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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Dog Kennel Lane, Bucknell, Shropshire

Sold STC £400,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 2 Storey village bungalow
  • Light and spacious
  • Five bedrooms
  • Delightful extensive gardens
  • Conservatory and garage
  • Superb location and views

Full description

An idyllically situated five bedroom, two storey bungalow located in a popular south Shropshire village with the most beautiful gardens both to the front and rear of just under an acre. The property provides light, spacious and versatile accommodation and benefits from oil fired heating, double glazing and driveway parking.

Introduction - A wonderfully positioned two storey bungalow set within grounds which can only be described as a 'gardener's paradise' located in a popular south Shropshire village and with outstanding views of the surrounding countryside. This property provides light and spacious accommodation and in brief comprises: large entrance hallway, living room, dining room, kitchen, utility room, two bedrooms; one with ensuite, family bathroom, downstairs cloakroom and conservatory on the ground floor and three further bedrooms, bathroom and large hobby room on the first floor and outside a double garage, driveway and parking. Benefitting from oil fired heating and double glazing throughout.

Ground Floor - The property is approached via a gravel driveway which sweeps up through the front gardens to the front of the property and to the double garage. A porch with an attractive arched window to the front leads into the spacious entrance hallway which has doors leading off to the generous and light living room with a feature stone built fireplace with wood burner and shelving and a large window to the front overlooking the garden and an open hatch and glass panel through into the dining room. The kitchen has a feature oil fired Aga, matching wooden wall and base units including a series of floor to ceiling cupboards providing an abundance of storage, a cream double sink with a window looking over the rear garden, built in dishwasher, space for a table and chairs and glazed double doors set within an archway lead into the dining room. Access to the good sized conservatory, which has French doors onto a patio area ideal for eating 'al fresco', is provided either from the kitchen or through sliding patio doors from the dining room. Also off the main entrance hallway is a useful storage cupboard, a bedroom with window to the front, a bedroom with ensuite shower room and extensive built in floor to ceiling wardrobes, a bathroom with a white three piece suite including a sink set into a vanity unit which stretches along one wall, a large shower cubicle and a window out to the rear. Next to the bathroom is a generously sized utility room with matching wall and base units and plumbing for washing machine. A further door from here takes you into a covered side porch with a single arch facing the front of the property and a double arch leading out to the rear garden.

First Floor - The upper level is approached via a wooden staircase off the hallway giving access to three further bedrooms, a bathroom with a light coloured three piece suite and a heated towel rail, a sizeable hobby room which is currently used as a games room but equally could provide for a home office or occasional bedroom space. Each of these rooms have large velux windows which have been fitted with pull down blinds which provide considerable light into the rooms. The largest bedroom also has useful storage cupboards fitted into the eaves and the other rooms also have attractive wooden beams.

Gardens - The extensive, beautifully landscaped gardens amounting to just under one acre and surrounded by countryside views are the highlight of this property and are a wonderful testament to the hard work and skill of the current owner. The gardens to the front consist of well manicured lawns edged with pretty shrubs and trees. In the rear garden there is a patio, extensive lawns, a raised stone rockery full of established shrubs and plants, a fish pond, an orchard with fruit trees, a vegetable plot, a wood store, a greenhouse and a large wooden workshop with both light and power.

Garage And Parking - The driveway to the front of the property sweeps up to the double garage with an electric up and over door, light and power, a double door at the rear which leads into the garden and a window overlooking the side porch. There is also space for parking and a turning area in front of the garage.

Location - Bucknell is a popular village tucked away on the edge of Shropshire in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village is well serviced with a butcher, village shop, petrol forecourt, two public houses and a train station with rail links to Shrewsbury and Swansea on the Heart of Wales line. Nearby is the village of Leintwardine with further amenities including a doctors surgery, two public houses, a convenience store and petrol station and a butchers, further afield are the towns of Ludlow at 10 miles distance and Knighton 5.5 miles away and both offer a wider variety of services including health care, independent traders, supermarkets and schooling.

Services - The property has double glazing, oil fired heating, mains electricity, mains water and mains drainage.

Shropshire County Council Tax Band F.

Directions - Upon entering Bucknell go over the level crossing and take the left hand turn into the village, continue past the church then take the right hand turn onto Dog Kennel Lane, where the property can be found on the left almost half way along the lane.

THE PROPERTY MISDESCRIPTIONS ACT 1991 We endeavour to ensure that the details contained in our brochure are correct through making detailed enquiries of the owner but they are not guaranteed. The agents have not tested any appliance, equipment, fixture, fitting or service and have not seen the title deeds to confirm tenure. All measurements are quoted to the nearest 1/10 metre. All liability in negligence of otherwise for any loss arising from the use of these particulars is hereby excluded.
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30 June 2016


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