- Detached family home * Gated entrance
- Circa 0.7 Acres
- Four bedrooms * Could be converted back to five
- Generous Lounge
- Dining room & Snug
- Substantial Kitchen/Breakfast room
- Walk in pantry * Separate Utility room
- Principal bedroom with En-suite and dressing room
- Separate Annex
- Double Garage * Car port * Ample Parking
Tudor Coppice sits in the idyllic Shropshire hamlet of Walford Heath, a pretty area situated between the county town of Shrewsbury and the popular village of Baschurch, with a church, village hall, convenience store and highly regarded schooling on offer.
The property is set back from the road with a substantial frontage and is entered via electric gates with a stoned driveway approaching the home.
The property was constructed in 1989 and the current owners have resided happily in the home for the past 22 years.
This executive home has a lot of character and charm, with its Tudor style Facade, extensive grounds ( circa 0.7 Acre) and generously proportioned rooms.
Tudor Coppice downstairs comprises a welcoming porch, a large hallway, a cloakroom, and a snug with an exposed brick fireplace with direct access to the garden.
A substantial size reception room covering the left front/rear aspect of the home, a large fully fitted kitchen/breakfast room including an AGA which was refurbished in 2019 which also has direct access to the garden, a generous walk-in pantry, a separate utility room with a second downstairs WC, the home also benefits a formal dining room.
Originally a five-bedroom residence upstairs the current owners opted to convert the home to offer four larger bedrooms, however, should the new owners wish to transition the layout back to a five-bedroom it would be fairly easy to do so.
When you arrive at the landing area you have access to four bedrooms and a bathroom.
The principal bedroom has a large en-suite bathroom which was upgraded in 2012 and offers a bath and a walk-in shower room, a walk-in dressing room, as well as fitted wardrobes on both sides of the length of the room.
A further three double bedrooms and a substantial bathroom with a walk-in shower area.
Bedroom two has fitted bookcases and shelving as the owners currently use this room as a home office area.
A separate self-contained space is entered via its own door and you walk into a large kitchen/lounge area with a double bedroom and an en-suite shower room.
This space would be perfect for extended family, friends and relatives that wish to stay or potentially a second income for short stays.
Outside the home sits on a plot of roughly 0.7 acres, as the land was extended by 1/10 Acre in 2015 to incorporate the natural pond.
The frontage is substantial with a driveway leading up to teh home with manicured grass areas on both sides, decorate hedge plantings and small trees that give the home real curb appeal.
Parking for multiple vehicles, a double garage and a carport give covered options for the colder/wetter months.
The rear garden is peaceful and private. There are many lovely places to sit and soak up the ambience, with alfresco dining and patio areas scattered around.
Fruit trees, a natural pond and views across farmland are all on offer.
Flower beds, a pond, a greenhouse and a summer house finish off this wonderful family space.
Tudor Coppice occupies an appealing position on the fringe of the small hamlet of Walford Heath, approximately six miles north of the historic county town of Shrewsbury which offers a wide range of independent and high street shops, restaurants and leisure facilities including Theatre Severn and Quarry Park.
More locally, the thriving village of Baschurch is just over 2 miles away and has a large Spar with post office, doctors' surgery, Moor Farm Shop & Polo Club, two pubs, an optician and The Corbett Secondary School. Equestrian enthusiasts will find that the numerous local lanes provide many riding out opportunities.
The area is extremely well served educationally with an excellent selection of both primary and secondary, state and private schools including Shrewsbury Schools, Ellesmere College, Oswestry School, Moreton Hall, Adcote and Packwood Haugh. To the north, the market town of Oswestry has further road links through to Wrexham, Chester and the northwest. To the south, direct rail service to London is accessible at Shrewsbury Station whilst the A5 links through to the M54 and national motorway network beyond. International airports are available in Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester.
Sellers Insight - "We wanted a home with character and had looked at quite a few before we saw Tudor Coppice," say the current owners. "As soon as we drove up the driveway we were very impressed - the location and setting definitely ticked all the boxes for us. We were sold on the property as soon as we walked around, as it had a lovely homely feel and the rooms flowed well, creating what we knew would be a great family home."
Council tax band: E