A charming three bedroom period property which enjoys an enviable position with wonderful views

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  • D Energy Efficiency Rating

A charming three bedroom period property which enjoys an enviable position with wonderful views over the surrounding countryside.

Enjoying spectacular and unspoilt views from most of the rooms, the accommodation at Upper Pentiken is well presented and boasts some lovely period features, adding to its immense character.

Upper Pentiken is well situated being less than 4 miles from Clun which has good local amenities, two good pubs and excellent walks near Offers Dyke. Clun is also home to their local annual Green Man Festival. The property is also less than 10 miles from Craven Arms and Knighton.

Accommodation briefly comprises of a utility room, cloakroom, kitchen, dining room, sitting room, master bedroom with dressing room, two further double bedrooms and family bathroom. Externally the property benefits from a garden store, workshop with log store, a detached stone barn, well maintained gardens and a large garage.

Outside

Term - Minimum Term 12 months.

Tenancy - Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement under the provisions of the Housing Act 1988.

Srutt and Parker are advised that the property is in Council Tax Band E

Local Authority: Shropshire County Council.

Rent - £850.00 per calendar month to be paid monthly in advance.

Deposit - £1,062.50 being the equivalent to 5 weeks rent, to be paid upon commencement of the Tenancy agreement.

EPC Rating - D

Situation

The picturesque rural village of Newcastle retains a community hall, church and a public house with the nearby popular market town of Clun offering an excellent range of everyday facilities and boasting a dramatic castle ruin and medieval stone bridge. There is also a junior school which enjoys an excellent reputation.

Located entirely in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty as well as in a Conservation Area, the surrounding area is a favoured starting point for walkers who wish to explore the Shropshire Way, the Jack Mytton Way or the local circular walks where the surrounding countryside is particularly beautiful and inspiring. Communications are good with the B4368 down the Clun valley linking to Craven Arms and the A49, which in turn connects the cathedral city of Hereford in the south to the county town of Shrewsbury in the north. At Ludlow the A4117 links to Kidderminster, the M5, the West Midlands conurbation and beyond. Craven Arms is on the Manchester to Cardiff railway line, with trains to London taking little over 3 hours.

Directions

From Ludlow, head north on the A49 to Craven Arms and turn left at the roundabout onto the B4368 Clun Road. Continue to Clun and proceed through the town, bearing left to go over the bridge and then turning right signposted Newtown, remaining on the B4368. Continue to the village of Newcastle, passing The Crown Inn on the right hand side. Upon reaching the crossroads (on a bend) bear left and proceed for 1.6 miles before taking a right hand fork up a single track lane. The property's driveway can be found on the left hand side after 0.4 miles and is denoted by its name plaque.

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Other features

  • Sitting Room
  • Dining Room
  • Kitchen
  • Utility
  • Cloakroom
  • Master Bedroom with Dressing Room
  • 2 Further Bedrooms
  • Family Bathroom
  • Workshop & Garden Store
  • Gardener Included in Rent
  • Detached Barn

Other details

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Ref: SWY140035

Newcastle Craven Arms Shropshire SY7

Asking Price
£196 per week

Ref: SWY140035

Newcastle Craven Arms Shropshire SY7

Asking Price
£196 per week