Noble Street, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY4

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5

At the heart of the historic market town of Wem, 14 Noble Street is a classic Georgian terraced house. To the front of the property, visible from all of the windows on that side, is the former house of William Hazlitt (1778-1830), England's greatest essayist. To the rear is a medium-sized garden that is amenable to many improvements. The house itself boasts 5 floors in all, including a basement that can serve as an additional bedroom or studio and an attic that is ready to be renovated into a complete additional floor. The house built in the 1800's retains its original chimneys and fireplaces, offering the potential to make the building heatable via wood or other sources of solid fuel - coal, peat etc. - as is done by other residents of this peaceful, village-style street

Central location, near the High street, there are plenty of local amenities, shops, restaurants and local schools, the nearest train station is Wem.

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