Spring Bank House, Woore

PUBLISHED: 15:09 03 April 2009 | UPDATED: 15:54 20 February 2013

Spring Bank House

Spring Bank House

Where: Spring Bank House stands on the northern edge of the village of Woore where Staffordshire, Shropshire and Cheshire meet. What: A family home in two acres of gardens and grounds, Spring Bank House is believed to...

Where: Spring Bank House stands on the northern edge of the village of Woore where Staffordshire, Shropshire and Cheshire meet.

What: A family home in two acres of gardens and grounds, Spring Bank House is believed to originate from around 1890 and was built adjoining an earlier cottage dwelling which exists today as outbuildings and garden storage.

Inside: There are good sized rooms with high ceilings, deep skirting and coving, architraves, timber doors and sash windows. Upstairs has four double bedrooms (one en suite) together with a main bathroom.


Outside: The former cottage is currently used as garden storage and has three main rooms with potential for conversion to add further to the main house, separate self-contained accommodation or more formal garden entertaining space. Adjoining the house to the east is a substantial double garage with a workshop area, while a studio/games room above is ideal for office, leisure or general storage use.
Planning permission has been obtained for two further houses within the spacious grounds, which fit carefully into the landscaping.

Price: Spring Bank House is available as a whole with a guide price of £645,000, or in separate lots.

Agent: Knight Frank, tel: 0121 200 2220.

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