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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Sutton, Stanton Lacy, Ludlow, Shropshire

Guide Price £625,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Hall, Drawing room, Snug/sitting room, Kitchen/breakfast room, Dining room
  • Utility/ bootroom, Cloakroom,
  • 5 Double bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, Large attic (two further bedrooms subject to consent)
  • Triple garage, Stables with tack room and store

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

North Sutton House is a handsome Grade ll listed
property offering superb accommodation. The excellent reception space to the ground floor provides formal dining room, a cosy snug with open fire and a wonderfully light and spacious drawing room with log burner for comfort in the cooler months. Continuing through the central hall,
there is a useful cloakroom and access to the rest
of the house. To the rear aspect is the adopted
heart of the home, a lovely farmhouse kitchen with a range of units and space enough for a large table. The Inglenook and inviting Aga provide a
focal point but the views out across the beautiful
countryside are superb and hard to ignore! A useful utility/boot room is a real bonus. To the first floor we see more evidence of original timber frame and detailing, in particular the two central
bedrooms with impressive vaulted ceilings. The 5
good sized double bedrooms are served by 3 wellappointed bathrooms. Continuing to the second floor, the attic space boasts large windows and provides potential for a further two bedrooms or as an excellent home office (subject to consent).

North Sutton House has a wonderful location, situated in a peaceful South Shropshire valley,
surrounded by picturesque countryside offering
excellent walking and cycling and only a few miles from Ludlow. This thriving market town continues to enjoy immense popularity from both locals and visitors alike who are drawn to its fine architecture, gastronomic reputation and vibrant annual festivals.

There are a range of educational establishments
within the area with several local primary schools, a secondary school and a sixth form college in Ludlow. The independent sector is well catered for with Moor Park preparatory just a few minutes' drive south of Ludlow; renowned facilities for older children are available at Shrewsbury School, Hereford Cathedral, Abberley Hall and Bedstone College.

There is a train station at Ludlow which is on the Manchester to Cardiff line and the A49 can be picked up a short distance away connecting the county town of Shrewsbury to the north and the cathedral city of Hereford to the south with London accessible in about 3hrs.

Accessed by a quiet country lane, the private drive arrives at the pretty Wisteria adorned front aspect of the house. North Sutton House sits comfortably in its own grounds of lush lawn and mature trees. Its gardens are of a generous size, measuring over half an acre and provide super views across the Corvedale valley and beyond. Copper Beech and Silver Birch mix with apple trees and lawn with patios providing lovely spots to entertain or just enjoy the position.

The property benefits from stables with tack room and store.


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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
31 October 2016

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