Nestled on the corner of Shrewsbury Road, adjacent to the village pub in Edgmond, is this beautiful semi-detached cottage.
Set within its own garden, with access to local amenities from the doorstep, this cream-coloured cottage boasts an immaculate interior, perfect for relaxing!
Bring your family and friends to enjoy open-plan setup, fully fitted with a luxurious set of fixtures and quality kitchen appliances.
Lounge on the L-shape corner sofa after a day exploring; slide open the bi-fold doors on a warm summer’s day and allow a fresh breeze mirror the crisp finish inside.
Tuck into a delicious home cooked meal at the large dining table, before competing at a family board game in the reading room next door.
The cosy snug room boasts a plush leather sofa and Freeview TV with a DVD player - perfect for movie nights!Light the woodburning stove, set within the inglenook and feel the warm glow as you wind down for the evening.
Also on this floor is a shower room and a twin bedroom with patio doors leading outside into the enclosed rear garden, for the ideal family retreat.
Climb the carpeted staircase to the first level, where the master bedroom and double room enjoy feature beams and the original wood floor, accompanied by a modern bathroom suite.
To the exterior, the rear garden is fully enclosed so that pets and children can play together safely as you relax on the patio.Enjoy a tasty barbecue any time you fancy, with a lovely outlook over the green lawn.
Edgmond is a lovely village, with two pubs serving delicious food and drinks, as well as a village shop with a post office.
It is also close to Harper Adams University.
You can enjoy an afternoon stroll along the canal to the town Newport, where a host of shops, pubs and wine bars line the high street.
Edgmond is surrounded by rural villages and walks, such as the popular Wrekin, a hill that has the most spectacular views of the Shropshire hills, a perfect dog walk or ramble.
Take a day trip to Ironbridge, a town on the River Severn and birthplace of the Industrial Revolution.Famous for the Iron Bridge, a 30-metre cast iron bridge that opened in 1781.
Ironbridge is home to many museums and historical places of interests, pubs and shops.A truly interesting day out.
Shrewsbury is a little further afield with its abbey, castle and gardens, and the National Trust's Attingham Park, which is well worth a visit.
Bridgnorth for further shops and walks along the riverside.
The castle walk starts at the top of the Cliff railway, taking you past St. Mary's church and onto the gardens surrounding the castle ruins.Here you can relax with a picnic and take in the lovely surroundings.
Choose this base for a memorable holiday in a charming part of England.
About the location
Newport 2.3 miles; Shrewsbury 17.8 miles; Bridgnorth 21.3 miles
Nestled in the borough of Telford and Wrekin, this Shropshire village of Edgmond boasts two pubs, a Methodist chapel and hall, as well as a shop and post office. It is also home to Harper Adams University, The Playing Fields, where they host Sunday cricket games and pub football matched, and the old sandstone quarry known as the 'Rock Hole'. The canal walk is popular among local residents and visitors to the village, and leads down to the town of Newport. On the outskirts of Edgmond, is Chetwynd Deer Park, a beautiful 18th century landscape park with mature trees and vast grassland, now serving as the agricultural showgrounds. The town of Newport boasts a large number of shops lining the high street, as well as a range of pubs and wine bars. There are plenty of opportunities for walking and cycling, with the Millennium walk way and the Sustrans National Cycle Network. Bridgnorth offers a bustling town centre, fascinating castle ruins and walks along the River Severn. The Severn Valley Railway runs between Bridgnorth and Kidderminster, with a variety of steam and diesel engines making their way through picturesque countryside. Pay a visit to Shrewsbury, discover its fine English heritage bursting from its cobbled streets, and listed buildings. There is a splendid selection of independent and high street shops, along with cafes, bars, restaurants and pubs. Explore its sandstone castle with beautiful gardens, Shrewsbury Abbey and Quarry Park, home to the annual Shrewsbury Flower Show. Attingham Park is also worth a visit for its detailed history, walled gardens and deer park. This wonderful area also boasts the popular destinations of Ludlow and Church Stretton, all within easy reach, making a lovely family day out. A quality break in the heart of one of England's finest counties.