Knowbury, Ludlow, Shropshire

£1,350,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
** HOUSE WITH OVER 10 ACRES OF LAND ** This beautifully presented property has been updated and refurbished by the current owners to the highest standard. The main house has four double bedrooms, four bathrooms three of which are en-suite, four reception rooms. The land offers breathtaking views benefitting from stables, menage, outbuildings and grazing of approximately 9 acres. Including the beautifully presented gardens the property is situated within approximately 10.7 acres.

Introduction

An outstanding, beautifully presented property, amounting to approximately 4305 sq.feet four bedroom, four bathroom, four reception room family home with breath-taking views. Having been totally refurbished by the current owners, to the highest standard. Set in 10.72 acres of gardens and paddocks, in a rural setting, yet within a short stroll of local hostelry and 5 miles from Ludlow. Internal viewing is highly recommended.

Property description

The gates open electronically to reveal this amazing family home with ample parking for both yourself and the numerous visitors you will have to stay should you purchase this home. The covered porch opens up into a large entrance hall, with oak mantle and wood burning stove an ideal space for a large Christmas tree. On the left is the dining room which is connected to the lounge by a central fireplace, Oak floor with underfloor heating, windows to front aspect overlooking manicured lawns and large natural pond. Both the lounge and the dining room have beamed ceilings. Turn right from the hallway and open the door to every women's idea of a stunning kitchen, 30' with large range of bespoke floor and wall units with windows looking to both front and side. Double Belfast sink, central island and space for a ten seat table and chairs, opening for large American fridge/freezer, at the end of the kitchen is enough space for comfortable chairs, sofas and wall space to take a television screen. The kitchen is truly a magnificent family space and is the beating heart of this wonderful home. Off the kitchen, there is a further door to an inner hallway off which is a utility room and guest cloakroom, with space for hat, coats and wellies. At the end of the kitchen a door to the family/TV room, with beamed ceiling gothic style stained glass window, feature brick walls and enough space to hold a costume ball, probably one of the most glorious rooms I have ever seen, with wood burning stove, double doors from the TV room lead to a games room with bar, and the feature brick work continues into this adult entertaining room. The dining room and lounge that we first entered are there for quiet reflection and to walk away from the noise of the family when you need peace and quiet.

The Oak stairs rise from the entrance hall and lead to four double bedrooms three of which have en-suites and the fourth using the family bathroom. The master bedroom is at the end of the hallway and has a range of wardrobes, with co-ordinating chest of drawers, and bedside tables door to en-suite. This double aspect room has views from both windows. The bedrooms as said are all doubles, so there would be no squabbling by the children as to whom would have the biggest room.

Garden

Outside the property is a large decked area and surrounds the rear of Bennetts End which ends in a lovely area with wooden back drop and place to languish catching the last of the sun's rays, with a glass of wine or eating breakfast. There is a further summer house and Hobbit House which has an indoor barbeque and seating area. The garden has a very large area of lawn and several places to sit, play football, or just meander.

Equestrian facilities

Approached via its own driveway and with manual gates. There is a substantial rendered stable block with tiled roof, there are four loose boxes in total, plus a tack room, there is an all-weather arena measuring 25m x 50m and Horse walker. The stables offer stunning views from both the paddocks and stables and excellent riding over quiet country lanes. Standing alongside the stable block there are two modern portal barns totalling approximately 2,300 sq ft with mezzanine area to the barn on the left and double height doors for lorry access. A full sized tractor can be hidden in the corner, and is just a wonderful area for boys toys.

Grazing

There are approximately 9.15 acres of excellent quality grazing.

Services

Oil fired central heating, Septic Tank, Mains electricity, and water.

Location

Amenities are available locally at Clee Hill village which is approximately 1 mile, where you will find a village shop, post office, public houses and schooling.

Knowbury is conveniently located just 5 miles from the medieval town of Ludlow which provides a wealth of independent shops and cafés, frequent open air markets, national supermarkets and a host of recreational facilities.

Directions

From Ludlow office take directions to the A49 towards Shrewsbury At the roundabout take exit towards Caynham stay on this road for approximately 1 mile then turn right onto Hope Bagot Lane continue on this road and go past the turning to Cumberley Lane on your right, follow the road and the property will be found on the left hand side. There are two entrances the second driveway takes you to the main house.

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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