A charming detached cottage set in beautiful gardens in a glorious position with wonderful views.
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Sunnybank is a beautiful detached cottage believed to date back to the 18th century with later extensions. There is a wealth of features and character throughout whilst providing comfortable accommodation. The welcoming living room is full of character including stone floors, a log burner and exposed stone walls. The dual aspect sitting room has an open fireplace and makes a wonderful family room. Located in one of the more recent additions of the property, the kitchen is very well appointed with a range of units, cupboards and a number of integral appliances. Connected from the kitchen is the useful utility room which opens out to the rear patio area, an excellent seating area for seasonal alfresco dining. The dining room has a dual aspect and glazed doors which open out to the beautifully maintained gardens, this room could also be utilised as a garden room. The first floor accommodation is primarily accessed off the main staircase which rises from the living room where there are four bedrooms and a family bathroom. One of the bedrooms can also be accessed off a secondary staircase by the rear entrance lobby where there is also a downstairs shower room and study which could be used as an additional bedroom (5th).
This property has 0.3 acres of land.
The property benefits from a double detached garage and additional parking in front. The gardens are very well maintained and offer great variety with a number of floral and herbaceous borders being interspersed with specimen trees and shrubs complementing the lawned garden. There is also a kitchen garden, greenhouse, summerhouse and potting shed.
Sunnybank is set within the small hamlet of Brandhill and is set back from the country lane. Though enjoying beautiful rural surrounds, the property remains only a stones throw from the historic market town of Ludlow, renowned for its diverse range of boutiques and eateries, its fine architecture, the castle ruin, and cultural events such as Ludlow Food Festivals in May and September, and the Shakespearian summer plays and Christmas fayres by the towns Medieval castle.
From Ludlow head north on the A49, passing through Bromfield (The Clive). Take the first available turning left Clungunford & Aldon, before reaching the bridge/ level crossing. Follow signs for Clungunford turning right at a phone box, into Green Lane, and follow the lane for about 1 mile, turning right to Brandhill and Sunnybank is the 2nd property on the right hand side after about 0.3 miles.Read all
- Living Room, Sitting room, Dining room
- Kitchen/ breakfast room, Utility room, Study
- Shower room, Four bedrooms, Bathroom
- Parking, Double garage
- EPC Rating D
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