A charming grade II listed house set in beautiful gardens and enjoying outstanding views.
Home to the current owners for forty years who have renovated and extended the property to create excellent living space with lots of period features and charm throughout including exposed beams and fireplaces. The kitchen breakfast room has an excellent range of cupboards and drawers with many built in appliances including an oil- fired Aga, with an oven and hob for alternate use. The kitchen steps up into the snug and then opens into the sitting room which has a Clearview stove set in the inglenook fireplace and doors opening into the conservatory and in turn, the garden. At the back of the sitting room is a garden room extension off which is a door into the study. The dining room is off the hallway to the rear of the kitchen and also has a wood burning stove. Upstairs is the principal bedroom suite which is dual aspect and has a dressing room and en suite bathroom. There are three further bedrooms and a house bathroom. From most rooms there are fine views out over the gardens and towards various hills beyond.The house has oil fired central heating and has double glazing throughout. The house was listed in 1989 after the windows had been replaced and the extensions added.Garden and groundsGates from the lane open onto a large gravelled driveway, where there is plenty of parking and access to the garage / workshop. There are a number of terraces located around the house with lots of spaces for outside entertaining and taking in the views. A beautiful Yew Tree (with TPO) stands in the corner on the drive with pathways beyond running through the charming cottage gardens with flower beds and borders interspersed between lawns which lead down to a small wooded area. There is a wildlife pond, garden shed and greenhouse in the lower section of the garden with compost heap and vegetable gardens bordering onto the farmland.Property informationTenure Freehold.Services Mains water and electricity. Oil Fired central heating. Private drainage to septic tank.Local authority Shropshire council. Tel: 0345 678 9000Energy Performance Certificate Exempt due to listing.
29 Walkmills sits beautifully amidst farmland and glorious rolling countryside and is just a short distance from the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. From many rooms far reaching views to the surrounding hills with The Wrekin, Caradoc, Lawley, Ragleth and The Longmynd all in sight. Located one mile from the village of Leebotwood where there is a church, pub and village hall and about 4.5 miles from Church Stretton with schools, pubs, restaurants and shops with a station on the Manchester to Cardiff line. The County town of Shrewsbury is just eight miles to the north with a wide range of services and facilities.DistancesLeebotwood 1 mile, Shrewsbury 8 miles, Church Stretton 4.9 miles (Distances and time approximate).Directions (Postcode SY6 6NJ)From Shrewsbury, head south and turn right, off the A49 just before Leebotwood, bearing right at the junction in the lane. Stay on this lane and after 1 mile from A49, you will find the property on the right-hand side of the lane. From Church Stretton, proceed north on the A49 and just after The Pound Inn, turn left off the A49. After 0.3 miles turn right and at the next junction bear left and stay on this lane until you reach the property.What3words: ///bloom.pods.vaguehttps://w3w.co/bloom.pods.vague