A wonderful period home set in charming gardens and grounds with a successful holiday let/annex.
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The property A handsome period home that is believed to date back to 1860. The property was saved from dereliction some twenty years ago and has been subject to comprehensive renovations and improvements by the subsequent owners reinstating period features throughout. The front door opens into an entrance hall with the elegant staircase rising to the first floor has doors opening into the reception rooms which include the sitting room, drawing room and dining room. The kitchen has been well fitted and has an Aga, central island with separate oven and hob and space for a table and chairs. Off the sitting room, the current vendors have added a wonderful orangery which opens onto a large stone terrace and then onto a beautiful garden.
To the first floor off a galleried landing are four bedrooms, three of which have en suites and three having built in wardrobes. There is also a family bathroom.
The Coach House has been converted into excellent secondary accommodation which has been made into a high quality holiday let with a kitchen, sitting room and bedroom with ground floor shower room. There is also a separate office room that might be possible to incorporate if required (stp) into the accommodation.
Outside Approached via a gated entrance onto a gravelled driveway, there is plenty of parking for many vehicles. The courtyard to the rear of the house is enclosed with the annex and a range of useful stone buildings used as potting sheds and garden stores. To the front and side of the house are terraces, lawns and formal gardens with a wonderful partly walled garden where there is a further enclosed potager garden. There is also a paddock which the vendors leave to wild meadow to the front of the house although there is scope for a paddock to be created. The vendors have installed below the HaHa a bank of sloar panels that suppliment the running costs of the house.
Location The Old Vicarage sits in the popular village of Farlow which has a church and a primary school. The surrounding countryside is partly an area of outstanding natural beauty and offers many recreational opportunities including fine walking and outriding.
The historic town of Ludlow, just a short distance to the west whilst the small town of Cleobury Mortimer provides all that one might need for day to day use including schools, doctors surgery, local shops, pubs and restaurants and a small supermarket / filling station.
Communications in the area are excellent and Ludlow is on the main Manchester to Cardiff railway with trains running to London at regular intervals. The A4117 links to Kidderminster and the Midlands conurbation beyond with trains into Birmingham from Kidderminster at regular
Directions From Ludlow proceed on the A4117 and pass through Clee Hill and Doddington and at the garage turn left, signposted to Farlow and Oreton. Continue across the common for approximately two miles and at the crossroads turn left, signposted to Farlow 1 mile. Continue along the lane and into the village passing the church and the school on the left, turning immediatly right after the school into a lane where The Old Vicarage can be found after approximately 50 yards and the entrance is via wrought iron electric double gates.Read all
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Sitting room
- Dining room
- Drawing room
- Fourt bedrooms (three en suite)
- Converted barn - Kitchen
- Sitting room
- Shower room
- Formal gardens
- Far reaching views
- About 2.9 acres in total
- The Old Vicarage EPC E Foxholes Barn EPC C
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