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A superb ground floor period apartment situated within a former Rectory set within the popular village of Clungunford in the South Shropshire countryside. Benefitting from LPG gas central heating, a private garden with summerhouse, greenhouse, and log store along with surrounding communal gardens and woodland, off-street parking, and characterful and well-proportioned accommodation. No Upward Chain. EPC 'E'.
Follow the drive along to a communal parking area with hedgerow leading to the side of the Rectory. A large front door leads into a communal Entrance Porch with post boxes and door to a communal Reception Hall with decorative tiled floor, high ceilings, a period fireplace and staircase and to side the front door of No. 1 Rectory Court entering into the self-contained ground floor apartment. To the rear, French doors opening out to a communal pathway providing access to the designated gardens with No. 1 Rectory Court enjoying a large well stocked garden with flowing lawns.
Clungunford is a quiet village with a Village Hall and Parish Church. The area also benefits from a local community run village shop found nearby in Aston on Clun. Clungunford is situated in the Clun Valley amongst the Shropshire countryside some 2.5 miles from the popular village of Leintwardine which offers local amenities including a General Shop and Butchers. Craven Arms is found 3 miles to the East whilst the old market towns of Ludlow and Church Stretton are found by car within 20 minutes and offer a wider selection of local facilities. The county towns of Shrewsbury and Hereford are roughly an hour away and offer larger shopping and recreational conveniences.
Communal Entrance Porch
Communal Entrance Hall
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with carpeted flooring, BT point and radiator. Doors to:
with carpeted flooring, two radiators and windows to front and side.
with laminate flooring, WC, bath with shower over, wash basin, heated towel rail, window to side, wall-mounted boiler and Airing Cupboard with radiator.
with carpeted flooring, window to side and feature open fireplace.
with carpeted flooring, brick fireplace with stone hearth and timber surround housing Clearview woodburning stove, TV point, radiator, French doors to communal gardens and ceiling coving. Door to:
with vinyl flooring, fitted wall and base units with woodblock worksurface, tiled splashbacks, space for fridge, electric cooker and washing machine, sink and drainer, radiator, window to side and ceiling coving.
Stepping out of the French Doors to the rear elevation of The Rectory and crossing a communal pathway No 1 Rectory Court offers a large garden with truly well stocked floral and herbaceous borders having a flowing garden lawn with pathway and paved steps leading via a featured garden pond to a selection of old timer and felt potting sheds with access from the car park. Offering a good-sized garden plot with a complementary assortment of planting. Around the grounds of Rectory Court leads communal pathways and from the Entrance Drive access to a communal parking area whilst also having a driveway to a selection of garages. The Garage for No. 1 is a good size constructed of timber and felt having an up and over door and being nearby to a screened communal refuse and LPG area beneath the mature trees. The grounds are well-maintained having a selection of mature trees and flowing gardens with each of the apartments benefiting from their own allocated garden plots.
Share of Freehold - Lease Terms
Rectory Court (Clungunford) Management Company PLC. Lease of 999 years from 1980. Unexpired term of 958 years. We are informed that buyers acquire the existing leasehold interest and tenure and a share in the management company. Annual Service Charge of £960. Restrictive Covenants and Rights of Way: No caravans, No Sub-Letting and No Business to be run from premises. The garage is excluded from communal maintenance charges.
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