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Churchway, Church Stretton, Shropshire, SY6
Offers in the region of £675,000 | 4 bedrooms

Main Description
The original part of this charming home is believed to date back to 1692, and it is understood the house had a rear extension in the mid 1800's. The first reference to The Park (Park House) appears in a manor court record of 1735 when William Lutwyche of Lutwyche Hall acquired a large amount of property in Church Stretton. In 1861, by which time it was known as Park House, it had become a girls' boarding school and by 1885 the house was occupied by A E Demetre de Stourdza Zrinyi who was an Austrian army officer, tradition has it that he was exiled from Austria for taking part in a dual and came to England where he eventually became naturalised. The property provides a wealth of history and has been well cared for and enjoyed by the current owners during their occupation, having not been on the open market for almost a quarter of a century. The house provides well-presented, character accommodation which briefly comprises; porch, sitting room, living room, kitchen, rear hall, cloakroom, cellar, four bedrooms (master bedroom with en-suite) and a family bathroom. The house is complemented by particularly attractive walled gardens, which have been thoughtfully planned and maintained by the current owners creating a marvellous space to enjoy the outside including lawns, well-stocked beds, paved areas ideal for al fresco dining and a vegetable garden. There are a range of useful timber outbuildings including a summer house and garden store as well as the detached single garage with an electrically operated door. Properties like this don't come to the market often and buyers are encouraged to act quickly to avoid disappointment.

Situated close to the heart of Church Stretton and within a short walk of a wide selection of amenities. The property provides easy access to shops, restaurants, doctors surgery, dentists', church, train station, golf course and schools as well as the popular Carding Mill Valley and Long Mynd. The popular market town of Ludlow is approximately 17 miles to the south whilst the county town of Shrewsbury is approximately 14 miles to the north providing access to the A5 trunk road which leads to the M54 and motorway network. Church Stretton train station provides direct links to Cardiff and Manchester.

Tiled floor.

Sitting Room
Feature fireplace with multi-fuel stove, parquet floor, exposed timbers, radiator.

Dining Room
French doors to garden, radiator.

Living Room
Feature fireplace with gas fire, parquet floor, radiators.

A range of wall and base units, sink and drainer, fitted Aga with extractor over, built in dish washer, built in fridge, fitted gas hob, exposed timbers, tiled floor, radiator.

Rear Hall
Tiled floor, radiator.

WC, wash basin, radiator, tiled floor.

Exposed timbers, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for chest freezer, fitted shelving.

Exposed timbers, radiator.

Master Bedroom
Built in wardrobes, radiator.

WC, wash basin, bidet, bath with wall mounted shower over, radiators.

Bedroom Two
Built in wardrobe, wash basin, radiator.

Bedroom Three
Exposed timbers, wash basin, radiator.

Bedroom Four
Loft access, radiator.

WC, wash basin, bath with shower over, exposed timber, radiator, airing cupboard with water cylinder.

Detached Garage
Electrically operated up and over door, power, lighting, space for chest freezer, tiled floor.

The detached garage is approached from the road, next to the church, and a gate to the right of the garage opens into the walled garden. A paved pathway leads to the entrance door with lawn and well-stocked beds to either side. The garden is a real feature of this property having been carefully planned by the current owners to create a superb space to enjoy the outside. Lawns are bordered by well stocked beds and there are a selection of mature trees as well as paved areas ideal for al fresco dining. Towards the end of the garden includes a selection of timber outbuildings including a summer house and garden store. A small vegetable garden is situated next to the timber outbuildings and a gateway at the end of the garden opens onto a single parking space.

Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity.

Gas fired.

Council Tax
Band F.

From the A49 proceed into Church Stretton town centre on the B4371. Follow this road to the T-junction and turn left. Take your first right onto Churchway and proceed to the end and the property is located on the right.

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