Brooklands Park, Craven Arms

£165,000 OIRO
  • Type: House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Council Tax Band: B
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Deceptively spacious three bedroom mid town house
  • 75 sq m / 807 sq ft
  • All bedrooms with built in wardrobes
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Bathroom and separate W.C.
  • Living Room with bow window
  • Kitchen / dining room
  • Double glazing and Economy 7 Storage heating
  • Low maintenance gardens
  • Garage in separate court to rear

Property Summary

First time buyers and Buy to Let investors take note! This deceptively spacious three bedroom mid-terrace town house of in excess of 800 sq ft forms part of a small terrace that enjoys a secluded and quiet position set off Brooklands Park and approached via a paved pathway to the front or from the car parking court with garage to the rear. Ideal as a first time buy or buy to let.
11 Brooklands Park is most conveniently situated at the heart of the market town of Craven Arms and therefore very well provided for with amenities including Tuffins Supermarket and Garden Centre, The Halo Craven Arms Community Centre, petrol stations, a host of independent shops and fast food outlets and the Stokesay Primary School. Known as the Gateway to the Marches Craven Arms is very well connected, it sits at the junction of the A49 and the B4368. The A49 links with the County town of Shrewsbury and market town of Ludlow, the B4368 is a route towards the west midlands conurbation to the east. Craven Arms Station on the Welsh Marches Railway Line runs from Newport south east Wales to Shrewsbury and links at Craven Arms to the Heart of Wales line for a route to south west Wales. There are a wealth of things to see and do which include Stokesay Castle, one of the finest preserved fortified manor houses in the country, The Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre, and the Long Mynd which forms part of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Full Details

Front Garden
A paved pathway leads to the recessed porch entrance and front door with lawn to side and hedge and fence boundaries

Recessed porch entrance
With quarry tiled floor and built in bin store to side.

Entrance Hall
Obscure double glazed front door, Economy 7 SunHouse wall mounted storage heater, stairs to first floor and multi paned glazed door to living room.

Living Room 4.88m 1.83m x 3.66m 1.83m (16' 6" x 12' 6")
Double glazed bow casement window with side and top opening windows overlooking the front garden, the focal point of the room is provided by an attractive wooden fire surround with polished stone inset and gas flame effect fire, laminated wood floor, ceiling coving, TV and power points. multi paned glazed door to Kitchen / Dining Room.

Kitchen / Dining room 4.57m 1.83m x 2.74m 1.83m (15' 6" x 9' 6")
A bright room due to the double glazed window overlooking the rear garden and full height double glazed window and door to the rear garden, and fitted with an attractive light coloured range of kitchen furniture comprising floor mounted cupboards and drawers, a tall oven housing and spacious wall mounted cabinets complimented by coordinated work surfaces and metro style ceramic wall tiles. The kitchen is equipped with a built in electric oven, built under oven with ceramic hob and extractor hood over, the sink faces the garden and has a mixer tap, there is plumbing for both washing machine and dish washer and space for a fridge freezer, power points.

First Floor Landing
SunHouse wall mounted Economy 7 Storage heater, access hatch to insulated loft space, door to generously proportioned Airing Cupboard with insulated hot water tank with Economy 7 heater. Doors radiate off the landing to the three bedrooms, bathroom and separate w.c.

Bedroom One 3.66m 3.35m x 2.44m 1.83m (12' 11" x 8' 6")
A generously proportioned double bedroom set at the front of the house and overlooking the front garden via double glazed side and top opening casement windows, built in wardrobe with double opening doors, power points.

Bedroom Two 3.35m 1.83m x 2.13m 0.61m (11' 6" x 7' 2")
The second double bedroom is set to the rear of the house and overlooks the rear garden via double glazed side and top opening casement windows. Built in wardrobe. power points.

Bedroom Three 2.44m 2.74m x 1.83m 0.61m (8' 9" x 6' 2")
Set to the front of the house, overlooking the front garden via double glazed side and top opening casement windows, built in wardrobe space, power points.

Set at the rear of the house with obscure double glazed top and side opening casement windows to rear, and fitted with a coloured suite of pedestal wash hand basin and a panel bath with wooden panel, Bristan electric shower unit over and coordinated ceramic wall tiling.

Separate W.C.
To families the current arrangement of a separate w.c may well be a welcome feature for flexibility but we are told that the dividing wall between it and the bathroom could be removed to include the w.c into the bathroom. The separate w.c has a coloured low flush w.c.

Rear garden.
A low maintenance rear garden approached from either the rear door from the dining area or a rear gate from the garage and car parking court set to the rear of the property. The garden is laid mainly to brick paved patio with paving beyond with an inset pebbled area and brick edged border stocked with ornamental trees. The garden is enclosed with close boarded fencing.

A single garage with up and over door set in a car parking court to the rear of the property and approached from Brooklands Park and having been recently reroofed.

Local Authority
Shropshire County Council

The property has mains services of water, drainage and electricity which is complimented by Economy 7. The Telephone line is subject to BT regulations.

We understand that the property is freehold.

Council Tax
The property is in Council Tax B and has the Local Authority Reference Number 3144013001101000. The Improvement Indicator is shown as NO. If the property has been improved or extended since it was placed in a Council Tax Band and YES is shown, the band will be reviewed and may increase following the sale of the property.

The property has the EPC Rating D Certificate Number 3732-1228-1100-0559-9296. Certificate valid until 10th August 2032.

All viewings will be accompanied as far as possible by a representative of Blocsphere Property Management to maximise on the quality of the viewing. All enquiries should be made to 03333 601 601, mobile 07961913919 or