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2 bedroom detached house for sale

Bucknell, Shropshire

Under Offer £329,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Kitchen/breakfast room,Two reception rooms, Hall
  • Two double bedrooms, Two WC, Family bathroom
  • Utility room, Double garage, Pretty garden
  • Planning ref: 4/15359/LB

Full description

Weir Cottage is the idyllic village cottage, beautifully presented and full of character both
internally and externally. Timber framed with a
thatched roof (which has recently had a new ridge) and is described as 17th Century with
later additions and eyebrow dormers.

Through the attractive porch is a wide hallway off which is access to the kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen has a range of wall and base units along with ample dining space. A separate utility room adjoins the kitchen along with a cloakroom. There are two reception rooms one of which has a large inglenook fireplace housing a wood burning stove.
On the first floor are two characterful double
bedrooms with a WC.

It should be noted that planning permission was
granted for the erection of an extension to the property. The permission allowed for the removal of the current dining room and replacing
this with a larger reception in its place on the ground floor; along with a bedroom with ensuite
bathroom to the first floor. The permission has now lapsed.

Weir Cottage is situated in the village of Bucknell, which offers a post office, garage, two public houses, village hall, church, school and shops. The village of Leintwardine and the market towns of Craven Arms, Clun and Knighton are a little further afield and offer additional facilities. Ludlow is within easy reach and is famous for its historic castle, excellent range of independent shops, restaurants and vibrant festivals. Communications in the area are excellent with Bucknell having its own railway station (Shrewsbury to Swansea line).
This passes through Craven Arms where connections can be made to Manchester, Hereford and Cardiff. The county town of Shrewsbury and the cathedral city of Hereford are both readily accessible via the nearby A49.

The property has a classic country garden full of vibrant colour. Trellised roses play a starring role along with a collection of mature beds, trees and a summer house with decking. There are two pedestrian gates out to the village and the property benefits from a double garage.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
24 April 2016

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