This detached bungalow overlooks the rolling countryside in the Shropshire village of Bomere Heath, just four miles from Shrewsbury.
Enter this bright and fresh cottage and to the left lies a charming, pink family shower room.
Walk along the hallway and discover the three delightful bedrooms here at Brantwood; a king-size, a twin and a single room with baby-changing facilities for your convenience, the bedrooms either look over the nearby countryside or the delightful back garden.
The sitting room is a wonderfully social area to unwind at the end of the day, it features comfortable seating for everybody, an electric fire, a TV and even a piano for the musically talented.
The property also hosts a lovely dining room, with extra comfy seating in full view of the garden.
The interior concludes with a well-appointed kitchen dressed in stylish blues and greys.
Spend some time in your private garden, beautifully kept and brimming with attractive plants and flowers, it's a fabulous spot to kick back and take in your environment.
Bomere Heath is a splendid, peaceful village providing you with a convenience store, a pub serving food and a chip shop, as well as excellent access to Shrewsbury.
Boasting traditional half-timbered buildings, vast array of amenities and much more, this is a fantastic place to base your holiday.
You can also head to the characterful market town of Ellesmere which makes for a memorable day out.
A well-presented cottage in a stunning countryside location.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Utility. Dining room. Sitting room with electric fire.
About the location
Shrewsbury 4.5 miles; Telford 17 miles
This quiet little village sits in the north of Shropshire, just over four miles north of the county town, Shrewsbury. Bomere Heath itself provides a well-stocked convenience store, a chip shop and a friendly pub, the Red Lion, serving food. Nearby Shrewsbury is a wonderful town with a wide variety of shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants with some wonderfully rustic arhitecure, there are also lovely gardens and the Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery. Telford is also easily accessible and is a stunning town making for a delightful day trip. For your dose of wondrous countryside, paths and trails, the Shropshire Hills AONB is slightly further south than Shrewsbury with its incredible scenery and wildlife.