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Llanfair Waterdine, Knighton, Shropshire, LD7
Offers over £700,000 | 4 bedrooms | 1.3 acres

A stunning three storey converted mill situated in a marvellous location next to the river Teme on the England/Wales border, including fishing rights and approximately 1.3 acres of grounds. This impressive country home has been thoughtfully restored by the current owners having not been on the open market for over 30 years and it provides potential for further development if this is what a buyer desires. The character accommodation includes an abundance of charming and bespoke features which really do make this a truly individual property. The accommodation has great flexibility with how it can be used currently providing on the ground floor porch, sitting room, breakfast room, side hall, shower room, the first floor has a kitchen, living room/bedroom, bathroom and a bedroom with two further bedrooms being on the second floor. There is the opportunity to further restore one end of the building to include the mill stones which is something our client had always hoped to do. In addition to the main house are a range of outbuildings which include a large timber clad outbuilding currently used for storage, a games room and potting shed and our clients advise there is planning permission in place for half of this building to be converted into residential annexe accommodation. Further outbuildings include a stone barn, an open fronted garage and a four bay open fronted barn. The whole site extends to about 1.3 acres in all which includes ample parking space, formal garden, vegetable garden and a small paddock suitable for grazing. A particular feature of this property is the stunning setting the property is situated in, adjoining the river Teme, with about 250 yards of river bank with fishing rights, and having marvellous views over the surrounding countryside. The property is about seven miles from the source of the river Teme. Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this property.

Situated in an enviable position next to the river Teme and the Shropshire Hills which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The property, with no immediate neighbours, is located in the parish of Llanfair Waterdine as it is situated just inside Shropshire. The market town of Knighton is about 7 miles to the south east and Newtown is approximately 15 miles to the north west with each town providing a comprehensive range of amenities. The historical town of Ludlow is about 25 miles east.


Flagstone floor.

Exposed timbers, flagstone floor, under stair cupboard, storage heater.

Sitting Room
Exposed timbers, flagstone floor, access to terrace, river view, storage heaters.

Dining Kitchen
Belfast style sink, electric Aga with dual hot plate and induction hob, space for dish washer, flagstone floor, exposed timbers.

Side Hall
Flagstone floor, storage heater.

Shower Room
WC, wash basin, shower cubicle with wall mounted shower, flagstone floor.

Exposed timbers, study area.

Breakfast Kitchen
Wall units, breakfast bar, Rayburn, double sink, exposed timbers, tiled floor, space for dishwasher, space for fridge.

Living Room
Feature fireplace with wood burning stove, exposed timbers, storage heater.

Wash basin, bath with shower attachment, storage heater, separate WC with wash basin.

Bedroom Three
Vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, built in hanging space.

Second Floor Landing
Exposed timbers, loft access.

Bedroom One
Exposed timbers, built in hanging space, roll top bath,storage heater.

Bedroom Two
Exposed timbers, roll top bath, loft access, built in cupboard.

WC and wash basin.

The property is approached from the lane through a wooden gate onto a gravel driveway which provides ample parking and turning space. The grounds extend to about 1.3 acres in all and include lawn, vegetable garden, mill pond and a small paddock with orchard. The grounds adjoin the river Teme and have approximately 250 yards of river bank with fishing rights and there are marvellous views over the surrounding countryside. The riverbank is an SSSI (Site of special scientific interest) which is a one meter strip that extends for the full length of the river boundary within the property boundary.

Large Timber Clad Outbuilding with roof mounted PV panels:
A long building divided into multiple rooms including utility control room, garden room, games/music room, workshop and office, all with power and lighting. Part of this building has planning permission in place for conversion into a one bedroom annexe.

Stone Barn
Including storage space and WC.

Detached Open Fronted Garage
Built of stone under a slate roof, adjoining the lane.

Four Bay Open Fronted Barn
One bay each for a trailer and a small car and two wood store bays.

PV Panels
Our clients have advised 22 PV Panels were installed at the property in 2010. Our clients own the panels and receive FIT payments quarterly. The property owners can use the electricity that is generated at no cost. The contract has 13 years remaining and new owners would take over this benefit.

Public Footpath
Please note a public footpath crosses across the edge of the grounds. Our clients have advised this fell into disuse approximately 50 years ago when the road bridge was built close by.

Please be aware the restoration of the building was subject to certain planning requirements set by the local authority which will be passed on to the new owner.

Agents Note
Please note the ground flagstone floor has been flooded in exceptional circumstances. Our clients have recently installed an additional sump pump to protect the property.

Council Tax
Band C



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