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Bache Cottage, Bache, Craven Arms, Shropshire

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Added on 10/10/2020
Nock Deighton, Ludlow

Key features

  • Stunning rural location
  • Character features
  • Main house with 4 bedrooms (Potential for 5 Beds)
  • 2 ensuites
  • 1 & 3 bedroomed annexes
  • Fishery
  • Cider mill ideal for conversion (STPP)
  • Traditional stone & timber barn; with full planning permission for conversion into a 3-bedroom detached dwelling.

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

Bache Cottage is a superior unique property set in a stunning rural location in the South Shropshire countryside. The property has not come to the market in recent years, highlighting this wonderful one-off opportunity.

Bache is a small hamlet nestled into the South Shropshire Countryside just a short distance from the local market towns of Ludlow and Craven Arms. Ludlow lies to the east, within easy reach, with a selection of independent and state schools, high street shopping, bars and restaurants and an abundance of culture including food festivals and the internationally acclaimed Ludlow Food Festival. In addition to the festivals and fetes, there is an abundance of golf courses, National Hunt racing and a range of well-known restaurants.

To the north and south lie the county towns of Shrewsbury and Hereford. Travel links within the area are good with the A49 linking Hereford to the south and Shrewsbury to the north connecting to the A5 / M54 to Telford, Wolverhampton and Birmingham. Ludlow is on the main Manchester to Cardiff railway line. Regional International airports are at Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham.

The property is approached off a single track lane down a long single track driveway onto a large gravelled parking area with space for numerous vehicles. You are welcomed into the property via the entrance door into a room currently used as an office. A door leads off to a ground floor bathroom with shower, WC and hand basin with a further door leading into a living area with character beams and large feature fireplace with log burner in situ. This section of the property could be utilised as secondary accommodation if required. A staircase is located here rising up to the first floor. A door leads from living room into the kitchen which comprises of wall and floor units, tile flooring and Rayburn which is currently not being used, but could be easily re-installed/connected. The property flows nicely from here into an area currently used as a dining room with large bay window, double French patio doors and space for dining table. A door leads off into another living room with overhead beams, large window and fireplace with log burner in situ.

Stairs rise from the dining room up to the first floor comprising of 4 bedrooms, 1 coming with en-suite shower rooms and a separate family bathroom which is well appointed with bath with shower over, WC and hand basin. There is potential for a fifth bedroom with en-suite on the ground floor.

Outside the property benefits from a range of outbuildings including an attached one bed annex, a 3 bed detached annex, a traditional timber barn, a substantial cider mill and a large timber and stone barn.

1 bed annex; attached to the main residence but benefitting from independent access and comprising of kitchen/ living area, bedroom with space for 2 single beds plus a bathroom with shower, WC and hand basin.

3 bed detached annex; A recently completed 2-storey barn conversion comprising of contemporary character accommodation of living room, kitchen, ground floor double bedroom with en-suite shower room and 2 double bedrooms and family bathroom on the first floor.

Traditional stone & timber barn; with full planning permission for conversion into a 3 bedroom detached dwelling.

A timber & stone cider mill; ideal for conversion (STPP) with views overlooking the fishing pool.

A separate large timber & stone barn; with potential for conversion (STPP). The current owners have improved the barns by laying concrete bases throughout and installing breeze block interior walls, currently providing dry storage.

The Fishery:

Bache Cottage currently offers superb fishing for Carp, Perch and Roach. This exclusive fishery currently occupies a maximum of 6 anglers at one time providing a private, quality fishing experience and generating a steady annual income. The sale includes fish stocks within the lake. Nock Deighton are not liable for the quality or quantity of the fish stocks.

The garden areas provide a variety of shrubs, fruit trees and areas laid to lawn. The current owners have landscaped the gardens creating a number of low maintenance flower beds and patio areas, perfect for al fresco dining.

From Ludlow travel North on the A49 towards Craven Arms. Turn right towards Culmington and past Ludlow Racecourse. After a few miles turn left onto a single track lane towards Bache. After approximately 1 mile take a left onto another single track driveway, through a 5 bar gate with a green postbox. The property is located at the end of this track.



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Bache Cottage, Bache, Craven Arms, Shropshire


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Craven Arms Station2.4 miles
  • Broome Station4.4 miles
  • Ludlow Station5.1 miles
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Nock Deighton, Ludlow

12 Bull Ring Ludlow SY8 1AD

Nock Deighton, Ludlow

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