The Common, Bayston Hill, Shrewsbury, SY3 0EA
About this property
Property SummaryA unique opportunity to acquire this beautiful, sympathetically restored Grade II listed former parish church. Built by renowned architect Edward Haycock from 1843, the accommodation provides great character and includes: Impressive Split Level Entrance Hall, Study, 3 Large Reception Rooms, Kitchen, Utility Room, Rear Lobby, 4 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, 2 Shower Rooms, Spacious Useful Basement, Attractive Gardens, Double Garage, Prime Position On The Common, Glorious Views. Early Viewing Is Considered Essential.
The property is approached through a beautiful stone archway with arch studded entrance door.
Enclosed Porch (6' 10'' x 5' 9'' (2.08m x 1.75m))
Tiled flooring, double doors opening into
Magnificent Split-level Entrance Hall (24' 0'' x 14' 6'' (7.31m x 4.42m))
A wealth of features include pattern wood block flooring, oak wall panelling, arched windows to either side, wooden organ loft. From the Lower Hall staircase leads to Mezzanine Level and double doors lead to
Superb Basement (24' 6'' x 23' 10'' (7.46m x 7.26m))
Providing an excellent, extensive workshop area, also contains gas fired central heating boilers.
Door leads to
Study (7' 10'' x 6' 9'' (2.39m x 2.06m))
Arched stained glass window.
Living/Family Room (24' 0'' x 16' 10'' (7.31m x 5.13m))
Full height arched windows to either side, sliding doors to
Dining Room (17' 0'' x 13' 10'' (5.18m x 4.21m))
Exposed floor boards and full height arched window to the side enjoying westerly aspects. Original internal arched stained glass window. Five steps down to kitchen.
Door leading to Basement and door to
Kitchen/Breakfast Room (20' 6'' x 10' 3'' (6.24m x 3.12m))
A generous room fitted with wood fronted units to 3 wall areas, integrated double oven and hob, laminated work tops with inset sink unit, deep tiled surround, to windows to the rear and further side window, door leads to
Utility Room (12' 4''+ recess x 9' 11'' (3.76m x 3.02m))
Fitted with good range of units, sink unit, arched side window, 5 steps lead to Mezzanine Level and Shower Room, 3 steps lead to
Rear Lobby (former Vestry) (9' 8'' x 5' 6'' (2.94m x 1.68m))
Door leading to side garden.
Fitted with 3 piece suite.
Leads from the Dining Room to the Upper Sitting Room and Bedroom 4
Upper Sitting Room (24' 11'' x 17' 1'' (7.59m x 5.20m))
This is a magnificent room naturally lit by 4 double glazed Velux windows enjoy far reaching views, two towards the Welsh hills. Rich in character with exposed wall and ceiling timbers.
Bedroom 4 (20' 6'' x 10' 6'' (6.24m x 3.20m))
Again, extremely well lit with range of arched windows, circular window and Velux window, vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, excellent views towards the town and towards the Welsh Hills.
Leads from the Split Level Hall onto a naturally lit Landing.
Doors lead to
Bedroom 1 (17' 0'' + recess x 15' 7'' (5.18m x 4.75m))
A particularly generous bedroom enhanced by an arched recess which forms part of the Bell Tower, arched window overlooks The Common, westerly facing Velux window providing further natural lighting and views towards the Welsh hills.
En Suite Bathroom (11' 8'' x 3' 0'' (3.55m x 0.91m))
Fitted with 5 piece suite including bath, shower cubicle, bidet, wash basin and WC. Velux window.
Bedroom 2 (12' 0'' x 11' 9'' (3.65m x 3.58m))
Built in wardrobes and Velux window.
En Suite Shower Room
Shower cubicle and wash basin.
Bedroom 3 (12' 9'' x 10' 9'' (3.88m x 3.27m))
Velux window with views towards the Welsh hills, wardrobes.
Fitted with 3 piece including bath, wash basin, WC, skylight.
The property enjoys a very favourable position on The Common in Bayston Hill. A stone wall runs across the front of the property with double wrought iron gate leading onto an extensive driveway providing ample parking and turning space.
Stone Built Double Garage
With ample storage above.
Front and Side Gardens
Provide gravel patios, excellent selection of shrubs and trees, wide pathway leads around to the rear garden.
Enjoys excellent privacy and is enclosed by hedging with a variety of established trees. The rear garden is laid mainly to lawn with shrub beds and soft fruit section. The lawns connect to the west side of the property with raised bed and greenhouse.
The Common, Bayston Hill, Shrewsbury, SY3 0EA£500,000