A unique 5 bedroom converted rectory, with attractive accommodation located in an excellent village.
The Laurels is a superb family home, with five bedrooms and attractive period features, set in the desirable village of Wistanstow. The property boasts fine accommodation, finished with a real eye for detail, with exposed timber, and original fittings, including sash windows, combining with contemporary features, including recessed LED lighting, to create a thoroughly pleasant living space.
Entering the property, you are greeted by a splendid entrance hall with original tiled flooring. There are three reception rooms to the ground floor the large drawing room, the sitting room and music room, which are adjoined by folding doors. All three spaces are welcoming and comfortable, with the drawing room and sitting rooms featuring wood burning stoves, and the drawing room benefitting from French doors opening onto a small balcony area overlooking the rear gardens.
The kitchen and utility room are found on the lower ground floor, with the kitchen including an Aga and plenty of space for a dining table. There are three generous bedrooms to the first floor, including the master, with its en suite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe, plus a family bathroom and shower room. Two further double bedrooms are located on the second floor.
The Laurels benefits from a garage and an ample parking area to the front of the property. There is a pretty front courtyard garden which leads to the front door. The pretty gardens to the rear of the property are mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and hedges. The gardens are a wonderful settings for entertaining or relaxing and enjoying the beautiful views of the glorious surrounding countryside.
The small village of Wistanstow lies on the edge of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, surrounded by rolling countryside. The village has a local pub, a primary school and a village hall, and benefits from easy access to the A49, which offers connections to the towns of Ludlow to the south and Church Stretton to the north. Church Stretton boasts a good range of everyday amenities, including local shops, restaurants and pubs, and a selection of excellent schools. The town has its own mainline station, on the line between Manchester and Cardiff. Historic Ludlow boasts wonderful architecture and a rich history, and is renowned for its great food and drink, with several excellent restaurants and pubs in the town, while every year the town plays host to the Ludlow Food and Drink Festival.
From Ludlow head north on the A49 for approximately 9 miles. Turn left sign posted to Wistanstow. Proceed for 0.3 miles and at the junction turn right, continue for a short distance and turn right just before the church and proceed up the lane. The Laurels is the mid terrace and the first property you arrive at.Read all
- * Sitting room, Drawing room, Music room
- * Kitchen, Pantry, Utility
- * Master bedroom with en suite bathroom
- * 4 Further bedrooms
- * Family bathroom, Shower room, Cloakroom
- * Gardens
- * EPC rating F
- Map & Street View
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