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Rockmead, Newcastle, Craven Arms, Shropshire, SY7

4 bedroom detached bungalow for sale


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A deceptively spacious dormer bungalow sat in approximately a third of an acre of beautiful gardens coming with a detached studio/workshop

Beautiful gardens
Bespoke kitchen
Four Double Bedrooms
Detached studio
Further hobby room/workshop
Living room with woodburning stove
Driveway parking
Rural village location

Newcastle is located within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are beautiful country walks right from your doorstep with Offa's Dyke footpath near by. Newcastle itself boasts an active local community with clubs including bowling, football, gardening, a monthly cafe, and regular pop-up pubs. The Clun Valley is surrounded by rolling hills and is one of the prettiest rural parts of England.

About four miles to the east is Clun village which benefits from everyday facilities including a post office, public houses, shops and doctor's surgery. Further afield the market towns of Ludlow and Bishops Castle offer excellent further amenities. The nearest rail links are located In Craven Arms and Newtown.

Rockmead is incredibly deceptive from the outside and does not portray the fabulous amount of space that is on offer. It is approached across a private gated driveway with parking for a number of vehicles, flanked on either side by pretty gardens.

You are welcomed into a light and airy reception hallway with stairs rising to the first floor. A door to your right leads to the well-proportioned living room with large bay window to the frontage and double doors opening from the side elevation into the garden. This room features a fireplace with inset Barbas woodburning stove with slate hearth.

Adjacent to the living room is the kitchen/breakfast room which has been fitted with a range of bespoke wall and floor units with oak worktops over, a Rangemaster double electric oven with LPG gas hob and extractor over and an integrated dishwasher. There is a double Belfast sink sat beneath the window overlooking the garden. The kitchen offers plenty of space for a family dining table. The pantry offers plenty of storage and space for further appliances. Another door from the kitchen leads into the separate utility room which has built in units and space for further appliance and houses the boiler.

The dining room again enjoys a bay window to the frontage and offers plenty of space for a large table. There are two downstairs bedrooms, both of which are good sized doubles, and offer versatility in usage. To one end of the home is a fabulous studio/hobby room which can either be entered from the dining room or from double doors to the front, meaning that it would offer a perfect space to run a business from with separate access. The downstairs accommodation is completed with a family bathroom comprising bath with shower over, WC and wash hand basin.

Upstairs there are two good sized double bedrooms leading off a bright and spacious landing. Bedroom two has a door through to a WC and wash hand basin. The principal bedroom looks out over the garden and has an archway opening into the ensuite with shower, WC, and wash hand basin. This room also benefits from a wall of built in bespoke wardrobes.

The property benefits from an abundance of storage in the eave spaces running the whole length of the property on both sides.

Outside, the property sits in a plot extending to approximately a third of an acre. The gardens are a real feature of this home and have been beautifully maintained. Large parts of the garden are laid to lawn with herbaceous borders, ornamental trees, and mature shrubs. There are two patio areas which are ideal for outdoor entertaining.

Outbuildings include a detached studio, which offers an opportunity for a number of different uses, but potentially home office, workshop, or studio. There is also a useful garden shed.

From Ludlow head north on the A49 until you reach Craven Arms at the first roundabout turn left onto the B4368 and continue for another 8 miles until you reach Clun village. From Clun proceed west on the B4368 into Newcastle. On entering Newcastle turn right at The Crown Inn pub into West Road. Then take the first right into a small lane, Rockmead Is the first property located on the right-hand side.