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Orleton, Ludlow, Shropshire, SY8
Guide price £800,000 | 4 bedrooms

A substantial Character Home in one of Herefordshire's most sought after villages.The pretty village of Orleton is just 5.5 miles south of historic Ludlow. With a thriving community Orleton is one of the area's most popular villages with two local pubs to include the highly rated and community owned Boot Inn. There is a village shop with post office, a doctor's surgery, village hall and local church. There is a primary school with nursery and Orleton falls within the catchment area for the highly regarded Wigmore secondary school. There are also two well respected private schools within 5 miles.Brick Corner House is a Grade II Listed three storey detached character home, set on a generous plot of approximately 1/4 of an acre in the heart of the village.

The main part of the house was built in 1728 and is an imposing brick and timber framed home of enormous character. Major renovations took place in the 1980's, followed by the addition of the kitchen in the early 90's.The oak frame lounge and atrium were added in 2002. The property has been tastefully decorated throughout with care taken to preserve the original features to include exposed timbers, an inglenook fireplace, internal oak doors, floors and staircase. Extensive work was also carried out to the roof, exterior walls and windows. Set in beautiful gardens which have been lovingly planted and landscaped with the addition of a Summerhouse/Studio and greenhouse offering privacy and seclusion.

Ground FloorA central glazed Atrium Hallway links the Kitchen to the Lounge. The oak framed lounge is a stunning room with a vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers, double glazed windows, tiled floor and double doors leading to the garden. The large fireplace with wood burning stove is the focal point of the room. The kitchen has a quarry tiled floor and appointed with a range of base units with co-ordinating work surfaces and a matching central island unit. With inset sink, integrated dishwasher, Rangemaster Range Cooker with space for a full height fridge freezer. An external door leads out on to the parking area.Off the Kitchen an Inner Hall with quarry tiled floor opens to the Utility Room. With quarry tiled floor, window to rear, built in cupboards, Belfast sink, wooden work surfaces and cloaks hanging space. Off here is a Cloakroom with quarry tiled floor and window to rear.Also off The Inner Hall is a Study with secondary glazed paned windows to front and side and a fitted oak corner cupboard.The Dining Room has a lovely Inglenook fireplace with oak lintel and fitted wood burning stove on a stone hearth. With ample space for table and chairs it has a wooden floor, secondary glazed paned windows to the front and side and secondary glazed double doors to the front Courtyard. Oak stairs rise to the first floor, and a door and steps lead down to the Cellar which provides useful storage space.

First FloorThe spacious first floor Landing has a range of built in cupboards and secondary glazed window to the front. Doors open to two Double Bedrooms, one to the front and one to the rear. The Bathroom is appointed with a large shower cubicle, bath, wc and wash basin. Chrome heated towel radiator and secondary glazed paned window to the rear.Second FloorThe second floor Landing has a spacious Storage/Dressing Room off with double glazed Velux window. The impressive Master Bedroom has a range of built in wardrobes and secondary glazed windows to the front and side.The Guest Bedroom is also a double room with a secondary glazed paned window to the side and access to a small roof space. Off here is an En Suite Shower Room which has a tiled floor, shower cubicle, wash basin, wc and a double glazed Velux window.

OutsideTo the side of the house is a parking area for three cars together with a wood store and a bin store. Steps lead to the kitchen door and a gate opens on to the garden.Brick Corner House has exquisite gardens, with steps at the front of the house leading to an enclosed front Courtyard with double doors to the Atrium Hallway and to the Dining Room. The gardens are terraced and thoughtfully landscaped, with stone retaining walls and beautifully planted borders. Paths meander around the gardens which are stocked with a wide variety of mature shrubs and trees There is a lawned area and woodland garden . The planting scheme ensures year round colour and interest and there are various seating areas dotted throughout. At the top of the garden is a large Summerhouse/Studio which has power connected. Here you enjoy views over the roof tops to woodland and countryside beyond, the perfect spot to enjoy the sunset. There are raised vegetable beds and a greenhouse. At the rear of the house is a lovely South facing terrace area, accessed from the Atrium, it is a sheltered spot, ideal for outdoor entertaining. A gate opens to the driveway.

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