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3 bedroom country house for sale

Bache Mill House, Diddlebury, Near Ludlow, Shropshire

Sold STC £350,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Many appealing character features
  • Large kitchen/dining/living room
  • Three further reception rooms
  • Three bedrooms and one en-suite
  • Main family bathroom
  • Oil central heating and double glazing
  • Barn with possible development potential

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A delightful Grade II listed part half timbered and part stone built country residence in about one acre of grounds surrounded by beautiful South Shropshire countryside in the popular Corvedale. Together with a detached stone barn.

Bache Mill House is set in the heart of the Corvedale which is renowned for its popularity being surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside in South Shropshire and also being within striking distance of the historic medieval market town of Ludlow on one side and Bridgnorth and the West Midland conurbation on the other.

The house sits in about an acre of gardens which are bordered by a low-lying small stream.

Throughout the accommodation there is an abundance of character features. The splendid kitchen/dining/living room has exposed timbers and a quarry tiled floor. There is an oil fired Rayburn and a double sink unit. The spacious living room has a focal point of an attractive stone built inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove set on a flagstone hearth. There are exposed wall and ceiling timbers. There are two further reception rooms, one which could be used as a formal dining room and the other as a study/office.

There are two staircases which rise to the first floor which has a split-level landing. The main bedroom has a wealth of exposed timbering and a step leads down into a spacious dressing room and en-suite shower with WC and wash basin. There are two further bedrooms again both having exposed wall timbers. The main family bathroom comprises a white suite of bath, WC and wash hand basin.

Within the grounds there is a detached stone built barn which offers several possibilities. Subject to obtaining necessary planning permission it has development potential or could be used for a variety of different other purposes to suit a buyer's own requirements.

The gardens surround the property, on one side there is a large lawn bordered by a sweeping drive from the road down to the parking area by the house. On the other side of the house steps lead down to the meandering stream with a wooden bridge which crosses the stream to an area of land on the other side. There are a variety of mature trees.

There is a separate detached garage .

Diddlebury is a popular village with a vibrant community. It has a well used village hall, a primary school of repute and a parish church. Also, within close proximity are a shop and two public houses.

Services: Mains water, electricity and septic tank drainage. Oil central heating. Council Tax Band D.

Tenure: Freehold

Directions Proceed out of Ludlow in a northerly direction along the A49. Turn right onto the B4365 road towards Bridgnorth. Carry on through Culmington and at a T-junction turn right signposted Bridgnorth. Carry on in to Diddlebury, past the right turning into Mill Lane and lookout for a right turn signposted Bache Mill House.

Property ref: 121_554_4134284

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