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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Aston Hall, Aston-On-Clun, Nr. Craven Arms, Shropshire

Sold STC £250,000

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Tenure: Freehold

This delightful semi-detached cottage is part of the prestigious Aston Hall estate in Aston-on-Clun. Having three bedrooms, two bathrooms, three lovely reception rooms including a large lounge, a dining room with wood burning stove and a conservatory sun room, plus a kitchen breakfast room and cloakroom all modernised and presented to a high standard. Having off road parking and low maintenance paved and gravelled gardens whilst being just a short walk away from the local village shop and public house, this property is ideal for those looking to settle in a quiet rural village community. EPC C.

Outside and Gardens 
Rickenderly has very pleasant and low maintenance gardens to the front elevation. The gardens have established and screening borders including featured stone boundary walls, with well-kept brick paviour and gravel flowerbeds, a paved seating area and a selection of well-maintained shrubs and potted plants. There is off road parking for one vehicle at the front of the cottage.

Surrounding Area 
Aston on Clun is a friendly village community which enjoys beautiful countryside as part of the Clun Valley a few miles west of the market town of Craven Arms and as part of the South Shropshire AONB. The village is most popular for the famous Arbor Tree at its centre, decorated with ceremonial flags following the annual Arbor Day festival. The village benefits from a local Garage, a local community run Village Shop, a Village Hall and the popular Kangaroo Country Inn. The village is well connected to the surrounding towns and country hamlets having Broome and a small railway station on the Heart of Wales line found just a short distance away. The larger centre of Craven Arms is just 3 miles to the east offering local amenities such as a Supermarket, a Doctors Surgery, a Primary School and local transport facilities which include a main line rail network between Manchester and Cardiff as well as local bus services. The popular tourist towns of Ludlow and Church Stretton ar (truncated)

General 
Rickenderly is a freehold property which is connected to mains water and mains drainage, mains electricity and offers private oil fired central heating. The property has a share in the maintenance of the gravelled driveways (one eighteenth) leading around the Hall. We are informed that telephone and broadband connections are available. Council Tax Band: C. Local Authority: Shropshire Council, Shirehall, Shrewsbury Tel: 0345 678 9000.

Agents Note 
Rickenderly is a charming character cottage that has been tastefully modernised by the current owner. The cottage stands within the original grounds of the historical manor house known as Aston Hall which now comprises a selection of executive apartments. There are a handful of neighbouring properties and the cottage adjoins a dwelling at the rear elevation and as such no outside space is found to the rear. The courtyard of this neighbouring property abuts the rear elevation of the cottage and beyond there are lovely views to the west over the beautiful Clun Valley countryside.

Master Bedroom 
The Master Bedroom is a spacious double bedroom with a neutral décor and benefits from double aspect windows with Velux to front and a large window to the rear elevation enjoying the views of the beautiful rolling countryside. The bedroom has fitted carpets, built-in wardrobes and drawers, a radiator and power points, a loft access, ceiling spotlights, TV and telephone points.

Ensuite 
A door leads to a private Ensuite Shower Room having a modern shower cubicle with rainfall showerhead and also a WC, and wash hand basin with cupboard. The Ensuite fully tiled walls and a tiled floor, a Velux skylight to the front elevation, ceiling spotlights and a heated towel rail.

Bedroom 2 
The second bedroom offers a carpeted single room having a window to the front elevation, featured ceiling beams, a panelled radiator and a door to an enclosed wardrobe with clothes rail, a TV and a telephone point.

Bedroom 3 
The third bedroom is currently used as a home office or study and offers a second single bedroom with telephone and TV points. The room has a featured beam and roof eaves (restricted head height) which provides a large Velux skylight offering pleasant views to the countryside behind the cottage.

Bathroom 
The Family Bathroom offering a white suite comprising a panelled bath unit with power shower over, a WC and pedestal wash hand basin. The floor and walls are fully tiled with a roof eaves (restricted head height) and a Velux skylight whilst offering an enclosed eaves cupboard.

Conservatory 
The Conservatory is of UPVC and attaches to the side elevation having a tiled floor, power points and a lovely character featured stone wall. French patio doors lead out to a brick paved patio seating area.

Staircase 
A carpeted staircase ascends to the first floor landing with radiator and Velux skylight and access to loft space.

Approach 
Entering through folding wrought iron gates to the front gardens and parking driveway a path leads to a flagstone Storm Porch with access to the front door entering a carpeted reception hall with access to the Lounge and also to the downstairs Cloakroom.

Cloakroom 
The Cloakroom offers a contemporary suite having a heated towel rail, tiled floor and ceiling spotlights. A door to left leads through to the Lounge.

Lounge 
The Lounge is a spacious reception room with a featured fireplace having an inset electric fire. The room enjoys double aspect windows to front and rear elevations and a featured vertical structural beam whilst having fitted carpets, two radiators, a TV and telephone point and a convenient enclosed broom cupboard.

Dining Room 
From the Hall a passage leads into the Dining Room which is centred around a featured chimney breast with stone hearth and inset wood burning stove. The room has a window to the front elevation and to side, a carpeted open staircase which ascends to the first floor. Fitted wooden flooring flows through sliding shutter doors to the Kitchen.

Kitchen Breakfast Room 
The Kitchen Breakfast Room offers a range of cupboards with work surfaces and an integrated sink unit, an integrated oven, space for a slim dishwasher and a fridge. There is a large enclosed cupboard housing the oil fired central heating boiler and offering plumbing and space for a washing machine with slatted shelves above. Double doors lead through to the Conservatory Sun Room.

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