The Mews, Dale Street, Craven Arms

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2

A small development of 7 mews style properties located in the centre of this bustling Shropshire village, well served with facilities including train station and main road access to all corners of the county. Converted from a former print works so retaining much character but benefitting from brand new modern interiors, fixtures and fittings.


No. 7 Dale Mews, is an end of terrace mews cottage with entrance hall, open plan ground floor kitchen/living room and two bedrooms on the first floor with family bathroom. This property benefits from its own private garden and designated parking space.

Within the home

The properties benefit from modern building regulations which include the latest insulation requirements, electric heating system, double glazed bespoke windows and have been finished to an exacting standard. The generous entrance hall opens to the open plan lounge, kitchen and dining space fitted with smart, Pebble grey gloss kitchen furniture, equipped with a ceramic hob, built under oven and stainless steel sink the laminated floor is Tawny Chestnut, a cupboard under the stairs provides useful storage. The carpeted stairs from the living area lead to the first floor landing which provides access to the bedrooms, which include a master bedroom, the full length of the house, with built in wardrobe, a second double bedroom and a generously proportioned stylish bathroom with white suite with a shower over the bath, glazed shower screen, coordinated ceramic tiling and illuminated vanity mirror. Heating is by an electric Heatrae Sadia Amptec system and the

hot water is via an unvented cylinder.

The area

The market town of Craven Arms nestles in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, an area that covers nearly a quarter of the county, and comprises a working landscape of towns, villages, farmland, woodland, hills and valleys. Bi-sected by the A49 which links Craven Arms with Ludlow to the south and Shrewsbury to the north the town is also well connected via the Marches Railway which connects with Shrewsbury in the West Midlands and Newport in south east Wales. The area is rich in history, Stokesay Castle has been described as one of the finest and best preserved medieval manor houses in England and there are iron age forts and bronze age burial mounds in the surrounding hills which are also criss crossed with ancient tracks for exploring.


There is an allocated car parking space with tarmacadam surface and the whole parking area is enclosed with close boarded fencing

Services & tenure

Mains Electric, water & drainage

Shropshire Council - Tax band TBA


Agents notes

The initial release of these well appointed and presented, delightful village centre mews cottages will include plots 6 & 7 with further plots to follow.

01432 507160

Cobb Amos

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