3 bed detached house
Nr Lydbury North, Shropshire
Secluded cottage Wealth of character Absolute privacy 3 acre gardens/woodland Stunning views A must ...
Secluded cottage Wealth of character Absolute privacy 3 acre gardens/woodland Stunning views A must view property An attractive 3 bed detached cottage in an extremely private position elevated above the Clun valley. The property boasts a wealth of character and charm paired with spacious living accommodation, making an ideal family home. The gardens, woodland and grounds extend to approx 3 acres and provide solitude in this nature lover's paradise. With guaranteed absolute privacy in possibly one of the quietest locations in Shropshire, viewing is a real must to appreciate this real gem of a property as very few of its kind come to the market. Property Description A light and spacious extended country cottage with three double bedrooms and well planned characterful accommodation, having lots of charm and interesting features throughout. Surrounded by just over three acres of mature gardens and woodland in a quiet rural position. The property offers accommodation to include a spacious hallway, living room with beams and a stone fireplace with log burning stove, a large farmhouse style kitchen with space for dining table, a useful utility room with additional storage and a ground floor WC. On the first floor are three double bedrooms, two of which offer fitted wardrobes, and a family bathroom with a white three piece suite. 3.25 Acres of grounds The property is approached along a mile long stone farm track, which is steep and uneven in some places and part of it passes through a farm yard. The private driveway is lined with an avenue of trees, which in the spring is wonderfully colourful with cherry blossom. The driveway approaches the front of the property alongside the spacious level lawn which is bordered with trees and shrubs giving an incredibly peaceful and private aspect. The rear garden is enclosed with trees and has a lawn and some wooden outbuildings previously used as a cattery. The grounds extend to approximately 3.25 acres and includes a mixture of gardens and woodland. Services Mains electricity, oil heating, septic tank drainage and water supply from a spring and bore hole. Shropshire Council Tax Band E. Location Nearby Lydbury North is an ancient parish located in a valley amidst the beautiful South Shropshire Hills. Within the village is a shop, pub, post office facilities, primary schooling, church and village hall offering a variety of recreational facilities and clubs. Located nearby is Bishop's Castle, Church Stretton and Clun, all of which have a variety of shops, local businesses, services and primary and secondary schools. The nearest large towns are Shrewsbury and historical Ludlow. Popular with tourists is the Jack Mytton Way which passes through the Shropshire Hills which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is a long distance footpath and bridleway for horse riders, hill walkers and mountain bikers. The nearby village is well placed for both bus and coach services being on the Telford and Wrekin route and is also close to the town of Broome which is on the Welsh Marches railway line and runs services to Shrewsbury, Manchester and Cardiff. Agent's Note Please note that the lane to the property is owned by the neighbouring farm. It has legal access as stated in the deeds for access at all times. We would like to advise that having access to a 4x4 vehicle is a necessity.
4 bed house
Bushmoor Craven Arms Shropshire SY7
A modern house enjoying far reaching views, having excellent accommodation all set in mature gardens ...
A modern house enjoying far reaching views, having excellent accommodation all set in mature gardens on the edge of the hamlet of Bushmoor 4 2 3 D Energy Efficiency Rating The property Shepherds Fold was built in 1990 and has been in the ownership of the current family since 1999. The property sits tucked away on the edge of the hamlet of Bushmoor and enjoys views to the east over towards Wenlock Edge and Founders Folly sitting on top of Callow Hill with wonderful sunrises and to the west over fields to the rear for sunsets. The property has been well maintained by the current owners and provides split level accommodation that extends to about 2367 sq. ft. internally with some very good and flexible space. Steps lead to the front door which opens into the hallway with living accommodation of kitchen, dining room, conservatory and sitting room on this level. A small flight of stairs down to the studio (former double garage), office and utility provides very flexible options for the use of space. To the first floor are four double bedrooms, the main having an en suite and fitted wardrobes with the others all being double rooms and served by the house bathroom. Council Tax: Band F Agents notes: A - There is a public footpath that runs between the side of the garage and the orchard. B - The septic tank for a neighbouring property is located in the orchard. Outside Outside There is a large double garage / workshop and plenty of parking on the gravelled driveway to the front of the property and area running down to the garage. There are mature and established gardens that surround the property and to the rear of the garage, a small area used as an orchard. There is a patio to the side of the conservatory positioned for taking advantage of views to the east and west. Situation Location Bushmoor is a small hamlet set in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with easy access to a network of good walks over surrounding countryside, including Bushmoor coppice. Set about half a mile off the A49, the property is accessible to the nearby towns of Craven Arms and Church Stretton, where there are the usual range of services that one would expect including doctors surgeries, shops and schools and both having train stations on the Manchester to Cardiff line. The village of Wistanstow is about 1.25 miles away and has an active community with a village hall, pub, brewery, local shop, church and primary school. The County town of Shrewsbury is to the north with a direct trains into Birmingham and London and the charming and historic town of Ludlow about ten miles to the south. Directions Directions From Ludlow, head north for 10 miles on the A49 passing through Craven Arms, before taking the left turn signposted Bushmoor. Follow this road for about half a mile, where the driveway to the property is found on the right hand side. Share Other features 3 Reception rooms Kitchen/breakfast room Utility Office Studio Four bedrooms, one with en suite shower Bathroom Double garage / workshop Garden and orchard. About 0.6 acres EPC Rating D Gallery 1/11 Other details Floorplan Virtual Viewing Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View