Originally believed to be a farm workers home this period cottage has been sensitively extended over time creating charming and spacious accommodation. There is further potential to extend to both sides subject to the necessary planning consents being obtained.
Situated within attractively landscaped gardens, including a water feature, gravel garden, multiple al fresco seating areas and mature planting, this spacious and versatile home has staggering and extensive rural views across the Shropshire countryside towards the Wrekin, Lyth Hill and the Church Stretton hills.
The solid front door opens to the porch with windows to two sides and part glazed door opening to the sitting room. This incredibly charming, dual aspect room is the heart of this cottage with the stairs to the first floor discreetly set to one side. The inglenook fireplace is an impressive feature of this spacious room with exposed bricks, stonework and feature beams with an inset multi-fuel stove.
Double doors open to the light and airy double-glazed conservatory with views to the garden. Sliding door opens to an al fresco dining area with steps rising through the mature planting to the top of the rear garden.
Radiating off the inner hall the dining room is a delightful, square room with dual aspect windows and rural views to the side and could be used as a study, snug or ground floor bedroom. The breakfast kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of oak units under contrasting work surfaces and complementary tiling and has ample room for free standing dining furniture and attractive views to the front across the gardens to the lawn and fruit trees.
The utility room, under stairs storage cupboard, double garage and shower room completes the downstairs accommodation.
The wide staircase rises from the sitting room to the first floor. All the first floor rooms radiate off the light flooded landing with rear rural and garden views and an angled vaulted ceiling. The principle bedroom has dual aspect windows and a part vaulted ceiling with an attractive stripped pine period door. There are two further double bedrooms, both with dual aspect rural view across the Shropshire countryside and a further single bedroom. Completing the first floor accommodation is the family bathroom, with windows to the front.
Agents Note: Our client is currently awaiting for Probate to be granted (September 2021)