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Home of the Day – ‘The Neenton’, Kendrick Homes

Posted 29 November 2021 by Keith Osborne

‘The Neenton’ is the top-of-the-range house type at the exclusive Ordnance Way development Ditton Priors, Shropshire…

In its constant scouring of the new homes market, the WhatHouse? team sees some exceptional new build properties for sale at we’ve discovered ‘The Neenton’, the largest detached house type under construction at Ordnance Way, a development of just 13 homes on the edge of the Shropshire Hill Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

‘The Neenton’ is an attractive house from the outset with its subtle brickwork, welcoming porch, dormer windows and integral double garage. Inside, the hub of the home is the open-plan kitchen/breakfast/family room which comes with a feature island unit and bifold doors to the garden. An adjoining utility room has storage, worktop and sink to help declutter the main room, and it has doors to the garden and to the garage. Also off the main family room is a separate, dedicated study. Off the other side of the hallway are a dining room at the front and a living room at the rear, which has its own French doors to the garden. A cloakroom and useful storage cupboard complete the ground floor.

Upstairs are the four generously sized double bedrooms. Bedroom one is especially spacious and come with en suite and a dressing room. Bedroom two also has an en suite and built-in wardrobe, and there’s more built-in storage in bedroom three. The family bathroom comes with standalone feature bath and walk-in shower.

This executive home has an impressive specification which includes individually designed kitchens, five-ring hob, integrated A-rated Zanussi appliances, bathroom and en suite sanitaryware with chrome Grohe Bauloop fittings, numerous TV and telephone points and technology includes superfast fibre, a zoned security alarm system and automated garage doors, photovoltaic panels and an electric car charger point.

‘The Neenton’ is available on plots 14 and 15, both priced £649,950.

Ordnance Way is a collection of two- and four-bedroom homes and takes its name from the local Royal Naval Armaments Depot. The village itself has a post office, convenience store, butchers and the Brown Clee CofE Primary School, rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted. A number of major towns are with 30-40 minutes’ drive, including Shrewsbury, Telford, Hereford and Wolverhampton. The village is well served with bus routes, so even without a car, you’ll be free to explore the local area.

Prices at Ordnance Way start at £459,950. Find out more at kendrickhomes.co.uk.


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