The Old Shop House, Bedlam, near Ludlow, Shropshir £475,000
Nock Deighton - Ludlow
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This very attractive country residence combines many character features of its historic origin with all of the comforts of modern living.
Once the village shop, the house has been considerably extended to provide very comfortable and well maintained accommodation which has been improved and enjoyed by its present owners for over twenty years. With oil fired central heating and full double glazing the house has the benefit of a mains water supply and mains drainage.
Exposed timbers are in evidence throughout the accommodation. Special features to note include the large open plan kitchen and breakfast area in addition to which there is a good size utility/laundry room. The split level dining and sitting room has an inglenook fireplace with 'Clearview' wood burning stove. There is a very spacious drawing room 19'5" x 14'2" which adjoins a comfortable and substantial conservatory 15'10" x 11'7". A ground floor bathroom has been recently refurbished containing a top quality suite.
On the first floor are four bedrooms and a dressing room as well as a bathroom/WC.
Special attention should be brought to the particularly large integral garage/workshop 22' x 19'8". There is also a considerable amount of vehicle parking space to the front and the rear of the house.
The surrounding grounds have been very well maintained and landscaped with lawned areas, a multitude of shrubs and plants and a small grass paddock of about one third of an acre. A substantial open fronted summerhouse with barbecue chimney provides an ideal setting for al fresco dining whilst enjoying the views.
The small village of Bedlam is about 7 miles from historic Ludlow, a collection of houses and cottages bordering the common hill land of Titterstone Clee. It is a cul-de-sac village and provides magnificent opportunities for hill walking.