Woodhill Road, Bridgnorth


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
A Delightful Two Bedroom Mid-Terrace Cottage At The Edge Of The Village, With 120' Gardens Backing Onto Open Countryside Enjoying Glorious Views.

* Sitting Room With Log Burner

* Breakfast Kitchen With Integral Hob & Oven

* Small Rear Conservatory With Log Burner

* Ground Floor Bathroom

* Two Double Bedrooms With Views

* Two Private Off Road Parking Spaces


2.64m x 0.89m (8'8 x 2'11 )

Sitting Room

4.88m x 3.07m (16'0 x 10'1 )

Breakfast Kitchen

4.57m (max) x 3.07m (15'0 (max) x 10'1 )


3.61m x 1.52m (11'10 x 5'0 )


2.31m x 1.83m (7'7 x 6'0 )

Bedroom One (front)

4.88m x 3.07m (16'0 x 10'1 )

Bedroom Two (rear)

3.78m x 3.07m (12'5 x 10'1 )

This charming and quirky mid-terrace cottage has an interesting history, originally comprising part of an early 19th Century Methodist Chapel which was converted into three cottages circa 1907.

The property lies at the northern fringe of the village of Highley, once famed for its coal mining heritage but more readily associated today with the glorious unspoilt countryside which straddles the River Severn, together with the restored Severn Valley Railway line which has a station at Highley.

Lying back from Woodhill Road behind a gravelled driveway belonging to the property* and having two private parking spaces (neighbouring property No.1 has vehicular access over the drive) a porch entrance gives way to the living room.

This light and spacious room has a log burner set on quarry tiled hearth with in decorative surround, with ornate glazed door opening through to the kitchen lobby area with useful understairs pantry cupboard.

The breakfast kitchen features wood effect flooring and is fitted with a range of white cabinets together with integral Belling electric oven & hob. There is ample space for a breakfast table and chairs.

A door opens to the staircase whilst a further door to the rear leads through to the conservatory (11'10 x 5'0 ) which provides a pleasant reading room or study area, with wood effect flooring, views to the rear and a corner log burner. A door opens to the rear, where a path belonging to the neighbour (No.3) gives a pedestrian right of access to the private garden belonging to No.2.

The ground floor bathroom continues through with the same wood effect flooring and has a suite comprising low level wc, hand basin and panelled bath in tiled with Gainsborough shower unit over, plus heated towel rail.

To the first floor there are two double bedrooms, each with wood laminate flooring and fine views.

Outside, the property has a sizeable private garden, access to which, as mentioned, is gained via a pathway to the rear of the house belonging to No.3.

The garden extends to approx. 120' in length, laid mainly to lawn with a number of young fruit trees and timber outbuildings including sheds and a summerhouse with electric power & lighting.

The rear boundary meets farm fields where sheep often graze, having wonderful West facing views over open countryside beyond.

Mains gas, electricity and water are connected. Drainage is to a brand new sewage treatment plant compliant with latest regulations.

Council tax is payable to Shropshire Council, rated as Band B.

* The sellers advise that a narrow strip of the gravelled driveway nearest the field (upon which the shed and plant pots are situated) is legally owned by the neighbouring farmer and is used with his permission.

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