Cleeton St. Mary, Cleeton St. Mary Kidderminster


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  • Bedrooms: 3
This delightful, rurally located semi-detached bungalow has undergone a major transformation by the current vendors to provide luxurious and spacious accommodation sits in a large plot of over 1/2 an acre to include gardens, extensive parking and paddock. Benefitting from LPG gas fired heating and upvc double glazing briefly includes: Reception Hallway, Living Room with wood burner, magnificent Kitchen / Dining Room, Utility Room, 2 ground floor Double Bedrooms and Bathroom. Staircase to open plan First Floor which incorporates Master Bedroom, En-suite Shower Room and further sitting area or Home office / Study. A wonderful property which needs to be viewed to be fully appreciated. EPC Rating - E

Large recessed Porch with flagstone floor and extensive down lighters and front door with matching full length side windows opens into

Spacious Reception Hallway

with attractive flooring, useful coat cupboard with hanging rail, extensive ceiling down lighters and under stairs storage cupboard. Oak doors lead off to

Living Room

3.63m x 5.50m (11'11 x 18'1 )

with flooring matching that of the reception hall, extensive ceiling down lighters, double opening doors with full length side windows opening to rear elevation and from here this fantastic view over rolling Shropshire countryside and the property's own gardens can be enjoyed. Feature fireplace with oak beam over and a wood burning stove fitted

Magnificent Kitchen / Dining Room

6.43m x 3.96m (21'1 x 13'0 )

Full of light with double opening doors, full length picture windows and further window all to rear elevation taking in this phenomenal view. The kitchen has with a range of contemporary units with high gloss fronts to include base cupboards, wall cupboards, large central island, integrated appliances that include: Bosch 5-ring gas hob with extractor above, Bosch double oven, integrated fridge freezer and dishwasher. Ample room for large table and chairs.

Utility Room

3.14m x 1.54m (10'4 x 5'1 )

with door to side, range of matching units with high gloss grey fronts, heat resistant work surfaces, sink unit, space and plumbing for washing machine and room for additional fridge

Bedroom 2

3.63m x 3.65m (11'11 x 12'0 )

with window to frontage

Bedroom 3

3.05m x 3.10m (10'0 x 10'2 )

with window to frontage

House Bathroom

3.14m x 1.73m (10'4 x 5'8 )

with window to side, flooring matching that of the hallway, modern suite is white to include panelled bath with shower over and tiled splash backs, wc and wash hand basin with vanity cupboard

Staircase rises out of the reception hallway with mood lighting, oak and glass balustrade opening into

First Floor Master Bedroom Suite

7.86m x 9.12m (25'9 x 29'11 )

full of light. The bedroom area having 2 up and over roof windows. Across one wall there are touch opening doors into wardrobes with extensive hanging rail. The room goes round in an L-shape to a seating area or home office with double opening doors to rear elevation and a Juliet balcony and from here this fantastic view over the property's field, open farmland and surrounding rolling Shropshire countryside can be enjoyed.

En-Suite Shower Room

1.78m x 3.76m (5'10 x 12'4 )

with window to side, wash hand basin with large vanity cupboard, wc and double width shower cubicle with multi head shower and tiled splash backs.


The property is located right at the end of a gravelled driveway and is approached through a 5-bar gate onto an extensive Cotswold stoned parking / turning area with well-established borders. Double gates then open into an area currently used by the owners as a poultry section with pond, the LPG tank is housed here, there is a Stable with tack room and useful work shop and an extensive fenced off vegetable section with raised beds. Sitting at the rear of the house there is a flagstone paved seating area with gravelled sections and wrapping round the garden areas is a Paddock with a selection of mature trees and from the rear elevation this phenomenal view can be enjoyed towards Brown Clee


Mains electricity, mains water, shared private drainage, telephone to BT regulations, LPG gas fired heating to radiators, windows are upvc double glazed


As you approach Cleeton St Mary form Doddington, come into the village and you will see the Church in front of you, take the right fork just before the Church and on the right hand side there is a gate with the name of the property. Go through this gate and follow the lane to the bottom where the property can be found.

Local Authority:

Shropshire Council

To view this property:

Contact the Ludlow Office on Tel: 01584 875207 or Craven Arms Office 01588 672728

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