Snitton, Ludlow

£550,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
This beautifully presented 3 Double Bedroom Detached barn conversion sits in a lovely rural setting in the small Hamlet of Snitton close to historic Ludlow. Outside the property sits in delightful gardens which extend to 0.4 of an acre that includes driveway parking and large garage. Accommodation benefitting from double / triple glazing and oil fired heating briefly includes: Impressive Reception Hall, Cloakroom, Utility Room, Master Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room, First Floor Galleried Landing with balcony, Living Room, Kitchen / Dining Room, Second Floor Landing with Study Area, 2 further Double Bedrooms and House Bathroom. EPC D

Snitton is a lovely rural Hamlet located approximately 3 miles from Ludlow's historic town centre which is renowned for its architecture, culture and festivals. Birdcage Barn has delightful and beautifully maintained gardens which extend to 0.4 of an acre and the accommodation is fully described as follows:

Front door with matching full length side window opens into

Large Reception Hallway

With timbered ceiling and oak flooring

Cloakroom

With oak floor, wc and wash hand basin in white

Utility Room

With door and windows to front elevation and further smaller window to rear elevation. Fitted with a range of matching units with cream coloured fronts, heat resistant work surfaces and tiled splash backs. Planned space and plumbing for washing machine and 3 further appliances. There is a walk-in airing cupboard having window to rear and housing Worcester oil fired boiler together with the hot water cylinder, pressure bell and extensive shelving

Master Bedroom

With window overlooking garden, extensively timbered ceiling with further ceiling beam, excellent range of fitted wardrobe cupboards with oak doors, shelved cupboards at the side of the chimney breast and walk-in storage cupboard under the stairs with window to rear elevation

En-Suite Shower Room

With window to rear and a modern suite in white of wc, pedestal wash hand basin and shower cubicle with shower fitted

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Oak Staircase rises to

First Floor Galleried Landing

Full of character with timbered features and dual aspect with small window to rear and double opening doors overlooking the attractive gardens with large balcony taking in this fantastic view

Living Room

With dual aspect with windows to front and rear elevations, timbered ceiling, attractive brick corner features, feature fireplace with open grate and brick hearth

Kitchen / Dining Room

With dual aspect with windows to front and rear elevations and heavily timbered ceiling. The dining area has ample room for large table and chairs, brick corner features. The kitchen is nicely fitted with a range of modern units with oak styled fronts, heat resistant work surfaces, tiled splash backs, 1 bowl sink unit, Neff electric hob with extractor positioned above, adjacent to which is a Neff electric double oven, integrated dishwasher and integrated fridge.

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Oak staircase rises to

Second Floor Landing

Providing a good sized Study Area with roof window to rear elevation

Bedroom 2

With roof window overlooking the garden, exposed timbered features and across one wall an excellent range of fitted wardrobes with hanging rail

Bedroom 3

With roof window overlooking the garden, exposed timbers and across one wall an excellent range of fitted cupboards with hanging rail and shelves

House Bathroom

With window overlooking gardens, suite in white of pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath, wc, separate shower cubicle, low level storage and exposed timbered features. Access to roof space

Outside

The property is rurally located at the end of a lane and is nestled in a hamlet of similar properties. The property is approached onto a gravelled driveway with double opening gates providing excellent parking and leads to a Detached Garage having light and power fitted, window and door to rear, up and over door to frontage. Gravelled driveway continues to the front door and a raised decked seating area taking in a lovely aspect over the grounds and open farmland. Pathway leads to a good sized greenhouse with well-established beds and fig tree, lawned garden with ornamental pond, large garden shed with further gravelled areas at the frontage. Box hedging and steps lead to a second lawned garden with central feature and well established borders around the outside and a low hedge taking in the view across the fields. Gated access to a productive kitchen garden with raised sleeper beds, large strawberry bed, soft fruits, 4 further vegetable beds and small orchard with a selection of fruit trees to include: apples, pears, plums, damsons and cherries, further bed with gooseberries and rhubarb.

Services

Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage, oil fired heating to radiators, telephone to BT regulations, windows are either double or triple glazed. The wood burner in the reception hallway is disconnected

Tenure

We understand the property is freehold

Local Authority

Shropshire Council

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