Cumberley Lane, Knowbury, Ludlow, Shropshire

£850,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Introduction The current owners have taken great care to preserve original features and with contemporary styling have created a spacious and flexible home. With LPG central heating and part double glazing, the property is south facing and enjoys stunning views over the grounds to the surrounding countryside.

Accommodation A drive from the lane sweeps up to the property providing ample parking and turning areas.

A gravelled path leads around to the front of the property and an entrance door opens to the main Reception Hall. With Minton tiled floor and staircase rising to the first floor. Off here is the Snug, a cosy room with a sash window to the front and cast iron fireplace with open grate.

The Dining Kitchen is a great family space, ideal for entertaining. With solid oak floor throughout the Dining Area has ample space for table and chairs, a fireplace with wood burning stove and sash window to the front. Opening to the Kitchen/Breakfast area which has been appointed with a range of high quality wall and base units with granite work surfaces and a central island. With integrated dishwasher and washing machine, space for Range style cooker with extractor over (the LPG range cooker may be available by separate negotiation). Space for Larder style fridge/freezer ( also available by separate negotiation) Belfast sink and windows to the side and rear.

The main Sitting Room is a lovely room with solid oak floor, sash windows to the rear and a stone fireplace with wood burning stove. A door opens to the Conservatory which has a tiled floor and enjoys lovely views over the gardens.

The rear Hall has a solid oak floor, a spacious recessed cloaks/storage area, window to front and a Cloakroom off with WC and wash basin. A door with Porch opens to the rear.

On the first floor are Four Double Bedrooms. The Guest Bedroom Suite has an En Suite Shower Room, fully tiled with a white suite of wash basin and WC and a walk in shower cubicle with fixed screen. The two front Bedrooms both have feature cast iron fireplaces. The main Bathroom is appointed with a heritage style white suite of shower bath with fixed screen, wash basin and WC. Part tiled and part wood panelled walls, window to side and airing cupboard off. There is a useful walk in storage room off the Landing.

Stairs rise from the Landing to the second floor Master Suite. A galleried landing with skylight opens to the Bedroom. With double glazed skylights and a full height double glazed window enjoying stunning views over the grounds and to countryside beyond. The Dressing Room has a bespoke range of built in wardrobes and a window to the side. This opens to the En Suite Bathroom. With a slate tiled floor, enclosed walk in shower, free-standing bath and twin wash basins. A double glazed skylight ensures plenty of natural light.

Outside The house is set in lovely mature gardens with gravelled paths and various seating areas. A new raised decking area provides the perfect spot for outdoor entertaining. There is a Detached Double Garage and an attached Garden store. The grazing land lies to the south west of the property, it slopes down to a woodland area.

Myrtle Cottage and Land To the north of the house is Myrtle Cottage, a detached stone squatters cottage, a non- designated heritage asset it is considered to be of significant local historic interest. Our vendors have explored planning potential for Myrtle Cottage and pre application advice has been sought from the local authority as to the viability of developing the cottage together with a proposed log cabin as holiday let accommodation.

To the east of Malvern View, approximately 1.4 acres of grazing land slope upwards towards Hope Bagot Lane. The purchaser of Malvern View will be given first option to acquire this extra land at a Guide Price in excess of £80,000 and subject to an uplift clause to be agreed.

Footpath- Please note a public footpath runs from Hope Bagot Lane passing Myrtle Cottage, through to the bottom paddock and to the main entrance of the drive.

Council Tax - Band D Council Tax Banding Indicator - Improvement indicator - this shows that improvements have been made to the property that might result in the Council Tax band changing if a relevant transaction takes place, for example, if the property is sold.

EPC Rating = E

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