A stylish townhouse with courtyard on one of Ludlow's most sought after streets and benefitting from
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Set on historic Lower Broad Street, this charming, and spacious property was beautifully renovated from flats six years ago and back into a charming house providing well-planned accommodation set over three floors.
Entering via the vestibule, where you will find plenty of room for coats and shoes, the well-thought out kitchen provides plentiful storage and integrated appliances; the welcoming open-plan layout will make entertaining a dream.
The Conservatory/dining room is light and spacious and looks over the pleasant courtyard, from behind which, your parking is accessed. The comfortable Sitting room has plenty of storage with hidden access to the Cellar and stairs rising to the 1st floor.
Two spacious bedrooms are found on the first floor, along with a stylish bathroom containing a roll top bath with quality furnishings. There is plentiful storage on this level too.
Rising to the 2nd floor, you will find the sizeable Principle bedroom with shower en-suite and further bedroom and shower room. As per the rest of the house, it is all finished to an excellent standard.
The property benefits from a walled courtyard garden which is accessed from the conservatory, ideal for seasonal al-fresco dining and entertaining. The rear parking area can also be accessed from here.
The beautiful and historic market town of Ludlow boasts wonderful architecture and a rich history, and is considered a highly desirable place to live. The property is a stone's throw from the picturesque crossing of the river Teme, the town centre, Whitcliffe Common and set between The Wheatsheaf and The Charlton Arms.
You will find all of the day-to-day amenities required in Ludlow, with good shopping options in its characterful town centre. The town is renowned for its great food and drink, with several excellent restaurants and pubs in the town, while every year the town plays host to a number of vibrant festivals including the Ludlow Food and Drink Festival and The Medieval Fayre.
There are a number of well-regarded schools in the local area, including the independent Moor Park School, which is featured in The Good Schools Guide.
Ludlow mainline station offers good rail links to nearby cities, while the A49 provides access to the nationwide motorway network.
From our office, proceed up to the crossroads, before heading across King Street, turning right at The Buttercross and down Broad Street passing under the arch into Lower Broad Street where you will find the property near the bottom on the right hand side.Read all
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Sitting room
- Conservatory/dining room
- Four bedrooms (One en-suite)
- Two bath/showerrooms
- EPC: D
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