Wouldn't it be nice if we were older, Then we wouldn't have to wait so long, And wouldn't it be nice to live together In the kind of world where we belong? We think the Beach Boys were talking about these luxury bungalows when they wrote those famously lyrics back in 1966. This over 55's development offers peace and quiet, wonderful luxury bungalows and you don't have to wait so long as they are available now! Call Goodchilds for a guided viewing now on 01952 701019.
A wonderful open entrance hallway with engineered oak flooring giving access to the lounge, bathroom, bedrooms and with storage cupboard housing the boiler. As you walk in you can see the superior finish and details such as the oak panel doors and high quality fixtures you would expect from a luxury development.
Lounge 3.65m x 3.60m (11'11" x 11'9")
The lounge space has plenty of natural light which enters from a bay window to the front of the property. The main focal point of the lounge is a beautiful inset fireplace with granite surround giving a light and high quality finish. The lounge space also benefits from having high level fittings and sockets for a TV. With plenty of space for furniture and entertaining guests the lounge is a great space and opens to the kitchen area.
Kitchen 4.30m x 3.80m (14'1" x 12'5")
A jewel in the crown of this stylish bungalow the kitchen sparkles with beautiful granite surfaces sat over a range of fitted wall and base units. There is also the added benefit of a wonderful low level breakfast bar which is perfect for use with every meal. The kitchen also benefits from integrated appliances and includes a dishwasher, washer dryer and fridge freezer.
Master Bedroom 3.63m x 3.62m (11'10" x 11'10")
Feeling like a luxury hotel room, the master bedroom is spacious and has windows and a door to the rear garden. With bespoke fitted oak wardrobes, plenty of socket points, ample space for furnishings and access back to the hallway.
Second Bedroom 3.63m x 3.31m (11'10" x 10'10")
Capable of taking a double bed or two singles this room has a multitude of uses. It would make an ideal office or dining room too. With a window to the rear aspect and underfloor heating.
Family Bathroom / Wetroom
A fully tiled bathroom with the capability of either being used as a wetroom for those who may need extra care requirements or as a fully fledged bathroom. Having a wall mounted shower, close coupled toilet and wash basin, window to the front aspect and underfloor heating.
To the rear of the property is a garden mainly laid to paving with enclosed fencing adding screening from neighbouring properies. With overhead canopy providing some shelter from the elements and plenty of space to add colouring in planting.
Worfield is a village and civil parish in Shropshire in the West Midlands, England. It is 120 miles (190 km) northwest of London and 10 miles (16 km) west of Wolverhampton. It is north of Bridgnorth and southeast of Telford. The parish, which includes the hamlet of Chesterton, is an extensive one which lies on the River Worfe. The name Worfield comes from its location on the river Worfe and the surrounding countryside (fields).
The manor of Worfield is mentioned in Domesday Book, where it formed part of the Seisdon Hundred of Staffordshire and was held by Hugh Montgomery, later 2nd Earl of Shrewsbury. Within a 5 minute walk of the development is The Wheel Public House and a local Spar shop.
Bridgnorth a few minutes drive away is named after a bridge over the River Severn, which was built further north than an earlier bridge at Quatford. The earliest historical reference to the town is in 895, when it is recorded that the Danes created a camp at Cwatbridge; subsequently in 912, thelfleda constructed a mound on the west bank of the River Severn, or possibly on the site of Bridgnorth Castle, as part of an offensive against the Danes. Earliest names for Bridgnorth include Brigge, Brug and Bruges, all referring to its position on the Severn.
After the Norman conquest, William I granted the manor of Bridgnorth to Roger de Montgomerie. The town itself was not created until 1101, when Robert of Bellme, 3rd Earl of Shrewsbury, the son of Roger de Montgomerie, moved from Quatford, constructing a castle and a church on the site of the modern-day town. The town became a royal borough on Robert Bellme's attainder in 1102. The castle's purpose was to defend against attacks from Wales. The town was attacked and burnt by Roger Mortimer, 1st Earl of March during the Despenser War in 1322.
Bridgnorth's town walls were initially constructed in timber between 1216 and 1223; murage grants allowed them to be upgraded to stone between the 13th and 15th centuries. By the 16th century, the antiquarian John Leland reported them in ruins and of the five gates, only one survives today.
Bridgnorth has a range of shops, resturants, bars and amenities all set within both the high town and low town. It is also home to the Severn Valley Railway which has steam trains running regularly to Bewdeley and Kidderminster. A wonderful place to visit and right on the door step to the development, its easilly assessible by car or taxi.
One of the benefits of living within the secure gated community is the access to the pavillion and community centre on site. From Yoga to Art classes you can join in and meet new people on the development. Most people will feel lonely at some point in their lives. It's a deeply personal experience that - in most cases - will thankfully pass. But for a growing number of people, particularly those in later life, loneliness can define their lives and have a significant impact on their wellbeing. The developer has thought very carefully when developing this community to make sure that loneliness does not hinder everybodies opportunity to live to the best possible standards.
If this development has struck a cord, but you have a property to sell then please get in touch. The developer is able to offer assisted move packages to help you switch from one property to another. Please call us for more information.