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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Upper Linney, Ludlow, Shropshire

Under Offer £550,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Ground floor: Hall, Dining room, Snug/Sitting room, Kitchen/breakfast room
  • First floor: Drawing room, Library, Bedroom, Bathroom
  • Second floor: 2 Bedrooms (one with WC and sink), Office/bedroom with independant access, Bathroom
  • Third floor: Attic rooms/additional bedrooms
  • Garden
  • Parking

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

St Leonard's House has a Georgian frontage dating to about 1770 uniting two old black and white timber-framed cottages which were originally separated by a cobbled street which is still partially
visible today. The house boasts a host of period
features and is brimming with character and charm. There are exposed wall and ceiling timbers, sash windows, feature fireplaces, exposed floorboards, high ceilings. From the first and second floors there are fabulous far-reaching views.

St. Leonard's House has been home to the current vendors for 14 years and offers extensive and flexible accommodation arranged over four floors. The independent access to the second floor gives potential for commercial/ holiday or rental accommodation subject to consents. The spacious kitchen/breakfast room runs across the rear of the property and boasts a four oven Aga, a good range of fitted storage and an island unit. There are two seating areas and a door opening to the garden patio area. The rooms are all well proportioned and of particular note are the elegant
dining room, the light and airy first floor drawing
room which enjoys views to the hills above
Corvedale and the north and the atmospheric and
cosy snug. To the side of the property is a further
area of garden along with parking spaces for three
vehicles - a rarity within Ludlow town.

St. Leonard's House is located just outside Ludlow's town walls close to St Laurence's Church. Upper Linney is a narrow street rising to the site of the mediaeval Linney Gate a stone's throw away from Ludlow's town centre, famed for its fine restaurants, independent shops, local produce market, architecture and annual food and arts festivals.

Communications in the area are good with the A49 linking the county town of Shrewsbury in the north, to the cathedral city of Hereford in the south. Ludlow has a train station on the main Manchester to Cardiff line with trains running to London at regular intervals, changing once at Newport.

The surrounding countryside is breath-taking and offers many leisure and recreational opportunities with fine walks and horse riding on the door step.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
24 February 2016

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