TWO stunning Grade II listed properties in Whitchurch which used to house a private school have gone on sale.

2 The Old White House in Claypit Street dates back to the 18th century and is on sale for £360,000 and 1 The Old White House is on sale for £400,000.

Both buildings were used by the White House School before it moved to Heath Hall in 1991. The school closed its doors entirely last year.

The sales are being carried out by estate agency, Barbers and a spokesperson mentioned how future owners can benefit from the properties being located near the town centre.


Whitchurch Herald:

They said: "They are truly charming Grade II listed town houses, dating back in parts to the 18th century and having an abundance of character and charm with numerous period features including sash windows, exposed beams, feature fireplaces and solid wood flooring.

"They form part of the original White House school and is conveniently situated within easy walking distance of the town centre and local schools.

"Set over four floors, they offers generous accommodation and the ground floor includes an impressive entrance hall with wood flooring, lounge, dining room with door onto the rear garden and kitchen.

Whitchurch Herald:

"Externally, there is a lovely enclosed rear garden, mainly laid to lawn with a paved patio area and a variety of established shrubs and plants. "The property also benefits from two parking spaces to the rear. "

Whitchurch Herald:

The estate agent confirmed buyers could benefit from being close to large retailers and independent shops in the town.

The spokesperson added: "Situated in the busy market town of Whitchurch which sits on the Shropshire/Cheshire/Clwyd borders and benefits from a variety of local independent shops, schools, four large supermarkets and other major retailers.

Whitchurch Herald:

"The renowned Hill Valley Hotel, Golf & Spa is located on the outskirts of the town which offers great recreational facilities.

"Whitchurch railway station is on a direct line between Crewe and Shrewsbury with onward connections to Manchester, London and Birmingham plus other major cities.

Whitchurch Herald:

"The larger centres of Chester, Shrewsbury, Telford, Wrexham and Crewe are all within 16 to 22 miles approximately."