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Curlews, 4 Vernolds Common, Craven Arms, Shropshire, SY7

3 bedroom detached bungalow for sale

£700,000OIRO

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A spacious detached bungalow sat in approximately an acre sitting on the rim of the Corvedale Valley overlooking the splendid church spires of Stanton Lacy and Culmington villages. The house enjoys wrap around gardens with garage, workshop and summer house/home office and comes with superb rural views.

Rural Location
Three Bedrooms
Spacious Hallway
Principal Bedroom with En-Suite
Beautiful Gardens

Vernolds Common lies about five miles North of Ludlow's historic town, with the race course and golf course in between. It lies on the border of a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The nearest amenities can be found locally at the village of Bromfield with Ludlow Farm Shop and the Clive public house. Further amenities can be found a short distance away in the popular market town of Ludlow including independent shops, markets, well-renowned restaurants and excellent schools. Alternatively Craven Arms offers similar and both have stations on the Manchester to Cardiff railway line.

Curlews is a beautifully appointed detached three bedroom bungalow, which has been lovingly transformed by the current owners to create this fabulous home on offer today, the attention to detail throughout is second to none. The home seamlessly blends modern comfort with the tranquility of rural life, offering a peaceful escape amidst the scenic beauty of the Shropshire countryside.

You approach the property across a driveway, which is flanked on either side by large areas laid to lawn, interspersed with mature trees and bordered by hedging, there is ample off street parking for numerous vehicles.

A paved pathway leads you under a canopied porch area to the front door. You are welcomed into a spacious hallway. Immediately ahead, a door gives access to the fabulous living room with three large wall to ceiling windows, including a door opening out onto a decked area offering perfect indoor/outdoor living throughout the summer months with spectacular views towards Brown Clee and Tittertone Clee hills. A beautiful backlit fireplace has a Clearview wood burning stove in situ. This area is encompassed by ample storage including shelving and cupboards.

From here double internal doors open onto a balustrade landing area with four steps leading down into the sun/dining room, a more recent addition which offers a great space for entertaining or just to sit and enjoy looking out over the garden and the views beyond. There is plenty of room for a large table. This room benefits from a solid roof, ensuring that it is usable for year round living, there are multiple large windows and double doors open out into the garden and a small sitting out deck.

A large archway with bi-fold doors opens out into the kitchen, offering open plan accommodation or different rooms to enjoy depending on what you would prefer. The bespoke contemporary kitchen has been thoughtfully designed with entertaining in mind. It offers ample base and wall units with a prep sink, a Range Master oven, an electric ceramic hob paired with an overhead extractor, and integrated appliances such as a fridge, freezer, dish washer and washing machine. As you walk into the room, there is a large unit directly in front of you with breakfast bar to one end with space for stools beneath for more informal dining.
The units create a divide down the middle of the room with breakfast bar area to the left hand side, further built in storage cupboards and designed to create a sociable environment, it also boasts an array of delightful lighting options. A door from here leads out directly to the garden.

All three of the bedrooms in this home are incredibly spacious and could accommodate king size beds. All enjoy garden views, and beyond, rural views towards Saddle Hill, View Edge and the Roman Fort at Norton. The principal bedroom, is a large room benefitting from numerous fitted wardrobes and an ensuite comprising a corner shower, WC, and wash hand basin. Adjacent to this room is the second bedroom, and family bathroom opposite comprising jacuzzi bath with shower over, WC and wash hand basin. The third bedroom can be found just after the hallway on the right hand side.

The gardens here are delightful and fully wrap around the property ensuring privacy and a rural aspect in every direction. Laid predominantly to lawn, there are different areas to enjoy, including a large decked area, gravelled seating areas and a south facing covered BBQ area with views toward Ludlow. The Malvern Hills can be seen from here on clear summer days. There are a number of herbaceous borders with mature shrubs, plants and raised vegetable beds.

Outbuildings include a garage, workshop, small greenhouse, and wood store area. There is also a fantastic stand-alone summer house/home office that is currently being used as a treatment room and offers versatility in usage. This room also benefits from a thermostatically controlled pellet stove creating a lovely warm atmosphere.
This home truly has to be seen to appreciate all that it offers.

Agents Note: Right of access from adjacent farm track.

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Direction:
Proceed out of Ludlow on the A49 in a northerly direction. Turn right towards Ludlow Racecourse and take the next turning left towards the Ludlow Golf Club. Just before the Club House, turn right.
Continue along this lane for approximately 2 miles and the property will be found on your right. If you arrive at the red phone box you have passed the property by 100 yds. You can turn around at the junction just beyond the phone box.

Travel north out of Ludlow along the A49 to Onibury. Turn right immediately after the level crossing and follow the road around to the right and keep on going past the church and houses to the first lane on the left signposted Walton. Take this lane and follow it to the end and turn left. The property will be found on your right after 350 yds. If you arrive at the red phone box you have passed the property and can turn around at the junction Infront of you.

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