Fine and Country

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4 Barker St

Stoke Heath, Market Drayton, Shropshire

Guide Price £500,000 Sold

4 Bedroom House

  • A Four Bed Modern Detached House
  • Finished To A High Standard
  • Impressive Open Plan Kitchen Dining Area
  • Under Floor Heating
  • Bi-fold Doors In Master Bedroom
  • A Wonderful Family Home
  • Fabulous Alfresco Dining Area
  • Single Garage
  • Lovely Views
  • Viewing Highly Recommended

In the pretty North Shropshire village of Stoke Heath sits the delightful Woodlands, a stunning modern property built by an award-winning local builder. The property is one of two exclusive homes, with the Woodlands taking prime position surrounded by Shropshire countryside and woodland.

This beautiful home is double fronted with pretty bay windows either side and an oak framed porch, the rooms are all of the generous proportions and consist of a large open plan family kitchen, which is definitely the central hub of the home, the sitting room, a snug/TV room (which the current owners use as a home office), there is also a large utility and downstairs cloakroom. Upstairs there are four good size double bedrooms, two with ensuite and a large family bathroom. The property also has an attached single garage, and storage shed it the rear garden. This property has been finished to a very high standard; all rooms have hard-wired internet, TV sockets and the Sky cabling is all internal so no external wires spoil the look of this home. The owners both work from home which enjoys BT’s fastest broadband service, 300Mbps fibre to the premises, allowing work to be unaffected whilst still enabling today’s myriad online entertainment packages to be used simultaneously. The whole of the downstairs of this property benefits from underfloor heating with individual digital controls. One of the stunning features of this delightful property is the attractive bi-fold doors from the kitchen and sitting room, reflected in the master bedroom, which opens up enabling you to soak up the beautiful garden and countryside beyond.

The property is situated 15.8 miles from the county town of Shrewsbury and 13.7 miles from Whitchurch – both with their excellent range of facilities including a wonderful selection of independent shops, a plethora of fantastic eateries and bars to the much-sought-after state and independent schools, train stations, excellent public houses, supermarkets and theatres.


5.93 x 5.87 (19'5" x 19'3")This delightful room has a great sense of light and space and makes for a beautiful entertaining area, with attractive grey tiled flooring, space for a dining table, chairs and a lovely reading corner, double windows overlook the side courtyard. Grey bi-fold doors bring the stunning garden inside and lead onto the alfresco dining area. The kitchen itself consists of high gloss base, and wall units with chrome handles, a very attractive central island incorporating plenty of storage drawers all with quartz work surfaces. There is a fitted electric Range Master oven, with chrome extractor fan above, integrated dishwasher and refrigerator, built-in pull out pantry, space for an American style fridge freezer and under-mounted stainless-steel sink with drainer. Pretty splashback tiles run along the sidewall. This uplifting space flows into the large UTILITY ROOM with side door access, fitted wall and base units reflecting the kitchen, space for washing machine and tumble dryer — a second stainless steel sink with drainer and lots of additional storage space.


2.79 x 2.13 (9'1" x 6'11")


A pretty space with a white suite comprising of low flush WC, pedestal hand basin with a vanity unit above.


6.63 x 4.21 (21'9" x 13'9")Another light, bright and uplifting area due to the double aspect, a lovely bay window overlooks the front garden, and bi-fold doors (reflecting the ones in the kitchen) open onto the rear garden. Wooden effect flooring with a lovely inglenook fireplace with large wooden plinth, tiled hearth and log burning stove — a great entertaining space, equally fabulous for a cosy night in front of the fire.


4.29 x 3.85 (14'0" x 12'7")This room is also positioned at the front of the property and has the bay window mirroring the living room, with the same flooring flowing from the hallway – the current owners use this space as a home office; however, this room could lend itself to many uses snug, playroom...

The staircase leads to an attractive upstairs LANDING area with a window at the end overlooking the front garden and a double door storage cupboard and separate airing cupboard.


5.96 x 4.86 (19'6" x 15'11")A large and airy space with the bi-fold doors reflecting downstairs, and a glass Juliet balcony overlooking those beautiful views, with room to sit reading and relaxing. Large fitted wardrobe, white ENSUITE with low flush WC, pedestal hand basin and walk-in shower. A truly delightful room.


386 x 2.91 (1266'4" x 9'6")A good size double overlooking the front garden and the pretty woodland with white ENSUITE including a low flush WC, pedestal hand basin and walk-in shower.


4.21 x 2.91 (13'9" x 9'6")Is also at the front of the property and another good size double with space for freestanding wardrobes.


4.20 xz 2.92 (13'9" xz 9'6")Overlooks the rear garden and the splendid views, another attractive and well finished double room, with space for free standing wardrobes


A very generous size room, with wooden effect flooring, Travertine tiled walls floor to ceiling, a large bath, low flush WC, double walk-in shower, with Rainfall shower head attachment, hand basin set into attractive vanity unit with mirror above which has Bluetooth connection. Finished to a high standard.


The back garden is a perfect size, west facing and large enough to have sun all day, bordered with a maturing hedge and a delightful paddock area at the bottom. There are two large terrace areas bursting with potted plants, perfect for alfresco dining and entertaining. The views over the neighbouring farmland are lovely. There is also a shed for storage and side access to the front of the property. It is the perfect little haven. The front garden also a generous size, mainly laid to lawn bordered with a stone wall and old oak tree at the end.


5.89 x 3.00 (19'3" x 9'10")


Woodlands is a beautiful family home, finished to a high standard, good size rooms and set in a lovely location. Viewings highly recommended.

Sellers Insight

The house itself is spacious and welcoming, and is perfect for everyday family life and entertaining alike. “With such a generous kitchen and living room, both connecting directly to the Indian stone patios and garden, there is always plenty of room to socialise here,” say the owners. “We can enjoy chatting around the kitchen island, or snuggling up by the log burner in the inglenook fireplace in the living room.”

Outside, the property has just as much to offer, the grounds serving as an extension of the indoor living accommodation during the warmer months of the year. “We have a fantastic patio area outside the kitchen,” say the owners, “where we have shared many barbecues with family and friends, and have created a courtyard-style area connected to the living room via bi-fold doors. We bought half a paddock, at the end of which there is another belonging to Helshaw Grange, so we can see the most magnificent horses at the bottom of the garden, while views of the fields beyond stretch out for miles.”

The property is ideally situated in the midst of natural beauty while being within easy reach of various amenities and social opportunities. “There is a range of excellent pubs and restaurants in the surrounding villages,” say the owners, “and award-winning butchers nearby. There is a lovely sense of community, with walking and cycling groups to take advantage of the amazing countryside, and dance classes to get involved with too! The lifestyle here is so much more relaxed than in the city, though the internet connection is, in fact, faster than we had in Milton Keynes so that we can work from home more easily here.”

“It is such a luxury to finish work and simply step outside into the midst of the countryside, from the Shropshire hills to the rivers and canals to the historical medieval towns. Our nearby pubs all serve locally produced beers and good food so we are spoilt for choice whenever we go out.”*

Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.

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