Wycherley, Tower Road, Ashley Heath, Market Drayton

£450,000

Key features

  • Substantial, Detached Family Home
  • EPC Rating D, 56 Points
  • Rural Setting within Convenient Reach of Amenities
  • Large Plot
  • Generous Accommodation
  • Large Hallway, Two Reception Rooms, Kitchen and Separate Utility/ Study
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Mature, Well Stocked & Established Gardens
  • Timber Barbeque Outdoor Entertaining Hut
  • Private and Secluded Location

Full Details


This charming four-bedroom detached property enjoys a really peaceful spot on Ashley Heath. The location has long been favoured for its sense of seclusion but with convenient links to the local amenities and wider transport network.

The generous accommodation includes a spacious entrance hallway, dining room, large sitting room and kitchen with separate utility room or study off.

The contemporary kitchen has a range of matching wall and base units, complete with granite work surfaces. The utility room has been converted to serve as a study but would be a simple matter to return if desired.

There are four bedrooms on the first floor, one being en-suite, the remaining three all served by a smartly appointed principal bathroom.

Views to both the front and rear are charming with well established and well stocked gardens and specimen trees.

The rear garden is particularly impressive, south facing for all-day sun, boasting a timber barbeque hut, fire pit and entertaining area. The mature garden is securely enclosed with a combination of fencing and hedging.

The large plot provides plenty of parking to the front in addition to the integral double garage with the addition of an electric car charging point.

Ashley Heath is walking distance from the centre of Loggerheads with a range of shops, chemist, butcher and post office. The area is surrounded by rolling Staffordshire countryside, of particular interest is The Burntwood, approximately 200 acres of woodland criss-crossed by footpaths and bridleways which can be accessed at the bottom of Tower Road.

The M6 motorway at junction 15 is a short distance away, as is the mainline railway station in Stoke on Trent from where there are regular intercity connections to London, Birmingham and Manchester. The Potteries are within easy reach, with the A50 linking to the M1.

Our clients inform us that the property is connected to mains water and mains drainage. Central heating is by way of mains gas. There is also a solar installation with 8 solar panels delivering 2kW peak power.

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