Bromlow, Minsterley, Shrewsbury

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Luckley Gate is a beautifully modernised three-bedroom house offering the character and charm of a rural cottage combined with the open-plan living spaces of any modern-day new-build. Versatile and spacious living accommodation makes the property excellent for entertaining or cosy nights in by the log burner. Its elevated location gives Luckley Gate the benefit of far-reaching views towards Montgomeryshire and Mid-Wales and, being located in an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty, has access to some of the county's best walking routes, as well as one of the most impressive 'dark skies' in Shropshire.

Accommodation briefly comprising a Rear Entrance Hall, Kitchen/Living/Dining Room, Utility/Laundry Room, Living Room, Landing/Study Area, Three Double Bedrooms, En-suite and Family Bathroom.

REAR ENTRANCE HALL 12' 5" x 5' 6" (3.78m x 1.68m) Dorset Marron patterned tile flooring, rear aspect uPVC double glazed window, built-in base units, LP gas boiler supplying, hardwood door leading to:

KITCHEN/LIVING/DINING ROOM 22' 3" max x 27' 10" max (6.78m max x 8.48m max) Wood effect laminate flooring throughout, triple aspect windows overlooking rear and side gardens, oak-framed quadruple folding doors lead out to a front South-facing sun-terrace and gardens, with breath-taking views over the countryside towards The Callow hill and Mid-Wales in the distance. Built-in shaker style units with solid oak worktops and splash backs, ceramic one-and-a-half bowl sink unit with mixer taps inset, built-in dishwasher, built-in larder fridge, built-in Cookmaster electric cooking range with six ring hob, double oven, grill and warming tray with glass splashback and stainless steel and glazed extractor hood, large matching island unit with breakfast bar.

Archway leading through to:

LIVING ROOM 20' 11" x 13' 1" (6.38m x 3.99m) Solid oak flooring, front aspect uPVC double glazed window with impressive views, Inglenook style brick backed fireplace with tiled, raised hearth and log-burner inset, wealth of exposed timbers, further stone Inglenook fireplace set to opposite end of room with raised quarry tiled hearth and faux bread oven. Feature oak staircase leading to first floor with range of recessed book-shelving set to one side.

From entrance hall, glazed and wooden door through to:

UTILITY/LAUNDRY ROOM 13' 1" max x 11' 9" max (3.99m max x 3.58m max) Wood-effect laminate flooring, side aspect uPVC window, built-in base units with stainless steel single drainer sink unit set into marble effect laminate worksurface with tiled splashback above, plumbing set for washing machine and tumble drier, built-in Rayburn set to fireplace, large recess for full length fridge/freezer with larder unit alongside, access to Cloakroom with white porcelain suite including w.c. and sink set into storage unit. Service door leading to the side.

Stairs from Living Room lead to:

LANDING/STUDY AREA 14' 4" x 9' 3" (4.37m x 2.82m) Solid oak flooring, large uPVC front aspect window enjoying far-reaching views over the surrounding countryside, feature beams. Archway through to:

INNER LANDING 11' 6" x 3' 5" (3.51m x 1.04m) With oak flooring and oak doors giving access to:

MAIN BEDROOM 18' 4" x 13' 1" (5.59m x 3.99m) Carpet flooring, front aspect dormer style window benefitting from excellent views, access to a walk-in wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving. Door through to:

ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM 9' 2" x 5' 8" (2.79m x 1.73m) Ceramic tiled flooring, double-glazed rear aspect skylight, fitted luxury "Roman" style shower enclosure with pivot door and fitted electric shower unit, utopia vanity wash hand basin set into wood effect top with a range of cupboards under, mirror and light above, extractor fan, WC, chrome ladder style radiator with wet and electric supply.

BEDROOM TWO 13' 1" x 10' 5" (3.99m x 3.18m) Solid oak flooring, large front aspect uPVC double glazed window with impressive views across the fields and countryside towards The Callow hill, traditional ledged door, feature exposed purlins.

BEDROOM THREE 14' 5" x 12' 1" (4.39m x 3.68m) Carpet flooring, uPVC double-glazed windows to the side and rear, feature beams.

FAMILY BATHROOM 11' 9" x 9' 2" (3.58m x 2.79m) Ceramic tile flooring with electric underfloor heating, double-glazed skylight, and rear aspect, large oval panelled bath with shower attachment, Utopia luxury vanity wash basin with a range of storage under and mirror and lighting unit above, WC, extractor fan, fully glazed walk-in shower with shower head and jets, chrome ladder style radiator with wet and electric supply, further wall-mounted electric panel heater.

OUTSIDE With an extensive laid to lawn garden to the front, which continues to wrap around the property to the side and rear. A paved South-facing sun terrace, to the front, receives sunlight throughout the day. A further paved patio area to the rear offers additional seating/entertaining space. A substantial gravelled driveway offers parking for a large number of vehicles, as well as turning space. Across the driveway, a wooden frame building has multiple potential uses and could be developed further to incorporate the view.

WOODEN FRAME SHED/WORKSHOP/GAMES ROOM 22' 8" x 10' 10" (6.91m x 3.3m) Situated across the driveway this timber-framed building is an excellent dry space with a wide potential of uses. With wood effect laminate flooring, strip lighting, two electric panel heaters and wooden framed double glazing. On its own separate fuseboard.

SERVICES Both properties benefit from LPG central heating and hot water systems (separate tanks) as well as private septic tank drainage (separate tanks). There is mains water (rated) and mains electricity. Both properties benefit from high-speed fibre internet.

LOCATION Bromlow holds an elevated position within the Shropshire Hills AONB and is renowned for its excellent walking routes and spectacular views. There are a number of nearby villages including Minsterley (5 miles) and Worthen (3 miles). There is a local shop in both villages with Minsterley having the benefit of a public house, nursery and bus route into Shrewsbury. There are two public houses within close proximity of the property The Abels Harp, is a short five minute walk away, and does speciality evenings. The Stables Inn is a quaint country public house 1.5 miles from the property (approximately a 24 minute walk). The market town of Shrewsbury is famed for its Tudor architecture, boutique shops and restaurants, and its endless river walks. Direct trains run daily to London and Birmingham whilst access to the A5 and M54 provide routes towards Birmingham and Manchester.

DIRECTIONS From Shrewsbury head South-West on the A488 Bishops Castle road for approximately 10 miles to the village of Minsterley. Bear left at the mini-roundabout towards Bishops Castle, continuing on the A488. Follow road for about 6 miles up the Hope Valley - until you come to the speed control flashing sign. Turn right at the crossroads at this sign, onto Hemford road. Continue along this road for 1 mile, over the first crossroad and down the steep hill to Able Harp pub (on right). Turn Right up the side of the pub. The properties will be seen on the left hand side after approximately 250m, it is the first driveway on the left hand side, indicated by our For Sale board.


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Roger Parry - Oswestry

The Estates Office, 20 Salop Road, Oswestry, Shropshire

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