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Hawthorn, 11 Farden, Bitterley, Ludlow, Shropshire, SY8

3 bedroom detached house for sale

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An impressive 3 bedroom detached property, set in a lovely rural location with spectacular views of the Shropshire countryside. Benefitting from spacious living areas, two garages and a large garden for enjoying the rural setting.

Stunning Rural Views
3 Double Bedrooms
Open Plan Kitchen / Dining
Wood Burning Stove in oven fireplace
Wraparound Garden

Hawthorn is a charming three-bedroom detached residence nestled in the Shropshire countryside. Boasting breathtaking views from all aspects of the property, this is a unique opportunity to purchase a special home which offers fantastic rural living while only being a short distance from amenities.

The property is just a short drive from the ancient market town of Ludlow. The town has an abundance of independent shops and eateries, supermarkets, doctors' surgeries, schools and train station, together with its nationally acclaimed food festivals, all ensuring a vibrant local community.

Stepping into the oak framed entrance hall, which provides a bright and airy entrance, allowing you to take advantage of the countryside views. This space has been thoughtfully added by the current vendors, exposing the original stone features.

Entering into the kitchen dining room, this vast open plan space which would be perfect for entertaining has ample modern wall and base units providing a large amount of storage space. With black worktops and space for a freestanding dishwasher and full-size fridge freezer, the kitchen also boasts a double oven with gas hob and overhead extractor fan. The dining area is also found to the right of the kitchen where a large window looks out into the garden. An original brick fireplace with wooden beam above and tiled floor can also be found here which the vendors have lovingly preserved and made into a storage cupboard, finished with oak doors. The rest of the kitchen dining room has been decorated with a wooden herringbone floor.

Off the kitchen a utility room can be found, this room features a range of wall and base units providing further storage and has plumbing and space for a washing machine. From this room a door takes you out into the garden and provides easy access to one of the two garages at the back of the garden.

Moving into the living room a bright and spacious area where two large windows to the front pour in light and overlook the wonderful countryside views. With much room for freestanding furniture this welcoming space also benefits from an original stone inglenook fireplace with wooden bean above and wood-burning stove. Also retaining its character with the traditional bread oven feature. The herringbone wooden flooring continues here and the rest of the downstairs hallway.

Double doors from the living room takes you into the garden room. Windows from every aspect allows light to radiate the room, with picturesque views, captivating the rural lifestyle this property has to offer. From here there are also double doors taking you out into the garden's patio area.

Back into the hallway there are stairs that rise to the first floor. There is a downstairs bathroom to the left which consists of a W/C, hand wash basin and the boiler is also housed here. Next to the bathroom is the study, which is currently set up as a home office. This room has flexible uses and could also be used for further accommodation.

Moving upstairs the property benefits from 3 double bedrooms all spacious in size with windows to the front, adding yet more fantastic views to be seen from the property. Bedroom 1 has a large ensuite fitted with underfloor heating, walk-in shower, W/C, hand wash basin and heated towel rail. The family bathroom can also be found on the first floor fitted with a bathtub and overhead shower, W/C and hand wash basin.

The garden wraps around the property and can be accessed from many parts of the house inside. Approaching the property there is a garage at the bottom of the lane which has electrical supply and a rolling door. Moving up the lane there is a further garage which also has electricity. The driveway in front of the property provides parking for a number of cars. Moving around the right side of the property there is a large area with raised beds that could be used as a home allotment. Further along there is a pond that the vendors have created, which attracts wildlife and is surrounded by mature shrubs and bushes. The top aspect of the garden there is a patio area perfect for outdoor seating. The vendors have created steps from here which lead around the other side of the property and allow easy access to the second garage.

Direction:
Head East from Ludlow on the A4117 through to Angel Bank, travelling uphill turn right sign posted Knowbury on to Farden Lane. Continue to follow this lane, and the property will be located on your left hand side.