The four bedroom detached Shrewsbury is a solid and substantial family home that makes a real statement, from the craftsmanship of the Arts and Crafts inspired architecture to the quality of the finish throughout.
The flexible first floor comprises four bedrooms, two doubles and two singles, allowing space for a kids' playroom or games room for smaller families, or even a home office upstairs. The master bedroom benefits from an en-suite shower room, with the family bathroom located between bedrooms two and three.
Downstairs has a superbly appointed open plan kitchen / dining room, with designer units and worktops and top quality integrated appliances, some of which are stored in the separate utility room, from which the downstairs cloaks can also be accessed. Double French doors open out from the dining area to the garden and there is also external access via the utility room. The remainder of the ground floor is split between the large lounge and the integral single garage. Outside, the porch and garage entrance are roofed.
Square and solid, yet flexible and family friendly, the Shrewsbury is a home that will adapt to your changing needs for years to come.
About Kingsbourne, Nantwich
About the Development
Presenting the first phase of an exciting new development in the heart of Nantwich, Kingsbourne gives you and your family the chance to be one of the first residents of this well planned project, which will be packed with new bespoke facilities.
Within walking distance of the town centre and with a selection of good and outstanding schools nearby. Kingsbourne has something for everyone; yet remains surrounded by rolling Cheshire countryside. Register your interest now and you could secure one of these popular new homes in Nantwich for
Just 5% deposit with Help to Buy. Redrow could even help sell your old home for you and make a contribution to your estate agent fees with our Help to Sell scheme. Ask for details today.
Eventually, Kingsbourne will have an allocation for its own local shops and facilities, but for now you’ll find a choice of convenience stores within easy reach and Sainsbury’s, M&S and Morrisons supermarkets in the town.
For GPs, you’ll find three practices located within Church View Primary Care Centre in Nantwich: Nantwich Health Centre , Tudor Surgery and Kiltearn Medical Centre . For dentists, contact Riverside Dental Practice (CW5 5ED, call .
As you would expect in an historic Cheshire town, many of the best places to eat are traditional inns. The Olde Barbridge Inn tops the list on Trip Advisor, with The Thatch Inn, The Crown, The Swan and The Dusty Miller all highly recommended. Chopstix offers a range of Asian and oriental cuisine while
Basmati and Naaz specialise in Indian flavours.
Although there is an allocation for new education facilities as part of the overall scheme, Kingsbourne is already incredibly well placed for schools. Both within 1.5 miles of the new development, Mill Fields Primary is rated ‘good with outstanding features’ by Ofsted, while Acton Church of England Primary is rated ‘outstanding’.
Older pupils will also find their journey to school pleasingly short, with the consistently ‘good’ Malbank School. Brine Leas High School and Sixth Form is close to the development. Reaseheath College is a major establishment to the north of the town offering both further and higher education in land-based subjects such as equestrian and agricultural courses.
There is plenty to keep you occupied all year round in Nantwich, from the Jazz and Blues Festival at Easter to the Food Festival in September. Step back in time at the Jacobean Dorfold Hall with its magnificent grounds, or simply take a stroll along the serene Shropshire Union Canal. Nantwich also hosts the uk’s largest cheese show, a great way to enjoy your weekend.
New release films are shown monthly by Nantwich Film Club, with more regular showings at the Odeon and Reel cinemas in nearby Crewe. Crewe also has a choice of theatres with regular touring productions. For sports, try a round at Reaseheath College Golf Club, or get fit at Nantwich Swimming Pool. For more of a community feel, come and watch or join in at Nantwich fc.
Nantwich has held a traditional market for centuries in the historic, half timbered town centre, and you’ll still find a range of stalls every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The town also hosts a range of specialist markets, including vintage markets, farmers markets and more.
Shopping in the stunning surroundings of the black and white streets is a pleasure in itself, with many of your favourite High Street names nestled amongst the beautiful buildings. For a more modern shopping experience, head to Crewe for The Market Shopping Centre and the Victoria Centre, or the Intu Potteries mall in Stoke-on-Trent.
With the town centre just a short distance away, either by bus or on foot, transport will never be an issue at Kingsbourne. For commuters, Nantwich Station has direct services to Manchester in under an hour and links to Crewe on the West Coast Mainline in just ten minutes. From here, you’ll find services to London in just an hour and three quarters, Chester in 21 minutes and Liverpool in as little as 37 minutes.
For road travellers, Nantwich lies on the main A500 East/West trunk road and is just 9 miles from the M6 at junction 16. All commutable within an hour; Crewe is 6miles, Whitchurch is 11 miles, Stoke-on-Trent is 18miles and Chester 20miles away.
Monday - 11:00am - 5:30pm, Tuesday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Wednesday - 10:00am - 12:00pm, Thursday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Friday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Saturday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Sunday - 10:00am - 5:30pm