Locally known as Preston Trust homes, Preston Hospital is one of twelve Grade I listed buildings in Telford. The former Alms house was converted into upmarket apartments and houses around 2004. It was founded in 1716 by the will of Lady Catherine Herbert the daughter of the 1st Earl of Bradford.
A lovely apartment now for sale here which enjoys not only the history of this Grade 1 listed building but a true country feel as well.
Arched covered approach
The approach is delightful for visitors, car parking for them opposite a gate and down the path and through the archways.
There is a lovely terrace walk way where many have a seat to sit awhile overlooking the communal gardens.
A solid door leads to the entrance hallway.
Useful cloakroom with wash hand basin and low flush w.c.
23' 5'' x 15' 0'' (7.13m x 4.57m)
Excellent sized room which could easily be a lounge diner, attractive views from the windows. electric heating, high ceilings and a feature fire.
13' 2'' x 10' 10'' (4.01m x 3.30m)
Modern units and room for a table and chairs. Pleasant views from windows
Double bedroom with en-suite
11' 3'' x 11' 0'' (3.43m x 3.35m)
Good sized room with fitted robes and with the en-suite off. This has a white suite of bath with shower over and low flush w.c. and wash hand basin.
Also in this room is an airing cupboard
Garage and parking
Plenty of parking with two allocated space and a single garage in a separate garage block.
The property has secondary double glazing to the windows, there is also the terraced area in front of number 4 to enjoy and the communal gardens are for the residents to use
The property is easily accessible with access to Wellington around three miles away which then has access to the M54 and beyond.