• Clunbury, Craven Arms

Clunbury, Craven Arms

Detached house
Sold STC Guide price £350,000
Find out more:0333 121 4950
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Property Features
  • Wonderful panoramic views over the surrounding countryside – an ‘area of outstanding natural beauty’
  • The property has been carefully extended and improved to create a very comfortable, modern and attractive home
  • Lovely and varied cottage gardens extending to just under half an acre
  • A delightful sitting room with French doors leading to a patio, and affording superb views over the surrounding countryside and the garden
  • Dining Hall with exposed ceiling timbers and oak flooring
  • Large master bedroom, with dressing area and ensuite bathroom
  • Detached double garage/large Workshop

Property Description
‘Stunning’ is the only word which adequately describes the beauty of the views from this charming property. Originally two farm cottages built around 1850 on the Powys Estate, they have been combined to provide a unique home in a peaceful setting, on the edge of the village of Clunbury in an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’, just 12 miles from Ludlow.
The lovely and varied cottage gardens extend to just under half an acre, and include lawned sitting-out areas, flower beds, shrubbery, a  vegetable garden and woodland, and afford extensive views over the Clun Valley, towards the Longmynd and Offa’s Dyke.

The property has been owned by the same family for about 60 years and has been carefully extended and improved to create a very comfortable, modern and attractive home.

In summary, downstairs is an open-plan sitting room & dining hall, kitchen/breakfast room, utility and shower room.  Upstairs are three bedrooms (master with dressing area and ensuite), plus a separate room with toilet and washbasin.

DETAILS:

Mossy Glen is a very pretty stone cottage situated on the edge of the village of Clunbury. The property has the most wonderful panoramic views over the surrounding countryside and the agents have no hesitation in recommending an inspection of this property.

Clunbury is famously mentioned in Houseman’s ‘The Shropshire Lad’. The village has its own primary school and the Church of St Swithin in the Centre.  The village is situated in the lovely Clun Valley between Craven Arms and Clun.  Craven Arms offers a good range of local amenities including supermarket, shops and main line railway station.

The accommodation is more fully described as follows:

Entrance Door to Reception Porch with tiled flooring  Windows to front and side.  Glazed door leads through to:

Dining Hall with exposed ceiling timbers and oak flooring.  2 radiators.  Dual aspect windows to the front and to the rear having Westmorland slate sills and offering wonderful views over the surrounding countryside.  An archway with steps leads to

Sitting  Room. A delightful room with fireplace inset with cast iron Efel oil fired stove on a Westmorland slate hearth. Radiator and night storage heater.  Wall lights. 3 windows, plus French doors leading to a patio, and affording superb views over the surrounding countryside and the garden.

From the Dining Hall a door leads to:

Kitchen/Breakfast Room nicely fitted with shaker style wall and floor units.  Beech work surface with stainless steel sink unit, 1 ½ bowl, mixer tap.  4 ring gas hob (LPG) with fan and light above.  Built in Neff oven with Neff microwave above.  Space for fridge.  Centre light and spot lights.  Radiator.  Slate flooring. Window to the front and side again with far reaching views. A pine door leads to

Utility Room with wall and floor units, heat resistant work surfaces.  Sink unit with mixer tap, newly installed Worcester oil fired central heating boiler. Space for fridge freezer. Radiator. Slate floor and window to rear. Window and door to the side. 

Pine door leads to

Shower Room with quadrant shower, hand basin and WC.  Centre lights and electric wall heater  Windows to rear and side. 

A staircase leads from the Dining Hall to the First Floor Landing. 

Master Bedroom with spot lights and radiator.  Dual aspect windows, with views over the surrounding countryside. Window to garden. Steps lead up to 

Dressing Area with a  range of built in wardrobes and window to gable. A door leads off to

Ensuite with panelled bath with shower over, hand basin and WC. Wall lights and centre lights. Cupboard. Airing Cupboard with insulated hot water tank with immersion heater. Obscured window to the side.

Both dressing area and ensuite have hand-painted wooden floor.

Off the landing a door leads to

Separate room with WC and corner hand basin. Window to the front.  Adjoining cupboard with shelving. A pine door leads to

Bedroom 2 with window to the front again with fantastic views. An intercommunicating door leads to

Bedroom 3 (currently used as a study and occasional guest room) with louvre fronted wardrobes with shelving. Night storage heater.  Access to under eaves storage space.  Velux window again with far reaching views.

Outside The property is approached off the very quiet lane to parking and turning area at the side of which there is the Double Garage/large Workshop.

Gardens A five bar wooden entrance gate and wicket lead on to a wide gravelled drive way which leads to the garden, which is attractively laid out to approximately 2/5ths of an acre. There is an area of lawn to the front with paved sitting out areas with wonderful views.  The pathway and the lawn continue to a further garden area heavily planted with various shrubs and spring  garden plants.  A pathway continues to the vegetable area with productive vegetable beds, a greenhouse and soft fruit canes. There is a tap which brings spring water from the hill.

Within the garden is a timber and felt Garden Store and Greenhouse.  There is a woodland area behind the garage with pathway at the far end of which is a small compound area with vehicular access back to the lane.

Tenure: The property is Freehold

Services:  Mains electricity and mains water are connected.  Private Drainage. Oil central heating. Partial double glazing.

Directions: From Craven Arms take the B4368 west towards Clun.  Pass through the village of Aston  on Clun and after about a mile, at the crossroads, turn left into Clunbury.  Continue through the village, go over the crossroads passing the school on the left hand side.  Climb up the hill and bear left.  The house is the first property  on the left hand side. 


Local Authority: South Shropshire Council, The Shirehall, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY2