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185.11 acres, Picklescott, Church Stretton, Shropshire - UKLAF

listed on 2018-11-26  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

6 bed house

RushburyChurch Stretton, Shropshire, SY6 7EB

listed on 2020-02-04  Savills   

Rushbury Court is a handsome house, immaculately presented by the owners, set in around 2 acres of wonderful gardens and grounds, with a principle façade benefitting from double glazing throughout, an outdoor swimming pool and an additional three bedroom, well presented barn conversion (2062 sq ft). These joint properties offer the facility for an extended family or a considerable rental income from the barn. From the main entrance via a mahogany and glass Italian porch, leads to a grand entrance hall with an impressive central staircase and galleried landing that splits left and right leading to the bedrooms. To the left of the hall is an elegant drawing room which has a fireplace with a decorative surround and a multi-fuel cassette burner, a large West facing window with breath taking countryside views and opens to the garden room with total windows on three aspects. To the right of the hall is the living kitchen with a solid French oak wood floor, hand made green linen fold pattern tiles from award winning Jackfield Tiles, a four oven oil fired AGA, a range of fitted units and cupboards with granite worktops, a water softener and purifier systems and a walk in pantry. Adjacent to the pantry, steps lead down to a utility and laundry room with fitted units and sink and a large storage cupboard. There is also a downstairs WC off the hall being Italian design and Brazilian marble. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, to the left of the central staircase is the master bedroom suite comprising of a spacious double bedroom with a dual aspect, a number of fitted wardrobes and an en suite bathroom, with Brazilian marble clad walls, a vanity unit with twin sinks, a JACUZZI corner bath and private WC and bidet. On the landing is an airing cupboard. To the right of the central staircase are two further bedrooms, a spacious double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a dual aspect, a further double bedroom with a built in wardrobe, countryside views and a bathroom of Brazilian marble. Rushbury Court Barn Is a spacious, three bedroom, attractive barn conversion which was renovated to a high standard by the current owner in 2006. The barn features solid oak floors, skirting's, doors and windows, an oak staircase and double glazing throughout. The front door opens to a porch area which leads into a multi-functual room with a vaulted ceiling and WC off. The sitting room features an inglenook style fireplace with a multi fuel burner, exposed beams, a dual aspect and French doors outside with wonderful views of the wildlife pool and countryside beyond. The kitchen is well appointed with a range of fitted units and cupboards, a STOVES electric oven and gas hob with extractor above, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and dryer and a water purifier and softener systems. To the first floor are three double bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobes and an en suite shower rooms, one with a bath. Outside Rushbury Court is accessed via a gravel driveway which sweeps around a turning circle with an attractive tree to the centre. Blue Wisteria climbs up both sides of the house and there is an impressive Virginia creeper on the façade of the property. To the left is lawn, mature Scottish Spruce trees and spring bulbs and to the right lawn with hedge borders which opens to an attractive summer house with electricity and water. The property has an outdoor, 20mX5m heated swimming pool with a pump house and shower behind. Below the pool are three tiered, raised vegetable beds and a greenhouse. The property benefits from a double garage with and electric up and over door. The rear garden is laid to lawn and beds of trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants. There are a number of fruit trees and bushes including damson, apple, fig, pear and plum trees as well as black and red current bushes. An astro turfed path, flanked with a mix of wild flowers and foliage leads to a 100m, wildlife pool which attracts mallards, moor hens and other wild birds. A separate gravel driveway sweeps around the rear of the main house, through mature fir trees to Rushbury Court Barn, where there is a gravel turning and parking area. Adjacent to the barn, two old stables have now been converted into storage. Facing west is a patio area which overlooks the wildlife pool and has far reaching, countryside views. Local Authority Rushbury Court: Shropshire Council- Band G Local Authority Rushbury Court Barn: Shropshire Council – Band E Services: Rushbury Court & Rushbury Court Barn Mains water, electricity & drainage. Oil central heating Brochure prepared: January 2020 Photos taken: May 2015 & January 2020

8 bed detached house

Cunnery Road, Church Stretton, SY6 6AQ

listed on 2019-04-16  PurpleBricks   

+NO UPWARD CHAIN+ Occupying one of the highest plots in Church Stretton, this truly remarkable, eight bedroom, property has stretching views of the Shropshire countryside, whilst still being walking distance from nearby amenities. The property has a number of unique and exceptional features that set it apart from anything else on the market. Both living rooms, with attached sun rooms, and the dining area offer ample living and entertaining space, with excellent views of Church Stretton from all positions. Bedrooms and bathrooms on every floor of the property provide further living space, and ideal for a family with children or relatives looking to have their own space. Two separate kitchens equally offer excellent entertaining space. The large pool area has both a tiled swimming pool and sauna with a storage space built into the rock of the hillside. A self contained flat on the top floor, with a large en-suite and living area with kitchenette, as access to a large covered entertaining space via a rooftop conservatory. The balcony garden surrounding most of the top floor, has the most impressive views of the surrounding countryside. The plot includes a drive with parking for a number of cars, vans or motorhomes. A detached four garage block, with automatic doors allows parking from both the drive and street. The garage is equipped with a four post lift, engine hoist and wheel changing and balancing facilities. The gardens extend into a wooded area.

6 bed detached house

Lymehurst, Longhills Road, Church Stretton

listed on 2019-10-19  Samuel Wood and Co   

Full Description The earliest interior viewing is recommended of this beautifully presented, Edwardian Quintessential and traditional detached residence, commanding an excellent position on the respected Longhills Road on the very fringe of the Church Stretton town. This is a 'once in a generation' opportunity to purchase a house of this calibre with its spacious accommodation arranged over ground, first and second floor levels together with a cellar and lovely terrace gardens to the front and sloping formal gardens to the rear. EPC Rating D. NO UPWARD CHAIN. Recessed Storm Canopy - With entrance door to: Reception Hall - 13'4 x 9'10 (4.06m x 3.00m) - A spacious reception hall with staircase ascending to the first floor, Herringbone patterned parquet wood block flooring, entrance is given to the front facing reception rooms. Splendid Sitting Room - 14'3 x 14'5 (4.34m x 4.39m) - A delightful room with feature windows overlooking the delightful front aspects of the property Dining Room - 11'10 x 8'10 (3.61m x 2.69m) - A formal front facing room with bay fronted window. Lounge / Rear Reception Room - 14'1 x 15'10 (4.29m x 4.83m) - A side facing bay window and French door leading to the rear gardens. Kitchen with adjacent Family Room - 19'11 x 15'9 (6.07m x 4.80m) - (overall measurement) Kitchen Area - Fitted with an attractive range of cupboards and drawers and appliances extending to the work surface and wall areas, a window overlooks the rear sun room , original quarry tiled flooring. Breakfast / Family Room - With original quarry tiled flooring. Separate Utility - A functional area with sink unit and work surfaces extending. Guest Cloakroom WC - Comprising: WC and wash hand basin. Storage Cellar - 17'9 x 9'2 (5.41m x 2.79m) - With two windows, power and lighting. Lean-to Rear Sun Room - 18'8 x 16'6 (5.69m x 5.03m) - With a doorway leading to the side terrace and onto the delightful, beautiful gardens. From the reception hall, the staircase ascends with handrail and spindles inlay, turns and leads to the first floor accommodation. Spacious First Floor Landing - With matching balustrade, connecting doors to bedrooms and bathroom. Master Bedroom - 14'4 x 14'5 (4.37m x 4.39m) - A most attractive room with feature windows to the front aspect. En-Suite Bathroom - Comprising: bath, WC and wash hand basin. Bedroom 2 - 11'10 x 8'10 (3.61m x 2.69m) - With bay fronted window with stunning front aspect. Bedroom 3 - 11'10 x 8'4 (3.61m x 2.54m) - With window to the side aspect. Bedroom 4 - 14'1 x 10'4 (4.29m x 3.15m) - A lovely room with side facing window. En-Suite Shower Room - Comprising: shower enclosure, WC, wash hand basin, window to the rear. Study - 11'10 x 7'9 (3.61m x 2.36m) - With window to the rear. Principal Bathroom - Comprising: bath, WC, wash hand basin, window to the rear. Further Bathroom - Comprising: bath, WC, wash hand basin, window to the rear. From the landing, a further staircase ascends to the second floor accommodation. Providing two further bedrooms, one of which with an en-suite. Bedroom - 10'8 x 8'4 (3.25m x 2.54m) En-Suite Shower Room - Comprising: shower cubicle, WC, wash hand basin. Large Additional Bedroom - 24'9 x 19'1 (7.54m x 5.82m) - An L shaped room providing versatile accommodation. Outside - The property is approached from the respected Longhills Road with a roadside access given to the garage. The beautifully formed front gardens are laid to a number of planted and terraced areas with entrance pathways extending to the main residence. Double Garage Rear Gardens - Lymehurst commands a delightful position with a pleasing front aspect and has generous sloping gardens to the rear. Also with a level sun terrace and patio adjacent to the house which provides an area - ideal for outside socialising. The lawns slope and extend with shrubs and plantings providing a further breath taking aspect of the adjacent area. The gardens and grounds are a truly delightful feature of this handsome property. To View - Contact the Shrewsbury Office on: tel: 01743 272710 or Free Premium Service number on 0808 284 7777 web site: www.samuelwood.co.uk Monday-Friday 9am-5.30pm & Saturday 9am-3pm Services - We understand that the property has gas, mains electricity, mains water and mains drainage. Local Authority - Shropshire Council, The Shirehall, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY2 6ND. Tel 0345 678 9000 Council Tax Band: F Tenure - We understand the tenure is Freehold. Mortgage Services - We offer a no obligation mortgage service through our in house Financial Advisor. Please ask a member of our team for further details. Referral Fees - Samuel Wood routinely refers vendors and purchasers to providers of conveyancing and financial services. We may receive fees from them as declared in our Referral Fees Disclosure Form. These details are awaiting final approval and may be subject to some changes. You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner's express prior written consent. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website. Important Notice: We take every care in preparing our sales details. They are usually verified by the Vendor. We do not guarantee appliances, alarms, electrical fittings, plumbing, showers, etc. You must satisfy yourself that they operate correctly. Room sizes are approximate; they are usually taken in metric and converted to imperial. Do not use them to buy carpets or furniture. We cannot verify the tenure, as we do not have access to the legal title; we cannot guarantee boundaries or rights of way so you must take the advice of your legal representative. If there is any point that is of particular importance to you, please contact the office and we will be pleased to check the information. Do so particularly if contemplating travelling some distance to view. Please note that the majority of our photo images are taken with a wide-angle lens and flash.

detached house

Cunnery Road, Church Stretton, SY6 6AQ

listed on 2019-04-16  PurpleBricks   

Located on one of the highest plots in Church Stretton, this incredible property has potential for residential or commercial use. Located on a secluded pot in the idyllic Church Stretton National Park this property is a must see for any investors or developers. Comprising of twenty-one bedrooms, nine of which have en-suites, the original house has been extended significantly, and was once used as a motel. The current owners extended it further by building three large garages with three en-suited studio's above them. Nearly all of the rooms come with kitchen areas and are large enough to fit a double bed. There are a number of lounges/recreation rooms that have the ability to be converted into further bedrooms if necessary. There is also a shared kitchen and number of utility rooms that also converts into excellent storage. Outside, three large garages offer further storage and the driveway itself has the ability to hold 15+ cars. The separate studios have both en-suites and fully functional kitchen areas. Sliding glass doors lead onto balconies with incredible panoramic views of the Shropshire hills. The plot, itself, has access to a number of popular walking routes around the surrounding area. Church Stretton high street is just a short ten minute walk from the property and offers excellent local amenities including a supermarket, restaurants and a number of public houses. The M54 and M6 are accessible via the A49. Equally Ludlow is just a short twenty minute drive south on the A49. More information is available on request or can be obtained on a viewing.

4 bed detached house

Middleton, 2, The Donkey Patch, Church Stretton, SY6 7BL

listed on 2019-04-20  Halls   

A stunning architect designed contemporary detached house encapsulating sophisticated technology coupled with an exacting specification, and landscaped terraced gardens, whilst overlooking the town with lovely views to the Long Mynd. DIRECTIONS Approaching from Shrewsbury on the A49 southbound. Upon reaching the traffic lights at the crossroads in Church Stretton, turn left onto Sandford Avenue followed by an immediate right onto Watling Street South, then a left turn on to Clive Avenue. The turning for The Donkey Patch can be found approximately 150 meters on the right, where Middleton is located at the end of a private drive. SITUATION The house is situated off Clive Avenue, a prestigious residential road close to the centre of Church Stretton with views of the surrounding Shropshire Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty. The town offers an extensive range of amenities including restaurants, leisure facilities, library, doctor's surgery, schools and other high street shops. Rail links to Manchester, Birmingham and Cardiff. A49 providing access to Ludlow and Hereford to the south and Shrewsbury to the north leading to the M54 motorway. DESCRIPTION Middleton offers a rare opportunity to acquire a beautifully designed contemporary home in traditional surroundings, completed in 2015, and architect designed by Batch Valley Design, whilst being traditionally constructed of brick/block work - incorporating a hand cut roof with on site build. Ground and first floor are concrete beamed/block. Whilst the second floor is of a timber construction. Windows are Velfac Scandinavian frameless design (aluminium external and hardwood internal), whilst all internal doors are oak veneered and fire resistant. This beautiful home incorporates a wealth of technology. With outstanding levels of specification, whilst meticulously maintained over three floors. The design is also future proofed with internal lift from the ground to the first floor and boasts the following features as follows:* Video entrance security system covering the entrance gates with front door entry camera and intercom.* Intruder alarm system.* Wifi throughout the house - broadband speed up to 72 megahertz available and fitted with cabling. * Multiroom KEF music sound system - 6 zones with multiple speakers* Auto sensor lighting to the reception hall and landing areas - ambient light with movement sensors* The central heating system is zoned per floor (BLUETOOTH) - all bathrooms have electric underfloor heating* Stunning multimedia room with entertainment area including 7 ft electric drop down close bonded synthetic screen. A JVC DLA/X90R projector with 3D image and 4 sets of specs for the 3D synchro emitter. 6 KEF speakers with DOLBY 5.1 surround sound. The whole system is HDMI with a BLUERAY player, FREESAT box and ARCAM CD player. The total system is estimated to have cost approximately £45,000. * Inspiring bespoke German made kitchen fittings supplied 'Room by Room' including SILESTONE worktops, porcelain tiled floor, comprehensive range of appliances including coffee maker, steam oven, combination microwave oven, electric self cleaning oven, induction hob unit, twin drawer dishwasher, remote control extractor and a QUOOKER direct boiling water tap.* Beautifully landscaped terraced gardens for ease of management and including wrought iron twist handrails to the steps and wrought iron railings to the front and rear. Useful garden store and separate hobbies/work shop.An internal inspection is highly recommended to fully appreciate this beautiful 'lock up and go' home. RECEPTION HALL With porcelain tiled floor. Wrap around double glazed windows with views out onto the Long Mynd. Feature stone clad wall. LOBBY With access door to ARTICO INTEGRAL 5 PERSON LIFT rising to the first floor. Staircase with bespoke oak and glazed panels. MEDIA ROOM Superbly fitted three piece leather suite with electric recliners (available by separate negotiation). Media cabinet housing system hardware including Nuvo six room zone audio sound system controller, together with Alien HD camera controller for external monitoring. SILESTONE fitted work top with integral matching sink unit. Storage units under, integral WINE COOLER and REFRIDGERATOR. DRAWING ROOM With Contemporary fire place with GLASS FRONTED LOG EFFECT REMOTE CONTROL GAS FIRE (raised). Access to BALCONY WITH GLAZED AND STAINLESS STEEL SURROUND. Wood effect plank fibreboard covering with stunning views over Church Stretton to the Long Mynd in the distance. DINING ROOM With wood effect porcelain plank style tiles. Vaulted ceiling. Feature chandelier light. Wrap around double glazed windows. French doors. Open plan design to: LUXURY BREAKFAST KITCHEN A beautiful bespoke design with extensive SILESTONE worktops and coloured glazed splash back. Built in sink unit. Range of high gloss storage cupboards with high/ low level LED LIGHTING. Excellent range of integral appliances including a SIEMENS STEAM OVEN, COFFEE MAKER, CONVENTIONAL ELECTRIC OVEN and COMBI MICROWAVE OVEN with WARMING DRAWER. Wall mounted glass display cabinet with two touch control doors. CENTRE SILESTONE ISLAND with BREAKFAST BAR and two stools. Built in SIEMENS touch control INDUCTION HOB UNIT with bespoke ceiling mounted EXTRACTOR HOOD (remote controlled) with LED surround lighting. Integral BIN STORE, integrated FISHER & PAYKEL twin drawer DISHWASHER. Recess housing FISHER & PAYKEL American style FRIDGE FREEZER (drawer freezer units, chilled water and ice maker). WALK-IN PANTRY with fitted shelving and automatic lighting. WALK-IN BROOM CUPBOARD. GARDEN ROOM With French doors. UTILITY ROOM With SILESTONE worktop and integral sink. High gloss storage cupboards. SIEMENS free standing WASHING MACHINE and TUMBLE DRYER. Wood effect porcelain plank style tiles. Rear door. SEPARATE WC Wood effect porcelain plank style tiles, with close coupled WC, wash hand basin, fitted wall mirror with light sensor. MASTER BEDROOM SUITE Comprising as follows: DRESSING ROOM With a comprehensive range of bespoke built wardrobe and storage units incorporating automatic integral lighting. EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM With porcelain tiled floor. Walk-in floor level tray to shower cubicle with tiled walls and rainhead shower and separate hand held attachment. Vanity unit with ceramic sink and surround. Drawers under. Wall mounted mirror with sensor lighting. Chrome ladder radiator/towel rail. Close coupled WC. BEDROOM 1 Vaulted ceiling, two roof lights with blinds and dormer window. SECOND FLOOR LANDING With built in double airing cupboard containing WORCESTER gas fired central heating boiler. Modern hot water cylinder (pressurised system) and automatic lighting. BEDROOM 2 With built in wardrobe. Door to: 'JACK AND JILL' BATH/SHOWER ROOM With porcelain tiled floor and part walls. Panelled bath with wall mounted control unit including hand held shower unit. Deep walk-in tiled shower cubicle with overhead rainhead shower and separate hand held attachment. Close coupled WC, vanity unit with 'eye' shaped sink and matching wall mirror over. Drawers under. Door to: BEDROOM 3 With free standing range of wardrobes. BEDROOM 4 Currently used as a Study. Open plan design to: LIBRARY (EN-SUITE) With extensive fitted book shelving. This area to the bedroom could easily be converted to an en-suite shower room as plumbing is already installed behind the bookcasing. OUTSIDE Approached over a shared private driveway leading to the main entrance with ELECTRIC ENTRANCE GATES flanked by brick walling and iron railings with block pavioured driveway and parking area. INTEGRAL DOUBLE GARAGE With LED lighting, electric automatic up and over entrance door and tiled flooring. Fitted range of storage cupboards, fitted BELFAST sink (H&C), external driveway and wall lighting. THE GARDENS These have been beautifully landscaped and are designed for ease of maintenance. Providing a mock stone flagged pathway and patio area to the front with a hard landscaped slate bed incorporating specimen shrubs, raised walled shrubbery bed with further retaining wall. This extends down the side of the house. INTEGRAL GARDEN STORE. With power and light. WORKSHOP/HOBBIES ROOM. Fitted work bench, power and lighting. Separate REAR STORE. REAR GARDEN Flagged steps rise to a rear flagged patio, pathway, stone walled raised shrubbery bed. Area of Astro turf adjacent to a raised stone walled shrubbery bed with climbing plants. Steps then rise to a HIGHER TERRACE/BBQ/AL FRESCRO DINING AREA with timber SUMMER HOUSE. Three external water taps and external lighting. FIXTURES AND FITTINGS Fitted carpets, blinds and light fittings are included in the asking price along with specific items mentioned in the particulars. SERVICES Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are understood to be connected. Gas fired central heating system. None of these services have been tested. LOCAL AUTHORITY Shropshire Council, Shrewsbury. Tel: 0844 448 1644. Council Tax Band 'G'. TENURE Freehold although purchasers must make their own enquiries via their solicitor. VIEWING Halls, 2 Barker Street, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY1 1QJ. Tel: 01743 236444. E: shrewsbury@hallsgb.com Halls Holdings Ltd and any joint agents for themselves, and for the Vendor of the property whose Agents they are, give notice that: (i) These particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract (ii) No person in the employment of or any agent of or consultant to Halls Holdings has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property (iii) Measurements, areas and distances are approximate, Floor plans and photographs are for guidance purposes only (photographs are taken with a wide angled / zoom lenses) and dimensions shapes and precise locations may differ (iv) It must not be assumed that the property has all the required planning or building regulation consents. Halls Holdings Ltd, Halls Holdings House, Bowmen Way, Battlefield, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY4 3DR. Registered in England 06597073.

5 bed detached house

11, Oakland Park, Sandford Avenue, Church Stretton

listed on 2019-05-10  Samuel Wood and Co   

Full Description This Stunning New Build Detached House is located on the prestigious Oakland Park development in Church Stretton. The accommodation is light, spacious and contemporary with well planned, high specification interiors throughout. With a substantial 2,906 sq ft footprint (inc. garage) there is space abound for a growing family with good size gardens to two sides with plenty of parking for 3/4 cars. EPC Rating B. Covered Entrance - With canopy roof and oak beam support, leads to a high tech security front door with touch pad opening and ring security camera with talk-back feature. Entrance Hall - With tiled floor, staircase ascends to the first floor, cupboard enclosing the underfloor heating controls. Guest Cloakroom WC - With vanity basin and WC. Living Kitchen Kitchen - 13' x 10' (3.96m x 3.05m) - With range of sage coloured wall and base units with contrasting cream quartz work tops, integrated microwave, dishwasher and underslung 1½ bowl Franke sink with mono tap, waste disposal and a separate quooker tap. A 1100 Rangemaster cooker, 'Neff' extractor fan and windows to the front aspect. The kitchen opens to: Separate Central Island - 15'3 x 12'3 (4.65m x 3.73m) - With contrasting base units, quartz work tops and breakfast bar, also housing an integrated wine cooler, American style 'Bosch' fridge freezer. This room then opens into: Living Area - 26'x 11'6 (7.92m x 3.51m) - With two triple bi-fold doors and one double bi-fold door leading to the rear and side aspects. Utility - 8' x 7'9 (2.44m x 2.36m) - With range of matching wall and base units with granite work tops, stainless steel sink unit, space for washing machine and tumble dryer, window to the side and door to the garage. From the entrance hall: Lounge - 23'3 into bay x 13'6 (7.09m into bay x 4.11m) - With window to the front aspect and triple bi-fold door onto the rear garden, Inglenook fireplace. From the entrance hall, the staircase ascends to the first floor accommodation. Landing - With wood flooring, window to the front aspect, alarm panel, radiator, storage cupboard, further cupboard enclosing the tank and 'Valliant' boiler. Fire and carbon monoxide alarms. Master Bedroom - 15'6 x 11'3 (4.72m x 3.43m) - With radiator, French doors to a Juliette style balcony to the rear, built-in cashmere coloured slide robes - when open to expose TV aerial and shelving. En-Suite Shower Room - Comprising: double shower cubicle with feature rain head and body jets, tiled floor and walls, cashmere vanity unit with quartz work top to twin wash hand basins, illumined mirror, WC, heated towel rail, opaque window. Bedroom 2 - 15' x 11'9 (4.57m x 3.58m) - With three under eaves storage cupboards, dormer style window to the front aspect, two radiators. En-Suite Shower Room - Comprising: double shower with twin head mains shower unit, vanity basin, WC, illuminated mirror, heated towel rail, tiled floor, tiled splash areas, opaque winndow. Bedroom 3 - 12'3 x 11'6 (3.73m x 3.51m) - With radiator, window to the rear aspect, built-in slide robe, TV point. En-Suite Shower Room - Comprising: double shower with twin head mains shower unit, vanity basin, WC, illuminated mirror, heated towel rail, tiled floor, tiled splash areas, opaque window. Bedroom 4 - 11'6 x 11' (3.51m x 3.35m) - With window to the rear, access to the roof space, radiator, TV point. Bedroom 5 - 11'6 x 10'3 (3.51m x 3.12m) - With window to the side, radiator, TV point, built-in cupboard. Family Bathroom - Comprising: oval shaped bath with centralised mixer tap, wall mounted shower head, cashmere vanity unit with quartz work top housing wash hand basin and WC, illuminated mirror, tiled floor, tiled splash areas, opaque window. Gardens - Are to the side and rear of the property and are mainly laid to lawn. The rear aspect has timber boundary fencing and views towards the Stretton hills, the side gardens are wooded with mature trees. There is a stone patio area outside adjacent to the living/dining areas. Double Garage - 19'6 x 17'3 (5.94m x 5.26m) - With two electronically operated up and over doors. Outside - Mainly laid with stone paviours, providing parking for 3 / 4 cars and then leading onto the garage. To View - Contact the Shrewsbury Office on: tel: 01743 272710 or Free Premium Service number on 0808 284 7777 web site: www.samuelwood.co.uk Monday-Friday 9am-5.30pm & Saturday 9am-3pm Services - We understand that the property has gas, mains electricity, mains water and mains drainage. Local Authority - Shropshire Council, The Shirehall, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY2 6ND. Tel 0345 678 9000 Council Tax Band: tbc Tenure - We understand the tenure is Freehold. Mortgage Services - We offer a no obligation mortgage service through our in house Financial Advisor. Please ask a member of our team for further details. These details are awaiting final approval and may be subject to some changes. You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner's express prior written consent. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website. Important Notice: We take every care in preparing our sales details. They are usually verified by the Vendor. We do not guarantee appliances, alarms, electrical fittings, plumbing, showers, etc. You must satisfy yourself that they operate correctly. Room sizes are approximate; they are usually taken in metric and converted to imperial. Do not use them to buy carpets or furniture. We cannot verify the tenure, as we do not have access to the legal title; we cannot guarantee boundaries or rights of way so you must take the advice of your legal representative. If there is any point that is of particular importance to you, please contact the office and we will be pleased to check the information. Do so particularly if contemplating travelling some distance to view. Please note that the majority of our photo images are taken with a wide-angle lens and flash.

4 bed house

| Clive Avenue, Church Stretton, Shropshire

listed on 2019-10-22  Balfours   

Beautiful Views, Quiet Location, AONB, Versatile Accomm, Four Bedrooms, Two En Suites, Landscaped Gardens, Garage, EPC: B

7 bed house

Woodside, Trevor Hill, Church Stretton SY6 6JH

listed on 2019-10-28  Miller Evans   

This imposing and impressive, 7 bedroomed detached Edwardian property provides superbly appointed and spacious accommodation throughout comprising : entrance vestibule, cloakroom/wc, entrance hall, 3 reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, ground floor shower room, pantry, 7 bedrooms, a bathroom, separate wc and further shower room. At the lower level of the property is a self contained flat which lends itself ideally as a granny annex or indeed like the main residence offers commercial potential. Outside is a spacious private driveway and large, well stocked gardens. Council tax band for main house is band G and the flat is band A. The property occupies a delightful elevated position in a much sought after and picturesque part of Church Stretton with delightful views across towards the nearby hills. The property is also conveniently situated approx. half a mile from the centre of Church Stretton and 13 miles south of Shrewsbury, whilst also being convenient for access to Telford, Ludlow and Craven Arms. The good local amenities within Church Stretton include Primary and Secondary Schools, a range of local shops, a railway service, a Golf Course, a range of Public Houses and Restaurants and there are also delightful walks in the nearby Cardingmill Valley and the surrounding hills.

4 bed detached house

Madeira WalkChurch Stretton, Shropshire, SY6 6JQ

listed on 2019-08-17  Savills   

Beam House is an individual Arts and Crafts property, designed and built in 1905 by the renowned local architect Frank Shayler for his own occupation. In fact the initials of Frank Shayler and his wife are scribed into the wall of the study which offers an interesting feature. The house is immaculately presented and full of character with many original features including decorative external shutters, tiled flooring and exposed beams. A terrace across the front façade, an open veranda and numerous garden terraces have been tastefully designed by the current owners to absorb the open views. The accommodation is set over four floors providing a versatile family living space with wonderful views across the Stretton Valley. The property also benefits from fibre broadband. The front door opens into the entrance hall with a quarry tiled floor, underfloor heating and a utility room off benefitting from fitted cupboards, units and a WC. To the right is a cosy snug with a log burner, plus a range of fitted cupboards and shelving. The sitting room, currently used as a home office has an attractive open fire place with brick surround, bay window with wonderful views and a door onto the front terrace. The kitchen is quaint with quarry tiled floor and underfloor heating, a curved range of units with oak worktops, an integrated fridge, freezer, dishwasher, Range Master cooker and extractor, a breakfast bar and pantry. To the first floor is the stunning conservatory which is constructed of both wood and glass with underfloor heating, providing wonderful views of the gardens and countryside, French doors onto a raised terrace and a single door onto the front terrace. A study with exposed bricks and beams, and an open fire place. The drawing room boasts exposed beams, a feature fireplace with stone surround and log burner, built in book cases, a dual aspect with a bay widow with upholstered seat to take in the views and a door onto the terrace. On the second floor is a double bedroom with built in shelving, wonderful views of the garden and a separate shower room. The family bathroom is also on this floor with black and white tiled flooring and freestanding bath. On the third floor is the master bedroom suite with a range of fitted wardrobes, windows to both the front and rear boasting stunning views and an en suite shower room with tiled flooring and a vanity unit with wash basin. There are a further two bedrooms, a double bedroom with a fitted wardrobe and a single bedroom with built in cupboards. Outside The house has a choice of three pathways to the front door, steps or two stoned pathways accessed through either double wooden gates or a separate iron gate. Each path has spotlights and up lights onto the trees which can be switched on from the gates which lead through and around the front garden which boasts a range of trees, flowers and shrubs including rhododendrons, roses, a fig tree, azaleas and a wonderful cherry blossom tree. The property offers five parking spaces including a detached garage. Agent Note: There is lapsed planning permission for a large car port with a studio above which could be reinstated subject to the correct planning permission. The remainder of the grounds lie to the side and rear of the property including a flat garden, laid to lawn with a terrace and garden house. There is woodland to the rear, with another terrace and purpose built log store, fabulous wild flowers which can be enjoyed throughout the seasons including wonderful bluebells in spring and a private path which leads onto Trevor Hill from where you can access the golf course and walk through the woods onto the Long Mynd. The house benefits from a number of terraces where stunning views of the surrounding Shropshire Hills may be fully enjoyed.

5 bed detached house

The Stables, Ticklerton, Church Stretton

listed on 2019-12-24  Samuel Wood and Co   

Full Description Viewing is recommended of this beautifully styled link-detached property occupying a delightful courtyard position within the Quintessential village of Ticklerton, this spacious barn conversion has accommodation comprising: Reception Hall, Guest Cloakroom WC, Living Room, Impressive Conservatory, Breakfast Kitchen with adjacent Family Room, Sitting Room/Bedroom 5, Ground Floor Shower Room, Landing with Study Area, Master Bedroom with En-Suite, Three Further Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Garage and Separate Parking Area, Delightful Gardens. Ticklerton is located approx 3 miles from Church Stretton, miles from 17 Shrewsbury and 13 miles from Ludlow. The A49 provides an excellent commute to the county town of Shrewsbury and beyond. EPC Rating D. Reception Hall - 12'3 x 9'1 (3.73m x 2.77m) - With staircase ascending to the first floor. Guest Cloakroom WC - Comprising: WC, wash hand basin. Living Room - 18'11 x 26'6 (5.77m x 8.08m) - With two windows to the front, feature inglenook fireplace, double doors to the conservatory, door to the courtyard. Conservatory - 11'6 x 19'2 (3.51m x 5.84m) - A stunning space with hardwood frame and picture windows overlooking the lovely gardens. Two double doors open onto the patio. From the reception hall: Breakfast Kitchen with Family Area - 18'11 x 18'7 (5.77m x 5.66m) - (overall measurements) with two windows to the front. Kitchen Area - With modern range of Shaker style units to work surface areas, integrated double oven, contrasting breakfast bar area incorporating electric hob and sink unit, space for large fridge/freezer, window to the courtyard. Family Room Area - A lovely space with feature wood burner and double doors to the courtyard. Sitting Room - 16'5 x 13'9 (5.00m x 4.19m) - With large window to the side elevation with feature beam over. Ground Floor Shower Room - Comprising: Shower cubicle, WC, wash hand basin and window. Utility Room - Accessed from the courtyard, with range of kitchen units, provision for washing machine, space for fridge freezer, oil fired boiler. From the reception hall, the staircase ascends to the first floor. Spacious Naturally Lit Landing - Lending itself to a number of sitting and study areas, together with double doors to built-in landing store, velux roof windows. Connecting doors to bedrooms and bathroom. Study Area 1 - With velux roof window. Bedroom 2 - 18'11 x 13'9 (5.77m x 4.19m) - With velux roof windows. Bedroom 3 - 10'2 x 8'5 (3.10m x 2.57m) - With velux roof window. Family Bathroom - Comprising: corner bath, wash hand basin to vanity units, corner shower cubicle, WC, velux window. Study Area 2 - With velux roof window. Master Bedroom - 18'11 x 18'2 (5.77m x 5.54m) - With velux roof windows and window to the side elevation. En-Suite Bathroom - Comprising: panel bath, corner shower cubicle, WC, wash hand basin with vanity unit, velux window. Bedroom 4 - 10'2 x 8'9 (3.10m x 2.67m) - With velux roof windows. Outside - The property is approached through the shared courtyard. Garage Patio Area - Adjacent to the family area, with trellis fencing and shrub borders. Lovely Country Gardens - With patio area adjacent to the conservatory, steps lead up to the lawned gardens with pathways, pergolas and a variety of mature plantings and trees. There is a vegetable garden with a fruit cage, two large raised beds and a poly tunnel. To the bottom of the garden is a gravelled parking area with log store and then a further generous garden area with separate access onto the lane. Directions - From the A49 Church Stretton, turn left at the traffic lights and continue up the B4371 Sandford Avenue, continue for approx 1.7 miles then turn right signposted Ticklerton. Continue along the country lanes to the village of Ticklerton, where the property is located in a prominent position within the centre of the village/hamlet. To View - Contact the Shrewsbury Office on: tel: 01743 272710 or Free Premium Service number on 0808 284 7777 web site: www.samuelwood.co.uk Monday-Friday 9am-5.30pm & Saturday 9am-3pm Services - We understand that the property has oil heating, mains electricity, mains water and private drainage (septic tank). Local Authority - Shropshire Council, The Shirehall, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY2 6ND. Tel 0345 678 9000 Council Tax Band: D Tenure - We understand the tenure is Freehold. Mortgage Services - We offer a no obligation mortgage service through our in house Financial Advisor. Please ask a member of our team for further details. Referral Fees - Samuel Wood routinely refers vendors and purchasers to providers of conveyancing and financial services. 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4 bed house

Gulley Green, Church Stretton, Shropshire, SY6

listed on 2020-02-11  McCartneys   

Originally dating back to circa 1880, Holly Cottage has been tastefully restored and renovated throughout by the current sellers to what is now a beautiful contemporary family home of over approximately 2500 square feet!The barn styled home started life as a Crofters Cottage and has been extended in the 90's, with a ground up refurbishment and large modern extension in 2018. Enjoying a beautiful setting at the foot of the Caradoc, this home takes full advantage of its position with an outlook of the Stretton Hills and surrounding countryside. Having been restored to be a ''forever home', the works have been extensive, to include fully insulating throughout, new windows, new central heating boiler, new roof, ceilings, hand built kitchen, plumbing, wiring, solid Canadian maple block flooring, new cast iron radiators, etc. Church Stretton has been referred to as Little Switzerland due to the surrounding hills and architecture. The town centre is approximately 7 minutes away by car where there are a good array of independent shops, supermarket, restaurants, pubs, train station and 100's of acres of National Trust land which forms the Long Mynd and Shropshire Hills.   Read more

4 bed detached house

4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Gulley Green, Church Stretton, Shropshire, SY6 7JT

listed on 2020-02-12  Fine and Country   

Offers in region of £625,000 English & Other headings 4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Gulley Green, Church Stretton, Shropshire, SY6 7JT ROOMS 4 Originally dating back to circa 1880, Holly Cottage has been tastefully restored and renovated throughout by the current sellers to what is now a beautiful contemporary family home. The barn styled home offers contemporary versatility with single storey accommodation to include a Large Reception Hall with Games Area, Open Plan Kitchen & Living Room, Walk-In Pantry, Four Bedrooms, Master En Suite Shower Room, Family Bathroom, Study and Garage. A further detached timber lodge offers great potential as additional living space, work from home, teenage space, holiday let, etc (subject to the required planning consents) and also includes its own entrance off the lane. The Lodge includes plumbing and electric. The grounds extend to approximately half an acre and are predominantly laid to lawn, taking full advantage of this delightful rural setting .    Originally dating back to circa 1880, Holly Cottage has been tastefully restored and renovated throughout by the current sellers to what is now a beautiful contemporary family home of over approximately 2500 square feet! The barn styled home started life as a Crofters Cottage and has been extended in the 90's, with a ground up refurbishment and large modern extension in 2018. Enjoying a beautiful setting at the foot of the Caradoc, this home takes full advantage of its position with an outlook of the Stretton Hills and surrounding countryside. Having been restored to be a 'forever home', the works have been extensive, to include fully insulating throughout, new windows, new central heating boiler, new roof, ceilings, hand built kitchen, plumbing, wiring, solid Canadian maple block flooring, new cast iron radiators, etc. .    Church Stretton has been referred to as Little Switzerland due to the surrounding hills and architecture. The town centre is approximately 7 minutes away by car where there are a good array of independent shops, supermarket, restaurants, pubs, train station and 100's of acres of National Trust land which forms the Long Mynd and Shropshire Hills. Media

6 bed detached house

85 Sandford Avenue, Church Stretton SY6 7AB

listed on 2019-10-28  Miller Evans   

This extremely spacious and well presented, detached Edwardian residence provides well planned and well proportioned accommodation throughout and also has the benefit of a large 2 bedroomed Annex/self contained single storey residence to the rear. The property therefore also has commercial potential and the annex could be used for holiday/residential lettings, business use or dependant relative or family member. The accommodation in the main house comprises : entrance hall, kitchen/dining room, living room, sitting room, cloakroom/wc, rear lobby, 3 bedrooms and a bathroom to the first floor, 3 further bedrooms, study and shower room to the second floor. The self contained annex is also particularly spacious and comprises a separate entrance hall, living room, kitchen/dining room, 2 double bedrooms and a shower room, there is also a separate cloakroom/wc and boiler room. The property is pleasantly situated in a particularly sought after residential area in Church Stretton and occupies a good sized plot with well established gardens. Sandford Avenue is only a short distance from Church Stretton town centre where there are a wide range of amenities including Primary and Secondary Schools, a rail service, doctors and dentists, Co op supermarket, a local butcher, Church and a range of cafes, bars and restaurants. Church Stretton is also well placed for access to nearby towns including Ludlow, Craven Arms, Shrewsbury, Much Wenlock and Telford.

3 bed detached house

Burway Road Church Stretton Shropshire SY6

listed on 2020-02-08  Strutt and Parker   

A beautifully-designed contemporary house with delightful landscaped gardens and views of the Shropshire Hills. 3 2 1 Constructed in 2017, Larkshill has been thoughtfully designed to provide light, open plan modern accommodation that is orientated toward beautiful rear gardens, with views of Rectory Wood and the Long Mynd. Entering through double doors, a spacious entrance hallway is laid with engineered oak flooring and continues through glass pocket doors into a spacious kitchen/dining room. The kitchen, with underfloor heating, is fitted with bespoke wall and base units with quartz worktops, a range of integrated Smeg appliances and a large central island with breakfast bar. Adjoining the kitchen is a sizeable utility room with external door. Two sets of French doors lead out from the kitchen and dining area onto a large rear terrace, creating an excellent entertaining space. A further set of glass doors lead into a duel aspect living room with a modern combination fireplace. A cloakroom and store cupboard complete the ground floor accommodation. On the first floor three double bedrooms are served by an en-suite and family bathroom, both with underfloor heating. The bedroom accommodation enjoys views over the grounds and surrounding countryside. Outside Outside Set back from the road in a secluded position, Larkshill is approached over a large gravelled driveway providing private parking for multiple vehicles and giving access to a detached brick built outbuilding. The front lawn is interspersed with a number of mature trees. The south-west facing rear garden has been landscaped to create a contemporary feel with a generous expanse of level lawn, well-stocked raised flowerbeds and a variety of fruit trees. There is a large paved and decked terrace from which to enjoy views of the Shropshire Hills. Situation Location Larkshill stands on the edge of the historic Spa town of Church Stretton, a short walk from the entrance to the Burway but only a few minutes from the High Street, offering the best of both worlds. Nestling in the heart of the Shropshire Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural beauty, the house has easy access to the surrounding hills providing great walking and cycling routes. Church Stretton provides an extensive range of everyday facilities including restaurants, library, doctors’ surgery and leisure facilities. Schooling within the county is excellent in both the state and private sectors, with a primary and secondary school in Church Stretton and notable schools in nearby Shrewsbury. Road links in the area are good with the A49 providing access to Hereford and the south, Shrewsbury to the north and from there linking to the M54 and national motorway network. Church Stretton has its own mainline train station connecting Cardiff and Manchester. From Shrewsbury there is a direct train line to London. Directions Directions From Shrewsbury proceed south on the A49 to Church Stretton. At the traffic lights turn right and continue to the top of the main street. At the crossroads, continue straight onto Burway Road following the road around to the left. Proceed for a short distance, up the brow of the hill, where Larkshill can be found on the left-hand side. Share Other features Open plan kitchen/dining room Drawing room Entrance hall Utility room Cloakroom Master bedroom with en suite bathroom 2 Further bedrooms Family bathroom Brick built outbuilding Gardens EPC rating B Gallery 1/13 Other details Floorplan Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View

3 bed detached house

Burway Road Church Stretton Shropshire SY6

listed on 2020-02-05  Strutt and Parker   

A beautifully-designed contemporary house with delightful landscaped gardens and views of the Shropshire Hills. 3 2 1 Constructed in 2017, Larkshill has been thoughtfully designed to provide light, open plan modern accommodation that is orientated toward beautiful rear gardens, with views of Rectory Wood and the Long Mynd. Entering through double doors, a spacious entrance hallway is laid with engineered oak flooring and continues through glass pocket doors into a spacious kitchen/dining room. The kitchen, with underfloor heating, is fitted with bespoke wall and base units with quartz worktops, a range of integrated Smeg appliances and a large central island with breakfast bar. Adjoining the kitchen is a sizeable utility room with external door. Two sets of French doors lead out from the kitchen and dining area onto a large rear terrace, creating an excellent entertaining space. A further set of glass doors lead into a duel aspect living room with a modern combination fireplace. A cloakroom and store cupboard complete the ground floor accommodation. On the first floor three double bedrooms are served by an en-suite and family bathroom, both with underfloor heating. The bedroom accommodation enjoys views over the grounds and surrounding countryside. Outside Outside Set back from the road in a secluded position, Larkshill is approached over a large gravelled driveway providing private parking for multiple vehicles and giving access to a detached brick built outbuilding. The front lawn is interspersed with a number of mature trees. The south-west facing rear garden has been landscaped to create a contemporary feel with a generous expanse of level lawn, well-stocked raised flowerbeds and a variety of fruit trees. There is a large paved and decked terrace from which to enjoy views of the Shropshire Hills. Situation Location Larkshill stands on the edge of the historic Spa town of Church Stretton, a short walk from the entrance to the Burway but only a few minutes from the High Street, offering the best of both worlds. Nestling in the heart of the Shropshire Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural beauty, the house has easy access to the surrounding hills providing great walking and cycling routes. Church Stretton provides an extensive range of everyday facilities including restaurants, library, doctors’ surgery and leisure facilities. Schooling within the county is excellent in both the state and private sectors, with a primary and secondary school in Church Stretton and notable schools in nearby Shrewsbury. Road links in the area are good with the A49 providing access to Hereford and the south, Shrewsbury to the north and from there linking to the M54 and national motorway network. Church Stretton has its own mainline train station connecting Cardiff and Manchester. From Shrewsbury there is a direct train line to London. Directions Directions From Shrewsbury proceed south on the A49 to Church Stretton. At the traffic lights turn right and continue to the top of the main street. At the crossroads, continue straight onto Burway Road following the road around to the left. Proceed for a short distance, up the brow of the hill, where Larkshill can be found on the left-hand side. Share Other features Open plan kitchen/dining room Drawing room Entrance hall Utility room Cloakroom Master bedroom with en suite bathroom 2 Further bedrooms Family bathroom Brick built outbuilding Gardens EPC rating B Gallery 1/13 Other details Floorplan Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View

6 bed detached house

Carding Mill Valley Church Stretton Shropshire SY6

listed on 2019-06-23  Strutt and Parker   

Under Offer A handsome Edwardian house situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 6 1 3 The property Trefrie is an elegant Edwardian detached house dating back to 1905, found at the entrance to the stunning Carding Mill Valley. A long standing family home, Trefrie has a fantastic flow of well-centred accommodation over three floors and a position that offers arguably the best of both worlds; superb countryside surroundings only a short distance from the town centre of Church Stretton. The reception hall with original Minton floor tiling leads to two elegant reception rooms both with high ceilings, deep sash windows and detailed cornicing. The sitting room is duel aspect with a log effect gas stove whilst the drawing room has an attractive open fireplace. An adjoining garden room floods the drawing room with light and overlooks the well-stocked grounds, with door onto the terrace. The spacious kitchen/dining room is fitted with a range of traditional wooden units and a Rangemaster stove. A utility room, WC and rear porch complete the ground floor accommodation. Steps from the hall lead down to a pantry providing additional storage. To the first floor there are three double bedrooms, including a dual aspect master bedroom, all with exposed wooden floors which are served by a family bathroom. The second floor offers three further bedrooms. Outside Outside Trefrie is approached over a bridge to a driveway providing parking for several cars. There is a single garage located away from the main house with an adjoining home office, benefiting from power and internet access. The house stands in approximately 0.28 acres, with lawned gardens interspersed with mature specimen and fruit trees, shrubs and well stocked borders that offer all year round colour. There are a number of seating areas within the grounds, including a sun terrace that extends from the property. Situation Location Trefrie stands on the edge of the Cardingmill Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in the heart of the historic spa town of Church Stretton. This sought-after location boasts a good range of everyday amenities, including local shops, restaurants and pubs, and a selection of excellent schools. The town has its own mainline station, on the line between Manchester and Cardiff, while the county town of Shrewsbury, and the historic market town of Ludlow, with their wide range of shops, leisure and entertainment facilities, are just a stone's throw away. The town is surrounded by stunning countryside, providing great walking and cycling routes. Directions Directions From the centre of Church Stretton proceed onto Burway Road and take the first right into Longhills Road, continuing up hill. The entrance to Trefrie will be found on the right hand side, proceed over a bridge onto the driveway. Alternatively, there is unrestricted parking alongside the boundary of the property on the Carding Mill Valley Road. Share Other features Kitchen/dining room Drawing room Sitting room Garden room 6 bedrooms Family bathroom Entrance hall WC Utility room Pantry Garage Home office Gardens EPC rating F Gallery 1/15 Other details Floorplan Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View

6 bed detached house

Carding Mill Valley Church Stretton Shropshire SY6

listed on 2019-06-20  Strutt and Parker   

Under Offer A handsome Edwardian house situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 6 1 3 The property Trefrie is an elegant Edwardian detached house dating back to 1905, found at the entrance to the stunning Carding Mill Valley. A long standing family home, Trefrie has a fantastic flow of well-centred accommodation over three floors and a position that offers arguably the best of both worlds; superb countryside surroundings only a short distance from the town centre of Church Stretton. The reception hall with original Minton floor tiling leads to two elegant reception rooms both with high ceilings, deep sash windows and detailed cornicing. The sitting room is duel aspect with a log effect gas stove whilst the drawing room has an attractive open fireplace. An adjoining garden room floods the drawing room with light and overlooks the well-stocked grounds, with door onto the terrace. The spacious kitchen/dining room is fitted with a range of traditional wooden units and a Rangemaster stove. A utility room, WC and rear porch complete the ground floor accommodation. Steps from the hall lead down to a pantry providing additional storage. To the first floor there are three double bedrooms, including a dual aspect master bedroom, all with exposed wooden floors which are served by a family bathroom. The second floor offers three further bedrooms. Outside Outside Trefrie is approached over a bridge to a driveway providing parking for several cars. There is a single garage located away from the main house with an adjoining home office, benefiting from power and internet access. The house stands in approximately 0.28 acres, with lawned gardens interspersed with mature specimen and fruit trees, shrubs and well stocked borders that offer all year round colour. There are a number of seating areas within the grounds, including a sun terrace that extends from the property. Situation Location Trefrie stands on the edge of the Cardingmill Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in the heart of the historic spa town of Church Stretton. This sought-after location boasts a good range of everyday amenities, including local shops, restaurants and pubs, and a selection of excellent schools. The town has its own mainline station, on the line between Manchester and Cardiff, while the county town of Shrewsbury, and the historic market town of Ludlow, with their wide range of shops, leisure and entertainment facilities, are just a stone's throw away. The town is surrounded by stunning countryside, providing great walking and cycling routes. Directions Directions From the centre of Church Stretton proceed onto Burway Road and take the first right into Longhills Road, continuing up hill. The entrance to Trefrie will be found on the right hand side, proceed over a bridge onto the driveway. Alternatively, there is unrestricted parking alongside the boundary of the property on the Carding Mill Valley Road. Share Other features Kitchen/dining room Drawing room Sitting room Garden room 6 bedrooms Family bathroom Entrance hall WC Utility room Pantry Garage Home office Gardens EPC rating F Gallery 1/15 Other details Floorplan Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View

4 bed detached house

14 Hazler Orchard, Church Stretton SY6 7AL

listed on 2020-02-18  Miller Evans   

This attractive, well maintained and extremely well presented, 4 bedroomed detached property provides split level accommodation which has been extended and much improved over the years to provide flexible living, which will appeal to a variety of potential purchasers. The accommodation includes : large hallway, living room, dining room, sun room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, master bedroom with shower room en suite, second bedroom with shower room en suite and a main bathroom to the ground floor and a further sitting room, hallway, 2 further double bedrooms and a shower room to the lower ground floor. Subject to individual requirements the lower ground floor provides the potential to become a self contained granny annex. Externally there is a large driveway, double garage, workshop and store room as well as well established gardens which boast stunning views across Church Stretton and the surrounding South Shropshire Hills. The property also benefits from gas-fired central heating and double glazing. No upward chain - immediate possession available. The property occupies a superb elevated position in a quite cul-de-sac approx. half a mile from the centre of Church Stretton and 13 miles south of Shrewsbury, whilst also being well placed for access to Much Wenlock, Telford, Craven Arms and Ludlow. The excellent range of amenities in Church Stretton include Primary and Secondary Schools, a selection of shops, café's, bars and restaurants, a doctor's surgery, veterinary surgery, dentist, railway service and the surrounding hills and countryside provide wonderful opportunities for recreational pursuits.

5 bed detached house

Chatwall Church Stretton Shropshire SY6

listed on 2019-11-25  Strutt and Parker   

Under Offer A period farmhouse situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with superb views and available by separate negotiation, around 9 acres of bio-diverse meadowland. 5 3 3 The property Chatwall Lawn is a delightful period farmhouse situated in a beautiful un-spoilt valley with stunning views. It enjoys pretty gardens, a stable block and, available by separate negotiation, around 9.39 acres of bio diverse meadowland. The house has an easy flow of rooms leading off the central hallway. The sitting room has an inglenook fireplace housing a wood burning stove and adjoins the contemporary garden room from where views around the valley are enjoyed. The dining room has a cast iron fireplace and bi-fold doors open to the garden terrace. The kitchen has a range of wall and floor units, modern integrated appliances and a wood burning stove together with a neighboring fitted utility room and cloakroom. On the first floor there is a generous master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and en suite shower room, two further well-proportioned bedrooms and a large family bathroom. The two remaining bedrooms can be found on the second floor, served by a second family bathroom and there is an external access from the landing with a deck and wooden staircase to a parking area enabling this floor to be adapted to a separate annexe if required. This property has 9.39 acres of land. Outside Outside The property is approached down a shared driveway and through twin five-bar gates giving access to a detached timber-framed stable block with two loose boxes, tack room and hay store. A further five-bar gate gives access to a gravelled forecourt. The house sits in around 0.64 acre of gardens, featuring a number of mature trees including a beautiful mulberry, lawns bordered by flowerbeds and raised vegetable beds and a raised paved terrace, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining. 9.39 acres of organic, bio-diverse meadowland is avaiable by separate negotiation. Situation Location Chatwall Lawn occupies an idyllic location in the rural hamlet of Chatwall, close to Cardington, within the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The area is renowned for its excellent walks and network of quiet bridleways. The nearby market town of Church Stretton offers a wide range of facilities including a variety of shops, public houses, cafés and restaurants. More extensive shopping and recreational facilities can be found in the mediaeval county town of Shrewsbury. The area offers a number of state primary and secondary schools including Church Preen Primary School (rated Outstanding by Ofsted) and Church Stretton School. Independent schools include Concord College, Prestfelde, Shrewsbury and Shrewsbury High School. Communications in the region are good with the A49 linking to the A5 north via Oswestry towards Chester and east via the A5/M54 to Telford, Wolverhampton and Birmingham. Directions Directions From Shrewsbury, head south on the A49 for approximately 6 miles passing through the village of Dorrington. Take the left hand turn signed posted for Longnor and continue through the village until reaching the cross roads. Continue straight over following signs for Lawley and Chatwall, bearing right at the fork in the road. Continue on this road for around 3 miles until reaching the entrance for Chatwall Lawn on the left hand side, accessed down a tarmac driveway. Share Other features Sitting room Dining room Garden room Kitchen Porch Reception hall Utility room Cloakroom Master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and en-suite shower room 4 Further bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Stable block with tack room and hay store Gardens 9.39 acres of additional meadowland available by separate negotiation EPC rating E Gallery 1/14 Other details Floorplan Virtual Viewing Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View

5 bed house

Hazler Road Church Stretton Shropshire SY6

listed on 2019-07-28  Strutt and Parker   

Under Offer A handsome Edwardian house found in a beautiful part of Church Stretton with far reaching views of the Shropshire Hills. 5 1 3 The property The Levons is a handsome Edwardian property offering comfortable and well-proportioned accommodation focused around pretty gardens and stunning views of the Church Stretton Hills. The property has served as a wonderful family home, retaining a wealth of original features including quarry stone tiled floors, high ceilings edged with beautiful cornicing, feature fireplaces and an elegant staircase. The duel aspect kitchen/breakfast room has delightful views over the garden with a Rayburn Range which gives a fantastic focal point. The adjacent drawing room has beautiful French doors leading out to the south/west facing rear terraces and gives a lovely light space accessed from the main hallway. A further sitting room with open fire, cloakroom and boot room complete the ground floor accommodation. Five bedrooms, a bathroom and a cloakroom complement the ground floor accommodation, the principle bedrooms having delightful views over the grounds and hills beyond. Outside Outside Being keen gardeners, the existing owners have created delightful grounds, focused around the south-westerly aspect. The property has an excellent terrace area to the rear, ideal for outdoor entertaining. There is formal lawn bordered by well-stocked beds and mature trees. Parking is found to the side of the house accessed immediately from Hazler Road. Agents note: The owners have sold away the original garden to the side of The Levons which has Planning Permission for the erection of a single dwelling. Situation Location The popular market town of Church Stretton is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and provides an extensive range of everyday facilities including restaurants, leisure facilities, library, doctors’ surgery, schools and a bustling high street. Communications are first class with the A49 providing access to Ludlow/Hereford and the south, Shrewsbury to the north and from there linking to the A5, M54 and national motorway network. Church Stretton has its own railway station connecting Shrewsbury and Manchester to the north and Newport to the south. Directions Directions From Shrewsbury, approach the Church Stretton crossroads, turning left and then taking the second right onto Hazler Road. After approximately 200 yards, The Levons will be found on the right-hand side highlighted by the agent’s board. Share Other features Kitchen Breakfast room Drawing room Sitting room Pantry Five bedrooms Bathroom WC Boot Room Gardens and grounds EPC Rating E Gallery 1/11 Other details Floorplan Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View

5 bed house

Hazler Road Church Stretton Shropshire SY6

listed on 2019-07-27  Strutt and Parker   

Under Offer A handsome Edwardian house found in a beautiful part of Church Stretton with far reaching views of the Shropshire Hills. 5 1 3 The property The Levons is a handsome Edwardian property offering comfortable and well-proportioned accommodation focused around pretty gardens and stunning views of the Church Stretton Hills. The property has served as a wonderful family home, retaining a wealth of original features including quarry stone tiled floors, high ceilings edged with beautiful cornicing, feature fireplaces and an elegant staircase. The duel aspect kitchen/breakfast room has delightful views over the garden with a Rayburn Range which gives a fantastic focal point. The adjacent drawing room has beautiful French doors leading out to the south/west facing rear terraces and gives a lovely light space accessed from the main hallway. A further sitting room with open fire, cloakroom and boot room complete the ground floor accommodation. Five bedrooms, a bathroom and a cloakroom complement the ground floor accommodation, the principle bedrooms having delightful views over the grounds and hills beyond. Outside Outside Being keen gardeners, the existing owners have created delightful grounds, focused around the south-westerly aspect. The property has an excellent terrace area to the rear, ideal for outdoor entertaining. There is formal lawn bordered by well-stocked beds and mature trees. Parking is found to the side of the house accessed immediately from Hazler Road. Agents note: The owners have sold away the original garden to the side of The Levons which has Planning Permission for the erection of a single dwelling. Situation Location The popular market town of Church Stretton is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and provides an extensive range of everyday facilities including restaurants, leisure facilities, library, doctors’ surgery, schools and a bustling high street. Communications are first class with the A49 providing access to Ludlow/Hereford and the south, Shrewsbury to the north and from there linking to the A5, M54 and national motorway network. Church Stretton has its own railway station connecting Shrewsbury and Manchester to the north and Newport to the south. Directions Directions From Shrewsbury, approach the Church Stretton crossroads, turning left and then taking the second right onto Hazler Road. After approximately 200 yards, The Levons will be found on the right-hand side highlighted by the agent’s board. Share Other features Kitchen Breakfast room Drawing room Sitting room Pantry Five bedrooms Bathroom WC Boot Room Gardens and grounds EPC Rating E Gallery 1/11 Other details Floorplan Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View

4 bed house

Greystones, Wall Bank, Hope Bowdler, Church Stretton

listed on 2019-08-22  Samuel Wood and Co   

Full Description Nestling at the lower slopes of the Hope Bowdler Hill and situated approx 2.5 miles from the town of Church Stretton, Greystones is surrounded by the open fields to the front and woodland and hills to the rear and also stands in a garden through which runs a small stream. The house has been sympathetically renovated and earliest viewing of the premises and location are highly recommended. The accommodation comprises: Reception Hall, Reception Room, Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Four Bedrooms and Bathroom, The property benefits from replacement double glazed windows and doors and a newly fitted oil fired central heating system. EPC Rating E. Reception Porch Reception Room - 14' x 12'3 (4.27m x 3.73m) - With large Inglenook fireplace with bread oven to the side and heavy beam over, ceiling timbers and window to the garden. Kitchen - 12'3 x 9' (3.73m x 2.74m) - Smartly appointed with range of cupboards and drawers to the work surface area, matching range of cupboards, tiled floor, built-in appliances. Dining Room - 12'3 x 11'9 (3.73m x 3.58m) - With exposed ceiling timbers, window to the front, glazed door to the inner hall. Inner Hallway - With access to the utility room Feature Living Room - 18'3 x 12' (5.56m x 3.66m) - Fireplace with log burner, hardwood flooring, windows to the rear and French doors leading onto the sun terrace and gardens. First Floor Accommodation Landing - Windows to the front aspect. Master Bedroom - 19' x 12'6 (5.79m x 3.81m) - An attractive spacious room with windows to the front and side. Bedroom 2 - 17'8 x 9' (5.38m x 2.74m) - Windows to the side and rear, access is given to the roof void. Bedroom 3 - 12'3 x 9'9 (3.73m x 2.97m) - Windows to the front and side, access to the roof space. Bedroom 4 - 11'9 x 7'9 (3.58m x 2.36m) - Window to the rear. Bathroom - Comprising: WC, wash hand basin, panel bath, rainfall style shower, window to the rear. Utility Room - 17'9 x 9' (5.41m x 2.74m) - With single glazed door, power points and lighting, window to the rear. Outside - The property occupies a beautiful, semi secluded position, a feature of Greystones are the generous sized gardens. Approached crossing two fields through the five bar gate and over a bridge onto the gravelled parking and turning area. The garden areas are predominantly laid to lawns with stocked borders, numerous trees and shrubbery's, steps lead down to a small stream that runs through the garden. Directions: - From Church Stretton, take the Much Wenlock road and continue through the village of Hope Bowdler. Continue for approximately 1 mile until you see a track on the left-hand side signposted caravan camping club site. Go down this track closing the gate behind you and at the end of the track you will see the property Greystones. Agents Note: - Prospective viewers are advised that there is a small caravan park located nearby. This caravan park has a restriction of 5 caravans at one time. There is a public footpath in the corner of the perimeter of the plot. To View - Contact the Shrewsbury Office on: tel: 01743 272710 or Free Premium Service number on 0808 284 7777 web site: www.samuelwood.co.uk Monday-Friday 9am-5.30pm & Saturday 9am-3pm Services - We understand that the property has oil heating, mains electricity, private water supply and private drainage. Local Authority - Shropshire Council, The Shirehall, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY2 6ND. Tel 0345 678 9000 Council Tax Band: E Mortgage Services - We offer a no obligation mortgage service through our in house Financial Advisor. Please ask a member of our team for further details. Tenure - We understand the tenure is Freehold. You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. 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5 bed house

| Woolston, Church Stretton, Shropshire

listed on 2019-04-25  Balfours   

Idyllic Location, 5 Bedroom, 1+ Acre, Spacious Accommodation, Open-Plan Kitchen / Dining Room, Living Room with Fireplace, Potential 2nd Floor Suite / Studio, Off-Road Parking, EPC: D

3 bed detached house

Roman Bank, Rushbury, Church Stretton

listed on 2019-12-21  Cobb Amos   

Versatile family home Self contained annexe Open plan kitchen/dining Wonderful garden Ample parking NO ONWARD CHAIN Located in the Shropshire hills in an area of outstanding beauty, adjacent to the famous Jack Mytton bridleway, is this versatile, three bedroom family home with self contained one bedroom annexe. The property is a commutable distance form Wolverhampton, Shrewsbury and Telford and just a short drive from Ludlow, close to a primary school with an outstanding ofsted report and within an active local community. Introduction An opportunity to purchase a lovingly extended and reconfigured family home, which currently earns an income from a separate annexe, which could suit an elderly relative or continue as an income earner. This charming property is situated on the Jack Mytton way and Wenlock Edge and sits in large gardens. Property description Pull up on the driveway, open the gate and walk to the rear of the house, where the entrance to the main house is located. On entering the hallway the house opens up before you and you realise at once what an amazing space and size the house offers. The hallway with oak flooring is connected to the kitchen by way of a large open archway making the space feel very open plan to the kitchen. The kitchen's original quarry tiled floor was lovingly taken up and re-laid by the current owner, after their restoration had been finished. The kitchen, has a range of floor units which meld into the utility, where there is space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, there is a large larder cupboard. The end of the kitchen opens into a dining area with stairs rising to the first floor, From the dining room there are double doors which open into the separate annexe. Back at the entrance hall there is a shower room, which is ideal for very muddy dogs that have walked the Mytton Way. To the right is a large living room with the same oak flooring, log burning stove, and French doors opening into your garden and outbuildings. Back to the dining room and take the stairs to the first floor where you will find doors to all rooms. The guest bedroom is a double bedroom with Velux window offering far reaching views over Corvedale. Bedroom two is a further double and has views to the rear. The master bedroom has the benefit of a dressing area which you walk through to reach the main bedroom, which in turn has its own bathroom, with shower end bath, pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail and low flush WC. The family shower room is located off the landing, and has a separate corner shower cubicle with a large cupboard housing a modern condensing boiler and mega tank for the solar panels located at the front of the house. Annexe Located from the dining room, but having its own paved courtyard garden and front door, is this amazing annexe. There is a lounge/dining room with log burning stove inset into pretty niche with tessellated Victorian style hearth and space for sofa and small dining table. A door to a galley kitchen, with Shaker style floor and wall units, space for cooker and fridge and sink unit with hospital style mixer taps. The bedroom is to front aspect and has a wonderful Victorian influenced bathroom with ball and claw roll top bath, high cistern WC and large separate shower cubicle. A wonderful and welcoming place to stay whether you be paying guests, or just visiting friends. Gardens Monty Don would be proud of this eclectic garden with room for the ducks and chickens, vegetable patches and fruit cages, enclosed orchard with newly planted fruit trees. Two stables with hard standing, sheds for the tools needed to run a small holding log store and a brilliant man cave to top it off, with water and electricity and don't forget the formal garden, with large area of lawn, hedges round the boundaries, and every form of wildlife sharing the experience. Did I forget to mention the greenhouse! All in all a truly magical garden.. Parking There is ample parking on the property's drvieway with space to build a garage should you need one (STPP). Services LPG condensing boiler, solid fuel log burner, septic tank, mains electricity. Solar panels. Council Tax Band C. Location Rushbury is a village and civil parish in Shropshire, roughly five miles from Church Stretton and eight miles from Much Wenlock. Nearby villages include Cardington, Longville in the Dale, Ticklerton and Wall under Haywood. Longville and Wall lie within Rushbury parish, There is an outstanding primary school, and very active community.