Roman Bank, Rushbury, Church Stretton


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Located in the Shropshire hills in an area of outstanding beauty, adjacent to the famous Jack Mytton bridleway, is this versatile, three bedroom family home with self contained one bedroom annexe. The property is a commutable distance form Wolverhampton, Shrewsbury and Telford and just a short drive from Ludlow, close to a primary school with an outstanding ofsted report and within an active local community.


An opportunity to purchase a lovingly extended and reconfigured family home, which currently earns an income from a separate annexe, which could suit an elderly relative or continue as an income earner. This charming property is situated on the Jack Mytton way and Wenlock Edge and sits in large gardens.

Property description

Pull up on the driveway, open the gate and walk to the rear of the house, where the entrance to the main house is located. On entering the hallway the house opens up before you and you realise at once what an amazing space and size the house offers. The hallway with oak flooring is connected to the kitchen by way of a large open archway making the space feel very open plan to the kitchen. The kitchen's original quarry tiled floor was lovingly taken up and re-laid by the current owner, after their restoration had been finished. The kitchen, has a range of floor units which meld into the utility, where there is space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, there is a large larder cupboard. The end of the kitchen opens into a dining area with stairs rising to the first floor, From the dining room there are double doors which open into the separate annexe. Back at the entrance hall there is a shower room, which is ideal for very muddy dogs that have walked the Mytton Way. To the right is a large living room with the same oak flooring, log burning stove, and French doors opening into your garden and outbuildings. Back to the dining room and take the stairs to the first floor where you will find doors to all rooms. The guest bedroom is a double bedroom with Velux window offering far reaching views over Corvedale. Bedroom two is a further double and has views to the rear. The master bedroom has the benefit of a dressing area which you walk through to reach the main bedroom, which in turn has its own bathroom, with shower end bath, pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail and low flush WC. The family shower room is located off the landing, and has a separate corner shower cubicle with a large cupboard housing a modern condensing boiler and mega tank for the solar panels located at the front of the house.


Located from the dining room, but having its own paved courtyard garden and front door, is this amazing annexe. There is a lounge/dining room with log burning stove inset into pretty niche with tessellated Victorian style hearth and space for sofa and small dining table. A door to a galley kitchen, with Shaker style floor and wall units, space for cooker and fridge and sink unit with hospital style mixer taps. The bedroom is to front aspect and has a wonderful Victorian influenced bathroom with ball and claw roll top bath, high cistern WC and large separate shower cubicle. A wonderful and welcoming place to stay whether you be paying guests, or just visiting friends.


Monty Don would be proud of this eclectic garden with room for the ducks and chickens, vegetable patches and fruit cages, enclosed orchard with newly planted fruit trees. Two stables with hard standing, sheds for the tools needed to run a small holding log store and a brilliant man cave to top it off, with water and electricity and don't forget the formal garden, with large area of lawn, hedges round the boundaries, and every form of wildlife sharing the experience. Did I forget to mention the greenhouse! All in all a truly magical garden..


There is ample parking on the property's drvieway with space to build a garage should you need one (STPP).


LPG condensing boiler, solid fuel log burner, septic tank, mains electricity. Solar panels.

Council Tax Band C.


Rushbury is a village and civil parish in Shropshire, roughly five miles from Church Stretton and eight miles from Much Wenlock. Nearby villages include Cardington, Longville in the Dale, Ticklerton and Wall under Haywood. Longville and Wall lie within Rushbury parish, There is an outstanding primary school, and very active community.

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.

MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS Require prospective purchasers to produce two original ID documents prior to any offer being accepted by the owners.

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