Ford Street, Clun, Shropshire

Guide Price £580,000

Available

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A truly charming Grade II Listed four / five bedroom character detached house, which has been tastefully restored by the current owners, in the beautiful countryside setting of Clun. The property boasts a private garden, off road parking and separate downstairs living accommodation, benefitting from village amenities, making it A REAL MUST SEE!!!
A truly charming Grade II Listed four / five bedroom character detached house, which has been tastefully restored by the current owners, in the beautiful countryside setting of Clun. The property boasts a private garden, off road parking and separate downstairs living accommodation, benefitting from village amenities, making it A REAL MUST SEE!!!

Introduction
Originally a pub and hotel, this very pretty Grade II listed property, has been beautifully renovated and restored by the current owner creating a unique blend of retained original features and modern, warm, comfortable living. The property is atypical to many properties of this period in that it benefits from ample storage space, good ceiling heights and is very light. It's extremely versatile in its layout, but currently is arranged as four double bedrooms and attic study room, upstairs family bathroom, two lounges and a dining hall, bespoke kitchen, breakfast room/family room, study, utility, shower room, which could be made into an annexe for a relative or used as separate business accommodation.

Property Description
You enter the property and immediately are greeted by the stunning dining hall, which has been decorated to create an amazingly atmospheric room, with original flagstone flooring and a large inglenook, with ships beam over, and wood burning stove, painted beams, a tongue and grooved divider makes an intimate hallway leading to a large cellar, lounge and kitchen. The largely dry cellar has electricity and STLPC could be tanked to ever expand the versatility of this house. The kitchen is located on the right of the hallway and has been extended to give an oak conservatory style end, which offers a feeling of light and space, there is a bespoke kitchen, with door to the garden, has a range of floor units with rounded corner cupboards, granite worktops, a turquoise AIMS Aga, Siemans integrated oven and hotplate, integrated dishwasher, and large pantry style full height cupboard unit housing the double Maytag fridge freezer, the kitchen's flagstone flooring opens into a front aspect family room, with oak flooring, window seat, and small fireplace with stone surround. The kitchen has a door, passing through a small driveway hallway into what is currently the owners office, with a glazed stable doors, and a guest cloakroom and utility off, which could be bedroom 5 or converted into a granny annexe. The formal lounge is a large and bright double aspect room with original wide timbered flooring and wood burning Clearview stove in a stone surround, beamed ceiling with a real Jane Austen feel a superb room to entertain.




Garden and parking
Having an extensive patio surround the garden to Ship House is partially walled, mainly laid to lawn with raised decked area to catch the evening sun with mature trees and shrubs, roof top views, shed, and a driveway for parking.

Services
Council tax Band
The property's oilfired central heating is generated by the new green' external Worcester combi boiler
Unmetered water supply on a shared mains feed.
Phase 3 power supply
High speed broadband

Location
Clun is a popular vibrant (very small) town community nestled on the English/Welsh border in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty in the Shropshire Hills. Clun is divided in two by the 15th century Packhorse Bridge, which crosses over the Clun river and also has the remains of a Norman castle. Clun has a range of services to include a convenience store, two coffee shops, OFSTED good primary school, surgery, post office, community centre with a long established toddler's club, children's playground, two pubs and a garage. There are comprehensive sporting facilities within easy reach at both Bishop's Castle and Ludlow and plentiful thriving clubs and associations.
From Clun there is easy access to the train stations of Ludlow and Craven Arms from which access to Cardiff, London, Birmingham and Manchester is possible. There are a range of excellent day, flexi- and full boarding preparatory and public schools all within easy reach.

NOTE: These particulars are intended only as a guide to prospective Buyers/Tenants to enable them to decide whether to make further enquiries with a view to taking up negotiations but they are otherwise not intended to be relied upon in any way for any purpose whatsoever and accordingly neither their accuracy nor the continued availability of the property is in any way guaranteed and they are furnished on the express understanding that neither the Agents nor the Vendors are to be or become under any liability or claim in respect of their contents. Any prospective Tenant must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of the particulars contained.

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