Cottage with stunning views of Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty up for sale – Birmingham Live

A cottage nestled in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is up for grabs for £600,000.

Stone Cottage in Haytons Bent, Ludlow, has been renovated and extended and features three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

The property is set off the beaten track, nestled in the hillside with stunning views of the countryside.

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The buyer will also have a roll top bath, double AGA, a small fruit orchard, a selection of sheds and a summer house.

The listing on Rightmove says: “Stone Cottage is nestled into the hillside with its interesting levels providing the most wonderful views and offering seclusion but with the benefits of a small neighbourly community. The property is approached off a single-track road with gated parking for two vehicles opposite. Bridleways and footpaths provide great walking opportunities.

“This home has been expertly designed to incorporate traditional architecture with modern extensions, creating a great ambience to the property, producing a lovely mixture of old and new.

“Steps from the parking area lead into the property via an entrance hall/porch into the large, spacious open-plan dining/kitchen area. The kitchen/dining spaces are ideal for entertaining, with double-oven AGA cooker in situ creating a really warm inviting environment during the colder months. The kitchen has been renovated by the current owners to ensure a characterful and functional environment and includes tiled flooring, double sink, dishwasher and boiling water tap. There is a useful study/office area and pantry with tiled floor and under stairs storage cupboard.

“The kitchen flows nicely into the sitting room with centrepiece multifuel wood burner, Venetian and pleated blinds. Double French doors open out to the large garden and large Velux windows with Velux solar-powered blinds allow maximum light into the property.

“The drawing room forms part of the “old house” with character oak beams and inglenook fireplace with multifuel stove in situ and door to outside.

“Two staircases rise up to the first floor which comprises 3 double bedrooms, one of which doubles as an office/study and a family bathroom. The principal bedroom is spacious and benefits from a Juliet balcony and a recently-fitted en suite bathroom which is beautifully appointed with drench shower, WC, bidet, sink unit with mirrored cupboard and motion-sensitive lighting, Japanese-style soaking bath with underwater lighting and whirlpool facility. Electric underfloor heating and heated towel rail.

“The family bathroom is well-appointed with Fired Earth tiling, Tavistock suite of bath with drench shower, WC and wash-hand basin. A cupboard houses the washing machine and tumble dryer.

Views from the house
(Image: Rightmove/Nock Deighton)

“The securely-fenced garden is one of the many selling points of this property, a real paradise with many different areas and bordered on two sides by fields. The grounds are gently sloping and offer ample well-stocked borders, specimen trees and a small fruit orchard, along with a selection of sheds and a summer house. There is an outside store with light and power, various paved patio areas and an ornate pond.”

To view the listing, click here.

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