24 Church St, Market Drayton TF9 1AF, UK
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Last Sold: JUN 2017
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AI think: £160,563
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Agents think: £225,000 1 agent(s) valuations found
HPI banks think: £159,810
S and J Property Centres Agent Valuation of this property is £225,000
Directions: From our Market Drayton office, proceed to the top of Cheshire Street, turn right into Shropshire Street and take the first left into St' Marys Street. Continue to the junction, turn right into Church Street and you will locate the property for sale on the right hand side nearing the top of the road.
Since 2017, the present owners of this large two-bedroom period town house have dedicated much of their time modernising their home and now complete, offers you the chance of purchasing a fantastic property and once you have viewed, we are sure you will never want to leave. There are many period features to include the high ceilings, decorative covings, fireplaces, stripped interior doors, sash windows, exposed floor boards and so much more. Outside the courtyard garden has been tastefully landscaped with low maintenance in mind and is walled to the boundary. The cellar has been converted and will make a great reception room and there is a modern fitted kitchen and lovely bath and shower room with a modern period style suite.
The full living accommodation comprises: Spacious reception hall, living room, dining room, good sized converted cellar, modern fitted kitchen, rear hallway, ground floor cloakroom/utility, landing, two double bedrooms, modern period style bath and shower room, gas central heating, majority sash windows, part uPVC double glazed sash windows and low maintenance rear courtyard garden.
Market Drayton is a small market town in north Shropshire, close to the Welsh Border. It is on the River Tern, between Shrewsbury and Stoke-on-Trent, and was formerly known as "Drayton in Hales" (c. 1868) and earlier simply as "Drayton" (c. 1695). Market Drayton is on the Shropshire Union Canal and on Regional Cycle Route 75. The A53 road by-passes the town. The counties of Staffordshire, Cheshire, and the Welsh Border are close by.
Market Drayton has a lot to offer including all the beautiful architecture, fantastic street market every Wednesday, Cinema, public houses, a variety of restaurants, swimming baths, nursery, primary, secondary and sixth form colleges.
do you need to commute
Something to consider is the mainline railway stations of Stafford, Stoke-On-Trent and Crewe are all within a fourty minutes drive and Manchester Airport and Birmingham airport are around one hour away. East Midlands Airport is slightly further and overall if you are having to commute, then this location is sure to prove popular.
Reception Hall: 12’ ( 3.66m ) x 4’ ( 1.22m )
Having a painted timber front door with window over, central heating radiator, exposed floor boards, decorative ceiling coving and an archway leads to the stairway, leading up to the first floor accommodation.
Living Room: 13’8” ( 4.17m ) x 13’1” ( 3.99m )
This lovely room has a walk-in sash bay window to the front elevation, exposed floor boards, central heating radiator, decorative ceiling coving, decorative ceiling rose, part glazed and stripped double doors open to the dining room and a lovely feature to this room is the painted chimney breast with inset log burning stove.
Dining Room: 12’8” ( 3.86m ) x 12’ ( 3.66m )
Having a uPVC double glazed sash window to the rear elevation, central heating radiator concealed with a decorative cover, telephone point, decorative ceiling coving, exposed brick chimney breast with inset and either side of the chimney breast are fitted cupboards and shelving over.
Cellar: 16’7” ( 5.05m ) x 11’5” ( 3.48m )
This would make a great room and there is power and lighting.
Kitchen: 8’10” ( 2.69m ) x 8’7” ( 2.62m )
Housing a range of modern fitted wall and base storage units, butchers block effect work surfaces, ceramic single drainer sink with chrome mixer tap over, fitted glass and stainless steel electric double oven, four ring stainless steel gas hob, space for fridge, part tiled walls, tiled floor and two windows to the side elevation.
Rear Porch: 6’1” ( 1.85m ) x 2’11” ( 0.89m )
With tiled floor and half glazed door opens to the rear garden.
Cloakroom/Utility: 5’8” ( 1.73m ) x 4’4” ( 1.32m )
Having a modern white low level w.c, wash hand basin, space and plumbing for washing machine, solid timber work surface, tiled floor and uPVC double glazed window to the side elevation.
First Floor Accommodation
Landing: 12’1” ( 3.68m ) x 6’3” ( 1.90m )
Having central heating radiator concealed with a decorative cover, ceiling coving and stripped interior doors open to the two bedrooms, bath and shower room.
Bedroom One: 17’8” ( 5.38m ) x 11’11” ( 3.63m )
This large bedroom has two sash windows to the front elevation, central heating radiator, decorative ceiling coving and cast iron fireplace with a decorative pattern.
Bedroom Two: 12’1” ( 3.68m ) x 11’2” ( 3.40m )
Having a uPVC double glazed sash window to the rear elevation, central heating radiator, exposed floor boards and fireplace.
Bath & Shower Room: 8’10” ( 2.69m ) x 8’7” ( 2.61m )
Fitted with a modern period style suite comprising: Free standing rolled edged bath set on chrome claw feet, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash-back, low level w.c, shower cubicle with chrome shower over, large rainfall shower head and sliding glazed screen. Part tiled walls, tiled effect vinyl floor covering, boiler cupboard housing the wall mounted gas fired combination central heating boiler, period style central heating radiator with chrome towel rail, extractor fan, access to the roof space and obscure uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation.
The rear courtyard garden has been tastefully landscaped with colour stone area, slabbed patio area, part walled to the boundary, brick store shed, outside light and a gate opens over the neighbouring property, giving you access around to the front.
Services Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage.
Central Gas fired central heating boiler serving rooms as listed.
Council Band ( C ) £1,712.00 please confirm before exchange of contracts takes place.
Tenure Understood to be freehold, subject to confirmation from vendor’s solicitor.
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Subject to contract. Vacant possession on completion.
We have not tested, where mentioned, the appliances, central heating or other services. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries and investigations before finalising their offer to purchase. Room sizes shown are to be used as a guide only and not to be taken as accurate and also should not be relied upon for carpets and furnishings.