Woolston, Oswestry, Shropshire


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Four Bedrooms, Approx 1 acre, Versatile Accomm, Rural,

Living Room, Kitchen / Dining Room, WC, Four Bedrooms, En Suite, Family Bathroom, Ample Storage, Single Garage, Double Garage with WC, Log Store, Leisure Room / Bar, Segregated Office Rooms above Garage and Bar, Garden Room / Office, Boiler Room with WC, EPC Rating D

Situation: Woolston is a rural hamlet situated between the villages of Maesbury and Knockin. Maesbury itself has a church and a pub, the Navigation Inn, which is situated next to the Montgomery Canal. The village of Knockin has a local shop / post office, church, doctors surgery and a pub. A wider range of amenities can be found in the large market town of Oswestry, the town has a selection of supermarkets, high street shops, boutique shops, a leisure centre, golf club and restaurants. The area is well known for its countryside and history such as The Old Hill Fort, Offa's Dyke and Old Oswestry Racecourse which attracts visitors, walkers and riders. Golf enthusiasts can enjoy golf at Llanymynech Golf Club, Mile End Golf Club and Oswestry Golf Club.

Transport links are via the A5 (3 minutes from the property) North and East which link up with the larger motorway networks including the M54, M6 and the M62. Shrewsbury Train Station has rail links to London via Birmingham and Gobowen Train Station has links to the North via Crewe Station.

Moorside House is a striking semi-detached house in the heart of rural Shropshire, with easy access around the county. The property is accessed up a sweeping drive with the house to the right and the barn, garage and offices to the left.

Moorside House is a very open property, with ample glass providing light throughout the whole space. The kitchen dining room is fully equipped with all the modern conveniences, an electric induction range, integrated dishwasher and space for an American style fridge freezer. The floors are travertine tile and bi-fold doors lead to the garden and the garden room / gym. Just off the kitchen there is a storage cupboard and a cloakroom beyond. The reception room has a triple aspect and French patio doors lead towards the garden providing views through the barn and to the fields beyond. The reception room features wooden floors throughout and a fireplace for the cosy winter nights.

Upstairs, there is a generous master bedroom with an ensuite shower room, a further three bedrooms and a smart, modern family bathroom.

Outside, there is a versatile barn, which is used as a leisure room to relax or entertain away from the house. Adjacent is the triple garage, part of which has been used to provide a kitchenette and a WC for the office space above, which comfortably houses four terminals. Further there is also the old study, which has now been converted to offer use as an office space, occasional bedroom or gym.

Directions: From Shrewsbury, head along the A5 past the Nesscliffe bypass and after approximately 1.5 miles take the left-hand turning signed Sandford. Proceed along this road for just under 1.5 miles and there is a right-hand turn signed to Moorside as a dead end. Take the turning and Moorside House is the first turning on your left.Acreage:1

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