For Sale

2 Bedroom Character Property

Welsh Street, Bishops Castle

£220,000 Guide Price

  • Located in the Heart of Bishops Castle
  • Unique Blend of History & Modern Convenience
  • Two Characterful Bedrooms
  • Private Garden Oasis
  • Modern Kitchen/Dining Area

This captivating 17th century, 2-bedroom mid-terrace on Welsh Street offers a unique blend of character and modern convenience. Step inside and be transported back in time with exposed beams, original brickwork, and a light-filled atmosphere.

Thought to be built with stone from Bishop's Castle itself, the property boasts a rich history that whispers through its walls.

Unwind in the downstairs lounge, warmed by the glow of a Clearview wood burning stove nestled amongst the exposed beams and brick - remnants of the home's original external wall. A few steps lead down to the modern kitchen/dining room, where integrated appliances and stylish floor-fitted units blend seamlessly with the exposed brick and ceiling beams. A handy utility room with garden access completes the ground floor.

Step outside into your private haven - a delightful rear garden. Relax on the small patio, cultivate your green thumb in the dedicated planting border, or soak up the sun on the raised decking.

Upstairs, two bedrooms await on a split-level landing. The first boasts a window to the front, a full-width fitted wardrobe, and a peek into the attic. The second features a double-glazed window for a tranquil view and ample storage with its double mirrored sliding door wardrobe.

The bathroom, with its white panel bath, electric shower, WC, and hand basin, retains the charm of the original wooden flooring, further enhanced by exposed wooden beams throughout.

Nestled amidst the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) of the Shropshire Hills, Bishops Castle is a walker's paradise. Explore miles of scenic trails that wind through charming villages and past ancient landmarks, culminating in breath-taking viewpoints. Tackle challenging hikes on the legendary Shropshire Way or meander through Bishops Castle's charming footpaths, uncovering hidden gems and soaking in the town's rich history. Whether you seek adventure or a gentle stroll, Bishops Castle offers an unforgettable experience for all.

This unique property is more than just a house; it's a captivating piece of history waiting to be called home. Don't miss your chance to own a true conversation starter on Welsh Street.

Lounge | Kitchen/dining | Utility room | 2 Double bedrooms | Bathroom | Private rear garden

Montgomery 10 miles, Church Stretton 13 miles, Ludlow 20 miles, Shrewsbury 23 miles

Council Tax Band: A (Shropshire Council)
Tenure: Freehold

Lounge w: 4.55m x l: 4.08m (w: 14' 11" x l: 13' 5")
An external timber door opens into this inviting lounge, where history and warmth intertwine. A Clearview wood burning stove sits proudly on a slate hearth, framed by a striking brick back wall and a grand oak beam overhead. A window to the front floods the space with natural light, while a convenient cupboard next to the door provides storage for shoes and the house fuse board. But the real star of the show is the exposed oak beam and brickwork that frames the entry to the kitchen - a charming reminder of the building's fascinating past, when this very wall formed the home's exterior.

Kitchen/Dining w: 2.71m x l: 4.56m (w: 8' 11" x l: 15' )
Descend a few steps from the lounge and discover a delightful kitchen/dining area, where modern convenience meets rustic charm. Sleek floor-mounted cupboards in a chic cream gloss finish provide ample storage, while the tiled floor ensures easy cleaning. Integrated appliances, including a fridge, dishwasher, electric oven, hob, and extractor fan, cater to the needs of the contemporary cook. Wood-effect worktops offer a touch of warmth, and a ceramic sink with a mixer tap completes the picture. A window overlooking the garden brings the outdoors in, while a glazed door leads to the utility room. But it's the exposed brick wall in the dining section that truly steals the show, adding a touch of character and a nod to the property's history.

Continuing the flow of the tiled floor, the utility room offers a dedicated space for laundry essentials. Plumbing is conveniently positioned for a washing machine and tumble dryer, making laundry day a breeze. A stone wall adds a touch of rustic charm, while a window to the garden and a glazed door leading out to the patio create a light and airy atmosphere. This handy space is perfect for keeping household chores organized while offering a glimpse of the beautiful outdoor space.

Bedroom 1 w: 2.92m x l: 3.44m (w: 9' 7" x l: 11' 3")
This peaceful double bedroom offers a haven of relaxation bathed in natural light thanks to a window at the front. Plush fitted carpets ensure comfort underfoot, while fitted wardrobes provide ample storage space. A convenient loft access hatch allows you to explore additional storage possibilities, and exposed ceiling beams add a touch of character and a reminder of the property's rich past.

Bedroom 2 w: 2.71m x l: 3.73m (w: 8' 11" x l: 12' 3")
This tranquil double bedroom provides a light and airy haven overlooking the delightful garden. Plush carpets offer comfort, while a double fitted mirror sliding door wardrobe ensures ample storage space. Wake up each morning to the refreshing view of the garden through the glazed window, creating a sense of peaceful connection with the outdoors.

Bathroom w: 2.25m x l: 1.68m (w: 7' 5" x l: 5' 6")
Step into a bathroom that seamlessly blends timeless charm with modern functionality. Original wooden flooring underfoot adds a touch of warmth and character, while exposed ceiling and wall beams continue the theme of the property's rich history. A classic white panelled bath with mixer taps boasts a convenient electric shower overhead, complete with tiled splashbacks for easy cleaning. A hand wash basin with storage beneath provides a practical touch, and a WC completes this quirky yet functional bathroom space.

Step outside and discover your own private haven, perfect for relaxation and outdoor enjoyment. A charming small patio provides a perfect spot for al fresco dining or simply soaking up the sun. A pathway leads past a low retaining brick wall with a dedicated border, offering a delightful space to plant vegetables, vibrant flowers, or a combination of both. The raised decking area at the rear of the garden creates a designated space for entertaining, lounging, or simply enjoying the views. And for added convenience, a wooden timber log store/shed provides a practical solution for keeping garden tools and firewood neatly organized.

Mains water, electricity and drainage. Electric underfloor heating to the kitchen. Wood burning stove in lounge. Double glazing to rear of property only.

Important Notice
Our particulars have been prepared with care and are checked where possible by the vendor. They are however, intended as a guide. Measurements, areas and distances are approximate. Appliances, plumbing, heating and electrical fittings are noted, but not tested. Legal matters including Rights of Way, Covenants, Easements, Wayleaves and Planning matters have not been verified and you should take advice from your legal representatives and Surveyor.

Money Laundering
We will require evidence of your ability to proceed with the purchase, if the sale is agreed to you.

The successful purchaser will be required to produce adequate identification to prove their identity within the terms of the Money Laundering Regulations. Appropriate examples: Passport/ Photographic Driving Licence and recent Utility Bill.


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