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The Old Dairy, Crudgington, Telford, Shropshire, TF6

4 bedroom detached house for sale

Located just off the A442 The Old Dairy is conveniently located for the nearby town of Newport (8 miles) and Telford (9 miles). Offering a spacious five bedroom family home with double garage and useful outbuildings with potential, subject to the necessary consents. EPC D

Charming family home
Useful outbuildings, suitable for a variety of uses
Convenient location in sought after village
Gardens
Garaging

Nock Deighton Country Homes is pleased to be marketing The Old Dairy in the sought after village of Crudgington. Located just off the A442 the property is conveniently located for the nearby town of Newport (8 miles) and Telford (9 miles).

Telford offers an array of shops, restaurants, schools and leisure facilities, as well as Telford Central railway station. The market town of Newport offers a variety of amenities and the county town of Shrewsbury is approximately 13 miles, offering more substantial facilities.

The Old Dairy is an immaculately presented family home, built to an exacting standard by our clients in the late 1990's. The property has all the charm and character of a period property whilst offering accommodation to suit modern living styles.

The property is approached from a private road and onto the gravel drive, which provides parking to the front of the property and leads around the property to the rear parking area adjacent to the double garage and outbuildings.

The Old Dairy is entered through the front door and into the welcoming entrance hall, which sits in the centre of the house and has an impressive split staircase and a convenient W.C.

There is a useful and bright dining room, which is adjacent to the wonderfully appointed kitchen. With a range of attractive floor and wall mounted kitchen units and a range cooker housed within a feature inglenook, there is ample space for a breakfast table. Exposed beams continue the farmhouse kitchen features.

The kitchen opens through to a family room/snug and subsequently the useful utility room. There is also a smaller hall leading to the rear of the property and a cloakroom.

The living room is accessed from the main entrance hall and provides a very comfortable and spacious area. With exposed beams and a brick inglenook fireplace housing a log burning stove, again, the period features continue. Double doors open out onto a fabulous patio area enclosed with ornamental ironwork and an arched, covered brick and tile log store.

From the living room, a door provides access into a secondary hallway, which allows access to a useful study, the fifth bedroom/toy room and the workshop, boiler room and double garage beyond.

Stairs to the first floor are located in the main entrance hall and the secondary hall where there is a wrought iron spiral staircase adjacent to a full height floor-ceiling feature window.

The first floor briefly comprises of the master bedroom suite with an ensuite shower-room and walk-in wardrobe, two further double bedrooms served by a well-appointed shower-room and the fourth bedroom which is adjacent to the family bathroom.

Outside, the property is surrounded by splendid gardens, mainly laid to lawn and bordered with shrubs and hedging. The gravelled driveway encircles the house to one side providing ample parking and access to the outbuildings.

The former parlour still stands and is currently utilised as a useful storage area, however with the relevant permissions it may be possible to convert these buildings into additional ancillary accommodation, office space, a gymnasium or entertaining space etc.

Tenure:
Freehold.

Services:
Mains water, electricity and gas. Private drainage. Gas fired central heating. There is broadband, however we cannot confirm the speeds available to the property. Services have not been checked by the agent.

Local Authority:
Telford & Wrekin Council. Council Tax Band F.

Viewings:
Strictly by appointment through the selling agents, Nock Deighton Country Homes - Contact the Telford Office on 01952 292 300 for more information or alternatively email telford@nockdeighton.co.uk

Direction:
Proceed from Telford along the A442 in a Northerly direction, at the Trench Lock Interchange proceed straight over (continuing along the A442) to the Hadley Park roundabout. Take the 3rd exit straight over until reaching the Leegomery roundabout and take the 3rd exit straight over. Upon reaching the Shawbirch roundabout take the 3rd exit right (continuing along the A442). Continue along this road into Crudgington and turn right at the crossroads signposted for Newport. Turn first right and the property can be found on the right hand side.

Proceed from Telford along the A442 in a Northerly direction, at the Trench Lock Interchange proceed straight over (continuing along the A442) to the Hadley Park roundabout. Take the 3rd exit straight over until reaching the Leegomery roundabout and take the 3rd exit straight over. Upon reaching the Shawbirch roundabout take the 3rd exit right (continuing along the A442). Continue along this road into Crudgington and turn right at the crossroads signposted for Newport. Turn first right and the property can be found on the right hand side.

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