The Police Houses, Ludlow

£350,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
No.8 is a three double bedroom detached property with central heating and double glazing. It is set within a generous plot off a quiet residential road whilst being only a short level walk to Ludlow town centre. The property affords a great deal of privacy & development potential with its gardens currently laid mostly to stone allowing easy maintenance while attracting a variety of wildlife over several areas.

Introduction

The property affords a great deal of privacy & the potential for development internally & externally should the buyer wish. E.g. Adding parking which is currently available on the street outside with very good availability, extensions and/or adding a conservatory within its ample boundaries. All STPP but these have previously been granted locally.

The gardens which attract a variety of wildlife are currently laid mostly to stone for easy maintenance, while having a number of separate secluded areas to enjoy, even having it's own apple tree in the back garden.

While clean & able to be lived in No.8 would benefit from someone looking to make it there own with cosmetic modernisation.

Property description

Walking up a footpath from the road past well stocked beds and borders you come to the front door, which opens into a hallway with stairs leading up to the first floor on the left and cupboard beneath, straight ahead a door to the kitchen & to the right a door entering a light spacious living room with large bay and side windows a wooden topped hearth which could be used for either open fires, wood burners or electric fires. Double doors open to connect through to a dining room with side window.

The door from the dining room enters the kitchen which has a number of fitted wall & base unit draws & cupboards with a gas cooker, sink, large double door cupboard & traditional pantry.

The entrance door from the kitchen leads into a walkway to the side door, a utility room with garden toilet & the enclosed rear garden.

Upstairs are 3 good sized double bedrooms, an airing cupboard, family bathroom and access to the insulated loft.

Garden

Walking up a footpath from the road past well stocked beds and borders you come to the front door, which opens into a hallway with stairs leading up to the first floor on the left and cupboard beneath, straight ahead a door to the kitchen & to the right a door entering a light spacious living room with large bay and side windows a wooden topped hearth which could be used for either open fires, wood burners or electric fires. Double doors open to connect through to a dining room with side window.

The door from the dining room enters the kitchen which has a number of fitted wall & base unit draws & cupboards with a gas cooker, sink, large double door cupboard & traditional pantry.

The entrance door from the kitchen leads into a walkway to the side door, a utility room with garden toilet & the enclosed rear garden.

Upstairs are 3 good sized double bedrooms, an airing cupboard, family bathroom and access to the insulated loft.

Services

The property has all mains services, gas, electricity, water & sewerage and falls into Council tax band C.

Location

Within the local amenity there are a number of smaller shops & a cafe and Catholic church for convenience with the historic market town centre of Ludlow described as probably the most beautiful town in England with its old town walls and black & white buildings having been in developed 18th and 19 the century, being only a short walk.

In the town centre you will find a range of independent traders shops, local markets, cafes, restaurants, a Norman castle, built built in 1086, the castle hosts the Ludlow Spring & Summer food festivals in May and September with the Medieval Christmas fair the last weekend in November. The towns church which was originally built as a Cathedral has stunning views from the tower and the Ludlow assembly rooms with visitor information centre and cinema.

Ludlow has excellent internal & external transport facilities and connections with a town service bus operating a circular route throughout the day stopping right across the road from No.8 and a park and ride service.

Ludlow connects brilliantly to many large towns & cities by road, bus & rail with County towns of Hereford & Shrewsbury being about 35 minutes & giving access to many larger and chain stores. Birmingham is about an hour by car, Manchester & Cardiff being less than 2 hours & central London only being about 3 hours by train.

The property is very close to the thriving Ludlow infant school which has nursery paces from 2 years old to 7 years old and is highly rated in the area with the junior school & Ludlow comprehensive schools being only short walks.

Directions

From the Ludlow office cross market street and follow the road into Bell lane cross over the road and at the junction turn right into Old Street follow the road and take the second turning on the left into Temeside follow the road to the junction and turn left into Lower Galdeford follow this road to the mini roundabout cross straight over and then take the first turning on the right into Sandpits Road, number 8 will be found on the right hand side in an elevated position.

CONSUMER PROTECTION FROM UNFAIR TRADING REGULATIONS 2008 (CPR) We endeavour to ensure that the details contained in our brochure are correct through making detailed enquiries of the owner but they are not guaranteed. The agents have not tested any appliance, equipment, fixture, fitting or service and have not seen the title deeds to confirm tenure. All measurements are quoted to the nearest 1/10 metre. All liability in negligence of otherwise for any loss arising from the use of these particulars is hereby excluded.

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