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£750,000

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Guide Price

25 East Castle Street, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16

5 bedroom terraced house for sale

An immaculate Grade II listed 5/6-bedroom town house with a highly sought-after address located in the beautiful market town of Bridgnorth with easily maintained gardens to the rear and enjoying spectacular far reaching views. EPC Exempt

Large Kitchen Breakfast Room with Bifold Doors to Rear
Stunning Drawing Room
Library/Study
Five to Six Bedrooms
Boot Room
Family Bathroom
Cellar & Useful Outbuildings
Rear Garden with Glorious Views
Grade II Listed/Conservation Area

Immaculately presented and recently renovated, 25 East Castle Street is set on a prestigious street steeped in history which follows the natural curve of the Castle's outer bailey, also reminiscent of a Georgian crescent. Thomas Telford, the famous civil engineer, once lived on this street and designed St Mary Magdalene Church which stands majestically at the end before the castle gardens and the castle remnants. During renovations, our clients uncovered a wall in the front bedroom made from the beautiful red sandstone which is thought to have been reclaimed from the Castle.

The property offers enviable and well-proportioned accommodation set over four floors to include the useful cellar storage, which is complemented by its wonderful level rear garden with useful outbuildings and from here, enjoys the most spectacular views.

Located on a quiet street just off the centre of historic Bridgnorth in High Town. Bridgnorth, set on the banks of the River Severn which divides the town in to two and originally linked by the Victorian funicular railway and the "Donkey Steps", hence High Town and Low Town, was once a renowned busy fishing port. The bustling town has the castle remnants, the ancient Cartway leading down to the Quayside, the cliffs and caves of Lavington Gardens, Severn Park and the Seven Valley Railway, as well as good local shopping, amenities and recreational facilities and still enjoys regular Antique and local produce markets. The larger centres of Telford, Kidderminster, Wolverhampton and the Black Country, also with good road and rail links, are some 12.5, 14.3 and 14.9 miles away, respectively.

The House
From East Castle Street, the attractive front door surrounded by coloured leaded lights opens into the welcoming reception hall which has newly laid parquet flooring and a useful cloaks cupboard. To the right, the first reception room with windows overlooking East Castle Street is used as a library by our clients and lends itself very well as a study.
The stunning drawing room to the rear has a feature fireplace with inset Clearview multi fuel burner and fabulous French doors flanked by original full-length shutters opening out to the gravel sun terrace. This room and indeed this house, is a real treat for those with a passion to the past, as many period features have been retained and in here include the picture rail and ceiling roses.

The heart of this home is this truly wonderful open plan snug with feature fireplace and inset multi burner which leads to the dining area and handmade Shaker kitchen with central island. The kitchen has been carefully thought out and uses every possible space and up to date technology suitable for modern living. The vaulted ceiling with timbers and superb Bi-folding doors opening out to the garden add to the ambiance of this wonderful room. Beyond the kitchen, a very useful boot room incorporating a WC, corner shower, Belfast sink and utility area with planned space for a washing machine and drier with a stable door out to the rear garden.

From the hallway, stairs lead down to a cellar with two useful compartments, ideal for wine and storage. A charming staircase leads up to the first floor where the generous master bedroom with stunning views out to The Hermitage can be found. Along with a bedroom utilised as a dressing room, the family bathroom with slipper clawed foot bath, separate shower and splendid atrium and a suite of two front bedrooms with enclosed storage, one of which having the exposed red sandstone feature wall.

A secondary staircase leads up to two connecting attic bedrooms, currently used as a bedroom and a playroom but also ideal for a home office or teenage den.

Gardens & Grounds
The gardens and grounds to this property take full advantage of the glorious views out across the Cliff Railway, River Severn, Low Town and out to The Hermitage, these elevated views can be enjoyed whatever the time of year. The summer house at the end of the garden is ideally placed for a summer afternoon, or an autumnal evening watching the fireworks and even in the winter looking out at the Christmas lights.

The attractive walled cottage garden has a level lawn with flower beds and borders, as well as an array of fruit trees and an established Fig tree and Wisteria. A side path from the boot room to the gardeners WC, log store and summer house continues down to a pedestrian gate leading out on to Castle Walk. Adjacent to the kitchen and drawing room, a gravel sun terrace ideal for alfresco dining which is a real sun trap.

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

Local Authority
Shropshire Council. Council Tax Band G.

Services
Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage. Gas fired central heating. Services have not been tested by the agent.

Viewings
Strictly by prior appointment through the selling agents, Nock Deighton Country Homes - Contact Hazel Price or Ross D'Aniello on 01746 770 002 for more information or alternatively email countryhomes@nockdeighton.co.uk

Direction:
From the agent's office in Whitburn Street proceed to the end of the one-way street and turn right into High Street, passing the old town hall to the end of the High Street and where the road narrows cross the junction of Cartway and Listley Street into West Castle Street. Turn left in front of the Shakespeare Inn in to the no through road of East Castle Street and Number 25 will be found on the left-hand side. Parking in this street is for permit holders and two are allocated per property with up to four vehicles being registered to them.

From the agent's office in Whitburn Street proceed to the end of the one-way street and turn right into High Street, passing the old town hall to the end of the High Street and where the road narrows cross the junction of Cartway and Listley Street into West Castle Street. Turn left in front of the Shakespeare Inn in to the no through road of East Castle Street and Number 25 will be found on the left-hand side. Parking in this street is for permit holders and two are allocated per property with up to four vehicles being registered to them.

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