Est. mortgage is £1,811 a month
Ludlow Road, Church Stretton
Samuel Wood are delighted to present this good sized bungalow, occupying a delightful, prime position on the edge of the popular historic Market Town of Church Stretton. The property has an extensive frontage with a small cultavated stream running through a mature and well established garden, together with a tiered rear sun terrace and views of the Long Mynd, designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Church Stretton boasts many local facilities including local shops, public houses, cafes and restaurants, a school and main line train station with road links to the A49, with Shrewsbury 15 miles to the North, and Ludlow 16 miles to the South. Viewing of this attractive detached bungalow is highly recommended, EPC C.
This is a lovely example of its type and has been well maintained and improved by its current owners to offer good sized comfortable accommodation, briefly comprising of Entrance Porch, Living Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, Dining Room, Bathroom, 2 Bedrooms, one En-Suite.
Entrance Porch - Double glazed entrance door with matching side windows leads to
Reception Hall - Spacious hallway, part glazed and timber door leads to
Living Room - 4.44 x 3.14 (14'6" x 10'3") - A lovely light room with double glazed window overlooking the front aspect, with radiator and Charnwood Cove wood burning / multifuel stove on attractive hearth.
Kitchen - 4.60 x 3.01 (15'1" x 9'10") - A well appointed Kitchen / Diner with range of base units, wall units and drawers with tiled splashbacks. Space for cooker with built-in raised oven, space for refrigerator, windows to utility room and side aspect, double glazed uPVC door with steps down to
Utility Room - 3.37 x 1.67 (11'0" x 5'5") - A well equipped utility room with space and plumbing for washing machine and further white goods, having tiled flooring, two Velux roof windows and double glazed uPVC door with decorative frosted window to rear and side. An internal door leads to
Bathroom - 2.53 x 2.19 (8'3" x 7'2") - Having a suite in white comprising of W.C., pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath with shower over, tiled flooring, tiling to splash areas and window to rear aspect with decorative privacy glass.
Dining Room - 4.93 x 2.50 (16'2" x 8'2") - This good sized dining room has a large window to side elevation, radiator and access to airing cupboard housing the Worcester boiler for central heating and domestic hot water, offering shelving and further storage space. A door leads to
Bedroom 1 - 3.37 x 2.81 (11'0" x 9'2") - A lovely spacious and light room with a large double glazed windows to the side aspect, radiator and concertina wooden doors to
En-Suite Shower Room - 2.53 x 2.19 (8'3" x 7'2") - Comprising of pedestal wash hand basin, W.C., shower cubicle, tiling to splash areas and heated towel rail.
Bedroom 2 - 3.41 x 2.97 (11'2" x 9'8") - Central vestibule to Bedroom 2, with double glazed window overlooking the front garden with delightful natural aspect, radiator and centre light.
Outside - The property occupies a delightful position on the Ludlow Road, access is given from the road via an extensive tarmac driveway serving the front of the property, across the 'bridge' extending over the stream, and also leading to the garage forecourt area with parking for several vehicles. The centre of the garden is laid to lawn with a rockery with decorative gravel around flower beds and shrubs. A block paving style pathway descends through a pergola arch to the well established mature garden enclosed by perimeter fencing. To the rear of the property, steps to a tired terrace provides a patio area, with sun room with a delightful natural 'vista'.
Garage - 5.42 x 2.48 (17'9" x 8'1") - The attached garage has an up-and-over door, concrete floor and door to the workshop and rear garden.
Workshops - 2.54 x 1.68 & 2.61 x 1.69 (8'3" x 5'6" & 8'6" x 5' - Adjoining the house and the garage is a workshop, partitioned by window and door of uPVC construction. Access to rear garden and small store cupboard.
Services - We understand that the property has gas, mains electricity, mains water and mains drainage. Telephone and broadband to BT regulations.
Local Authority - Shropshire Council, The Shirehall, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY2 6ND. Tel: 0345 678 9000
Council Tax - Band: D
Tenure - We understand that the tenure is Freehold.
Mortgage Services - We offer a no obligation mortgage service through Q Financial Services. Please ask a member of our team for further details.
Referral Fees - Samuel Wood routinely refers vendors and purchasers to providers of conveyancing and financial services. We may receive fees from them as declared in our Referral Fees Disclosure Form.
Viewings - Contact the Craven Arms Office on Tel: 01588 672728, or Ludlow Office on Tel: 01584 875207
Out Of Hours Enquiries - Please phone Andy Price on: 07942 186235 | Email: [email protected]
10 Corvedale Road, Craven Arms, SY7 9ND
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