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Gravel Hill, Ludlow, SY8
Guide price £600,000 | 4 bedrooms

A spacious detached home in beautiful landscaped gardens with a garage block of three garages which previously had planning consent to part convert to a one bedroom dwelling. This consent has now lapsed.

The property offers over 2700 sq ft of accommomdation on three floors. Well proportioned and with gas central heating, cavity wall insulation and double glazing it is now available with no upward chain.

In need of some updating the layout offers great flexibility and viewing is highly recommended.

Entrance Porch
With windows to front and single glazed paned door opening to

Reception Hall
With stairs rising to the first floor and useful storage cupboard beneath, cloaks cupboard and doors opening to

Ground Floor Bathroom
Appointed with a suite of bath with shower over and fitted screen, wash basin and wc. Secondary glazed window to side.

Dining Room
5.26m x 4.72m (17'3" x 15'6")
With double glazed window to front.

Sitting Room
7.59m x 4.72m (24'11" x 15'6")
A light and airy room with double glazed sliding patio doors to the side enjoying fabulous views. These previously opened to a balcony which has been removed. See Agents Note below. Double glazed window to rear with views over the rear gardens and to countryside beyond. Wooden fire surround on tiled hearth.

Breakfast Kitchen
5.69m x 4.85m (18'8" x 15'11")
Appointed with a range of wall and base units with inset sink unit, space for appliances and plumbing for dishwasher. Breakfast bar, part tiled walls, window and door to side covered verandah and door to Reception Hall. Off the Kitchen is a large walk in Pantry with fitted shelving and window to side. A further door opens to

Utility Room
3.30m x 2.77m (10'10" x 9'1")
With Belfast sink, plumbing for washing machine and space for further appliances. Window to side and airing cupboard off. A door and stairs lead down to

Lower Ground Floor


Office/Games Room/Reception Room
7.09m x 4.55m (23'3" x 14'11")
With window to side and double glazed sliding patio doors opening to rear gardens. A door opens to

Basement Storage
9.53m x 5.23m (31'3" x 17'2")
Restricted head height. Providing useful storage area. The gas fired central heating boiler is located here.

First Floor Landing
With double glazed window to front, access to roof space, large walk in linen cupboard off and further storage cupboard.

Bedroom One
4.90m x 4.29m (16'1" x 14'1")
With double glazed windows to rear enjoying lovely views. Two built in wardrobes and further cupboard with built in drawers.

Bedroom Two
5.77m x 2.77m (18'11" x 9'1")
With double glazed window to rear enjoying super views.

Bedroom Three
4.67m (max) x 3.12m
With double glazed window to front.

Bedroom Four
3.71m x 2.36m (12'2" x 7'9")
With velux window.

Bathroom
Appointed with a suite of bath, wash basin and wc. Separate shower cubicle and double glazed window to front.

Outside
The property occupies a generous plot and is a gardeners delight with a wide variety of mature shrubs and plants providing year round colour and interest. A wide paved path leads down the side and to the rear where there is a gravelled and paved terrace and a wildlife pool with wildflower garden. Steps lead up to an elevated seating area, the perfect spot to enoy the views. Another path leads around to a covered side verandah with outside wc.

Garages
A block of three single garages, one with an automatic door. This has access to the large roof space above with fitted ladder. Planning permission was granted on the 5th June 2015 for part conversion of the garage into a one bedroom annexe. Plans are available from the agent. This permission has now lapsed.

Agents Note
In 2005 there was a successful insurance claim for subsidence caused and exacerbated by leakage from the adjacent drainage system. Mitigation action was taken to repair the defective drainage and repairing cracking internally and externally.In 2009 diagonal cracking was noted to the rear left hand corner of the building which occurred since the previous subsidence repairs were completed in 2005. In 2009 the property was underpinned with four Shire pile stabilisers and we have a certificate of structural adequacy for this together with building regulations.In 2019 the vendor noted further cracking and a report (available from the agent) states that the balcony was built on made ground. They surmised that the balcony's inadequate foundations were causing a pulling effect on the left hand corner of the building and the insurance claim was declined. There was no evidence in 2019 to suggest any subsidence movement of the main house. In 2021 the balcony was removed.

 

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