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2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Hazel Cottage, Duxmoor, Onibury, Craven Arms, Shropshire

Under Offer £265,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Hazel Cottage: 2 reception rooms, kitchen, 2 Bedrooms, bathroom
  • Garden, Parking, Paddock, Pigsty and Store. EPC G

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Lot 5: Hazel Cottage
Hazel Cottage is a pretty semi-detached double
fronted period home located nearly opposite to
Duxmoor Farm. It is approached over a private
driveway with ample parking to the side of the
property. This charming cottage was built in the
early 1800's and is set in delightful landscaped
gardens and benefits from panoramic views.

Hazel Cottage is a beautifully unspoilt period
property and retains its original quarry-tiled and
limestone-flagged floors with exposed original oak and pine floorboards in the bedrooms together with original doors throughout and exposed beams, all contribute to its rustic charm. It is easy to understand why this has been successfully rented as holiday accommodation over the years.

The sitting-room has an original Victorian range;
the dining-room, once the kitchen, retains its bread oven and hob-grate. The kitchen has antique pine fitted cupboards, Victorian copper sink with space for appliances; period quarry tiled floor with the window overlooking the courtyard.

The bathroom consists of a Victorian enamel bath, washbasin and toilet. The original staircase leads up to the landing off which are two double bedrooms each with antique washbasins and light fittings. One bedroom retains its original fireplace.

Hazel Cottage, Lot 5 at Duxmoor Farm is situated in a desirable position, surrounded by glorious countryside with the advantage of magnificent far-reaching views and within easy reach of Ludlow. Situated by the River Teme, Ludlow continues to enjoy immense popularity from the local population and visitors alike, and is renowned for its restaurants, independent shops, vibrant festivals, and historic architecture. Further afield, the cathedral city of Hereford to the south and the County town of Shrewsbury to the north provide a wider range of shops, restaurants, cinemas/theatres, leisure facilities, good independent schools and general amenities.

Communications in the area are good with Ludlow
having a train station on the main Manchester to Cardiff railway line. The A49 links Shrewsbury to the north and Hereford to the south, with the main motorway network accessed towards Kidderminster via the A4117.

Situated approx. 14 miles from the border with Wales, Duxmoor Farm is conveniently positioned for travelling around much of Wales with the Welsh coast (Aberdyfi) about 70 miles away.

The pretty cottage garden was designed and planted by the owners to add colour and interest
throughout the year. There is a lawn, herbaceous
beds, roses, mature trees and shrubs all bordered by mature hedges. The original limestone pigsty with wood store also stands in the grounds. Steps lead up to a paddock at the rear of the cottage and an additional separate paling-fenced access to the side of the cottage drive entrance.

Agents note: Stokesay Court Estate retains the shooting and hunting rights.


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26 April 2017

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