Fine and Country

Tel: 01743 296 116

Email: Shrewsbury@fineandcountry.com

4 Barker St
Shrewsbury
SY1 1QJ

Back lane, Worthen, Shrewsbury, Shropshire

Guide Price £650,000 Sold

5 Bedroom House

  • Stunning location
  • Wonderful views
  • Newly renovated property
  • Five bed detached
  • Finished to a high standared
  • Annex
  • Rooms of generous proportions
  • Beautiful rural walks right on your door step
  • Local village shop
  • Viewings highly recommended

Set amongst arguably the most beautiful hills in Shropshire is The Patch. This stunning property sits on the very edge of the quaint village of Worthen. The Patch offers gorgeous views, the owners have made sure to make the most of the stunning scenery through their careful design. The Patch was initially built fifty-two years ago, and in 2019 the current owners have remodelled, extended and re renovated the property into a stunning five-bedroom family home.

Everything from the boiler, electrics, kitchen and bathrooms have been replaced. The property is slick and stylish with a wonderful sense of light and space. This beautiful home comprises of a large open-plan kitchen, dining and family room a large utility and cloakroom, a separate sitting room with log burner, a downstairs bedroom, with adjoining snug and ensuite (perfect for guests). Upstairs comprises of a gallery landing. Four good size doubles two with ensuite and a large family bathroom. There is a wrap-a-round garden making the most of the views, a beautiful dingle area, double cart shed, and timber garden shed/workshop and useful tiled outbuilding. The location is something special, and viewings are highly recommended. The village of Worthen consists of a village shop and post office, church, village hall, primary school, Dr’s surgery and pub in adjoining hamlet. The local countryside is very scenic, with delightful country walks, equestrian and other country pursuits all being available nearby. A twenty-minute drive and you are in Shrewsbury with its enchanting cobbled streets and Tudor buildings, beautiful independent shops, a plethora of fantastic eateries and bars to the much sought-after state and independent schools, train station, theatre and beautiful quarry park. There is also easy access to the A5 and the M54.

KITCHEN/DINING/FAMILY AREA

8.51 x 6.00 (27'11" x 19'8")The KITCHEN is white, gloss and handleless with grey quartz tops. There is an attractive island and integrated, dishwasher, microwave, electric double oven, induction hob, large fridge and freezer. There is also lots of storage and LED underlighting. The DINING area currently holds a table for twelve people and is surrounded by stunning views. The same with the FAMILY SPACE there is space for sofas, tv, tables. There are two large sets of sliding glazed doors opening onto an alfresco dining area. These doors give this whole space a bright, light and uplifting feel.

UTILITY ROOM

3.26 x 3.00 (10'8" x 9'10")This could be a second kitchen, it’s such a good size. The cupboards reflect the kitchen, oodles of storage, space for a washing machine and dryer, the same grey porcelain flooring and a rear door opening out to the back garden.

CLOAKROOM

Newly fitted, with low flush WC and hand basin built into vanity unit.

SITTING ROOM

5.94 x 3.73 (19'5" x 12'2")This is a more traditional room with engineered oak flooring, stunning views of the hills, a reassessed fireplace with wooden plinth and log burning stove, perfect for a cosy night in.

On this floor, there is also a fabulous annexe area consisting of BEDROOM FIVE, which is a good size double with ENSUITE – Low flush WC, hand basin built into a vanity unit and glazed walk-in shower. There also is an adjoining room which could be used as a SNUG/HOME OFFICE. This space has French doors which open out on to a private patio area. This whole area is extremely versatile and can be used in multiple ways.
The

BEDROOM FIVE

3.36 x 2.65 (11'0" x 8'8")

SNUG/HOME OFFICE

4.66 x 3.13 (15'3" x 10'3")

The Oak staircase leads up to the very attractive galleried landing area with space for book storage and a reading area.

MASTER BEDROOM

4.92 x .3.67 (16'1" x .12'0")A lovely stylish and uplifting room, with double aspect windows soaking up the amazing views, large enough for a super king, double central light fittings, walk-in wardrobe and a large ENSUITE, comprising of a low flush WC, hand basin built into vanity unit, walk-in glazed shower, heated towel rail, heated mirror and skylight.

BEDROOM TWO

4.92 x 5.53 (16'1" x 18'1")Is at the other end of the landing, once again a fabulous size with stunning views of the Shropshire Hills, built-in wardrobe and ENSUITE reflecting the master.

BEDROOM THREE

3.73 x 2.77 (12'2" x 9'1")Is another generous double, fitted wardrobes, sloping ceiling adding a quirky feel and window overlooking views.

BEDROOM FOUR

3.74 x 3.21 (12'3" x 10'6")Is a very pretty double, this room has a lovely feel and the same high standard of the other, cleverly thought out orientation as the other three to absorb those views

MASTER BATHROOM

This is a very generous size room and has a light and airy feel, consisting of a large walk-in shower, modern free-standing bath, low flush WC, hand basin set into vanity unit, heated towel rail and mirror. Skylight.

OUTSIDE

OUTSIDE – The surrounding area is the icing on the cake, sitting on a plot of 0.71 of an acre. The front of the property is mainly laid to lawn with established hedging. There is a driveway to park at least five cars and an oak framed double cart shed, which is very much in keeping with the property. The garden wraps around with a stunning tiled alfresco dining area, laid to lawn at the back with raised vegetable boxes—also, another smaller patio area. The lower part of the garden ‘The Dingle’ is beautiful and an excellent place for a BBQ and to sit and soak up the views. There is also a wooden shed/workshop and a tiled roof outbuilding. Viewings are a must

CART SHED

5.21 x 5.18 (17'1" x 16'11")

SERVICES We understand this property has oil fired heating and all the other amenities are connected mains services, Fibre broadband.
VIEWINGS Strictly via Fine & Country Shrewsbury 01743 296 116 / Shrewsbury@fineandcountry.com
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SELLERS INSIGHT

“The Patch has been in our family for fifty years and the home to my wife and I for two years, the place holds many cherished memories. We have completely refurbished and extended the property to a high standard. The location is excellent on many levels, most especially by virtue of the 270-degree views with no properties overlooking us. It’s a wonderfully private home. The village is a welcoming and friendly place from where it’s easy to reach excellent towns with good shopping centres. It’s only a 10-minute drive from the A5, which connects with the M54, M6 and M1 motorways.”

"This spacious house which offers a warm welcome. All rooms are well-proportioned, with all five bedrooms having great storage and exceptional views. The master bedroom has an excellent en suite, and the ground floor bedroom has a separate shower room and an attached lounge with access to a rear patio via French doors. This area lends itself to a number of uses, depending on requirements.”

“The large kitchen/family room is light airy with large glazed doors offering uninterrupted views over beautiful rolling countryside – this large space allows for sizeable gatherings.”

“The large plot features gardens which are predominantly laid to lawn with flowerbeds, a vegetable patch and porcelain patios for easy maintenance – the outdoor space can be easily maintained but has the potential to satisfy a keen gardener. There is a perfect feeling of peace and tranquillity here, with an abundance of wildlife to enjoy. Set well away from traffic the air quality is excellent.”

“The neighbours in Back Lane are all very friendly and love to stop for a chat, everyone looks out for each other. Worthen has a well-stocked shop, medical centre, vibrant village hall, local walkers club, and more. It hosts an excellent pre and primary school and there is a local bus service to a secondary school at Pontesbury. The Cock Inn at Brockton offers excellent ales, gins and pub grub. It’s a very chilled and social community to live in with an ultra-low crime rate.”*

* These comments are the personal views of the current owner and are included as an insight into life at the property. They have not been independently verified, should not be relied on without verification and do not necessarily reflect the views of the agent.

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