23 Brynhafod road, Oswestry, SY11 1RT

Key features

  • Charming Victorian home
  • Three bedrooms | one bathroom
  • Lounge | Wood burner
  • Dining room/snug | Wood burner
  • Kitchen & Utility area
  • Many original features
  • Sun filled garden
  • Off-street parking for two cars
  • Desirable location close to Oswestry town & Cae Glas Park
  • No onward chain

Property description

Bursting with charm and character, this rarely available three-bedroom victorian home offers the ultimate convenience of being only a short walk from Oswestry town and the award-winning Cae Glas park.

The home has lost none of its charm having been updated to a wonderful standard in keeping with the character and style of the home.

The home maintains many of its original features and has been loved and restored to a great standard throughout.

In brief, the home comprises a welcoming entrance, and hallway, directly in front of you are the stairs and a choice of reception room on either side of the hallway.

A front aspect lounge with a burner, a snug/dining room also has a wood burner, and a stunningly beautiful bay window and doors leading to the garden.

A wonderful galley country-style kitchen with single aga, butler sink and a selection of cupboard storage there is also a dishwasher installed, and the sink position overlooks the garden.

A door leads to a separate utility area with plumbing for a washing machine as well as a toilet.

The first-floor benefits three good size bedrooms, and a modern fitted bathroom.

The third bedroom is currently being used as a home office, but comfortably fits a bed.

Outside the home benefits, a large private garden with a patio area perfect for al-fresco dining in the summer months, and mature shrubs and flowers surround the lawn area.

Direct access to the front of the home through a secure gated entrance on both sides of the home.

Off-street parking for two cars is available at the front.

The home is a short walk from the popular market town of Oswestry on the Welsh border with a lively café culture and an interesting mix of both independent and traditional shops and supermarkets and a regular weekly market on Wednesday and Saturday. Easy access to the A5 and A483 provides direct links to Shrewsbury, Chester and beyond and the train station at nearby Gobowen provides regular rail services to Chester, Liverpool, Birmingham and London. The area is renowned for its excellent state and private schools including Oswestry School, Moreton Hall Girls School, Adcote School for Girls, Ellesmere College and Packwood Haugh.

Mains gas
Mains electric
Mains drainage/water

Sellers comments:

“We have absolutely loved our time living at 23 Brynhafod road, we enjoy having fantastic country dog walks on our doorstep and being able to walk into Oswestry through the park for a bite to eat or a few glasses of wine! It really is the best of both worlds. We have worked hard and enjoyed restoring this house to its former Victorian glories. It has been a wonderful home.”
Council tax band: B

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