This welcoming Victorian mid-terrace cottage is ideally situated close to the centre of the beautiful town of Shrewsbury.
Extremely well-presented and within a 10 minute walk to the town centre, this cottage is ideal for families or small groups of friends.
The cottage includes a comfortable sitting room with a coal-effect gas fire, making it an ideal place to relax after a day exploring the area.
The well-equipped kitchen is decorated to a high standard with everything needed for those home-cooked meals, which can be enjoyed in the separate dining room.
Upstairs are two pretty double bedrooms, as well as a well-designed and spacious bathroom.
Outside there is an enclosed lawned garden; perfect for letting off steam, with a nice patio and furniture, making it an ideal place to sit and relax.
The historic town of Shrewsbury can be easily reached within a 10-15 minutes’ walk and includes an excellent range of amenities including a wonderful variety of shops, pubs, restaurants, museums, the excellent Theatre Severn, lovely riverside walks and boat trips.
There are three local pubs just a short walk around the corner, The Agricultural Showground just five minutes walk away, as well as a handy corner store and Asian takeaway.
The nearby Attingham Park National Trust property is a good day out and just a short drive will bring you to The Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site, Church Stretton and beautiful Ludlow.
This is a lovely cottage and a great base to explore a variety of stunning areas making it the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing break or all year round.
About the location
Bowbrook 3.7 miles; Church Stretton 13 miles; Much Wenlock 13 miles.
Shrewsbury lies in the heart of one of England's most beautiful counties. Set within a giant loop of the River Severn, it is one of England's finest heritage towns with over 600 listed buildings. Explore the picturesque cobbled alleys and squares or enjoy some of the events and festivals that take place each year, particularly Shrewsbury's 'Summer Season' which caters for every age and interest. The town offers a superb selection of independent and high street shops, along with plenty of cafes, bars, restaurants and pubs. The birthplace of Charles Darwin, Shrewsbury also boasts Shrewsbury Abbey, founded in 1083 and home to the fictional Brother Cadfael. Shrewsbury Castle, an impressive sandstone building in beautiful gardens and grounds, houses the Shropshire Regimental Museum, while Quarry Park is home to the annual Shrewsbury Flower Show. Visit NT's stately Attingham Park, an elegant 18th century mansion, Wroxeter Roman City, the museums at Ironbridge, the castle and Michelin starred restaurants of Ludlow, or Acton Scott working farm, as featured in the Victorian Farm TV series.
Note: Children aged 12 years and older only.