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Seifton View, Culmington, Ludlow, Shropshire, SY8

6 bedroom detached house for sale

OPEN DAY SATURDAY 28TH JULY 2018 - BOOK YOUR PLACE - CALL 01584 875 555.
Set within over four acres of level pasture land, a charming six bedroom country cottage together with a four bedroom detached barn conversion. An ideal equestrian property with two flat paddocks and an orchard, stables and barn.

6 bedroom cottage with flexible accommodation up to 2649ft2
Further self-contained, 4 bedroom barn conversion, ideal for letting or additional family accommodation
Paddocks, stable, barn
Secret mature pond garden
Extending to 4.08 acres in total
Sought after village of Culmington

Seifton View is a detached six bedroom cottage with the ability to extend further internally and is an ideal home with an income, having a detached four bedroom barn conversation. There are over four acres of good pasture land, which is ideal for horses or other livestock.

Located in the village of Culmington on the B4365 Ludlow to Much Wenlock road the property is approached through gates between the paddocks and gardens down a Cotswold chipped stone drive. There is parking for several vehicles, with a variety of sheds and outbuildings providing useful additional storage and work space.

The cottage is entered via a glazed porch and into the welcoming hallway which provides access to the snug, which has a log burning stove and an attractive stone fireplace. Exposed timbers on the wall provide a sense of the history of the property. A further lounge is also accessed form the hall, with exposed beams and a fire grate with an attractive Victorian fireplace surround.

The kitchen has a range of floor and wall mounted units which accommodate an integrated oven, hob and a fridge freezer. There is also a useful window opening from the kitchen to the snug and to the rear of the kitchen is the utility room which also acts as a boot and coat room. A door leads to the rear garden.

The dining room, with attractive feature stone wall, is easily accessed from the kitchen and is ideal for entertaining. From here one can find the family room, with more exposed beams and a further log burner. There is a convenient, downstairs shower room adjacent to a further rear porch providing access out to the side of the property. There is a secondary stair case leading to two double bedrooms.

Stairs from the main hall lead to a first floor landing which provides access to the master bedroom which benefits from an en suite bathroom, three further bedrooms and a family shower-room.

The cottage has delightful mature and private gardens, with a variety of mixed trees, shrubs and plants. There is also an attractive summer house.

The detached barn conversion has been converted sympathetically to retain many original features and offers all ground floor accommodation to include, four bedrooms, kitchen/breakfast room, family bathroom, WC/utility (with plumbing for a shower cubicle if desired), well proportioned “L-shaped” sitting room with access to a rear terrace which has views over the paddocks and to Brown Clee beyond. There is a secure private garden and it benefits from its own access. This property is ideal for letting accommodation or for a dependant relative who wishes to remain close to family but retain independence. The barn has its own boiler, oil tank, metered electricity supply and shares the water supply but can be metered if desired.

Outside there are two fields split in to three paddocks of flat and level pasture land. There is convenient road access to both fields and both enjoy a water supply. A useful barn houses a stable and an area for haylage etc. This barn benefits from power and a water supply. There is a productive kitchen garden from which our clients enjoy a variety of produce. There is a further, secret garden with a variety of mature trees and shrubs surrounding a small pond which provides a tranquil, private and peaceful space to enjoy.

Agents note:
There is a bridle path running through the paddocks. The property is a registered smallholding; further details can be provided upon request.

Tenure: Freehold.

Services: Mains water, electricity, private drainage (septic tank). We understand that the property benefits from broadband. No services have been tested by the agent. Each property has its own independent boiler and oil tank.

Local Authority: Shropshire Council. Council Tax Band F.

Direction:
From Ludlow head north on the A49 for approximately 0.69 miles and take the B4365 Bridgnorth Road signposted “Culmington 3 ½ miles”. Continue past the Ludlow Golf Course and Race course and proceed for 3.8 miles, through the village and out towards Bridgnorth and the property is on the right hand side as indicated by the agents for sale board.

From Ludlow head north on the A49 for approximately 0.69 miles and take the B4365 Bridgnorth Road signposted “Culmington 3 ½ miles”. Continue past the Ludlow Golf Course and Race course and proceed for 3.8 miles, through the village and out towards Bridgnorth and the property is on the right hand side as indicated by the agents for sale board.

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