, again with flagstone flooring opens out to an inner hall, which provides access to the attractively appointed kitchen.
The kitchen has a range of units and a central island, all from Fired Earth, and complimented by a Rangemaster "Elan" cooker and double oven. Additionally, a "Royal" Range oven sits within a brick inglenook. A stable door provides access into the gardens and onto the private entertaining terrace. A doorway leads into the well appointed utility room with its polished white stone flooring and a door which leads out to the rear garden yard.
The inner hall has a well-appointed WC and cloakroom and further along into a charming second sitting room. This room has attractive wooden flooring, exposed beams and a charming brick inglenook fireplace with a Clearview log burning stove. Double doors open out into a timber framed garden room.
From here an impressive principal drawing room of some 24ft by 19ft with exposed timbers opening out into the roof space. This room has an abundance of features including the slate stonework hearth and wall for the log burner, the flagstone floor and the bar which sits beneath a timber framed staircase which leads to a self-contained guest bedroom suite with a large master bedroom and attractively appointed en suite bathroom.
From the reception hall, stairs lead to the first-floor landing which has access to two guest bedrooms served by a well-appointed shower room and the impressive master suite with a particularly attractive feature bathroom and associated dressing room.
The property is beautifully decorated with Farrow and Ball decor throughout and handmade wood framed windows to both the ground and the first floor; our clients have taken great care to ensure that the property has been decorated and upgraded to the highest of standards.
The property sits within grounds of around 1 acre with gardens to the rear of the property with a large paved entertaining terrace. This private garden is mainly laid to lawn and provides views over open countryside towards the Abberley Hills.
A single garage is integrated within the property and is connected to mains power.
To the front of the property is a small fenced paddock bordered on three sides by hedging and lined by the detached annex.
The annex is an attractive well-appointed, detached stone property with a kitchen, bathroom, sitting room and one bedroom and is suitable for a dependant relative, or even letting or holiday lets, subject to the relevant permissions. (Council Tax Band A).
Strictly by appointment through the sole selling agent, Nock Deighton.
Contact the Kidderminster Office
01562 745 082
Have you got a beautiful barn conversion like this? Get a FREE Online Valuation by clicking HERE and find out how much it could be worth.
Essential Reading: Septic Tank Regulation – January 2020
Written by Sales Director and Head of Country Homes, Ross D'Aniello
Traditionally in January I would review the previous year and cobble together an article trying to predict what will happen in the forthcoming year. Trust me when I tell you that this is no easy task, especially for 2020!
The good people at The Shropshire Magazine have asked some of the more influential & respected local agents to provide their thoughts on potential market activity in 2020 in an article elsewhere in this wonderful magazine that I have gladly contributed to, so for those who are curious my thoughts are contained in there. Quite frankly, reading it once will probably be enough!
So, instead I thought I’d provide some information which might very extremely important to some of you. If you have a septic tank read on; the following information is essential reading.
General Binding Rules: small sewage discharge to a surface water
It’s not exactly catchy but it might apply to you if you have a septic tank that discharges into a watercourse. Up until the end of 2019 you could “discharge” the separated waste water from within the septic tank through one of two ways: either into a drainage field/soakaway system or into a watercourse such as a stream or river
From January 1st 2020 you are no longer allowed to discharge from a septic tank into a watercourse of any other type of soakaway system other than a drainage field. The reason for this is that the “quality” of the waste water is no longer considered clean enough to flow straight into local watercourses or soakaway systems without causing pollution.
For a number of years property owners have not been allowed to install a new system that discharges into a watercourse, however provided that your existing septic tank wasn’t identified by the Environment Agency as causing pollution you were not obliged to change it.
This all changed from 1st January this year.
If your septic tank discharges into a watercourse, not a soakaway or drainage field then you must upgrade your system by either swapping your septic tank for a sewage treatment plant or, if possible, you must install a drainage field or soakaway system.
For those who worry that I am “giving the game away” to buyers this is now regulation and obligatory and solicitors acting on behalf of buyers will no doubt be thorough regarding this matter. The Property Consultants at Nock Deighton are all thoroughly briefed on this important issue and are well able to provide advice to potential clients who are wishing to sell and may be effected by this.
Property of the Month: 1 Horse & Jockey, Far Forest, Kidderminster
Kidderminster’s property of the month for December is the delightful 1 Horse & Jockey, Far Forest, Kidderminster.
After being renovated from the former public house in 2014, this property is bursting with character and charm, placed in a convenient location between Cleobury Mortimer and Kidderminster Town Centre whilst still enjoying the picturesque, rural views.
The front door opens into a porch area which leads through into the first reception room. A versatile area that can be used as a formal dining room or separate snug, amongst others. This room also provides access to the rear decking area.
Double doors lead into the breakfast kitchen that comprises a matching range of wall and base units. Integral appliances include a dishwasher and a freestanding Leisure cooker with an extractor above.
A further set of double doors lead into the incredibly spacious lounge/diner. With a raised fireplace housing a wood burner with brick hearth as the central focus point, this room provides a fantastic space to entertain with plenty of room for family and friends.
To the first floor are three bedrooms, two with en-suite bathrooms, and one family bathroom. All bathrooms are complete with white suites comprising low flush WC, wash hand basin and panelled bath with shower above. The master en-suite also houses a bidet.
Watch Caroline Morse, Branch Principal, as she takes you around this property in further detail.
You can view 1 Horse & Jockey HERE
To arrange your viewing please contact the Kidderminster office on
01562 745 082
CONDENSATION -how to avoid it this winter
We are finding that more and more rented properties are suffering with damp/condensation, which is a common complaint each winter. This sometimes leads to tenants seeking alternative accommodation, which is completely unnecessary in most cases, as the problem can usually be treated and then avoided.
Obviously, if there is water ingress into the property (e.g. from a roof leak or a burst/leaking pipe), this can cause damp and will require a builder/specialist contractor to remedy. But it is quite simple to differentiate between "damp" and "condensation".
What a lot of people don't realise is condensation is caused by an imbalance of heat and ventilation. Everyday modern living involves moisture in the home, but condensation can occur even in the warmest atmospheres, if the excess moisture can't get out, which is tricky in the winter when the air outside is cold and damp. Our aim is to help tenants understand what causes the problem, how to deal with it and how to prevent it from happening again.
Part of our campaign is to share this really helpful YouTube video with our tenants, put together by an independent contractor - it explains the difference between damp and condensation, how to prevent it and how to treat it.
After all, happy Tenants make happy Landlords!
For more information about this blog or our Property Management services contact Dawn Clarke…. email@example.com
25 White Properties We Have For Sale
Have you ever dreamed of owning a beautiful White property? From buildings such as Buckingham Palace to of course The White House itself White buildings undoubtedly do not go unnoticed.
Buying your dream White property could become more of a reality as at Nock Deighton we have a wide range of White properties to choose from.
Here are just 25 of them, in no particular order…
Number One: Brookside Manor, Bronygarth, Oswestry, Shropshire, SY10
This handsome country house, Brookside Manor is a substantial Victorian manor house totalling nearly 7000ft2. With ten bedrooms and extensive reception space, this White property makes for a fabulous family home and is currently successfully let by our clients as a holiday home.
You can view more of Brookside Manor HERE
Number Two: Stoney Cottage, Gyrn Road, Selattyn, Oswestry, Shropshire, SY10
Built in 2013, this White property enjoys wonderful views of the surrounding hills and countryside. This is an excellent mix of modern living within a character enriched area. Internally, the accommodation offers a full depth living room, full depth dinning kitchen, utility room and shower room on the ground floor. Upstairs, there are four double bedrooms with the Master being en-suite. A family bathroom services the remaining bedrooms along with the downstairs shower room.
You can view more of Stoney Cottage HERE
Number Three: Holmlea, Old Worcestershire Road, Waresley, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY11.
Enjoying a rural aspect to the front, this two/three bedroom White cottage benefits from being renovated throughout with a new kitchen, bathroom and comes complete with off road parking. Externally, the property offers a private courtyard area, ideal for al fresco dining, and a front garden mainly laid to lawn. The off road parking is provided via a gravelled area and benefits from being gated.
You can view more of Holmlea HERE
Number Four: 9 Clayton Close, Knowbury, Ludlow, Shropshire.
This modern White property is a well sized 2 double bedroom detached home coming with large car port, off street parking, downstairs WC, located at the end of a popular cul de sac in Knowbury. Upon entering the property the entrance hall leads you into the main reception room which is a large bright space with the front of the property being predominantly glass.
You can view more of 9 Clayton Close HERE
Number Five: 16 Hollybush Road, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16
This White property is located at the bottom of Railway Street, within walking distance of the town centre and the Severn Valley Railway. Accommodation briefly comprises, living room with beamed ceiling, open fire with brick surround and staircase to the first floor. The kitchen offers a range of wall and base units with matching worktops, inset sink unit and tiled splashbacks. Just off the kitchen is a small breakfast area, and a useful cave store beyond.
You can view more of 16 Hollybush Road HERE
Number Six: 5 Old Office Road, Dawley, Telford, Shropshire, TF4
This particularly spacious White semi-detached family home benefits from uPVC double glazing throughout and gas fired central heating. Accommodation briefly comprises large dining kitchen with breakfast bar, living room with French doors out to the rear. Stairs ascend from the dining area to the first-floor landing where there are 3 well proportioned bedrooms and a large bathroom with separate shower cubicle and freestanding bath. Outside to the front there is a driveway providing parking for 1-2 vehicles. To the rear there is a paved patio area with steps up to the main lawned area which is enclosed by the close board fencing with gated side access.
You can view more of 5 Old Office Road HERE
Number Seven: Abbots Lea, Trimpley, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12
An extremely appealing four bedroom country home set in impressive grounds measuring up to 1.74 acres. Being situated in a particularly lovely rural spot, but being a short distance from the historic riverside town of Bewdley and the larger town of Kidderminster, it is an ideal choice for those families who have a need for an excellent country home in a convenient location.
You can view more of Abbots Lea HERE
Number Eight: Gorst Hall, Barnetts Lane, Kidderminster, DY10
The former 17th Century White farm house has retained all of its original features with the current owner of twenty plus years keeping this stunning four bedroom property decorated with taste and style.
Gorst Hall is currently home to two donkeys that enjoy the generous one acre garden and attached brick built stables. There is a large detached workshop complete with three phase power that is currently used as a personal training studio, Further outbuildings and generous parking.
You can view more of Gorst Hall HERE
Number Nine: 75 Forton Road, Newport, Shropshire, TF10
This partially white property we thought deserved to be on the list. The 5 bedroom property boasts spacious and flexible accommodation over three floors to suit modern multi- generational family living. Consideration has been given within the design to maximise natural light through contemporary window spaces, heightened ceilings and a mezzanine floor. Fixtures and fittings throughout are to a high standard and include integrated Bosch appliances, oak doors, Porcelanosa ceramic, travertine tiling and bi fold doors.
This home was built within passive house guidelines and consists of under floor heating, triple glazing, solar panels and provision for rain water harvesting.
You can view more of 75 Forton Road HERE
Number Ten: Sutherland Cottage, Duke Street, St. Georges, Telford, Shropshire, TF2
This charming detached White Duke of Sutherland cottage briefly comprises breakfast kitchen, living room with open fire, dining room with log burning stove. On the first floor there are 3 well-proportioned bedrooms, and a shower room. Outside to the front there is an enclosed garden with a lawn and well-established flower/shrub borders. There is also timber decked gazebo with a wood burning stove.
You can view more of Sutherland Cottage HERE
Number Eleven: 68 Station Road, Lawley Bank, Telford, Shropshire, TF4
This spacious detached dormer bungalow briefly comprises entrance hall, living room with sliding patio doors out onto a balcony, dining room, kitchen, 2 ground floor bedrooms, shower room, rear porch, 1 double first floor bedroom with en suite WC. Whilst being a predominately White building, it is complimented with blue accents. Outside the property is has gardens to all sides comprising hard landscaped areas with gravelled pathways and borders. To the rear there is a lawned garden with inset shrubs and bushes.
You can view more of 68 Station Road HERE
Number Twelve: The Dendale, Plot 18, Woodfields, Hinstock, TF9
The Dendale is a brand new three bedroom detached home built by Galliers Homes. Located in the popular village of Hinstock between Market Drayton & Newport both offering great schools and local amenities. The accommodation comprises :- A lounge, kitchen diner, utility room & WC to the ground floor. To the first floor three bedrooms with the master having an en-suite and a family bathroom. Externally the property has an enclosed rear garden, off street parking and a garage. Completion due April 2020
You can view more of The Dendale HERE
Number Thirteen: 8 Crumps Brook, Hopton Wafers, Kidderminster, Shropshire, DY14
This immaculate four bedroom detached White property occupies almost 3 acres, with a double detached garage, large detached workshop and a stone built stable block with planning permission to extend and convert into a separate dwelling. The property has been improved to a high standard by the current owners, both inside and out, and is now available with the stone stable with full planning permission granted to convert into accommodation.
You can view more of 8 Crumps Brook HERE
Number Fourteen: Red Hill, Spoonley Gate, Pattingham, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, WV6
This delightful home was significantly extended in the 1980's to create spacious family accommodation internally, which is complemented by mature gardens, ample parking with garaging, and a wooded backdrop. You are welcomed into the home by an impressive and welcoming entrance hall with large fitted wall mirror, guest cloaks/ WC with shower, and a staircase to the first floor having spindled balustrade and storage cupboard under. A short set of steps leads up to the 26ft living room which is ideal for modern family living and offers wide windows at each end, and an electric fire with large working stone fireplace surround.
You can view more of Red Hill HERE
Number Fifteen: Hunters Lodge, Church Eaton Road, Bromstead, Newport, TF10
Hunters Lodge located in the sought after rural hamlet of Bromstead, constructed in 1982 this impressive five bedroom detached White property is within four miles of Newport and nine miles of Stafford both providing excellent schools, shops and amenities. Inside the property you will find a welcoming entrance hall, sitting room with log burner, dining room, WC, utility room, study and a kitchen breakfast room with granite worksurfaces, integral dishwasher & wine cooler and a Rangemaster cooker. On the first floor there are five bedrooms with the master bedroom having an en-suite and a family bathroom.
You can view more of Hunters Lodge HERE
Number Sixteen: 44 The Mines, Benthall, Broseley, Shropshire, TF12
this delightful White cottage is situated in a semi rural position in Benthall, lying approximately one mile from the historic town of Ironbridge famous for the World's first iron bridge erected in 1779 and designated a World Heritage Site. he cottage itself consists of a dining kitchen, living room with open fire and a parlour. There are several character features such as the doors, exposed timber flooring and fireplaces. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, w/c and a recently refitted bathroom with freestanding bath and separate shower enclosure.
You can view more of 44 The Mines HERE
Number Seventeen: Tumbleweed Cottage, 76 Lowe Lane, Alveley, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV15
Tumbleweed Cottage is believed to have been a mid-19th century farm cottage but has been extensively modernised over the years. The kitchen which enjoys views across the garden is well equipped with a Rayburn unit, oil fired, which offers Aga cooking and central heating, in addition there is an itegrated dishwasher, fridge, electric oven and hob. A utility room offers a useful area for washing machine, tumble drier and fridge/freezer and storage space. The property is entered via a welcoming entrance hall with a refitted guest cloaks WC. The lounge has exposed beams with a Clearview log burner. The lounge leads to the garden with paved patio, well-matured trees and well-maintained borders. At the far end of the garden is an impressive building which can be used as extra accommodation, granny annex, garden office or studio. There is also a greenhouse and garden shed.
You can view more of Tumbleweed Cottage HERE
Number Eighteen: 1 Tulip Walk, Gnosall, Stafford, ST20
Built in 2017 by Linden Homes is this spacious, well-presented, detached home occupying a secluded corner position in the popular village of Gnosall. The property benefits from flexible accommodation, walled garden and detached double garage. This modern White home is entered through a wide entrance hall with two storage cupboards and cloakroom. Amtico flooring leads throughout the ground floor except for the living room. Double doors lead to the living room which is double aspect with an attractive square bay window to the side. On the opposite side of the hall is the study and the family room with double doors to the rear garden. At the rear of the house is a large triple aspect kitchen/dining room. Fitted with a range of modern wall and base units fitted with Bosch appliances including dishwasher, double ovens, gas hob, fridge, freezer and dishwasher. Doors leads straight out to the rear garden.
You can view more of 1 Tulip Walk HERE
Number Nineteen: 13 Ludlow Heights, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16
This superbly appointed family home has been extensively refurbished and upgraded by the current owners to create a spacious family home set within a great position for access to the local shops and schools. The property offers a quiet cul-de-sac location and pleasant views across town. A welcoming entrance with storage cupboard and refitted guest WC, leads all principal rooms on the ground floor and offers staircase to the first floor. The property is approached via a wide gravelled driveway which affords off road parking for several cars. To the rear is a raised timber decked area with steps leading to the astro turf lawn making it an ideal garden for the modern family. There is also a gated side access.
You can view more of 13 Ludlow Heights HERE
Number Twenty: 3 Ryton Hall, Ryton Park, Ryton, Shifnal, TF11
This stunning duplex apartment is the largest within this fantastic period conversion which was carried out in 2002 and is one of 10 properties within the hall. The spacious living space (approximately 2000 sq ft) briefly comprises shared (with one other residence) entrance hall accessed via a security intercom, dining hall, living room, utility room, guest cloakroom, large breakfast kitchen with sitting area. On the first floor there are 3 large light and airy double bedrooms, 2 en suite shower rooms and a large en suite bathroom.
The property is surrounded by well-maintained gardens with views over the countryside. There are 2 allocated parking spaces to the front of the hall and further visitor parking is available to the rear. There is a large brick built store which is shared.
You can view more of 3 Ryton Hall HERE
Number Twenty One: 56 Shrewsbury Road, Edgmond, Newport, TF10
This three bedroom detached family home benefits from a large plot, ample parking and has no onward chain. Edgmond is a sought after village with a shop/post office and has a highly regarded primary school within the Newport secondary school catchment area.
This property offers countryside views from the rear garden towards Chetwynd Deer Park.
This family home consists of three double bedrooms, kitchen, sitting room, dining room, family bathroom and a downstairs shower room.
To the outside the garden is mainly laid to lawn with borders of mature shrubs. The driveway provides ample parking leading to a carport and a detached garage.
You can view more of 56 Shrewsbury Road HERE
Number Twenty Two: Longcourt Cottage, 11 Pipers Lane, Edmond, Newport, TF10
This beautiful White property is situated in the sought after village of Edgmond in a `chocolate box`position behind the village church at the end of a popular side street. Edgmond has a village shop/post office, two popular eateries and a highly regarded primary school. Edgmond benefits from being within Newport secondary school catchment area. This well presented detached period cottage is filled with character features and boasts a breakfast kitchen, 2 reception rooms, utility, guest cloakroom, 3 bedrooms and a bathroom.
You can view more of Longcourt Cottage HERE
Number Twenty Three: Oakleaf Cottage, Woodlands Walk, Beech Road, Telford, TF8
This beautiful, modern, White Cottage offers the new owners particularly spacious ground floor accommodation with its Living Room and Lounge Diner. Completing the ground floor is the kitchen, utility room, shower room and an impressive master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and vaulted ceiling. Upstairs, there are two further bedrooms of about equal size. Outside, there is driveway parking to the front and then a substantial enclosed lawn garden which is flat and particularly private.
You can view more of Oakleaf Cottage HERE
Number Twenty Four: Quayside, 13 The Wharfage, Ironbridge, Shropshire, TF8
Quayside is a most attractive Grade II Listed period White home which is situated in the heart of Ironbridge in the famous Ironbridge Gorge. The property is arranged over three floors with the ground floor offering a study/office and an integral garage/workshop with plumbing for a washing machine. To the front of the property is a driveway in front of the garage doors and a bin store. The first floor is then home to the kitchen, dining area and full depth living room. Both the living room and kitchen have windows overlooking the river. Some clever cupboard storage has been built under the stairs that lead to the second floor. The second floor is home to the three bedrooms. These are serviced by the family bathroom with shower over the bath. This floor also provides access to the enclosed, private courtyard garden where a gate at back provides access to the further tiered lawn garden via wharfage steps.
You can view more of Quayside HERE
Number Twenty Five: The Mines Cottage, 52 The Mines, Benthall, Broseley, Shropshire, TF12
The ground floor accommodation includes an entrance hallway, w/c and a utility room that has plumbing for a washing machine, a cream gloss finish kitchen, a fantastic sized dining room full of original period features, a good-sized lounge with a Burley wood burner and inglenook surround and an ideal study / 3rd bedroom.
Upstairs via the open staircase, there are two double bedrooms to which both having fitted wardrobes, bedroom one has exposed beams and bedroom 2 has additional built in storage cupboards. Both of these rooms over look the garden. There is also a shower room with a double shower tray and also a separate wc.
You can view more of The Mines Cottage HERE
Hopefully now you can see there we have a wide range of white properties, all ranging in price to suit your requirements. Get in touch today to start finding your dream property.
This week’s investment opportunity is 37 Heron Way, Newport.
Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac this one-bedroom freehold home would make a fantastic buy to let or indeed first home.
Located within a mile of Newport Town Centre which boats an array of unique shops, cafés, restaurants and schools.
Watch below as Dawn Clarke explains why this property would make a good investment and goes over the expected rent and achievable yield.
If you would like to book a viewing of this property, then please contact our Newport office on 01952 570222
For more information about investment opportunities please contact Dawn Clarke, Lettings Director, on 01952 290163
Watch below as Dawn Clarke, Lettings Director, explains our new deposit replacement scheme that we are offering to tenants, in replacement of the traditional deposit being equivalent to five weeks rent.
An insurance scheme will cover landlords with this change, for up to 8 weeks rent.
Dawn explains in further detail the benefits of this and how this can help both landlords and tenants.
For more information please contact our lettings department on 01952 290 163
If you would like to take a look at our current rental properties, you can do so by clicking here.
Over the last 12 months the property market in Newport has changed. Below you can see how many sales there have been, the average price of these sales and how this price has changed over the past year.
Keeping up to date with the local market is important, especially if you live there or are planning on moving there. The Newport market has had a total value change of 26.9% over the past 5 years.
With the accessibility, beautiful countryside, excellent schools and facilities available in Newport making it an ideal place to live. The large market town is home to vast array of shops, cafes and restaurants. As well as the annual Newport Show that celebrates all things agricultural.
For more information about the local market and starting your property journey in Newport, contact us today or visit The Newport Property Page
To find out how much your Newport Property could be worth, get a FREE Online Valuation here in under 30 seconds.
Over the last 12 months the property market in Telford has changed. Below you can see how many sales there have been, the average price of these sales and how this price has changed over the past year.
Keeping up to date with the local market is important, especially if you live there or are planning on moving there. The Telford market has had a total value change of 15.19% over the past 5 years.
With the accessibility, transport links and facilities available in Telford making it an ideal place to live. There are several shopping centres, large retailers, the Telford Town park and events held all year round.
For more information about the local market and starting your property journey in Telford, contact us today or visit The Telford Property Page
To find out how much your Telford Property could be worth, get a FREE Online Valuation here in under 30 seconds.
Telford’s Property of the Month
Eastbrook House, 61 Wheatfield Drive, Shifnal
Shifnal is a small market town which benefits from railway station that provides direct links to the West Midlands & London (a 3 minute walk from the property), also has easy access onto the M54 motorway, M6 & M1 respectively. The town has a good shopping centre including a primary school, railway station, numerous restaurants and pubs, regular farmers market, annual arts festival and carnival and other amenities. Telford town centre is approximately 5 miles distant with major departmental stores, a cinema, ice rink, DIY stores, major supermarkets, railway station and M54 motorway link. Wolverhampton is approximately 17 miles distant and Shrewsbury approximately 20 miles distant.
This spacious detached individually designed family home briefly comprises entrance hall, family room, kitchen dining room, guest cloakroom, large living room, conservatory.
On the first floor there are 4 well proportioned bedrooms all benefitting from new fitted carpets, en suite shower room to the master bedroom, and a refitted family bathroom with separate bath and shower cubicle.
Outside to the front there is a driveway providing parking for several cars and access to the single integral garage.
The gardens extend from the front to the side and rear and are laid mainly to lawn. The gardens are enclosed by close board fencing with gated side access.
Take a look below as James takes you through this property
For more information about Eastbrook House and to arrange your viewing please contact our Telford office on 01952 292 300
Ironbridge Market Update
Over the last 12 months the property market in Ironbridge has changed. Below you can see how many sales there have been, the average price of these sales and how this price has changed over the past year.
Keeping up to date with the local market is important, especially if you live there or are planning on moving there. The Ironbridge market has had a total value change of 15.19% over the past 5 years.
With the accessibility and facilities available in Ironbridge it is increasingly becoming a sought-after area to live in. With a wide variety of traditional shops and larger retailers, a vast array of restaurants serving beautiful food including a Thai, Indian and Fish&Chip Shop, and lots of historic attractions including The Iron Bridge and museums, this is really a wonderful place to live.
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Ludlow Local Market Update
Over the last 12 months the property market in Ludlow has changed. Below you can see how many sales there have been, the average price of these sales and how this price has changed over the past year.
Keeping up to date with the local market is important, especially if you live there or are planning on moving there. The Ludlow market has had a total value change of 26% over the past 5 years.
With the accessibility and facilities available in Ludlow it is increasingly becoming a sought-after area to live in. With a wide variety of boutique shops and larger retailers, a vast array of restaurants serving beautiful food and lots of historic attractions including Ludlow Castle, this is really a wonderful place to live.
To find out how much your Ludlow Property could be worth, get a FREE Online Valuation here in under 30 seconds.
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