Broome Road, Clungunford, Shropshire

£450,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A farmhouse style family home with as yet unrealised potential (STPP), of converting the barn to the side into a large kitchen/dining/family room with vaulted ceiling. Having four bedrooms, two bathrooms and two reception rooms. Benefiting from large garden and driveway parking in a central village location.

Introduction

A lovely four bedroomed family property with as yet unrealised potential. Set in the village of Clungunford this pretty cottage has a barn located to the side of the property which would convert STTP into a beautiful kitchen/dining family room. Accommodation comprising; two reception rooms, a kitchen/dining room, large cellar, four bedrooms, two bathrooms and grounds of just under one acre.

Property Description

Like any good farmhouse style family home you enter through the back door, into a lobby with stairs rising to the fourth bedroom, with window to front aspect and beamed walls and ceiling and inset lighting. The lobby has quarry tiled flooring and space for coats wellies and a large American style fridge freezer, turn left into the kitchen with Aga, and wood flooring, with a range of floor units, with tiled splashback and space for separate electric oven. Window to front aspect with space for large table and chairs, and fitted bench seating and beamed ceiling. There is also a galley style prep kitchen with shelving, and doors to main hall and family room. The main hall has flagstone flooring and a shower room located off, and stairs leading down to the cellar. The family room has flagstone flooring, beamed ceiling and large inglenook fireplace housing wood burning stove, with stairs rising to the first floor. There is a further door to the main sitting room which is duel aspect, with white bleached and painted flooring, double aspect with white-washed stone walls with beamed wall and ceiling and understairs cupboard. Go back into the family room and take the second of two staircases to the first floor and three further double bedrooms.

The family bathroom is at the top of a split staircase and houses panelled bath with telephone style mixer taps providing hand held shower, close coupled WC and part tiled walls, there is a very large cupboard in the bathroom which would create a large shower if wanted. Take two small steps up to the master bedroom, which is a very large double with window to front aspect beamed walls and ceiling and a large cupboard ideal for either conversion into an en-suite or walk-in-wardrobe. The second bedroom is a large double at the rear of the property with access to loft space and built in cupboard. The third bedroom currently houses two single beds and has a sloping ceiling. The cellar holds the water cylinder and pump for the bathrooms.

Garden

The gardens currently are mainly laid to lawn with larger gravelled relaxed area with raised vegetable beds and a greenhouse that needs replacing, there is a patio area with pergola . The garden is a blank canvas for all the Alan Titmarshes amongst us.

The Barn

Located to the side of The Mount, which could be accessed internally from the lobby and could, subject to planning, be converted into the most beautiful kitchen, dining and family room with vaulted ceiling. There is currently power and light.

Parking

There is parking for several vehicles, and enough space to build a double garage.

Services

Oil fired heating, mains electric, main water and private drainage (cess pit).

Council Tax band E

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.

Directions

Eave Ludlow heading north on the A49 towards Craven Arms, take the left hand turn at Onnibury signposted Clungunford. Follow the road and bear right towards Shelderton, after passing Shelderton take the left turn towards Clungunford, and at the junction turn right. When you reach Clungunford at the junction take the right hand turn and go past a turning to School lane on the right. The driveway to The Mount is the next turning on the right after School Lane.

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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