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4 Bedroom Detached Bungalow Sold STC

Longden, Shrewsbury SY5 8EX


Key Features

  • LARGE PLOT / Generous side and rear garden.
  • GENEROUS BEDROOMS / Four double bedrooms
  • VERSITILE LIVING SPACE / Study or playroom
  • NEW KITCHEN / Large modern new kitchen
  • DOUBLE GARAGE / Lots of storage and the potential for conversion to an Annex or holiday let
  • COUNTRY WALKS / Lot of country walks quite literally from the driveway


This stunning 4-bedroom detached bungalow is perfect for families looking for space, style and privacy. Situated on a generously sized plot, 0.3 of an acre, this property boasts a large living room, brand new kitchen diner, utility room, study, four double bedrooms and a family bathroom, making it the perfect family home.

Upon entering, you are greeted by the porch which leads to the inner hallway, providing access to the living room, kitchen diner, study and guest WC. The highlight of this property is the brand new kitchen which has had no expense spared, complete with top-of-the-range built-in appliances including a fridge freezer, dishwasher, double oven and grill, and a microwave. The central kitchen island with its own breakfast bar is perfect for morning coffee or casual dining.

The second hallway leads to four double bedrooms, perfect for a growing family, and a large modern family bathroom. The property also benefits from a detached double garage and off-road parking for at least 5 cars on the large driveway.

Furthermore, the property has incredible potential with the correct consent to convert the double garage into an annex or holiday let, adding even more value to this already stunning family home.

The Gardens are not only spacious but private and well maintained, there is huge potential for a log cabin or large summer house which will not intrude on the size of this garden at all.

Longden has a few notable historic sites, including a 12th-century church dedicated to St. Chad, which is one of the oldest churches in Shropshire. The church has a Norman doorway and a medieval font that is believed to date back to the 14th century. Overall, Longden is a charming village, it is a wonderful place to live, with a well respected Primary School and Nursery, picturesque scenery and access to lots of local walks from your driveway.

In brief - this property comprises of:

Porch, hallway, living room, kitchen diner, utility, study/ playroom, guest WC inner hallway, 4 double bedrooms, family bathroom and a double garage.


Feel free to give Ewemove Shrewsbury a call and we will be happy to arrange a viewing at a time that is convenient for you. You can do this 24/7. Alternatively, if you prefer to book with a few clicks of your mouse - you can visit the Ewemove Shrewsbury website by clicking the Full Brochure link below. On the property particulars page (for this property) simply click Book a viewing. If you have any difficulties - please don't hesitate to give us a call or email and we will gladly help

This home includes:
  • 01 - Front Gardens

    From the road, you enter the plot along a graveled driveway leading to the double garage and a short paved path to the front door. To the right of the driveway there is a mature hedge and a lawn to the left with mature trees and shrubs. A smaller lawn to the side of the path with more shrubs and flower beds. There is ample parking for 5 cars plus space for two more in the garage. To the left hand side of the plot is a small brook with raised stone banks.

  • 02 - Porch

    Once through the front door, you enter the porch which has a grey tiled floor, and a frosted window to the front aspect. An ideal space for removing your shoes in winter and a sliding glass door keeps the draft out of the inner hallway.

  • 03 - Hallway

    Carpeted with doors to the living room, kitchen diner, study and guest WC. This sizable hallway has space for a bookshelf and much more.

  • 04 - Living Room

    5.03m x 4.96m (24.9 sqm) - 16' 6" x 16' 3" (268 sqft)

    Through the glazed twin wooden door you enter the generous living room you are greeted by the stone fireplace with a grey stone hearth. The cosy log fire is ideal for relaxing winter nights, in the daytime the light pours in through two large floor to ceiling windows one to the front aspect and one to the side aspect. There is also a second window to give views of the side garden. There is space for two 3 seater settees, two bookshelves and a tv unit and there is still space for more furniture.

  • 05 - Kitchen / Dining Room

    6.06m x 4.96m (30 sqm) - 19' 10" x 16' 3" (323 sqft)

    This is the largest room in the house and as in most family homes the beating heart of the property. Recently upgraded with a fantastic no expense spared modern kitchen, space for a six seater dining table and chairs and a two seater settee. The finish of the grey floor and wall units coupled with the white worktop really needs to be seen. You have all the built-in appliances you would expect in a kitchen this size like a fridge freezer, dishwasher, double oven and grill, ceramic hob and microwave. A very well thought through design has underlit wall units and an island that seats two people for your morning coffee. The amount of storage this kitchen offers is vast with lots of cupboards and a mixture of drawers. To finish the kitchen off there is a stainless steel one and a half sink drainer that matches the stainless steel hood above the hob. With a window to the rear aspect and French patio doors to the garden you have lots of natural light and when the sun goes down the addition of ceiling spotlights allows you to fully appreciate this kitchen at night. The wooden effect floor flows throughout the room and a door gives access to the utility.

  • 06 - Utility Room

    2.64m x 1.55m (4 sqm) - 8' 7" x 5' 1" (44 sqft)

    A useful space with a tiled floor and a door to the rear garden with plumbing for a washing machine.

  • 07 - Study

    3.08m x 2.64m (8.1 sqm) - 10' 1" x 8' 7" (87 sqft)

    From the hallway you enter the study through twin glazed wooden doors, the study is an ideal space if you work from home but also could be used as a playing room. There is a window to the utility room which lets in lots of light.

  • 08 - WC

    2.08m x 1.28m (2.6 sqm) - 6' 9" x 4' 2" (28 sqft)

    A tiled floor with a WC and sink is ideal for guests so they don't have to use the family bathroom.

  • 09 - Inner Hall

    A door from the carpeted hallway leads to an inner hallway that separates the bedrooms from the living area of the house. Doors to bedrooms one, two, three, four and the family bathroom.

  • 10 - Bedroom 1

    3.36m x 3m (10 sqm) - 11' x 9' 10" (108 sqft)

    A double bedroom which is carpeted with a window giving views of the rear garden. Benefiting from a built-in wardrobe space is not an issue for a large double bed and other bedroom furniture.

  • 11 - Bedroom 2

    3.97m x 3.36m (13.3 sqm) - 13' x 11' (143 sqft)

    This is the largest bedroom, a generous double with a king-size bed, space for several chests of drawers and a built-in triple twin door wardrobe. Carpeted with a window giving views of the rear garden.

  • 12 - Bedroom 3

    3.73m x 2.96m (11 sqm) - 12' 2" x 9' 8" (118 sqft)

    Another double bedroom, carpeted with a window to the front.

  • 13 - Bedroom 4

    2.96m x 2.93m (8.6 sqm) - 9' 8" x 9' 7" (93 sqft)

    The last of our double bedrooms, carpeted with a window front aspect and also benefits from two twin built-in wardrobes with character wooden doors.

  • 14 - Family Bathroom

    3m x 2.47m (7.4 sqm) - 9' 10" x 8' 1" (79 sqft)

    This generous family bathroom is exactly what you would expect for a home of this size. With a carpeted floor, white WC, matching bidet and sink with storage beneath, a bath and a separate shower, this bathroom has everything. Finished off with part tiled walls and a window to the side aspect.

  • 15 - Double Garage

    6.15m x 5.86m (36 sqm) - 20' 2" x 19' 2" (387 sqft)

    With two wooden double garage doors and a side door from the garden, this is a really good space for storage and two cars. You also have the opportunity to convert this space, subject to the appropriate consents, to an annex or even a holiday let which would be a great value add to what is already a generous property.

  • 16 - Rear Garden

    The rear garden can be accessed by a wooden gate between the garage and the house, also from the French doors in the kitchen diner and the utility room. The garden swings around from the back of the house along the side and behind the double garage. The L-shaped lawn has a low level brick wall running fully around the side and back of the house with two sets of steps, one giving access to the kitchen diner and a second newly built set giving access to the utility room. Linking steps a raised walkway with grey stones allowing you the walk from the back gate all the way to the back door without stepping foot on the lawn ideal in winter. There is a useful graveled storage area behind the garage which could have many different uses. The garden is bordered by hedges and mature trees with flower beds and even a grow your own veggie patch. The size of this garden can only be appreciated when viewing then you will see the space and potential of a log cabin or large summer house.

  • Please note, all dimensions are approximate / maximums and should not be relied upon for the purposes of floor coverings.

Additional Information:
  • Council Tax:

    Band F

  • Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) Rating:

    Band C (69-80)
  • Summary

    Additional Information:

    • Council Tax: Band F