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2 Bedroom Terraced House Sold STC

Meadow Terrace, Shrewsbury SY1 1PE


Key Features

  • DON'T LIFT A FINGER / Outstanding presentation and finish
  • PERIOD PROPERTY / With fully restored original features
  • MODERN LIVING / Brand NEW kitchen and bathroom
  • PENTHOUSE SLEEPING / Second bedroom in the eaves
  • OFF-ROAD PARKING / Right in the centre of Shrewsbury
  • LOCAL TRANSPORT LINKS / A commuter's paradise
  • ALL PLAY AND NO WORK / Low-maintenance backyard


You really can't get much more central than this! Right in the very beating heart of Shrewsbury sits this delightfully restored townhouse, with accommodation over 3 floors, built around the 1880s and still retaining a number of its original features. Sandwiched between the train station and the bus station, there's also an argument for saying you wouldn't need the parking space at the front of the house. But don't worry, we're not taking it away! This is a great location, surrounded by amenities and just a short walk from the River Severn, as well as the country town of Shrewsbury with all its restaurants, bars, shopping and culture.

This property is located in a conservation area, but there's no need to worry as it's coming fully restored and renovated, so all you have to do is move in. It still has a multitude of original features, from sash windows, to beautifully restored wooden floors, cast iron fireplaces and stone hearths. The house itself is remarkably beautifully presented, having been renovated to within an inch of its life, whilst retaining the character features. Every surface has been painted and decorated to a high standard and in neutral colours. The kitchen, bathroom, the carpets and even the fuse box are all brand spanking new, so it's basically a brand new house inside a characterful period property. What's not to love?

If you want a house you can just move into and stun everyone from the get-go, you're onto a winner here. It is in absolute tip top condition and would make either an excellent home, commuter's pad, an investment property or Airbnb.

One thing is for sure, properties boasting this location and in this condition do not hang around for long, so you'll have to get your skates on.

In brief - this property comprises of:�

Living room, kitchen, cellar, 2 double bedrooms, shower room, private rear yard and parking at the front.

This home includes:
  • 01 - Front Garden

    The area in front of this house is dedicated to parking which is a feature worth its weight in gold in such a central location. The drive is very tidy, with neat block paving and a smart frontage to the property, full of 1870-80s character. The drive features bollards to prevent unwanted parking if required.

  • 02 - Living Room

    3.96m x 3.46m (13.7 sqm) - 12' 11" x 11' 4" (147 sqft)

    The front door is a painted wooden door, in keeping with the era of the property, and is paired with beautiful sash windows at the front, providing both character and light for the living room inside. The period features continue from the off with a beautiful cast iron fireplace, with wooden surround, slate hearth and mantelpiece. The carpet is brand new and the room has been recently decorated. Even the fuse box was replaced just a few months ago. A doorway at the rear leads to the kitchen.

  • 03 - Kitchen

    3.56m x 2.42m (8.6 sqm) - 11' 8" x 7' 11" (92 sqft)

    The kitchen is the ideal period vs modern mix, with a quarry-tile floor, painted brick walls under the stairs and a wooden farmhouse-style door leading outside. Meanwhile, the kitchen itself is brand new. Light shaker-style wall and floor cupboards are teamed up with wood-effect work surfaces and silver handles. The electric oven, grill and gas hob are built in, with space for a washing machine. The walls are tiled in Sage green and the cute stainless steel sink and drainer look out through the window to the rear aspect. Stairs lead upstairs and down to the cellar which is a fully functioning room.

  • 04 - Cellar

    3.21m x 2.43m (7.8 sqm) - 10' 6" x 7' 11" (83 sqft)

    The Celler has a concrete floor with white tanked walls and an arched ceiling. A very useful and functional room.

  • 05 - First Floor Landing

    The stairs are carpeted in neutral brown which then leads onto a beautiful new hardwood floor on the first-floor landing. It's worth noting that all the wooden floors in this property have been fully refurbished by the current owners. This landing provides access to bedroom 1 and the bathroom, and then a second staircase leads up to bedroom 2 in the loft.

  • 06 - Master Bedroom

    3.96m x 3.56m (14 sqm) - 12' 11" x 11' 8" (151 sqft)

    This is great sized room at the front of the house, matching the footprint of the living room downstairs. The original wooden floors have been professionally restored. Original fire with brick hearth and another sash window is once again combined with tasteful decoration in neutral tones.

  • 07 - Family Bathroom

    2.24m x 1.65m (3.6 sqm) - 7' 4" x 5' 4" (39 sqft)

    The bathroom is accessed though a sliding door from the first-floor landing and has also been installed very recently. It has been finished to the same high standard seen throughout the house and complements the colour scheme with its stylishly grey palette. A new shower cubicle occupies the left-hand corner, containing an overhead rainfall shower and a second, hand-held shower head, alongside a white hand basin to the right and a matching WC opposite.

  • 08 - Bedroom 2

    3.96m x 3.56m (14 sqm) - 12' 11" x 11' 8" (151 sqft)

    The carpet on the second-floor stairs matches that on the first floor stairs. This staircase leads directly into bedroom 2 which occupies the top floor of the house, and again matches the size of the 2 rooms below it, making it another good-sized double bedroom. The professionally restored wooden floor and brick hearth also match those of bedroom 1, but the fireplace has been removed at some point. Also decorated to a high standard.

  • 09 - Rear Garden

    The rear yard is very smart and incredibly low-maintenance with blocked paving. Fully enclosed with wooden fencing and accessed via steps down from the back door. A wooden gate at the end of the yard leads through to a walkway which also gives access to the street for bin access etc. This yard is a valuable outside space for relaxing or dining, or even gives scope for an extension.

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

Additional Information:
  • Council Tax:

    Band B
  • Summary

    Additional Information:

    • Council Tax: Band B