3 bedroom detached house for saleGolden Cross Lane, Clee Hill, Ludlow, Shropshire
A charming family cottage nestled in the picturesque Clee Hills, with spectacular views.
This delightful property juxtaposes the old with the new, combining a touch of modernity with historic features.
Throughout the cottage, crisp white walls lend to an airy, peaceful atmosphere. The kitchen, has a sleek finish, with beautiful dark tiles on the floor and sections of the kitchen wall.
The spacious sitting room embodies cosiness, with its beautiful stone wall, holding an Inglenook fire place. The beam over the fireplace was crafted from a ship and the alcove erected with fossil stones. The traditional style of this room is perfected by the ceiling’s wooden beams. Perfect for family time together, this relaxing space conveniently extends into the dining area.
Entertain guests or simply unwind in the practical and impressive conservatory, featuring glassed walls for a peek of the stunning views outside. This stunning room is complemented by its coral tiled floor.
Located on the first floor, the bedrooms boast a tranquil ambience with scenic views over the quaint countryside. The master bedroom offers ample space and a built-in closet; the other bedrooms are bright and well-proportioned. Find sheer comfort in the luxurious bathroom which comes with white fixtures and stylishly tiled walls.
Outside, the large gardens are replete with bonuses including a range of beautiful plants and amazing views of the vast, calming vistas. There’s a medium-sized garage and driveway, greenhouse, sheds, and even a barbecue setup fashioned after a wishing well!
This cosy family cottage is an all-round winner– functional with many complementary features, and practical layout and design that enhance its warm character.
Situated in the rustic county of Shropshire, the property maintains its quaintness while being conveniently located within reach of local amenities. The Clee Hill Community Primary School is within walking distance, with the Secondary School easily accessible via a school bus. The town houses a doctor office, pub, convenience
store, post office and bakery, all within short walking distance of the property. The village is well connected to all travel routes through a bus. Walk or cycle for miles, taking in the break-taking sceneries and clean, fresh air.
Shropshire is home to many historic houses, castles, the famous Ironbridge and traditional market towns.
A 10 minute drive will take one to the historic market town of Ludlow. Regarded as one of the most attracted towns in England, Ludlow is considered an architectural gem. Known for its gourmet food and drink, Ludlow receives a constant stream of visitors, flocking to its many events and festivals all year round. Or visit the birthplace of Charles Darwin in delightful Shrewsbury, where you’ll also find stunning medieval buildings.
Services: Oil central heating, multi-fuel/log stove and double-glazed throughout
Local Authority: Shropshire County Council
Property ref: 121_2682_4149251
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