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8 Redchurch Close, Broseley, Shropshire, TF12

2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

£140,250Asking price

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Property Description

Asking price represents an 85% Share
Local connection required
Two bedrooms
Driveway parking
Private and enclosed rear garden
Backing on to woodland
No upward chain

This charming two-bedroom semi-detached property is situated in a quiet residential area, offering a comfortable and inviting living space. The house boasts a well-designed layout, featuring alongside the two bedrooms is a bathroom, kitchen diner, living room, and a private rear garden. Driveway parking is available for two vehicles.

The property is offered on a shared ownership basis to qualified buyers who have a local connection with Broseley. The share purchase price of £140,250 is an 85% share of the full market value with a monthly rent of £48.22 and service charge of £7.71 per month. The annual rent is calculated as 3% of the remaining share of the full market value.

The property is Leasehold (shared ownership house lease) with a term of 96 years remaining.

To assess eligibility purchasers will need to register with helptobuyagent2 (www.helptobuyagent2.org.uk) and complete a financial assessment prior to a sale being agreed. For more information, please contact Nock Deighton.

Broseley is a small town located in Shropshire, England. It is situated on the southern edge of the Ironbridge Gorge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its significance in the Industrial Revolution. The town is named after the Broseley family, who were prominent local landowners.

Historically, Broseley played a vital role in the development of the iron industry. It was one of the key centers of iron production during the Industrial Revolution.

One notable feature of Broseley is the Broseley Pipeworks, which was established in the 18th century and is considered the oldest surviving pipe-making factory in the world. The pipeworks produced clay tobacco pipes that were widely used during that era.

Today, Broseley retains much of its historic charm and is known for its picturesque setting. Visitors can explore the quaint streets lined with Georgian and Victorian buildings, which give a glimpse into the town's rich heritage. The Ironbridge Gorge, including the famous Iron Bridge itself, is located nearby and attracts numerous tourists interested in industrial history.

The town also offers several attractions and amenities for visitors. The Broseley Pipeworks Museum provides insights into the town's industrial past, showcasing the traditional methods of pipe-making. Benthall Hall, a beautiful 16th-century manor house, is another notable landmark in the area, offering guided tours and stunning gardens.

Broseley is surrounded by scenic countryside, making it an excellent base for outdoor activities such as walking, cycling, and exploring the nearby Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The town has a community feel, with local shops, pubs, and eateries catering to both residents and visitors.

Overall, Broseley is a charming town with a rich industrial history, offering a blend of historical attractions, natural beauty, and a welcoming community atmosphere.

Please note, there may be material facts which may affect your decision to view or purchase this property which may be declared in the Property Information Questionnaire or TA6. This document will be available on request.

Identification Check Charge
In accordance with The Money Laundering Regulations 2007, the Agents are duty bound to carry out due diligence on all Clients to confirm their identity, including the eventual purchasers of a property. The Agents use an electronic verification system, Credas, to verify Clients' identity that is not a credit check so it will have no effect on credit history. Credas may check the details you supply against any particulars on any database to which they have access. By placing an offer on this property you agree that if your offer is accepted, subject to contract, that we as agents for the seller complete this check for a fee of £60 inc VAT (£50 + VAT) per transaction, charged at the point agreeing the sale (subject to contract). This charge is non-refundable including in the event that an eventual exchange of contracts is unsuccessful. A record of the search will be retained by the Agents.

Sat Nav - TF12 5SZ Redchurch Close is the last cul-de-sac on the right hand side, with Number 8 being half way along on the left hand side.