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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Lower Street, Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire

Sold STC £300,000

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Tenure: Freehold

Situated within the delightful town of Cleobury Mortimer, The Old Bakery, converted in 1987 into a charming residential property offers the convenience of town life as well as the comforts of a picturesque rural home.

The house retains some of its early features from around the 1750s, most notably the original oven situated in the hallway. Now only an ornamental addition, this preserved detail adds a touch of authenticity as well as character. The open beams, and artfully exposed stone walls add further character features to this lovely family home.

The house has a wonderfully refurbished kitchen and en suite bathroom, and a downstairs cloakroom has been recently fitted, all done without losing the rustic ambience of this home. A claw footed Victoria and Albert bathtub adds a touch of luxury to everyday life, and the embedded stone fireplace located in the living room adds a touch of warmth and elegance. With four bedrooms, a spacious downstairs study as well as loft storage, this property offers flexible and manageable space, suited to a variety of needs and requirements.

A sizable garden includes a paved patio area, a generous and well maintained lawn, as well as a vegetable patch. The off road entrance provides privacy, and the off street parking lends a touch of convenience to this home.

Local Area:
Described to have a village-like aura, Cleobury Mortimer provides a range of amenities such as doctors, dentists, pubs and tearooms while maintaining a quaint and rural atmosphere. Receiving its market town charter in 1253, this delightful town is steeped in historical intrigue. With associations with the Norman conquests and Medieval Lords, the old ruins of Cleobury castle and the crooked spire of St Mary’s Church lends this snug pastoral cloister a rural romantic aura, once frequented by poets such as Sir John Betjamen.

With Kidderminster station and the M5 both within a 30 minute drive and primary and secondary schools a mere ten minute walk away offering excellent educational facilities, this property is accommodating to both families and commuters alike.

Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired Central Heating.

Tenure: Freehold.

Council Tax Banding C.

Property ref: 121_2682_3775507

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14 September 2015


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