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Chetwynd End House, Chetwynd End, Newport, Shropshire, TF10

5 bedroom detached house for sale

Set in a highly sought-after location, this majestic four-bedroom Grade II listed period property has the benefit of additional ancillary accommodation ideal for multifamily living or as income generation all within glorious gardens and grounds with the added bonus of security access, triple garage and outbuildings.

KITCHEN
SITTING ROOM
DRAWING ROOM
DINING ROOM
GARDEN ROOM
FOUR BEDROOMS
THREE BATHROOMS
SEPARATE ONE BEDROOM COACH HOUSE
ONE BEDROOM COTTAGE
EASY MAINTAINED GARDENS
TRIPLE GARAGE
SECURITY GATED ACCESSES

Chetwynd End House is a truly majestic Grade II listed Georgian town property set on the edge of the renowned historic Shropshire market town of Newport which is close to the Staffordshire border. Versatile accommodation with the former servants' quarters provides the opportunity for extended family living, current rental income or to incorporate back into the family home. With the added bonus of the coach house, a one-bedroom apartment also provides rental income set above useful outbuildings and triple garage, both with their own access drive giving the main house privacy.

Well proportioned, this stately property enjoys a large drawing room, garden room and formal dining room overlooking the charming garden to the side with a further sitting room to the front of the house, kitchen, laundry and very useful barrel top wine cellar and adjoining cellar below. To the first floor, four bedrooms two of which are ensuite and a family bathroom.

Security gated access provides a large gravel parking area to the front that is automatically lit from dusk. Separate security gated access onto cobbled parking area for the outbuildings, garage, Cottage and Coach House. From Forton Road there is another gated entrance drive which sweeps in around the side. A charming garden edged with trees, flower and shrub borders provides privacy and an oasis from the hustle and bustle with a water feature and pond, separate kitchen garden and greenhouse, level lawns and seating areas great for alfresco dining. With the bonus of lighting in the garden, around the pond and illuminating the large tree, the garden can be enjoyed well in to the evening.

Chetwynd End is an area of Newport (0.5 miles) and is perfect for those who wish to enjoy the community of a market town but are required to commute. It is conveniently located for easy commuter links via the M6 to the West, junction 14, 12.6 miles away and the M54, to the South, junction 4, 8.2 miles away. Direct trains to the Midlands are available from Telford Central station 8.9 miles away. Stafford Station 11.5 miles away provides direct trains to Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham, with trains to London which take approximately 1h 17mins.   

Day to day amenities can be found in Newport which has an active community with a range of clubs and societies, national chain stores as well as independent shops and cafes. The popular Lilleshall Hall Golf Club and Lilleshall Hall Sport Centre are both within 4 miles and Shifnal Golf Club within 9 miles. Racing at Wolverhampton and Ludlow. There are a number of well-respected state and independent schools in the area including, Idsall School, Shifnal, King Edward VI High School and Stafford Grammar, Burton Borough, Newport High School for Girls and Haberdashers Adams Grammar School, as well as Harper Adams University.

The House
The property is accessed a number of ways either from the side owned drive from Forton Road, or from the Castle House Preparatory School through security gates to the front and rear of the property, both of which have ample space for numerous vehicles. From the front gravel parking area, steps lead up to the front door into the welcoming entrance hall. The house retains period features which includes amongst other things, some cornicing and ceiling roses and also has a Bang and Oleffsen music system installed throughout the ground floor and garden, with the exception of the sitting room.

The formal dining room which can easily seat twelve or more with wonderful bay window and open fireplace and to the right, a charming sitting room to the front with ornate fireplace. Moving through the archway in the hall to a cloakroom and through to the wonderful kitchen with Rangemaster and integrated appliances with laundry and external door beyond. Underneath the kitchen and accessed from the hall lies the cellar and barrel top wine cellar.

Opposite the stairs, the garden room has French doors out to a seating area and the garden. Beyond this room, the wonderful serene drawing room where one can take full advantage of the gardens and grounds from the seating area in the bay window.

Ornate staircase leads to a large landing area with lightwell and walk in wardrobe which originally would have been a passage to the servants' quarters. The master with a large ensuite which has a bath and separate power shower, another large bedroom, family bathroom and a suite that incorporates a linked dressing room, which is alternatively bedroom four and currently an office with a well-proportioned bedroom and ensuite.

Outbuildings & Ancillary Accommodation
Attached to the rear of the principal house is a particularly useful one-bedroom cottage with galley kitchen, sitting/dining room and upstairs a bedroom, box room ideal for storage and a bathroom with separate shower that has a wonderful fireplace. Private from the main house, both the Cottage and the Coach House have their own vehicular access through security gates onto a cobbled parking area. The Cottage enjoys a decked seating area to the front. Formerly the servant's quarters and renovated by our clients, providing rental income of 8,400 per annum. This could easily be incorporated back into the main house, subject to the necessary consents or provide separate accommodation for multifamily living

Opposite the Cottage, a range of attractive outbuildings include a triple garage with light and power. Adjoining this, on the ground floor the old privy, coal and woodstore, the old stables now a garden store and store and tack room with WC and the original cast iron range. Above here on the first floor, the converted Coach House with kitchen, sitting/dining room, bathroom and bedroom with vaulted ceilings and Economy 7 heating and outside space for a bistro set. This provides a rental income of 8,340 per annum and could also be used by extended family and has holiday lets potential.

AGENTS NOTES
Both rental properties currently have tenants insitu on a rolling Assured Shorthold Tenancy and will require two months' notice to vacate once a sale is agreed, or can remain should a new purchaser wish. Carpets, curtains, some wall and ceiling lights, four poster bed, two large double wardrobes, Rangmaster cooking stove, Hotpoint washing machine and tumble drier are available by separate negotiation. The antique fitted wardrobe in bedroom two will remain. The Cottage and Coach House are fully furnished and include the crockery, cutlery and glasses which will be included in the sale. The large brown sofa, bedside cupboards and chest of drawers are not included neither are any items belonging to the tenants.

Tenure
The property is offered for sale Freehold with Vacant Possession.

Local Authority
Telford & Wrekin Council. Principal House and Coach House Council Tax Band G. The Cottage Council Tax Band B.

Services
Mains electricity, water and mains drainage. Gas fired central heating in the principal house and the Cottage. All showers in the main house are power showers run off the gas hot water. Services have not been tested by the agent.

Viewings
Strictly by prior appointment through the selling agents, Nock Deighton Newport - please contact 01952 570222 for more information or alternatively email newport@nockdeighton.co.uk

Direction:
From the agent's head office in Bridgnorth take the A442 signposted Telford for 6.3 miles and at the Sutton Maddock roundabout take the second exit on the B4379 and A4169 to Shifnal. Drive out of Shifnal on the B4379 across the A5 and through Sheriffhales and Heath Hill before turning left on to the A41. Continue on the A41 for 4 miles and go straight over the first two roundabouts. At the third roundabout turn left on the B5062 Forton Road signposted Shrewsbury and Newport for approximately 0.8 miles and Chetwynd End House will be seen on the left-hand side, as indicated by our for-sale board.

From the agent's head office in Bridgnorth take the A442 signposted Telford for 6.3 miles and at the Sutton Maddock roundabout take the second exit on the B4379 and A4169 to Shifnal. Drive out of Shifnal on the B4379 across the A5 and through Sheriffhales and Heath Hill before turning left on to the A41. Continue on the A41 for 4 miles and go straight over the first two roundabouts. At the third roundabout turn left on the B5062 Forton Road signposted Shrewsbury and Newport for approximately 0.8 miles and Chetwynd End House will be seen on the left-hand side, as indicated by our for-sale board.

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