Bucknell, Shropshire SY7

£325,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Property Description

3 bedroom detached property with a good size garden occupying a good pot in the area close to local amenities. A Must see property

Property Details

An attractive 1950s detached home ideal for updating

This home has many period features including original tiles, feature fireplaces and a solid fuel 1953 aga in perfect working order.

A large expanse of garden which runs right down to the River Redlake.

Bucknell is a village that lies on the River Redlake, close to the River Teme and close to the borders of Wales and Herefordshire. About 6 miles east of Knighton and is set within the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The village itself has a general store, a butcher, petrol station, post office, a church, a primary school, two pubs and good public transport.

This home has many original features including floorboards, high ceilings, picture rails, original tiles, feature fireplaces and a solid fuel 1953 aga in perfect working order.

The original 1950s kitchen is still in place with a useful larder, aga, tiled floor and overlooks the large rear garden. There is a useful corridor from the back door with utility room, coal shed and downstairs toilet.

The sitting room has a large window seat, while the second reception room is dual aspect with a brick built fireplace.

There is a stunning stained glass window which adorns the stairway, leading to a bright and spacious landing area, the family bathroom and three bedrooms, each with built-in storage.

Situated in a large expanse of garden which runs right down to the River Redlake. A large area of lawns contains established apple, copper beech and sumac trees, as well as herb and flower beds.

The South Shropshire village of Bucknell lies on the River Redlake, close to the border of Wales and Herefordshire. Set within the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this pretty English village with its stunning backdrop has a post office, general store, butcher, two pubs, a church, a train station and primary school. Walking, mountain biking, fishing, bird watching, and cycling are all local leisure facilities and there is good public transport to Ludlow and the surrounding area. Easy access to the M5, A49 and other major routes allow for travel to Birmingham, the Cotswolds, and Wales whilst Bucknell Station allows for travel between Shrewsbury and Swansea with further onward connections.

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Property reference 3621695

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