An exceptional Grade II Listed town house with an exquisite garden
A spectacular example of Mid-18th Century architecture, number 12a is a handsome property which commands an excellent position within Ludlow town.
Numerous period features are scattered throughout the extensive accommodation adding to the property’s great appeal, ranging from wide oak floor boards, traditional fireplaces and sash windows to exposed timbers.
On entering the property there is a spacious formal drawing room with a corner fireplace housing a gas fire, exposed timbers and ample dining and entertaining space. There is a useful under stair cupboard and separate shower room with WC. Located to the rear of the property is a bright and recently extended spacious kitchen with a vaulted ceiling and full length windows on two sides to enjoy the view out to the garden. The kitchen has a range of wall and base units along with space for a breakfast table.
On the first floor is a spacious landing which was used as a study but which could be converted back into a bedroom subject to planning permission. The main bedroom is located to the front of the property with sash windows and fitted wardrobes. There is a bathroom on the first floor and a further double bedroom with large built-in cupboards on the 2nd floor.
The landscaped garden is a private oasis and provides a variety of established planting, along with a small pond and an outside dining area. There is a small patio located next to the main house and a number of raised beds flowing through the garden as well as two useful sheds, one with an electrical supply.
Mill Street is without a doubt one of Ludlow’s finest addresses, and in a more recent Telegraph article noted as one of the prettiest streets in Britain to live. Ludlow has all of the everyday facilities you would expect, as well as being renowned for its listed buildings, thriving restaurants, and vibrant annual festivals.
The surrounding countryside offers wonderful walks and cycling and Ludlow itself boasts a popular golf course and horse racing.
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 motorway network via the A4117.
From the offices of Strutt & Parker proceed along King Street, High Street and across the Castle quare. Turn left onto Mill St. and proceed down the hill. 12a is located on the left shortly after the turning to Bell lane.Read all
- • Drawing room, Kitchen/breakfast room
- • Two double bedroom, Large landing/study/potential third bedroom
- • Family bathroom, Ground floor shower room
- • Landscaped garden
- • Central and prominent location
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