3 bedroom cottage for saleClunton, Shropshire
- Period detached cottage
- Three double bedrooms
- Original character features
- South facing garden
- Driveway parking & garage
- Village location
A charming detached period cottage with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, large south facing enclosed garden and private driveway parking located in an idyllic setting in the south Shropshire village of Clunton. Offering light and spacious accommodation and boasting a wealth of original character features. SOLD WITH NO ONWARD CHAIN.
Introduction - A wonderful country retreat which just gets better as you step inside and are greeted with the most charming period cottage with an abundance of original character features. Located in an idyllic position between the villages of Clun and Craven Arms in the South Shropshire hills and just a short drive from Bishops Castle, Knighton and Ludlow with their wide range of amenities and excellent schools. This property provides spacious and cosy accommodation and in brief comprises: living room with a wood burning stove, dining room with a Rayburn, a fitted kitchen, study, and a shower room on the ground floor and upstairs is the main bedroom with ensuite shower room, a further two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Also benefitting from a beautiful south facing rear garden, garage / workshop, ample parking to the rear and oil fired heating.
Property Description - The property is approached at the front along a pathway from the driveway to the main front door with an attractive timbered porch which leads into the large living room with ceiling beams, slate tiled floors, dual aspect windows and French doors to the rear garden. This is an exceptionally light room which fills with sunlight during the summer months and is warmed during the winter by a Clearview wood burner set into an attractive stone built fireplace. Brace and latch doors from here provide access to both the study with a window to the side and door to the rear and also to the inner hallway. From here is the delightful dining room with impressive beamed timbers, two windows to the front and one to the rear showering the room with an abundance of light, slate tiled flooring, large storage cupboard, a Rayburn set into a feature stone built fireplace, and a large shower room with two piece white suite, shower cubicle and tiled flooring. Just off the dining room is the modern style kitchen with attractive tiled flooring, wall and base units,1.5 bowl sink with large window over which faces to the rear, integrated electric oven and gas hob with extractor fan over, fridge/freezer, washing machine and space for a dishwasher.
Taking the stairs provides access off the landing to the light and spacious main bedroom with dual aspect windows and useful storage cupboard and an ensuite shower room with a white two piece suite and window to the rear. Bedroom two is a lovely double with dual aspect windows and built in storage cupboards, and bedroom three is a double with window to the rear. The bathroom which can be entered from either the landing or bedroom three has a three piece white suite and window to the rear.
Gardens And Parking - To the front of the property is a low brick wall surrounding an area of low maintenance gravel which leads to the main front door. To the side of the house is a grassed driveway which continues through a gated entrance to the garden. At the rear is a gravelled drive to the single garage/workshop and rear garden.
The well maintained and enclosed large rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn with trees, shrubs and an array of seasonal flowering plants providing colour to the garden throughout the year. An attached veranda offers the ideal spot for outside entertaining together with a sunny patio area where French doors lead into the living room. A stone slab pathway leads down through the garden to the garage and driveway.
Location - Clunton is a village in south Shropshire, England, and lies between Clun and Craven Arms. It is part of the civil parish of Clunbury, the nearest railway station is Hoptonheath and in the centre of the village there is a traditional country pub owned by a group of locals and St Mary's church. To the south of the village is Clunton Coppice, a surviving piece of sessile oak woodland, owned by Shropshire WildlifeTrust. In A Shropshire Lad, A.E. Housman wrote the verse: 'Clunton and Clunbury,Clungunford and Clun, Are the quietest places Under the sun'.
Clunton is surrounded by several other small villages and further afield is Bishops Castle 8 miles, Knighton 9.7 miles and Ludlow 16 miles which all offer a wider variety of services including health care, supermarkets and schooling.
Services - Mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Private drainage. Oil heating.
Shropshire Council Tax Band D.
Directions - From Ludlow take the A49 north, as you enter Craven Arms turn left at the mini roundabout on the B4368 towards Clun. Stay on this road until you reach the village of Clunton where the property is located on your left as indicated by our for sale board.
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