Clungunford, Shropshire

£460,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A most handsome detached four bedroom Victorian property, situated in the heart of Clungunford with wonderful countryside views, offering a wealth of character and charm, along with a delightful south west facing garden, ample driveway parking and a detached double garage with studio over. Formerly run as a successful B&B

Introduction

A pretty detached Victorian home which has been upgraded and extended by the current owners. Gardeners Cottage has been run until recently as a successful B&B and can be re-instated if the new owners desire to run a business from home. Located in the pretty village of Clungunford, with views over open countryside to the rear. Accommodation comprises of three very good sized double bedrooms and a large single, with two bathrooms to the first floor, one en-suite to the master. Downstairs there are three reception rooms and a very large conservatory, large open plan kitchen / breakfast and snug, utility room and a further shower room. The gardens wrap themselves around the side of the property, and there is a large detached double garage with hobbies room /studio over.

Property Description

A welcoming porch in red brick with pillared sides and Victorian tiled flooring in the original red and black tiles gives way to the front door, which opens to a welcoming hallway. From the moment you enter the hallway you know you are going to be enchanted by the house, whose ambiance and decoration is in keeping with the era. The lounge is located on your right and has a box window to front aspect, with beamed ceiling and log burning stove. The dining room is double aspect, with a bay window to side aspect, a large cast iron fireplace and a beamed ceiling, making this a superb entertaining room. The kitchen / breakfast is also located off the hall and is open plan to a further family room and then onto to the conservatory. With a range of floor and walls units, a Stanley range (which currently heats the hot water for the house), and a further electric cooker, with gas hob over, double sink unit and space for dishwasher. The breakfast bar separates the kitchen from a further family room, with duel fuel fire with Renee Mackintosh style inset tiling on raised slate hearth with oak mantle and sides, and engineered oak flooring, and white washed beamed ceiling. The family room opens up into a large and airy conservatory, with views over rear garden and the countryside beyond, tiled flooring and doors opening onto a manicured and landscaped garden. Off the kitchen there is a door leading to a large utility room, with Velux windows and doors to the back and the side. There is a ground floor WC and shower room from the utility also. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms and a large single bedroom, three having a jack and jill bathroom, thereby creating two en-suites. The master bedroom has far reaching views, with a range of fitted furniture, and an ensuite bathroom, with Velux window, shower over bath. All the bedrooms also have built in wardrobes.

Property Description

A welcoming porch in red brick with pillared sides and Victorian tiled flooring in the original red and black tiles gives way to the front door, which opens to a welcoming hallway. From the moment you enter the hallway you know you are going to be enchanted by the house, whose ambiance and decoration is in keeping with the era. The lounge is located on your right and has a box window to front aspect, with beamed ceiling and log burning stove. The dining room is double aspect, with a bay window to side aspect, a large cast iron fireplace and a beamed ceiling, making this a superb entertaining room. The kitchen / breakfast is also located off the hall and is open plan to a further family room and then onto to the conservatory. With a range of floor and walls units, a Stanley range (which currently heats the hot water for the house), and a further electric cooker, with gas hob over, double sink unit and space for dishwasher. The breakfast bar separates the kitchen from a further family room, with duel fuel fire with Renee Mackintosh style inset tiling on raised slate hearth with oak mantle and sides, and engineered oak flooring, and white washed beamed ceiling. The family room opens up into a large and airy conservatory, with views over rear garden and the countryside beyond, tiled flooring and doors opening onto a manicured and landscaped garden. Off the kitchen there is a door leading to a large utility room, with Velux windows and doors to the back and the side. There is a ground floor WC and shower room from the utility also. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms and a large single bedroom, three having a jack and jill bathroom, thereby creating two en-suites. The master bedroom has far reaching views, with a range of fitted furniture, and an ensuite bathroom, with Velux window, shower over bath. All the bedrooms also have built in wardrobes.

Double garage

There is a detached double garage with paddle stairs leading to useful hobbies room/studio over. Porthole windows overlook the fields and open countryside to the rear, and the country lane to the front. A teenager could also be fitting for this space which houses a small kitchenette. The double garage has a Belfast sink, smoke detector and a painted floor.

Location

The village features a parish church and village hall, sports and social club which has recently been refurbished, and incorporates a bowling club, and amateur dramatics with a famous tea rooms- called Rocke Cottage (formerly called Bird on the Rock). There is a village shop located at Aston on Clun.

The River Clun flows just to the west of the village and can be crossed here by Clungunford Bridge, with beautiful countryside surrounding and numerous walks.

2.5 miles to closest amenities in Leintwardine, 4 miles to nearest town Craven Arms and 9 miles to Ludlow.

Services

Oil fired central heating, private drainage, mains water, and mains electricity.

Council tax band C

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.

MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS Require prospective purchasers to produce two original ID documents prior to any offer being accepted by the owners.

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