A 42' x 20' Tingdene Park Home On This Residential Site For The Over 50's, Situated On The Outskirts Of The Village Of Highley Amidst The Picturesque Severn Valley Countryside. Available With No Upwards Chain.
* Spacious 15' x 15' Lounge
* Separate Dining Room
* Kitchen With Integral Hob & Oven
* Master Bedroom With Walk-In Wardrobe
* Bathroom & En-Suite Shower Room
* South Facing Patio Garden
Entrance Hall 1.52m x 1.19m (5'0" x 3'11")
Lounge 4.72m x 4.67m (15'6" x 15'4")
Dining Room 2.97m x 2.67m (9'9" x 8'9")
Kitchen 2.97m x 2.90m (9'9" x 9'6")
Store 1.73m x 1.19m (5'8" x 3'11")
Bedroom One 3.10m x 2.90m (10'2" x 9'6")
En-Suite Shower Room 1.60m x 1.52m (5'3" x 5'0")
Walk-In Wardrobe 1.60m x 1.27m (5'3" x 4'2")
Bedroom Two 3.35m x 2.90m (11'0" x 9'6")
Bathroom 1.96m x 1.68m (6'5" x 5'6")
Highley Park Homes is a quiet and pleasant residential park homes site for the over 50's, tucked away off a country lane just half a mile from the village centre and shops.
This 2004 Tingdene property is a little larger than average at 42' x 20', and is sited on a generous plot with sunny south facing rear patio gardens and single parking space to the front.
The accommodation includes an entrance hall which gives way to a spacious and nicely proportioned lounge, measuring over 15' square with dual aspect windows and Adam style feature fireplace incorporating an electric fire.
The separate dining room has a pair of patio doors giving access to the side pathway and garden, whilst the kitchen is fitted with a range of maple fronted wall and base cabinets, complementary work surfaces with tiled splashbacks, tiled floor and integral Neff electric oven and gas hob.
The kitchen also features a spacious walk-in store/ pantry, also accommodating the central heating boiler.
The inner hallway gives way to two bedrooms and a bathroom, the master bedroom featuring a walk-in wardrobe plus en-suite shower room, whilst the second bedroom has twin fitted double wardrobes with matching bedside cabinets and bridging cupboards above.
Outside, to the right hand side of the property is a hard landscaped area with paved pathway featuring gravel edging and a variety of planted shrubs. The paved rear patio enjoys a good degree of privacy and features a raised ornamental fishpond plus green metal garden shed.
Highley has a good range of local amenities, and is surrounded by the idyllic Severn Valley countryside which is a favourite destination for anglers, ramblers and visitors to the restored steam railway line which has a station in the village.
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are all connected. Gas fired central heating is installed (boiler last serviced July 2021) and all windows are upvc double glazed. Council tax is payable to Shropshire Council, rated as Band A. Site fees, currently £136.24 per calendar month, are payable to the site owners to include water rates.
The sale of the property is regulated by the Mobile Homes Act 2013 and once a sale has been agreed in principal the intending purchaser(s) will be provided with the appropriate Buyers Information Form.
Purchasers should also note that upon the sale of the property the site owner is entitled to a commission of 10% of the sale price. The purchaser will pay 90% of the purchase price to the seller upon completion, followed by a separate payment of the remaining 10% directly to the site owner.
Please ask for a copy of the Department for Communities & Local Government leaflet - "Park Homes: Know Your Rights", which explains the process very simply.
Allan Morris Estate Agents always recommend that for peace of mind prospective purchasers should take independent legal advice before entering into any legally binding agreement.