Corve View, 39 Linney, Ludlow SY8 1EE, UK
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Imagine living in a beautifully presented, Grade II Listed home, located just minutes from the historic town centre. Picture yourself strolling through Ludlow's bustling market or medieval Castle. Envisage yourself walking along the river, admiring the wildlife, before stopping in at one of Ludlow's many fine public houses or restaurants. Take in the culture at the vibrant and varied festivals held all year round. Be part of a community which is proud of its history and excited about it's future. We're offering you more than just a house, we're offering you a home with a lifestyle, the Ludlow lifestyle. A beautiful home, in a wonderful town, full of the friendliest and most welcoming people you could wish to meet, what could be better?
- A Handsome Grade II Listed Home
- Farm House Style Kitchen Diner
- Beautifully Presented Sitting Room
- 3 Double Bedrooms
- Refitted Bathroom with Roll Top Bath and Walk-in Shower
- Private Off Street Parking
- Low Maintenance West Facing Garden
- Sought After Town Centre Address
- Available With No Upward Chain
Located in the heart of the beautiful and historic town of Ludlow you will find Corve View, a beautifully refurbished, Grade II listed home. Built on the site of a former Church and having once been just a humble stable, number 39 has a rich and interesting history all of it's own. Ideally situated to take advantage of all that Ludlow has to offer, a short walk in any direction will take you to a place of interest. It could be something as functional as the 24 hour garage or maybe the supermarket, if you prefer to shop locally you could stop in at one of the many butchers or bakers, head off in the other direction for beautiful walks through the countryside, or go a little further up the road to the leisure centre to make use of the spa, gymnasium or swimming pool. Whatever you need, you'll be sure to find close by. Situated at the meeting point of Corve Street and the Linney, number 39 offers easy access to get either in, or out of town, which maybe worth noting if you commute to work and conveniently, is also approximately 1/4 of a mile from Ludlow train station.
Corve View itself is a wonderful blend of old and new, having undergone a sympathetic refurbishment, the property retains a nostalgic period appearance but benefits from all the modern conveniences and complies to the required building regulations. Approached from the Linney, the entrance door beckons you inside to an open hallway where you can leave your shoes and hang your jacket. The first thing you will see will be the newly fitted kitchen which instantly gives you the 'wow factor'. Flagstone flooring, shaker style units, solid oak worktops, integrated appliances and space for a dining table and chairs all combine to make this light and airy room the hub of the home. An opening leads through to the sitting room which has a 'wow factor of it's own, elegant and stylish with a period charm, this is sure to be a favorite spot to relax and unwind. The engineered oak flooring and wooden wall panelling bring a feeling of warmth, while the exposed stone wall and timbers give you a sense of the age and history which surrounds you. A window seat runs the width of the room and offers a vantage point from which you can watch the world go by. An oak fire surround frames the fireplace, which has an open and working chimney should one wish to install a wood burning stove. Off the sitting room you will find the cloak room which is fitted with a wash basin, W.C., shelving and a period style radiator.
The stairs, which have a useful storage cupboard underneath, rise to the first floor landing where oak doors give access to the remaining accommodation. The property has three double bedrooms, all of which are bright and light, with bedrooms one and two having television aerial points, exposed beams and timbers and the master having a built in double wardrobe. Last but most certainly not least is the bathroom, fitted with a luxurious suite to include a roll top bath, double walk-in shower cubicle with a large rain shower head and period style W.C, wash basin and radiator. There is also a useful loft space which can be accessed from the master bedroom and bedroom two.
As you may know, parking is somewhat of a rare commodity in Ludlow, with it's medieval streets being far better suited to horse and cart than horsepower of a different kind, so you will be pleased to hear that there is plenty of space to park at number 39. Double gates open to the gravelled west facing walled garden, which has been designed for ease of maintenance. A paved pathway and patio surround the house and a stable door opens directly into the kitchen. This suntrap of a garden is a gorgeous spot during the summer so make sure you invest in some quality outdoor furniture and most importantly a good barbecue. Stone walls provide a clear boundary and make a nice feature which ensures total privacy, while a raised bed assembled from old railway sleepers gives the green fingered amongst you something to tend to. You will also find an outside tap, a fitted wall light, double power point and two separate wooden gates allowing access out onto the street.
The quintessential British town of Ludlow is a throwback to the days gone by. You can’t help but fall in love with the friendly welcoming townsfolk and the laid back lifestyle which feels a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of the big city. That’s not to say that Ludlow is a quiet little backwater, far from it. Hosting the famous Ludlow Food and Drink Festival, Ludlow Spring Festival, May Fair, Ludlow Fringe, Green Fair and the Medieval Christmas Fayre there are events to keep you entertained all year round. There are also countless antique and local produce markets and book, craft and garden fairs. For sport lovers days out at Ludlow Racecourse, Golf Course, Rugby, Cricket, Tennis, Bowling or Football Clubs could await. Then there’s the spectacular architecture and countryside that you’ll never grow tired of admiring. Ludlow has to be one of the most perfect places to reside in Britain. The county town of Shrewsbury is approximately 28 miles north and the Cathedral City of Hereford is 24 miles south. Both are easily accessible by the mainline rail that runs a frequent service to Manchester, Holyhead and Cardiff from Ludlow station.
We are informed the property is of freehold tenure.
Shropshire Council - Tax Band B.
Services And Heating
We are informed the property is connected to all mains services and has the benefit of gas fired central heating.
Enquiries via British Telecom indicates the property has an estimated fibre broadband speed of 62MB. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries via BT or their own broadband provider.
Leominster - 12 miles
Tenbury Wells - 10.5 miles
Church Stretton - 16.5 miles
Hereford - 24 miles
Kidderminster - 23 miles
Shrewsbury - 28 miles
Please note - Two directors of Holters are also directors of the company in ownership of this property.
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