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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Caynham Woods, Caynham, Ludlow, Shropshire, SY8

Guide Price £1,100,000

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Tenure: Freehold

Elizabethan-Style Property Of An Unrivalled Specification, Standing Within the Former Grounds of Caynham Court.

Banqueting Hall, Drawing Room, Dining Hall, Music Room, Orangery, Billiard Room, Gymnasium, Open Plan Kitchen Breakfast/Family Room, Utility, Three Cloakrooms, 6 Double Bedrooms, Four En-suites, Approx. 6,739 Sq. Ft., Extensive Gardens, Woodland & River Frontage. Totalling 2.84 Acres.
EPC = D.

Self-Contained Lodge Comprising: Open-Plan Living/Kitchen, Bedroom, Shower Room, Large Double Garage, Carport.

Situation: Ribwood Hall stands secluded within the former grounds of Caynham Court on the edge of the delightful village of Caynham, with the grounds stretching down to Ledwyche Brook. The nearby gourmet centre of Ludlow, the picturesque town of Cleobury Mortimer and the market town of Tenbury Wells, all offer excellent day to day facilities along with highly individual shops, public houses and restaurants.

Description: Ribwood Hall is an inspirational solid oak framed residence fitted and finished to an exceptional level within a glorious rural location. The house was constructed around 1998 with a sympathetically designed addition to mirror the style and proportions of the original accommodation. The interior strongly reflects the period style with an abundance of exposed timbers throughout, enhanced by leaded light double glazed hardwood framed windows, carefully punctuating the timbered structure. The magnificent accommodation is centred round a formal banqueting hall complete with an open gallery through to a twin-storey vaulted timbered ceiling and a natural stone inglenook fireplace housing a Clearview wood burner, with heavy oak lintel above, all set over a terracotta tiled floor. Solid oak doors lead off to the principal character receptions rooms which boast an inglenook fireplace housing a Clearview wood burner with a polished marble hearth, an immense number of timbers within the walls and ceilings with windows and French doors providing access to, and wonderful views over, the garden.

The property boasts a beautiful oak framed orangery, perfectly positioned to enjoy the glorious outlook. In addition, the triple aspect billiard room also commands those character features, which, together with the adjoining gymnasium could provide self-contained accommodation subject to planning and other conditions.

The bespoke kitchen is a beautiful, light room with copious built in units, windows to all five elevations and polished Italian lime stone floors.

The first floor mirrors the style and immense proportions of the ground floor, being centred around a galleried landing with a wonderful full length glazed and timbered wall with a door leading out to a secluded balcony, idyllically situated for enjoying good company on warm lazy evenings.

The extensive bedroom accommodation has excellent bathroom facilities fitted with New England and Nostalgia sanitary ware together with ladder style heated towel rails and inset ceiling spotlighting.

The final jewel in the crown is the master bedroom suite which comprises an intriguing vaulted bedroom, an en-suite bathroom and a second, sensational vaulted bathroom, centred round a state-of-the-art spa bath with twin vanities and a walk-in tiled wet room, all arranged over polished Travertine marble floors. Beyond lies a dressing area and a walk-in wardrobe complete with organisers and copious storage for clothes, shoes, luggage and accessories. It also provides room for a seating area, making this a true inner sanctum.

Outside: The property is approached through electrically operated portcullis style gates giving access to a large gravelled courtyard. There is a large double garage with power, light and water supply, accessed via double timber doors, and a car port. The adjoining Lodge has a ground floor entrance hall with Shower Room, stairs to an open-plan Living Room/Fitted Kitchen extending under the eaves with five Velux windows and a double bedroom.

The gardens of Ribwood Hall are a very special feature of the property. The house is surrounded by idyllic park-like grounds containing some very special trees, including two giant Redwoods. A short walk takes you into a more natural area of woodland in a ravine like setting through which the Ledwych brook runs. To compete this bucolic scene there is a wooden summerhouse with a deck which enjoys a lengthy river frontage. Overall this wondrous place boasts an abundance of wild flowers and grasses intertwined by gravelled and leafy paths enjoying dappled light through a canopy of cedars, spruce, firs and pines.

Ribwood Hall is an outstanding property providing a luxurious, relaxed and very private lifestyle, while still being only some three miles from Ludlow, with its gastronomic reputation, wonderful independent shops and thriving arts festivals.

A viewing cannot be recommended highly enough.

Services: Mains, water and drainage. Oil fired and under floor central heating.

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07 July 2015


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