A superb Grade II Listed country home set in beautifully maintained gardens near the River Clun.
The original property is believed to date back to circa 1671, with the addition of a 17th century barn from Wenlock Edge. The Lynches is immaculately presented both internally and externally and has a wealth of character features.
The Reception hall with exposed oak floorboards leads to a Cloakroom and Utility room. The Drawing room is of excellent proportions with a large inglenook fireplace and French windows opening onto the terrace. The Dining room has exposed ceiling timbers and French doors opening to the garden while the cosy Snug features a Clearview stove; perfect for chilly nights.
The Kitchen/breakfast room has a range of wall and floor oak fronted storage units with built-in appliances and an electrically controlled Aga provides a homely feel to the heart of this home. This room has dual aspect windows, a stable door leading to one of the terraces and enjoys views over the gardens and countryside. Stairs lead from the hall to the first floor galleried landing and the Master bedroom suite with lovely views and an en suite with built in storage and attractive corner bath. Bedroom two has exposed ceiling and wall times, built in wardrobes and en suite shower. Bedroom three is dual aspect and serviced by a family shower room. Two attic rooms complete the house, with one currently a sizeable study/bed 4 and the other a fifth bedroom.
This property has 4 acres of land.
The property can be found nestled in the middle of its immaculately maintained gardens accessed via double gates and a tarmac driveway.
The garden is a wonderful mix of lawns, herbaceous borders and flowering beds, interspersed with stone steps, mature shrubs, trees and hedging.
An established wisteria provides shade for seasonal alfresco dining under the south facing pergola and offers an excellent vantage points to enjoy the far reaching views.
A series of steps lead down to an embankment where the River Clun meanders at the edge of the property's garden and is a perfect haven for wildlife.
The Lynches is located in an area of unspoilt natural beauty on the edge of the village of Clungunford, within the Clun Valley. The property is surrounded by immaculate gardens and benefits from far reaching panoramic views. The surrounding South Shropshire countryside provides excellent walking and outriding.
Everyday facilities are found at Leintwardine and Craven Arms. Ludlow is within easy reach and is renowned for its bustling independent shops, weekly markets and vibrant festivals. The A49 is within five miles of the property and links Shrewsbury in the north to Hereford in the south, both with further facilities. There are railway stations at both Craven Arms and Ludlow with trains connecting to Crewe and Manchester in the north and Newport in the south. Nearby Hopton Heath has a station on the Swansea to Shrewsbury Network.
From Ludlow proceed north on the A49 to Bromfield and turn left onto the A4113 towards Leintwardine and Knighton. Continue for approximately 5.5 miles, passing the Jolly Frog restaurant on the right. Turn right shortly after, signposted Clungunford and Craven Arms, and proceed to the next junction where you turn right again. Continue on this road for just under 2 miles where The Lynches can be found on the left hand side indicated by the name plaque and double gates.Read all
- Drawing room
- Dining room
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Master bedroom suite
- Guest bedroom with ensuite shower
- Three further bedrooms
- Family shower room
- Garage block incl. workshop
- Garden shed
- Landscaped gardens and terraces
- Outstanding views
- River Clun frontage
- Virtual Viewing
- Map & Street View
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