Seifton Lane, Seifton, Ludlow

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
This most attractive stone semi detached 2 bedroom cottage sits in a lovely rural setting on a no through road, having driveway parking, oak framed carport and a delightful rear garden. Accommodation full of charm and character benefitting from double glazing and oil fired heating to include: Living room with inglenook fireplace, Dining Room open through to Kitchen, Rear Porch, First Floor Landing with 2 good sized Bedrooms and Bathroom. EPC - G. Council Tax Band - C

Seifton is a rural hamlet sitting surrounded by beautiful Corvedale countryside and close to the village of Culmington which has Church, Village Hall and active community. Historic Ludlow is a short drive as is the well serviced town of Craven Arms and accommodation is fully described as follows.

Canopied Porch

underneath which is the front upper glazed door opening into the

Living Room

4.70m x 3.80m (15'5 x 12'5 )

Full of character with large ceiling beam, ceiling timbers, oak flooring, window to frontage and window to rear side. A dominant feature of the room is the attractive inglenook fireplace with exposed stone and brick features, flagstone hearth and woodburning stove fitted.

Open plan then through into the

Dining Room

4.45m x 1.83m (14'7 x 6'0 )

Having window to frontage, quarry tiled floor, extensive wall timbering and wattle and daub feature opening through then into the


3.97m x 2.40m (13'0 x 7'10 )

Having window overlooking the pretty rear garden and a high ceiling, quarry tiled floor. Kitchen fitted with a matching range of units with cream coloured fronts, wood blocked work surfaces, ceramic sink unit, electric hob with electric oven below, space and plumbing for a dishwasher, room for fridge freezer. Also housed in the kitchen is the oil fired rayburn.

Rear Porch

Having double glazed up and over roof window, door to rear garden, tiled floor, useful shelving and space and plumbing for washing machine.

Doored staircase

With oak stairs then leads up onto the

First Floor Landing

Having exposed timbered features

Bedroom 1

3.88m x .05m (12'8 x .16'4 )

Having high ceilings with large celing beam and wall timbering. Window to frontage

Bedroom 2

4.85m x 1.84m (15'10 x 6'0 )

Has window to frontage, exposed wall and ceiling timbering and access to roof space


2.17m x 1.63m (7'1 x 5'4 )

Having window to rear side, exposed timbered features and a suite to include wc, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled bath with shower screen and shower over.


The property sits in a lovely no through road position and is accessed onto a gravelled driveway. Off the driveway there is a oak framed carport and stone wall to front elevation. The remainder of the front garden is gravelled for low maintenance but is well established with a selection of shrubs, trees and a small pond. The rear garden with the property is an important feature, is a lovely size, there is gravelled seating area at the back of the house. The garden in the main is laid to lawn with mature hedging aiding privacy. Gravelled pathway leads to the top of the garden with borders and mature tree and a stone outbuilding sits in the top corner of the garden.


Mains electricity, mains water, shared private drainage, oil fired heating to radiators via rayburn in the kitchen. Broadband speed Basic 20Mbps

Flood Risk - Very Low

Local Authority

Shropshire Council - Band C


The property is freehold


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