Diddlebury, Craven Arms

£595,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
This delightful detached character country home sits in a rural setting on the edge of the popular village of Diddlebury surrounded by beautiful Corvedale countryside. Outside the property sits in approx 1 acre that includes, gardens, paddock and double garage whilst accommodation is extremely spacious offering 5 good sized Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms and 3 Reception rooms and would easily suit dual family use or with an introduction of a kitchen in the milking barn section, a completely separate annexe. For those buyers who need to work from home this property will work for you. Viewing is highly recommended of this delightful country home. EPC D

Diddlebury is a pretty village nestled in the beautiful Corvedale with facilities in the village including: Primary School, Church and Village Hall. Within 2 miles of Diddlebury the neighbouring village of Aston Munslow offers a Shop with Post Office and Petrol Station and in the area a selection of local Public Houses. Historic Ludlow sits just under 9 miles away and is renowned for its' architecture, culture and festivals and equally the West Midlands towns of Telford, Bridgnorth and Wolverhampton further on are accessible for commuting.

Accommodation is fully described as follows:

Attractive oak framed Storm Porch and Double opening oak doors open to

Delightful Dining Hall

8.19m x 2.90m (26'10 x 9'6 )

With oak flooring, timbered features and oak cased windows

Sitting Room 1

5.90m x 4.62m (19'4 x 15'2 )

Has timbered features, large brick fireplace with inglenook and wood burning stove, oak floor, oak cased windows to garden and double opening oak cased doors.

Bedroom 1

5.29m x 4.65m (17'4 x 15'3 )

Having 3 oak cased windows overlooking garden and paddock, double opening doors to same, oak flooring and timbered features.

En-suite Shower Room (1)

2.52m x 2.42m (8'3 x 7'11 )

Having large walk in shower area with multi head shower, wc and wash hand basin in white, tiled floor, extensively tiled walls, oak cased window, walk in wardrobe with extensive hanging rails and access to roof space.

Bedroom 2

5.73m x 2.52m (18'10 x 8'3 )

Has 2 oak cased windows to side, beamed ceiling and oak floor

En-suite Shower Room (2)

Has tiled floor, extensively tiled walls, oak framed window to side, suite in white of wc, pedestal wash hand basin and corner shower cubicle with electric shower fitted.

Sitting Room 2

6.27m x 5.52m (20'7 x 18'1 )

Has 2 windows and double opening doors to rear garden with a lovely view over the paddock, oak floor and large bricked fireplace with heavy beam over.

Entrance Hall

Has oak cased windows to front, further window to side, heavy oak door, timbered ceiling and flag stone floor.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

4.74m x 3.61m (15'7 x 11'10 )

Has 2 upvc double glazed windows, flag stone floor and timbered ceiling. The kitchen is fitted with a range of matching units having granite work surfaces, stainless steel sink unit, gas hob with extractor positioned above, electric double oven adjacent, room for dishwasher, integrated fridge and freezer, room for table and chairs and double doors into

Conservatory

6.26m x 3.73m (20'6 x 12'3 )

Currently used as a dining room, has flag stone flooring with under floor heating. Being of upvc construction with built in window blinds and a lovely view over the garden and fields.

Utility Room

2.84m x 1.96m (9'4 x 6'5 )

Has window to side, flag stone floor, range of base cupboards and wall cupboards and ceramic sink unit. The Worcester oil fired boiler is housed in here and heats domestic hot water and radiators, there is also space and plumbing for a washing machine.

Inner Hallway

Has oak floor and 2 windows to rear.

Bedroom 3

3.61m x 3.60m (11'10 x 11'10 )

Has window, double doors to garden and high ceilings.

Bathroom 1

3.60m x 1.64m (11'10 x 5'5 )

Has window to garden, a modern suite in white of wash hand basin, wc, free standing scroll edged bath with shower attachment and a separate shower cubicle with tiled surrounds.

First Floor Landing

Has 2 velux roof windows and exposed ceiling trusses.

Bedroom 4

4.84m x 4.25m (15'11 x 13'11 )

Has 2 velux roof windows, double opening doors with Juliet balcony taking in this lovely view over the property's paddock, fitted wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail and shelf, under eaves storage.

Bedroom 5

3.94m x 2.65m (12'11 x 8'8 )

Has double doors to external stone steps leading back down to ground floor level, 2 velux up and over roof windows, fitted wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail and shelves.

Bathroom 2

Has velux double glazed roof window, timbered truss, oak floor, suite in white of pedestal wash hand basin, wc and free standing bath with telephone style shower attachment.

Outside:

The property is approached through a five bar gate onto a gravelled driveway which provides extensive parking. There is a detached double garage block, half being open at the front, the second having double opening doors, light and power fitted and window to side. Off the driveway there is a large ornamental pond, useful log store, raised stone edged borders, garden shed, stable block with 2 loose boxes and from here a further gate opens onto the property's paddock. The rear garden has a covered seating area with covered raised decked seating area, gravelled sections with sleeper edged beds and topiary, a further larger raised decked area which covers the swimming pool, although not in current use could be reinstated if required. There are then lawned gardens sitting at the side. Grounds and paddock total to approx an acre.

Services and Agent Note

Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage, oil fired heating via radiators, underfloor electric heating in the conservatory and the En-suite bathroom in bedroom 1. Bottled gas for cooker, telephone to BT regulations, windows are double glazed, some oak cased and some upvc.

Planning permission has been granted at neighbouring Honeydene for 3 holiday accommodation pods

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Directions:

As you approach the village from the Ludlow direction turn right and follow this lane through the village past the church turning right, sign posted Delbury Hall and then first left which leads to the property.

Local Authority:

Shropshire Council

Tenure:

The property is freehold

To view this property:

Contact the Ludlow Office on Tel: 01584 875207 or Craven Arms Office 01588 672728

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