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RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT LAND AND DETACHED COUNTRY COTTAGE
Paddock Cottage and the development land is situated in the Shropshire parish of Kinlet. Button Bridge lies on the edge of Wyre Forest, one of Britain's largest ancient woodlands of over 6,500 acres. The whistle of the steam trains, plying their route up and down the Severn Valley Railway between Bridgnorth and Bewdley, carries across the fields and woods that make up this tranquil corner of England.
The property offers great access to Bewdley, one of the most perfect small Georgian towns in Worcestershire, with the river Severn running through and a rich and undulating landscape that provides a fabulous heritage. A comprehensive range of amenities for education, sporting and recreational are close by. There is a variety of local shops, and a doctor's surgery within Bewdley. Birmingham is approximately 24 miles away and the cathedral city of Worcester approximately 16 miles distant which provide direct rail connections to London. The M5 motorway is accessed via junction 5 at Droitwich and Junctions 6 & 7 to the north and south of Worcester.
The whole property is accessed through an electronic gated entrance from a shared driveway leading from the B4194 between Kinlet and Bewdley. A wide sweeping drive leads to Paddock Cottage with Plot One on the right hand side and Plot Two within its own fenced area beyond the cottage.
RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT PLOTS
Outline planning consent has been granted for the development of two detached dwellings within the site as shown on the plans attached (Application No 17/00746/OUT - dated 28th July 2017 - details can be downloaded at ;
A wonderful detached country cottage, beautifully positioned offering potential to extend and improve this well-proportioned country home set within generous private gardens, outside seating area and a detached three car garage with first floor workshop and storage. The original house dates back some 300 years.
RECEPTION ENTRANCE: The front door is accessed through a solid timber front door with glazing above, opening out to an open entrance with ceramic flooring. Doors lead to the family lounge, dining room, Kitchen, under stairs cupboard and WC.
FAMILY LOUNGE: Fully carpeted, central heating radiator, wall and ceiling lighting with double doors into dining room with wood burning fire, beamed ceiling and double French windows leading to a patio area to the front of the property.
DINING ROOM: Fully carpeted, central heating radiator, wall and ceiling lighting with beamed ceiling with window overlooking the front gardens.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: with quarry tiled floor which runs throughout, a central island unit with seating area (which may be available for purchase under separate negotiation with the vendors) with granite top and a mixture of pendant lights and spotlights and space for a standalone fridge, and a gas Rangemaster cooker (calor gas).
The kitchen units are solid wood units with a blend of granite and rolled top surfaces. The kitchen leads directly to the Utility Area.
UTILITY AREA: Having continuation of the quarry tiled flooring, two windows that overlook the garden and courtyard , roll top work surfaces, a ceramic sink and room for both fitted family washing machine and tumble dryer . This room also houses central heating boiler (kerosene).
DOWNSTAIRS WC: a ceramic tile floor, a single ceiling spotlight, a radiator, basin with pedestal, low flush WC and coat hanging area with two opaque windows.
From the main reception hall stairs lead up to the first floor corridor landing with 3 bedrooms and a house bathroom.
MASTER BEDROOM: fitted wardrobes, carpets, ceiling lighting, central heating radiator with windows both to side and front. The windows are double glazed wooden framed quarter lights.
BEDROOM TWO: currently used as a dressing room, but large enough for a double bed with windows over the main garden area has fitted wardrobes, carpets, ceiling lighting, central heating radiator.
BEDROOM THREE: overlooking the side courtyard again with central heating radiator and carpeted.
FAMILY BATH ROOM: with tiled floor roll top standalone bath with shower and tap attachments, low flush WC, wash hand basin. Opaque windows are overlooking the rear of the property. Large curved shower with complimentary tiling and a rain head shower facility plus a chrome heated towel rail and spotlighting.
The upstairs provides stunning views over the surrounding country side with open fields and woodland. The landing has small alcove seating area with window overlooking front of house and loft storage in the eaves.
The landing has a central heating radiator with smoke detector, fire alarm and pendant light with shelving to staircase. Good sized landing area with good head height throughout.
EXTERIOR: the front of the property is approached though low maintenance gardens with low stone walls and wooded fencing creating a series of seating areas open to the extensive lawns surrounding the property.
The door from the Kitchen and Utility area leads into a courtyard with outside seating and through to a gated further relaxation area providing private a protected seating area and raised vegetable beds.
The property is stone construction with slate tiled roof, mainly wooden windows, part double and part single glazed.
The detached garage has a side door with its own WC and wooden staircase to the first floor workshop and storage area with window. The garage has mains water and electricity and two metal up and over garage doors. It is accessed via a large graveled parking area leading to outside storage and a further craft / hobby shed/ workshop leading into a further paddock area separated by post and rail fence. The property has external lighting.
The gardens are mature laid mainly to grass with planting surrounds with a sweeping gravel drive leading from the electric gates from the access road.
SERVICES : we are informed the property has the benefit of mains power and mains water supply. Heating is via kerosene with concealed storage tank in the courtyard and a calor gas storage for the gas cooker. Drainage is by means of both soakaways and sceptic tank.
TENURE: The property is freehold.
Outline planning consent was granted 24th July 2017 by Shropshire Council - no 17/00746/OUT.
A full information pack for the planning consent is available from the agents or by download at : waltonandhipkiss.co.uk/commercial
The property has the benefit of two points of access, the main driveway leads from a shared access road as shown on the ordnance survey plan attached. A further aces is available form the B4194 as shown leading to the side of Paddock Cottage.
The proposed development shows a reconfigured access leading to the two serrate plots. The final boundaries for separation of the individual house will be decided by the Purchaser.
METHOD OF SALE
Offers are sought for the entire property to be sold with full vacant possession and benefit of outline planning consent - subject to contract only.
Each party to cover all their own legal and surveying costs incurred in this transaction.
We understand VAT will not be payable on the sale of this property.
The entire property is to be sold as seen . Prospective purchasers must satisfy themselves as to the condition of Paddock Cottage and the development land.
To arrange an inspection please contact the Agents offices, all viewings must be accompanied.