This substantial family home features a generous
amount of living space arranged across three floors. The building retains much of its original
character and charm, with period features including exposed timber ceiling beams, attractive
fireplaces and some original plasterwork.
The ground floor is arranged around a central reception hall, with the sitting room, drawing room and dining room all being of a large size and featuring ornate fireplaces. The kitchen/breakfast
room features contemporary units, integrated
appliances and glazed double doors leading outside. The kitchen space benefits from an adjacent utility room and small pantry, while there
is also a cloakroom located on the ground floor.
On the first floor, the generously-sized master
bedroom benefits from built-in storage and a large en suite bathroom with separate shower. A further two bedrooms both also benefit from en suite shower rooms, and there is also a large dressing room/study. Stairs lead to the second floor where there are a further three bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is also an additional kitchen/breakfast room, allowing the top floor to function as separate living accommodation for family and guests.
Local Authority: Shropshire Council .
Services: Mains electricity, water, drainage and
gas. Gas fired heating to radiators with some
electric heating on the second floor.
Council Tax: Band E.
Fixtures and Fittings: Only those items known
as fixtures and fittings will be included in the
sale. Certain items such as garden ornaments,
carpets and curtains may be available by
Wayleaves, easements and rights of way: The
property will be sold subject to and with the
benefits of all wayleaves, easements and
rights of way, whether mentioned in these sales
particulars or not.
Agents Notes: 1. The gas boiler was fitted under
a service plan which includes maintenance for
which the vendor pays £38 per month 2. There
is an area of flying freehold above the kitchen.
Viewings: All viewings are strictly by
appointment via Strutt and Parker.
Situated in the centre of Ludlow, the property is conveniently placed to access all that vibrant Ludlow has to offer. The amenities expected in a town the size of Ludlow are present.
Regular markets are found in the square as well as a host of independant shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs throughout. Unspoilt countryside is easily reached, with a number of footpaths available out of Ludlow itself. The beautiful Shropshire hills provide some excellent cycling.
There are a number of well-regarded state and
private schools in the local area.
Less than 200 metres from the property, Ludlow
mainline station offers good rail links, while the A49 provides access to the wider motorway network.
To the rear of the property, accessed by a back door off the hall, is a good sized parking area for two cars. Depending on preference this could be
landscaped to create a garden.