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High Street, Leintwardine, Craven Arms, Shropshire








1,665 sq ft

155 sq m

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Key features

  • Period cottage with 1/3 acre garden and outbuildings
  • Excellent position in Leintwardine
  • 4 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
  • Sitting room with firepalce
  • Dining room and study
  • Kitchen and utility
  • A large cellar


The Rise is a charming, detached cottage that offers four bedrooms and plenty of character. It has been a much loved family home by the current vendor for over 25 years. It would benefit from some sensitive modernising, which would enhance the character, and traditional features of the property. Subject to necessary consents, there is space around the house to extend into. The Rise sits in a generous plot in the heart of Leintwardine enjoying a large, beautiful garden with various sheds and outbuildings, one of which has heating, and has off street parking for up to three cars.
The ground floor has three reception rooms, including the comfortable sitting room with its dual aspect and fireplace with green tiled surround. There is also a dining room of the same proportions as the sitting room, also with a fireplace, while the useful study provides an ideal space for home working. At the rear, the kitchen has painted wooden units, wooden worktops and an Aga, while the utility room has further space for appliances and storage, along with a very large and useable cellar/pantry/larder.
Upstairs, two of the four bedrooms have built in storage, with the smallest bedroom being ideal for use as a nursery or dressing room. The first floor also has a family bathroom, while an additional shower room is located on the groundlevel.

Local Authority: Shropshire Council
Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage.
Electric storage heaters. Electric Aga which heats the water.
Council Tax: Band F
Fixtures and Fittings: Only items known as fixtures and fittings will be included in the sale. Other items may be available by separate negotiation.
Tenure: Freehold
Guide Price: £525,000

The cottage is set back from the road in the centre of the village and surrounded by an attractive garden. It includes well-maintained areas of lawn, established hedgerows and colourful border flowerbeds, as well as a peaceful shaded area towards the rear. There is also a storage shed and a greenhouse.

The property is in the heart of the village of Leintwardine, to the west of the historic market town of Ludlow. The village has several everyday amenities, including a medical centre, a petrol station and local store, a primary school, a tearoom, a pop-up bakery, excellent fish and chip shop, and two pubs - The Lion enjoys a superb spot on the banks of the River Teme.
Further facilities can be found in the charming Welsh town of Knighton to the west. The town offers a selection of shops, independent retailers, a post office, a community hospital and supermarkets, plus a number of pubs, plenty of period buildings and an array of cafés and restaurants. Ludlow has wonderful architecture and a rich history, and the town boasts good shopping options in its characterful town centre. Notable schools in the area include Moor Park and Lucton School. There are convenient road connections to the motorway network via the A49.


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High Street, Leintwardine, Craven Arms, Shropshire


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  • Hoptonheath Station2.6 miles
  • Bucknell Station3.0 miles
  • Broome Station4.3 miles
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Strutt & Parker, Ludlow

26 Bull Ring, Ludlow, Shropshire, SY8 1AA

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