Situated between the county town of Shrewsbury and the stunning smaller medieval town of Much Wenlock is the exclusive development of Cound Park Gardens. The development sits in the restored walled garden of Cound Hall; the walled garden would have served as the kitchen gardens to the main house for many years. Pelham House was built twelve years ago, and the current owners purchased it from new, enabling them to have a great deal of input into the design and layout. The property is very attractive, offering favourable curb appeal. There are private electric gates that open into the pleasing cul de sac of just five houses. This light bright and spacious property is three storeys and comprises of an open plan kitchen, dining, family room area, utility, dining room, sitting room, home office, cloakroom, seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, a double garage and delightful gardens to the front and south facing rear. There are radiators on the second floor; the rest of the property has underfloor heating-a charming family home.
The village itself has a strong community spirit and is very friendly. Many residents have a member of their family that commutes for work within London, Manchester, or Birmingham. Cound offers miles and miles of countryside and woodland for walking and cycling locally or nearby places like Wenlock Edge, the Lawley, the Caradoc and the Long Mynd, away from it all and back to nature. Pelham House is six miles south-east of the county town of Shrewsbury with its enchanting cobbled streets and Tudor buildings, beautiful independent shops, a plethora of fantastic eateries and bars to the much-sought-after state and independent schools, train station, theatre and beautiful quarry park. There is also easy access to the A5 and the M54. Read more