School Lane, Brimfield, Shropshire


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  • Bedrooms: 3
This beautiful architecturally designed three bedroom, four bathroom family home is situated fronting Brimfield Common, accessed via a gate over the common. The property boasts three bedrooms all with en-suites, with the main bedroom having a separate dressing room, a range of outbuildings and 1.5 acres of gardens and paddock. An internal viewing is highly recommended!


Nestled in a tranquil location, fronting the common of Brimfield, is this well presented family home which has been architecturally designed and built by the current owner in 1999. This fabulous home offers entrance hall, kitchen, utility room, downstairs shower room, dining room, living room, conservatory, main bedroom with dressing room and ensuite bathroom and two further bedrooms both with their own ensuites . An internal viewing is highly recommended.

Property description

On arriving through the common, passing the sheep, electric gates open onto a large driveway big enough for over ten cars and having the benefit of a very spacious double garage. The front door opens into an entrance porch with feature brick wall and tiled flooring. A further glass paned oak door opens into a very spacious entrance hall, with moulded coved ceiling, American Oak staircase with panelling beneath hiding a hidden under stairs cupboard. You step down from the entrance hall into a large living room with bay window overlooking the front garden and common, open fireplace with oak mantel and marble inset and moulded coved ceiling. Steps from the end of the living room open into the first of two conservatories, this one providing an ideal space for al fresco lunches or morning coffee. The French doors open onto the rockery garden with large Koi pond, covered in water lilies and all round colour surrounding the pond, and far reaching views to the rear as a backdrop, it really is a lovely area to spend on quiet reflection. From the conservatory there is a further set of double doors leading into the formal dining room and from there back into the hall, making this an amazing space for parties to mill and spread into the manicured garden. From the entrance hall there is an inner hallway for coats and shoes which leads to a guest cloakroom and shower room. There is a further door to a large utility room with floor mounted boiler, a range of floor and wall units, Belfast sink and space for larder fridge and freezer.

The kitchen can be accessed from both the entrance hall and the utility as well as through the second conservatory from the garden. The kitchen is equipped with a range of floor and wall units, leaded light display cabinets, integrated fridge, breakfast bar and large window overlooking the front garden. From the kitchen there is a smaller conservatory which leads out to the garden. The American oak staircase leads to the first floor and the minstrel gallery, this large landing has doors to all rooms and a large airing cupboard. The main bedroom is double aspect and has a walk-in-wardrobe as well as a separate dressing room, which leads to an ensuite bathroom. Bedrooms two and three are of a similar size and both have their own ensuites. Bedroom three is to rear aspect with views across rear garden and open countryside and bedroom two faces the front garden and the Common.

Gardens and outbuildings

The gardens of Bremant measure approximately 1.5 acres and are one of the main features of this lovely home, arranged in various sections, from quiet Japanese style scented and herb garden, to calming pond area with Koi Carp , large areas of manicured lawn, beds and borders with well stocked and mature trees. There is a post and railed paddock large enough for a pony or several sheep to keep the lawn down, There are two outbuildings, one of which would make an ideal stable, and a greenhouse, all this as well as the summerhouse housing the hot tub,

Garages and parking

The driveway for Bremant House is large enough for several cars, and there is also a double garage , with power and light and STPP a large area above to create further accommodation if needed.


Mains electricity, mains water as well as its own well. Oil heating. Septic tank.

Council Tax Band G.


Situated on Brimfield Common, close to both the hamlet of Brimfield with country pub and small shop, yet only a stone's throw from both the historic town of Ludlow where you will find a range of independent traders, shops and cafés with frequent open air markets, food festivals, events and the infamous Castle. Regarded as one of the best foodie towns in the country and with some of the most beautiful buildings anywhere which showcases how building forms have developed from the medieval period through to the 18th and 19th Century, and the famed antique centre of Leominster

CONSUMER PROTECTION FROM UNFAIR TRADING REGULATIONS 2008 (CPR) We endeavour to ensure that the details contained in our brochure are correct through making detailed enquiries of the owner but they are not guaranteed. The agents have not tested any appliance, equipment, fixture, fitting or service and have not seen the title deeds to confirm tenure. All measurements are quoted to the nearest 1/10 metre. All liability in negligence of otherwise for any loss arising from the use of these particulars is hereby excluded.

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