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St Marys Rectory, 16 East Castle Street, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16

8 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

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8 Bedrooms
Three Reception Rooms
First and Second Floor Bathrooms
Entrance Hall
Detached Annexe Outbuilding
Large Gardens
Excellent Views
Town Centre Location

St Mary's Rectory is set on a prestigious street steeped in history which follows the natural curve of the Castle's outer bailey, also reminiscent of a Georgian crescent. The property is located next to St Mary Magdalene Church which stands majestically at the end before the castle gardens and the castle remnants.

The property offers enviable and well-proportioned accommodation set over three floors and is complemented by its wonderful level rear garden with useful outbuildings and the most spectacular views.

A particular feature is the detached annexe outbuilding which could be used for ancillary accommodation or an ideal place to work from how, complete with kitchen area and shower room.

Internal accommodation includes three generously proportioned reception rooms on the ground floor, in addition to the breakfast kitchen and utility.

Four bedrooms are located on the first floor in addition to the family bathroom and dressing room. This is repeated on the second floor, along with an additional study/ store room.

Externally, the property is set within a substantial plot with delightful gardens that envelope the property to the side and rear, and include large areas of lawn, mature trees & planted borders and a paved courtyard with excellent storage.

Parking in this street is for permit holders and two are allocated per property with up to four vehicles being registered to them.

A flying freehold exsists with the rooms directly above the garage to 16 East Castle Street form part of 15 East Castle Street.

THE AREA: The ancient market town of Bridgnorth is geographically divided into High Town and Low Town, linked by several sets of historic steps, the famous cliff railway and by Cartway, a meandering street steeped in history. The local area enjoys excellent amenities including high street shopping, supermarkets, a wide range of leisure facilities, doctors and dentists. Bridgnorth offers excellent educational facilities boasting four primary schools and two secondary schools.

From the agent's office in Whitburn Street proceed to the end of the one-way street and turn right into High Street, passing the old town hall to the end of the High Street and where the road narrows cross the junction of Cartway and Listley Street into West Castle Street. Turn left in front of the Shakespeare Inn in to the no through road of East Castle Street and Number 16 will be found at the end of the road on the right hand side.