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Myrtle Cottage, Snitton, Ludlow, Shropshire, SY8

2 bedroom detached house for sale

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This unique cottage is sat an excellent sized plot and enjoys an elevated position looking out over stunning countryside views

Gardens to front and rear
Excellent range of outbuildings
Stunning rural views
Beautifully appointed accommodation
Rural but not isolated
Living room with woodburning stove
Dining room with Bi-fold doors to view

Myrtle Cottage is within the parish of Bitterley which has an infant and junior school of repute and a parish church.

Myrtle Cottage nestles within some of the area's most beautiful countryside and is ideal for someone looking for an away from it all, stand alone country cottage but not in a totally isolated position. The property has a vehicular right of access from Snitton Lane over a track leading down to the parking area.

A pathway leads you to the front door which is accessed under a canopied porch and into the entrance lobby with door to your left to the downstairs cloakroom with WC.

The shaker style sage kitchen offers a good range of wall and base units with plenty of worktop space over. There is an integrated fridge, freezer, dishwasher,double oven and built in hob. An area of the worktop extends into a breakfast bar with space for stools beneath. Character features include period beams and a red brick wall to one end with inset wood burning stove.

An archway leads you round to the dining room, which offers a more formal space for entertaining. Bi-fold doors open out on to the garden, creating a lovely space for inside/outside living during the summer months. These fabulous large windows allow you to fully embrace the countryside views on offer.

Through the spacious hallway with stairs rising to the first floor you enter the living room. Features include period beams, windows to two elevations looking out over the view and fireplace with woodburning stove in situ.

Upstairs there is a large landing area which is currently used as a home office. The two bedrooms are both excellent sized doubles and have windows over the front elevation and beyond over the black mountains. Bedroom 1 has a door through to an ensuite shower room. Adjacent to bedroom two is the family bathroom comprising bath with shower over, WC and wash hand basin.

Outside, there is a range of outbuildings including a large barn which is currently used for kennels, which has a 5 star breeding license. There is also a greenhouse and a couple of other sheds. The formal gardens wrap around the property, to the rear of the home there is a large area laid to lawn with terracing, including steps leading down to a decked seating area. Beyond this lawn is a vegetable patch with a number of raised beds. To the frontage is another large area laid to lawn bordered by low level hedging and patio area perfect for entertaining.

The views on offer from this home are second to none.

Agents Note: The kennels can be purchased by separate negotiation.

TENURE: Freehold
SERVICES: Mains water. Mains electricity. Septic tank drainage. Oil fired central heating.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Shropshire Council

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Head East from Ludlow on the A4117 through to Angel Bank, travelling uphill turn right sign posted Knowbury on to Farden Lane. Carry on along this lane to the T-junction and turn right. Take the next right turn just past Knowbury Village Hall (signpost Snitton). Carry on down this lane past the entrance to the Quillet and at the end of Knowbury Cottages turn left onto a track .Carry on down the track, over the three speed bumps and take the only left turn, and there you will see Myrtle Cottage straight ahead of you at the end of the track.