The Grove, Hodnet, Market Drayton

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
48 The Grove is an improved semi-detached house in the popular village of Shropshire village of Hodnet. The property benefits from a larger-than-average plot, with excellent views, and is close to local transport links including the A53.

The property briefly comprises a living room, kitchen/diner, utility room, downstairs W.C., two double bedrooms, a single bedroom, and a family bathroom. In their five years of residence, the owners have refurbished the kitchen/diner, fully renovated the previous outbuilding into a fully functioning utility room with a separate W.C., and have just replaced the boiler. Externally they have fully landscaped the garden including the installation of a sun deck. The property benefits from uPVC double glazing throughout and oil-fired central heating.

ENTRANCE HALL Composite uPVC front door with frosted viewing window and frosted picture window to the side, linoleum flooring, one radiator, one double socket. Access to:

LIVING ROOM 12' 7" x 12' 5" (3.84m x 3.78m) Linoleum flooring, front aspect window, exposed brick effect fireplace, TV point, one radiator, six double sockets, one single socket.

KITCHEN/DINER 9' 2" x 18' 8" (2.79m x 5.69m) Linoleum flooring, rear aspect window, and glazed composite uPVC French doors to rear decking, a modern Howdens kitchen with built-in wall and base units, laminated worktops, attractive patterned tile splashback, integral stainless steel sink with draining area, integral Lamona electric oven with a Lamona four-ring ceramic hob above including a stainless-steel splashback, and an extractor hood, integral Lamona fridge/freezer, one radiator, three double sockets, two single sockets. Access to:

UTILITY ROOM 10' 6" max x 8' 2" max (3.2m max x 2.49m max) Linoleum flooring, front and rear aspect windows, built-in base and wall units with laminated worktops, space underneath for a washing machine, a separate dryer, the oil-fired boiler, two double sockets. Access to:

CLOAKROOM Continued linoleum flooring from the utility room, rear aspect frosted window, W.C., pedestal sink with tiled splashback.


LANDING Carpet flooring, side aspect window, loft hatch, one double socket. Access to:

BEDROOM ONE 12' 7" max x 12' 4" max (3.84m max x 3.76m max) Well-proportioned double bedroom, carpet flooring, front aspect window, one radiator, TV point, and four double sockets.

BEDROOM TWO 9' 1" x 12' 4" max (2.77m x 3.76m max) Well-proportioned double bedroom, carpet flooring, rear aspect window, built-in single wardrobe, TV point, one radiator, and four double sockets.

BEDROOM THREE/STUDY 7' 8" x 8' 7" (2.34m x 2.62m) Single bedroom currently used as a study, side aspect window, stair block, one radiator, and two double socket.

BATHROOM 5' 5" x 7' 7" (1.65m x 2.31m) Linoleum flooring, rear aspect frosted window, built-in 'P' shaped bath with integral electric shower, pedestal sink, stainless-steel heated towel rail, and an extractor fan.

OUTSIDE The well-proportioned enclosed rear garden comprises a lawn, a fenced area currently used as a chicken run, a graveled area to the rear of the property, and a large sun deck. There is a detached SHED 10' x 8' (3.05m x 2.44m) a SUMMERHOUSE 10' x 8' (3.05m x 2.44m) and a GREENHOUSE 8' x 6' (2.44m x 1.83m) as well as excellent views to the rear. To the front of the property, an attractive front garden includes a number of planting beds, whilst a graveled area allows parking for several vehicles. To the side of the property, a lockable contained area is ideal for storage or as a bin store.

SERVICES Oil-Fired Central Heating

Mains Electricity

Mains Drainage

Mains Water

Council Tax Band B

Tenure - Freehold

LOCATION Hodnet was recently awarded the title of 'the UK's poshest village 2023' by The Times, and its wealth of character does certainly not disappoint. The village is located between the popular market towns of Shrewsbury and Market Drayton, a short distance from the A53. The village is attractive in appearance and has a wide selection of local amenities including the extremely popular public house, hotel and restaurant, The Bear. Having undergone a two million pound refurbishment, the establishment has an excellent reputation as one of the best eateries in Shropshire. Other local amenities include a primary school, a village store, a medical practice, and Hodnet Hall along with its impressive gardens.

DIRECTIONS: From Shrewsbury take the A53 north signposted Market Drayton. Continue through the village of Shawbury and after approximately 6 miles you will reach a roundabout. Take the first exit, signposted Hodnet, and continue along Shrewsbury Street, taking the first right onto The Grove. Continue along The Grove and the property is on your right after approximately 100 yards.

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Roger Parry - Oswestry

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