Great Ness, Shrewsbury, Shropshire

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Hamlet Setting, Parkland Garden, Stone Barn, 4 Bedrooms, Master Bedroom and En Suite, Three Further Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Double Garage, Breakfast Kitchen, EPC: D

Situation: Oak House is approached through an archway and is tucked away from the roadside. The property and grounds formed part of the original kitchen gardens and buildings to Great Ness House with the gardens leading off the side of the barn enveloped by countryside. The stone barn is believed to be a later addition to Great Ness House, dating back to the early 1800's. and is made of stone sourced from Nesscliffe quarry.

On entering through the hallway, there is a guest cloakroom and WC, the main staircase and a door to the rear of the house. On your right, the lounge features beams, a large stone fireplace, dual aspect windows and French doors that open out onto the patio. On your left is the characterful dining room with exposed timber framework.

Step up to the inner hall area with a second staircase and short corridor leading past the study and utility room to the breakfast kitchen. The kitchen boasts a part vaulted ceiling, arrow slit windows, all Neff appliances, a Belfast sink and is complimented by the Engineered Oak flooring.

The main staircase ascends a landing with an airing cupboard. Upstairs, the master bedroom has fitted wardrobes, views over the gardens and an en suite. There is a further double bedroom room with fitted wardrobes. From the secondary staircase, bedroom three and four can be accessed along with the family bathroom.

Outside, Oak House has a shared driveway approach which opens to the private courtyard fronting the double garage. In addition, there is ample parking for four cars. A side gate opens onto the entertaining patio. Beyond, a path leads down the garden. The main gardens are predominantly laid to lawn and are split into two sections by box hedging, dispersed with specimen and fruit trees (pear, apple and plum), vegetable plots and bounded by mature hedging, fencing and low stone walls. To the end of the garden are four magnificent mature oak trees with a brick log store.

The hamlet of Great Ness is a conservation area which comprises many listed properties of Grade II or higher. The Church of Saint Andrew, the Church of England parish church in Great Ness, is protected by Grade I listing. There is the well regarded independent Adcote School for Girls nearby. The village of Nesscliffe is less than a mile distant and offers a village hall which is used by the whole community for clubs, groups, meetings and events. There is also the Old Three Pigeons, a quintessentially English pub which serves food.

Services: Mains water and electricity. Oil fuelled heating and log burner. Private drainage.

Council Tax: Band G

Postcode: SY4 2LE

Local Authority: Shropshire Council (0345 678 9000)

Mobile Signal: EE Y three Y O2 Y Vodafone Y

Broadband Speed: Our research has indicated that Superfast Broadband is available at this property. Please conduct your own research to ensure the speeds meet your requirements.

Flood Risk: Rivers and Sea and Surface Water - Very low risk

Fixtures and Fittings: Whilst all attempts have been made to accurately describe theproperty in regard to fixtures and fittings, a comprehensive list will be made available by the seller's solicitors.

Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way: The property will be sold subject to andwith the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether mentioned inthese particulars or not.

Please Note: The property is in a conservation area and is Grade II Listed. Planning for solar panels and battery storage has been granted, reference 23/04485/FUL and23/04486/LBC.

Directions: From Shrewsbury, join the A5 towards Oswestry. At the roundabout (before the Nesscliffe bypass), take the third exit signed for Nesscliffe. Continue on this road and turn right at the crossroads (just after the wooden bus shelter) signed Great Ness and Little Ness. Once you pass Great Ness House on your right-hand side, turn right through the archway signed Oak House and Mulberry House. Oak House is on the left.

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