Knowbury, Ludlow

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
This 3 bedroom detached stone cottage enjoys approximately 7 acres of garden and paddocks. Sitting in a lovely rural setting, well away from main roads with fantastic rural views. A location on its own like this is difficult to find yet is only around 5 miles into historic Ludlow. EPC Rating - E

The property sits in a rural location well away from main roads and is in close proximity to Knowbury Church and walking distance from the village which has a village hall and on the outskirts of the village The Bennetts End public house. A better range of facilities can be found approximately 2 miles away in Clee Hill which includes: Shop, Doctors Surgery, Junior School, Fish and Chip Shop. Historic Ludlow is approximately 5 miles in distance and offers a comprehensive range of facilities to include a mainline railway station.

Upper glazed door leads into

Entrance Hallway

with quarry tiled floor, exposed ceiling timbers, window to rear and staircase rising to first floor

Large Lounge / Dining Room

8.22m x 3.50m (26'11 x 11'5 )

with door and 2 windows to front elevation enjoying this lovely view. There is a feature fireplace with stove and shelved alcove to side.


4.26m x 2.40m (13'11 x 7'10 )

with timbered ceiling, window to rear elevation, range of base cupboards with stainless steel sink unit, planned space for cooker and room for fridge

Utility Room

2.40m x 2.27m (7'10 x 7'5 )

with window to rear, quarry tiled floor, space and plumbing for washing machine and the Worcester oil fired boiler is housed in here and heats domestic hot water and radiators. Door to rear and door into


with window to rear and a suite of wc and wash hand basin

First Floor Landing

with window to rear and access to roof space

Bedroom 1

4.42m x 3.60m (14'6 x 11'9 )

with 2 windows to frontage taking in this fantastic view, exposed timbered features, double doors into wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail and high level cupboard

Bedroom 2

3.76m x 3.70m (12'4 x 12'1 )

with window to frontage and exposed timbered features

Bedroom 3

4.30m x 2.40m (14'1 x 7'10 )

with window to rear and double doors into airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and extensive shelving


2.40m x 1.80m (7'10 x 5'10 )

with exposed floorboards, window to rear, suite in white of wc, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled bath with electric shower over


The property is approached off a lane, through a gate leading down a track across one of the fields the property owns to the cottage where some gravelled parking can be found and an open fronted sectional garage. Gated access then leads to the property s garden which sits to both front and rear, extremely mature with an array of trees and plants and a concreted seating area at the front of the cottage taking in the lovely view. Adjoining the cottage, doored access opens into a useful Workshop / Store. The property enjoys a total of 6.97 acres of pasture and an old stable block also in the grounds but in need of upgrading.

Local Authority:

Shropshire Council, tax band - D


Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage, oil fired heating to radiators. Broadband speeds: 9 50 Mbps, Flood Risk very low.

Agents Note:

Please note there is a footpath which runs down through the plot following the line of the track.


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