- Lovely period property
- Deceptively spacious
- Oak flooring, door and sash windows
- Huge Inglenook fireplace in dining room and multi fuel burner in sitting room
- Views over towards Benthall at the rear
Dating back to 1760, originally a public House called The Old Globe, this unassuming cottage holds many surprises. This spacious property offers original period features with additions of good quality oak flooring, oak doors and oak sash windows. The accommodation includes entrance porch, sitting room with multi fuel burner, dining room with huge Inglenook fireplace, kitchen breakfast room and utility with three first floor bedrooms and family bathroom. In addition there are three cellar rooms that provide additional accommodation (all tanked with heating and power). Lovely garden with, decking areas, lawns and views towards Benthall. A useful passageway from the front of the property leads directly to the rear garden and there is a separate parking area to the side. Well placed for access to the surrounding countryside and Broseley’s many amenities.