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An impressive country house with five/six bedrooms, generous living accommodation, a one bedroom cottage, 3.5 acres of grounds, all standing in an elevated position within the South Shropshire Hills, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, and with magnificent views over miles of open countryside towards the Clee Hills.
This substantial stone built southerly facing house, believed to of been built in 1890 with later additions, provides excellent well-appointed family accommodation. The property retains many period features and has been extensively improved and extended by the present owner creating an appealing and functional country home. The house provides flexible accommodation with ample living space and plenty of bedrooms some of which have en-suite facilities. The well-presented accommodation briefly comprises; hall, drawing room, kitchen breakfast room, dining room, sitting room, utility room, boot room, five/six bedrooms, three en-suites and a family bathroom.
Stable Cottage forms part of the property and is located on the opposite side of the yard/parking area. The cottage would be ideal for letting or extended family and has accommodation which includes a kitchen breakfast room, living room, shower room and a bedroom.
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The house is well positioned overlooking the majority of its gardens and grounds. There are more formal gardens immediately around the house comprising raised gravel and paved terraces, lawned areas and a selection of trees and shrubs. There are a range of outbuildings including two stables and a generous garage. There are a selection paddocks with one of the paddocks including a pond. The gardens and grounds extend to approximately 3.5 acres in all.This is an exciting opportunity to purchase a handsome country house with stunning far-reaching views as well as providing a cottage and grounds. An opportunity not to be missed.
Situated in the hamlet of Plaish about 7 miles east of Church Stretton, 13 miles south of Shrewsbury, 16 miles south east of Telford and 19 miles north of Ludlow. Church Stretton provides shops, restaurants, doctors surgery, dentists', church, railway station, golf course and schools as well as the popular Carding Mill Valley and Long Mynd. Shrewsbury has a more comprehensive range of services including a theatre, cinema and a wide range of restaurants. The historical market town of Ludlow has vibrant festivals, unique architecture, and independently owned local shops as well as having an array of amenities such as a railway station, supermarkets, shops, and medical facilities. The A49 trunk road gives access to Hereford to the south and the county town of Shrewsbury to the north. The surrounding countryside is perfect for scenic walks and bike rides, exciting equestrian pursuits, lush greens for golfers to enjoy, and Ludlow Race Course is ideal for racing enthusiasts.
Tiled floor, radiator.
Feature fireplace with wood burning stove, superb views of distant hills, radiators.
Kitchen Breakfast Room
A wide range of fitted units, granite work surfaces, underfloor heating, breakfast bar, central island with fitted electric hob with extractor over and fitted oven, built in double oven, built in dish washer, double Belfast style sink, tiled floor, double doors to rear.
Views of distant countryside, oak floor, underfloor heating, a selection of double doors to outside.
Space for American style fridge freezer, fitted shelving, tiled floor.
Feature fireplace with open fire, fitted cupboards, far reaching views towards the Clee Hills, radiators.
WC, wash basin, radiator, tiled floor.
A range of wall and base units, space and plumbing for washing machine, double sink and drainer, double cupboard, tiled floor, radiator.
Large boiler cupboard with central heating boiler and two large water tanks, door to wood store, tiled floor.
Built in cupboard,
Magnificent far reaching views, radiator, walk in wardrobe, radiator.
WC, wash basin, roll top bath, shower cubicle with wall mounted shower, bidet, built in double storage cupboard, heated towel rails, loft access.
Fantastic far reaching views towards the Clee Hills, radiator.
WC, wash basin, shower cubicle with wall mounted shower, heated towel rail, tiled floor, far reaching views.
Views over the courtyard towards distant hills, radiator.
WC, wash basin, shower cubicle with wall mounted shower, heated towel rail, built in cupboard.
Stunning far reaching views towards the Clee Hills, a range of built in wardrobes, wash basin, radiator.
WC, wash basin, jacuzzi style bath, shower cubicle with wall mounted shower, heated towel rail.
Power and lighting.
The Cottage Kitchen Breakfast Room
A range of wall and base units, space and plumbing for washing machine, sink and drainer, built in electric hob with oven below, breakfast bar, built in fridge freezer, Worcester boiler, exposed stonework, loft access, tiled floor.
The Cottage Living Room
Feature fireplace with wood burning stove, laminate floor, radiator, views of distant countryside, double doors to front.
The Cottage Shower Room
WC, wash basin, shower cubicle with wall mounted shower, heated towel rail, extractor fan, tiled floor.
The Cottage Landing
Double eves cupboard.
The Cottage Bedroom
Laminate floor, radiator, eves storage cupboards.
Approached via a sweeping driveway leading to parking and turning space adjacent to the house. The grounds surround the house and are divided into a number of paddocks and there are formal gardens with large lawns, well-stocked beds and a patio terrace ideal for alfresco dining. A courtyard area provides access to the cottage, garage and stables as well as offering further parking space. The whole site amounts to approximately 3.5 acres in all.
Space for numerous vehicles, tiled floor, lighting, opening to store room with base unit including sink and drainer above.
Two timber stables with concrete floor and metal roof.
Stone built and additional timber log situated next to the garage.
Timber Summer House
Located towards the bottom of the garden.
Services: Mains water and electricity. Private drainage.Heating: Oil fired. Underfloor heating to the kitchen breakfast room and dining room.Tenure: Freehold.Council Tax: Band F.EPC Rating: E & E.Note: Please note a public footpath leads onto the property and to the house from the south. The OS map shows the path doesn't go beyond the house, please see OS maps on the brochure for clarification.Directions: Using the app what3words type in: attic.advice.meritAlternatively, from Plaish centre proceed north for 0.5 miles and turn left onto a driveway. Follow this drive for 0.3 miles and the entrance to the property will be on the left.Referral Fees: Fine & Country/McCartneys sometimes refers vendors and purchasers to providers of conveyancing, survey and removal services. We may receive fees from them as declared in our Referral Fees Disclosure Form.
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