Stokesay, Craven Arms

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
This most attractive stone detached country residence having the benefit of a 1 bedroom annex sits on a plot extending to 0.4 of an acre to include extensive parking and a good sized garage / workshop. Accommodation improved by the current vendors to include oil fired heating and mainly upvc double glazing. The house having Entrance Porch, Living Room, Dining Room, Conservatory, Hallway, Cloakroom, Kitchen, Pantry, First Floor Landing with 3 Bedrooms and Bathroom. Adjoining 1 Bedroom Annex having Living Room, Bedroom, Kitchen and Shower Room. The property offers the potential for dual family use, income or home working. Viewings recommended. EPC Rating - F

This property sits in the village of Stokesay, an area of outstanding natural beauty, with adjoining farmland with leads to many miles of country walks from the doorstep. It is a short walk from the well serviced town of Craven Arms having a good selection of shops and transport links including a railway station, whilst historic Ludlow sits within a short drive to the South

The property is approached via a front door with upper glazed section into

Large Reception Porch

3.60m x 2.00m (11'9 x 6'6 )

with secondary glazed windows overlooking garden, quarry tiled floor and door through to

Dining Room

3.63m x 3.50m (11'10 x 11'5 )

with window overlooking frontage and neighbouring woodland.

Entrance Hall

with stairs rising to first floor and useful under stairs storage cupboard and


to rear elevation with window and wc in white

Sitting Room

4.90m x 4.00m (16'0 x 13'1 )

with 2 windows overlooking the gardens, feature marble fireplace with open grate, high ceilings with cornice, double opening doors to


3.90m x 2.70m (12'9 x 8'10 )

sitting at the rear of the house and enjoying a view over the gardens and open farmland, being of upvc construction with polycarbonate roof

Kitchen / Breakfast Room

3.90m x 3.02m (12'9 x 9'10 )

with window to rear elevation with this lovely view, tiled floor, room for table and chairs, interconnecting door back into the annex and a matching range of units with wood styled fronts, heat resistant work surfaces and tiled splash backs, stainless steel sink unit, electric hob with extractor positioned above and electric double oven adjacent, planned space and plumbing for a washing machine.

Walk-In Pantry

with original cold slab, extensive shelving, window to frontage and room for fridge freezer

First Floor Landing

with window to rear elevation with this lovely outlook and exposed floorboards and double doors into a shelved cupboard

Bedroom 1

4.90m x 4.00m (16'0 x 13'1 )

with large window overlooking the gardens and neighbouring countryside, access to roof space and cupboard with hanging rail and shelf.

Bedroom 2

3.60m x 3.50m (11'9 x 11'5 )

with window to frontage and a view to farmland and woodland, recently redecorated and carpeted

Bedroom 3

3.05m x 2.94m (10'0 x 9'7 )

with window to side overlooking neighbouring countryside, also recently redecorated and carpeted.


3.02m x 2.00m (9'10 x 6'6 )

with window to frontage, access to roof space and a suite in white of pedestal wash hand basin, corner bath with seat, separate shower cubicle with Triton shower, tiled splash backs and door into the airing cupboard with shelves

The Annex

Separately accessed off the front drive, a front door opens into

Living Room

4.12m x 3.27m (13'6 x 10'8 )

with further door to rear elevation and secondary glazed window to frontage


1.87m x 1.87m (6'1 x 6'1 )

with window to rear and this nice far reaching view over open farmland, with a range of modern matching units with white glossed fronts, heat resistant work surfaces, stainless steel sink unit, planned space for cooker and washing machine

Shower Room

2.40m x 1.87m (7'10 x 6'1 )

with window to side and suite of wash hand basin with large vanity cupboard, wc and shower cubicle with shower fitted


5.11m x 3.07m (16'9 x 10'0 )

with window to front elevation looking out to woodland and surrounding countryside.


The property is approached over the A49 through a 5-bar gate onto a gravelled driveway which sits at the frontage. The driveway continues through a further 5-bar gate, through the garden to the rear where the garage can be found. The front boundary with the property is denoted with fence to the roadside boundary and 3 mature trees, lawned garden at the frontage. The gardens predominantly sit to the side and rear, the side garden being laid to lawn with a lovely view over open farmland. This in turn runs to the rear with further lawned gardens and a productive and fenced vegetable section. In the bottom corner of the garden there is then a fenced off lawned section with a selection of outbuildings. From the rear garden a lovely view over open farmland can be enjoyed with a view down to the river and to the surrounding woodland and hills. Also sitting at the rear of the house there is a large Garage / Workshop having up and over door, window at the frontage, lovely high ceiling with useful storage at eaves height, light and power fitted and a concrete floor. The Worcester oild fired boiler is housed in here and heats domestic hot water and radiators. There is then a further partitioned section which has a separate access at the rear of the building and is used for storage


Mains water, mains electricity, private drainage, oil fired heating to radiators in the main residence and the annex though there are separate thermostats to control both areas. The main house in the kitchen and the conservatory also has the benefit of electric underfloor heating and an open fire in the sitting room. Windows in the main are upvc double glazed with some single glazing and some secondary glazing. Flood risk very low, Broadband speed 24Mbps

Agents Notes:

1.The current vendors have converted the original garage into a bedroom which forms part of the annex, building regs were not obtained for this but the owners are currently looking into retrospective permission

2.Please note the property sits adjacent to the A49

Local Authority:

Shropshire Council, tax band E


The property is freehold


From Ludlow proceed North on the A49 through the villages of Bromfield and Onibury. Around 1 mile after Onibury the house will be found on the left-hand side. If you get to the turn for Stokesay Castle on your left then you have missed the house.


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