Eagle Lane, Cleobury Mortimer, Kidderminster

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Colonial style detached family home with four bedrooms, two bathrooms and versatile open plan living to ground floor. Double garage and ample visitors parking.


This wonderful colonial style family home is offered to the market with parking for a large gathering, Four double bedrooms, two bathrooms and open plan living space offering three areas, for versatile usage. The garden wraps itself round the property and offers a natural pond, place for your chickens and further garden area.

Property Description

The entrance hall is a large enough to create a further reception room, a quiet reading space with windows over - looking the front garden. Wooden block flooring, is found in the reception hall and the stairs rise to the first floor. The lounge is located on the left and is a large spacious room with a French style log burning stove with double opening doors, double aspect windows, this is a very light and bright house, the open plan lounge opens up into a further quiet space ideal to read a book or just while away the quiet evening with a glass of chilled wine, step down into the dining area, with wood block flooring and door to the kitchen , there are double doors leading off the lounge to the hidden garden and natural pond. The kitchen has a wealth of floor and wall units and shelves to house our many cookbooks, as well as attractive display shelves, space for range cooker and views over the rear garden. The kitchen leads into a useful utility room, with door leading to side garden. Back into the main entrance hall where there is a guest cloakroom, with hidden cistern W.C. and basin with storage beneath, attractive lighting and wall mounted heated towel rail. For those rainy days there is a door to the integral double garage. Stairs lead to a generous split level landing off which there are doors to all rooms. The first landing has the first two double bedrooms both of which have views over the rear garden and beyond. The bathrooms are located side by side, the family bathroom has panelled bath with shower over, close couple WC and wash hand basin. The shower room is situated next door has been beautifully refurbished to provide separate shower cubicle, basin with storage beneath, wall mounted heated towel rail. The master bedroom and guest bedroom are located on the second landing. The master bedroom has a wealth of wardrobe space, with co-ordinating bedside cabinets and chest of drawers, the windows are to double aspect and offer a wealth of light to this large and airy bedroom. The second bedroom is also accessed from this landing and is once again a very light and airy room. The whole house is very spacious and offers versatile accommodation.


The gardens wrap themselves around this colonial style property and offer varying aspects, there is to the left of the property a small copse housing a natural pond, the house has a wonderful veranda to the rear where you can sip a drink and watch the evening sun dip below the tree line, step down to the lawn and then in front of you is a further large space for your chickens to lead a happy and carefree life and provide you with your early morning lightly boiled egg. The patio goes round to the front and there is a raised fish pond and further space for table and chairs. There is somewhere in the garden all day to catch the sun.

Parking and Garage

There is currently a large double garage and visitors parking for at least 7-8 cars, there is also further space to build another garage, and in the future incorporate the current garage into the main house.


Mains water and electricity, and drainage, oil fired central heating.

Council Tax band F

Tenure Freehold


You will find Cleobury Mortimer tucked between the Clee Hills (Titterstone Clee and Brown Clee Hill) and the Wyre Forest, surrounded by panoramic views and wonderful walks in Cleobury Country. Named after the medieval Marcher Lords, Cleobury Mortimer can be accessed directly from Ludlow town centre via the long distance footpath, the Mortimer Trail or the Severn Way extension all the way to Bewdley.

Cleobury s St. Mary s Church has a crooked spire and walls that lean at an alarming angle and the main street curves gently down to the River Rea. Cleobury Mortimer s High Street was once described by English poet Sir John Betjeman as A long airy curving street of brick Georgian houses and shops interspersed with genuine half-timber, the Rea brook making a splash at the bottom of the hill.

There are many pubs in Cleobury Mortimer; try Cleobury s own beer from the Hobson s Brewery, one of Shropshire s best real ales. There are also real butchers and bakers, a florist and traditional ironmongers and a well-stocked greengrocer. Look out for the cakes and the Shropshire brown loaves, from the highest bakery in Shropshire at the top of Clee Hill (the highest bakery in Shropshire and probably the UK too!)

01432 507160

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