A superb detached property in stunning gardens
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The Cornmill is a unique property tucked away and only partly visible from the lane; the full extent of the property cannot be fully appreciated until viewed from the beautiful grounds. Sympathetically restored by a previous owner, the property provides excellent accommodation arranged over three floors and retains many period features. Open fireplace, tiled and wooden floors along with exposed wall and ceiling timbers have been incorporated and sit comfortably within the open plan layout of the living accommodation. The open plan breakfast / kitchen / sitting room has oak French doors leading to a paved terrace. Tiled throughout, there are a range of fitted units in the kitchen with an integrated dishwasher, electric oven/grill and separate hob, whilst adjacent to the kitchen is a walk in cool pantry and a snug. There is also a separate utility/laundry room including a pulley clothes airer. The studio can be accessed from the snug or from French doors off the terrace and is arranged over two floors. This offers potential to be converted into a self-contained annex with scope to incorporate the adjoining workshop (subject to the necessary planning consents). The studio is light and airy with a high arched ceiling and part of the former mill workings is featured on the staircase. The formal living space is located on the first floor with an open plan dining room, drawing room, games room and office. This is a wonderful space in which to entertain guests, with exposed wooden floor boards, open fire and triple aspect windows providing excellent views of the gardens and countryside beyond. An oak staircase leads up to the spacious second floor landing which features exposed brickwork and beams. The master bedroom has an en-suite shower/dressing room. There are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is access from all floors to various levels of the garden and grounds. Overall, The Cornmill is a rare delight, offering a wonderful eclectic mix of open plan modern day room layouts combined with attractive original features and set in beautiful gardens and grounds.
This property has 0.72 acres of land.
The Cornmill is accessed off a brick paved driveway with private parking. There is an open bay stone and red brick double garage which has loft space above. Nestled below the level of the lane, the rear boundary adjoins open fields providing sweeping views across the surrounding countryside. The gardens have been thoughtfully laid out and incorporate an ornamental pond, terraced rockery and beautiful walkways through the lawn which is interspersed with mature trees and flowering borders. There is also a greenhouse surrounded by a vegetable garden and an orchard which has a variety of fruit trees. A beautiful stone wall with arched oak door borders the top of the garden and provides another access point to the lane. There is a brick potting shed adjoining the fuel store which offers storage space. The garden has a terraced paved sitting area from which to enjoy the fine views.
The pretty village of Stoke St. Milborough has a strong sense of community, with the popular village hall and church hosting a lively events calendar. The historic and vibrant market town of Ludlow, renowned for its independent cafes, boutiques and festivals, is just 7.5 miles away, and there are several highly regarded state and independent schools within the local area. The M54 J7/A5 is just over 17.5 miles away, and mainline rail services to London are available from Ludlow and Craven Arms stations.
From Ludlow take the A4117 signposted to Kidderminster. After about one mile take turn left onto the B4364 to Bridgnorth. Continue through the village of Middleton and into Clee Downton, where you will see a sign on the left hand side signposted to Stoke St Milborough. Take this left hand turn and continue into the village of Stoke St Milborough, where after a sharp left hand bend The Cornmill is the first property on the left, identified by a name plaque.Read all
- Breakfast kitchen/sitting room with adjacent pantry
- Utility and laundry room
- Open plan dining hall/drawing room
- Music room and separate study
- Master bedroom with en-suite shower and three further bedrooms served by family bathroom
- Studio with potential for conversion to self-contained annex (subject to necessary consents)
- Landscaped gardens and countryside views
- Double garage, workshop, potting shed
- About 0.718 acres (0.3 ha)
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