Ardmillan Lane, Oswestry

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
A particularly appealing 1930's detached house, together with well proportioned accommodation, which retains many features, attractive gardens, and parking space, whilst having easy access to town centre amenities and commuter routes.


From the town centre proceed down Middleton Road to the roundabout, take the first exit again onto Middleton Road and travel for about 200 metres turning left into Ardmillan Lane and the property will be seen a short distance on the left hand side.


The property is attractively positioned in a popular residential area of the town and being within walking distance of the town centre shops. The town also provides an excellent range of amenities including recreational, social, schooling, and business parks. Commuters have ready access to the A5 linking south to Shrewsbury and north towards Wrexham.


Watsead offers an attractive opportunity to a range of buyers, whether they be couples, families or retirees, to acquire a well proportioned mature house believed to have been built in the 1930's and retains many of the original features, whilst having been modernised. The property incorporates cavity wall insulation and double glazed windows, whilst internally there are two traditional reception rooms, both with beautiful period fireplaces. The kitchen is well equipped with excellent storage space and a range cooker. There is a useful living conservatory, which incorporates a solid roof and ideal for either summer or winter use. On the first floor there are three good sized bedrooms served by a modern bathroom suite. Other features of interest include picture rails to numerous rooms and stripped wood original doors.

Outside, there is ample parking for two cars if required. The gardens, whilst being quite private enjoy a sunny aspect to the rear, which also includes a generous sized garden shed and an additional store cum summerhouse.


With attractive oak flooring, picture rail, two understairs storage cupboards and staircase rising to the first floor.


With period fireplace having decorative wood surround with inset tiles and open fireplace with slate hearth, picture rail, wide bay window to front.


With attractive oak flooring, stunning period fireplace with painted decorative wood surround, cast iron fire grate with floral tiling to the side and slate hearth, picture rail, double glazed sliding door with matching window to:


With oak effect laminate flooring, wraparound double glazed windows with blinds and Guardian tile clad roof with under-ceiling and downlighters, twin French doors lead out to the side patio.


With tiled floor, extensive fitted granite effect work surfaces with tile splash and built in ceramic one and a half bowl sink unit, comprehensive range of cream painted faced base and eye level units including cupboards and drawers with pewter style handles, additional glazed double display cabinet, INTEGRATED DISHWASHER, RANGE MASTER 110 DUAL FUEL RANGE COOKER (FALLING GAS HOB, ELECTRIC GRIDDLE and WARMING PLATE, GRILL, TWO OVENS and a PAN DRAWER). RANGE MASTER EXTRACTOR HOOD over, archway through to:


With tiled floor, fitted granite effect worktop with space under for both washing machine and tumble dryer, space for an American style fridge freezer.



With doors leading off to:


With picture rail and twin window aspect.


With oak effect laminate flooring, picture rail and twin window aspect.


With wood effect laminate flooring and picture rail.


With tiled floor, contoured shaped panel bath having tiled walls above and wall mounted direct feed shower unit including rain head and hand held attachment, close couple WC, pedestal wash hand basin with fitted glazed shelf and mirror over, further part tiled walls, access to loft space. With pull down wooden access ladder and also housing the gas fired combi central heating boiler.


Approached over a gravel driveway with parking space for two cars.


These are provided to both the front and the rear and providing a hard landscaped area to the front with ornamental gravel, stepping flagstones and patio area. Along the frontage is a stone wall, whilst access is available down both sides of the house to an enclosed rear garden. Part of this is found to the side of the conservatory with a FLAGGED PATIO AREA and pathway leading to the REAR SUN PATIO with PERGOLA and grape vine. A lawn leads away with a decking area with timber and felt STORE / SUMMERHOUSE, including weather canopy. Timber and felt GARDEN SHED. There are in addition two further patio areas to take advantage of the sun at varying times of the days. External cold water tap.



It may be noted that certain exterior photo's were taken Summer 2023.


The fitted carpets as laid and light fittings are included in the sale. Only those items described in these particulars are included in the sale.


Mains water, electricity, gas, and drainage are understood to be connected. Gas fired central heating system. None of these services have been tested.


Freehold. Purchasers must confirm via their solicitor.


The property is currently showing as Council Tax Band C. Please confirm the council tax details via Shropshire Council on 0345 6789002 or visit


Halls, 20 Church Street, Oswestry, Shropshire, SY11 2SP. Tel: 01691 670320. Email:

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