A charming conversion of a period Church Hall to provide excellent accommodation, parking and garden.
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The Old Hall has had many uses prior to its conversion in 2006 including meeting rooms for the church and in its later stages as an antiques showroom. It now provides excellent accommodation that is arranged over two floors with parking to the front and a garden to the rear.
A pathway leads to the front door that is on the side of the house, opening into a spacious hallway with a pine staircase leading up to a galleried landing on the first floor.
To the front of the house is a large sitting room with a wood effect gas fire set within an ornate hearth. The original front doors now a large glazed window that allows plenty of light from the south elevation. A second reception room is used as a dining room and library and again has a wood burning gas effect fire with ornate surround.
The kitchen is a more modern addition and has a good range of cupboards and drawers, plenty of work surface space and a breakfast bar. There are integrated appliances including double oven and hob, dishwasher and fridge freezer. The utility and WC are set off the kitchen.
Upstairs there are four double bedrooms, three of which have built in bedroom furniture, and two having ensuite shower rooms. There is also a family bathroom. The fourth bedroom is currently fitted out and used as a study. All of the windows are double glazed and there is gas fired central heating with radiators to all rooms.
To the front of the house there is an in and out tarmac driveway which can accommodate up to three cars (depending on size).
The pathway to the side of the house where there is a paved terrace that in turn leads to a landscaped garden where there are sheds and a greenhouse.
Set just a stone's throw from Ludlow's thriving town centre, The Old Hall is within half a mile of the market square and just a little further (if walking) to the town's train station.
Whitcliffe Common and The Breadwalk along the River Teme are not far away for those wishing to enjoy the countryside around Ludlow.
The town still has a great range of local retailers and farmer's markets as well as national supermarkets and shops. It hosts a number of festivals throughout the year that makes it a vibrant place to live and there are also a number of local schools.
The Catherdal City of Hereford is to the south and the County Town of Shrewsbury is to the north for those who seek a wider range of shopping or leisure and are accessible both by the A49 and the regular trains that run on the Manchester to Cardiff Line.
From our office, proceed over the top of the Bull Ring and down Old Street to the bottom before turning right (on the bend) and following the road for a short distance where you will see The Old Hall on the left hand side.Read all
- Sitting Room
- Dining Room
- Four bedrooms (Two ensuite)
- Off Road Parking
- EPC Rating E
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