A charming cottage bursting with character, and benefitting from gardens, parking and a separate Granary
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This semi-detached, Grade ll Listed property dates back to the 17th Century and is part timber and stone. The property has been lovingly cared for by the current owners and is full of character. The ground floor boasts extensive dining and entertaining space with an attractive kitchen, dining room and reception room. Both the kitchen and reception room have oak flooring and the latter has a log burner with double doors leading out to the south west facing garden. There is a separate dining room with flagstone floors, exposed timbers and a brick fireplace with a further log burner. The ground floor also has a study and a separate cloakroom. On the first floor is the master suite with en-suite bathroom. There are three further bedrooms all with built in storage and a family bathroom.
The property is accessed down a short gravel drive with a lawned garden off to the right. There is a separate Granary arranged over two floors that is currently used as a store/workshop but that could be converted (subject to necessary consents). To the front and rear of the house are two patios, both perfect for outdoor entertaining along with a sheltered area at the front.
Jasmine cottage is located in the village of Clunbury, equidistant between the thriving towns of Craven Arms and Clun which both offer plenty of local everyday amenities. Ludlow to the south is famed for its fine gastronomic reputation, independent shops, interesting architecture, vibrant festivals and retains an immense popularity for both locals and visitors alike. The larger city of Hereford, about 36 miles to the south, has extensive shopping, recreational and educational facilities and has an Intercity rail service to London Paddington. Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the surrounding countryside really is beautiful and renowned for its great sporting and recreational facilities with many fine walks throughout the area.
From Ludlow take the A49 north to Craven Arms. Turn left at the roundabout onto the Clun Road and proceed for approximately 4.3 miles before turning left opposite The Old Wheel Wrights Tea Rooms. Proceed along the road for approximately 0.7 miles before turning left just before the school and then the property can be found on the left.Read all
- Entrance porch
- Sitting room
- Dining room
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, three further bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Separate Granary
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