A beautiful farmhouse with paddocks, outbuildings and charming gardens.

The property A period stone fronted farmhouse that provides excellent accommodation with plenty of living space to the ground floor with three bedroom suites and two further bedrooms with a bathroom to the second floor. There is plenty of charm and character and the property is well presented throughout. There are two reception rooms either side of the hallway, one having a wood burning stove and both having views down the garden to the countryside beyond.

A study and dining room are in the middle section and to the rear of the house overlooking the garden and fields is a superb garden room with roof lantern making it a very light room which is off the fitted kitchen breakfast room. There is an excellent boot room and utility which is accessed off the driveway for everyday use.

Outside

Outside The long driveway sweeps to the side of the house where there is extensive parking bordered by lawns and flower beds. At the side of the driveway is a substantial portal frame barn that provides excellent storage but also has consent for being replaced with a new structure to provide garaging and studio over.

Another range of buildings that lie away from the house are garages and stables has wonderful potential. There is an application pending for the demolition and rebuild for a separate residential dwelling, but it also provides the space for garaging and storage. This area backs onto a natural pond.

There are also gardens to the front of the house with a gravelled terrace with stone paths leading onto a further lawn. The majority of the gardens are to the rear of the house. Off the dining room and garden room is a decking area with steps down to the lawn which slopes gently towards the paddock. There are fruit trees and a splendid vegetable garden as well as mature flower beds and borders. Overall, the house stands in just under 4.7 acres of grounds which includes about 2.4 acres of well fenced paddocks that are accessed off the driveway. There is also a very good stable block with three loose boxes, feed store and hay barn.

Situation

Location Upper Bromdon is set in a small rural hamlet to the east of Ludlow amongst the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

It is well placed for access to excellent walks, riding and from many rooms and from the grounds, you enjoy wonderful views out over the surrounding countryside. The nearby towns of Ludlow and Bridgnorth provide a good range of day to day facilities and the nearby village of Ditton Priors and Cleobury North have a shop. There is a local pub at Wheathill. Telford and Wolverhampton are considered commutable, the latter having a train station with direct line to London.

Directions

Directions From Ludlow, take the A4117 towards Kidderminster, after 0.9 miles turn left on the B4364, signposted Bridgnorth. After 5.6 miles take the turning right, signposted Bromdon. Proceed for 0.7 miles and the property will be found on your left-hand side.

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Other features

  • Hall
  • Drawing room
  • itting room
  • Dining room
  • Garden room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Study
  • Utility
  • Rear hall
  • Five bedrooms (Three en-suite)
  • Bathroom
  • Garden
  • Paddock
  • Barn with permission to convert to garage/studio
  • Outbuilding with development potential - subject to planning
  • About 4.7 acres
  • EPC: D

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Ref: LUD190245

Wheathill Bridgnorth Shropshire WV16

Guide Price
£800,000

Ref: LUD190245

Wheathill Bridgnorth Shropshire WV16

Guide Price
£800,000