An extensive town property

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Victory House is believed to date from the 18th Century with later additions. This expansive property boasts many period features including panelled reception rooms, high ceilings, feature fireplaces, and shuttered sash windows. A mural painted by Bruce Bairnsfather (known for his Fragments from France cartoons, published during World War One) is painted on the wall above the staircase with the motto “Old soldiers never die, they simply fade away” – a reminder that Victory House has been The Royal Legion Club since 1946 purchased after World War II for the benefit of soldiers returning from the war. Victory House offers well-proportioned rooms and benefits from two staircases making it extremely flexible accommodation arranged over three floors and is suitable for a variety of uses subject to consents.

Lot 2 There is an enclosed rear garden with vehicular parking accessed through a gated entrance approached from Raven Lane. This area may offer potential as a building plot subject to consents.

For sale as a whole or in two lots. Please note that lot 2 will not be sold until lot 1 has exchanged contracts.

General Services: Mains water, drainage, electricity, gas. Local authority: Shropshire Council: 0345 678 9000. Fixtures and fittings: All fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation. Wayleaves, rights of way and easements: The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether mentioned in these particulars or not. Agents notes: 1. The property is Grade II listed. 2. The current planning category is D1 non residential institutional use.

Outside

Lot 1: There is a paved patio to the rear of Lot 1. Additional garden space could be made if the ground floor function room was demolished - subject to consents.

Lot 2 There is an enclosed rear garden with vehicular parking accessed through a gated entrance approached from Raven Lane. This area may offer potential as a building plot subject to consents.

For sale as a whole or in two lots. Please note that lot 2 will not be sold until lot 1 has exchanged contracts.

Situation

Mill Street is located off Castle Square in the thriving market town of Ludlow which retains an immense popularity from both locals and visitors alike. The town is famed for independent shops, Listed buildings, Michelin starred restaurants, and vibrant annual festivals. Communications in the area are excellent - Ludlow train station is on the main Manchester to Cardiff line, with London a little over 3 hours’ away and Birmingham International airport is just over an hour’s drive away. The A49 which links the county town of Shrewsbury in the north to the cathedral city of Hereford in the south can be picked up just outside Ludlow and it is possible to connect to the M5 and the motorway network via the A4117.

Directions

From the office of Strutt & Parker, proceed along King Street - passing the Buttercross - into the High Street which leads to Castle Square. Mill Street is located on the left hand side, and the property can be found a short distance down the hill on the left hand side.

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Ref: LUD140318

Mill Street Ludlow Shropshire SY8

Guide Price
£750,000

Ref: LUD140318

Mill Street Ludlow Shropshire SY8

Guide Price
£750,000