Called Tree Tops, it overlooks The Wrekin’s most commonly-used car park at Forest Glen from its perch at the top of Ercall Lane, a one-way road which has several houses hidden away amongst the trees on Wellington’s southern edge that provide attractive woodland walks for those living nearby and further afield.
This four-bedroom house has been on the market for nearly a month now, and costs a cool £950,000. It comes with a long, private driveway with ample parking into what is described as a “beautifully secluded woodland location”.
In its listing, Nick Tart Estate Agents say: “The accommodation is configured in a upside-down configuration with the majority of the bedrooms situated on the ground floor, all of which having en-suite facilities.
“There is also a laundry, store room, walk-in larder/cold store and lift/staircase access to the first floor.”
The top floor contains an open-plan living and dining area with vaulted ceiling. Sliding doors open out to a balcony to enjoy the woodlands views, while off the dining area is a kitchen and study which the agent says could be used as a fifth bedroom.
The master suite is also on the first floor, with an en-suite and its own balcony.
Outside comes with three garages, workshops/stores and a landscaped area to the rear with steps leading up to more of the 2.4 acres of land – mostly wooded – which comes with the house.
The listing says there is a “landscaped area to the rear with steps leading up to the woodland area where there is a beautiful waterfall/feature”.
The agent continues: “We are advised the heating is via an air source heat pump which was financed through the government’s Green Deal Loan Scheme.”