Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
This most attractive Grade II listed thatched cottage sits in a central location in this popular and well serviced South Shropshire village and enjoys driveway parking and a large garden extending to 0.4 of an acre. Accommodation benefitting from oil fired heating is full of charm and character and includes: Porch, Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen / Breakfast Room, Back Kitchen, Sun Room and Shower Room. On the first floor there 2 Principal Bedrooms, accessed from separate staircases are 2 further interconnecting Single Bedrooms and Shower Room. EPC exempt

Bucknell is a popular South Shropshire village enjoying The Heart of Mid Wales Railway Station, Butcher, Public House, Garage, Village Hall, Junior School, Church and an active community. A more comprehensive range of facilities can be found in the towns of Craven Arms and Knighton respectively, whilst historic Ludlow is around a 25 minute drive.

Reception Porch

with window to frontage, tiled floor, and heavy period door to

Living Room

5.06m x 4.53m (16'7 x 14'10 )

with window to frontage, full of character with ceiling beams, wall timbers, attractive tiled flooring, feature inglenook fireplace with tiled back and hearth and a Villager wood burning stove

Inner Hallway

with window to frontage, timbered features and door opening to

Dining Room

3.76m x 3.75m (12'4 x 12'3 )

with window to side, pretty corner cupboard with display shelves, feature fireplace with open grate, ceiling timber and tiled flooring

Rear Hallway

with window to rear side, access to roof space and tiled floor

Shower Room

1.90m x 1.50m (6'2 x 4'11 )

with window to rear elevation, extensively tiled walls and floor, suite in white of wash hand basin, wc and corner shower cubicle with shower fitted

Kitchen / Breakfast Room

5.06m x 3.53m (16'7 x 11'6 )

with quarry tiled floor, ceiling beams and ceiling timbers, window to frontage, 2 further windows to side overlooking the garden, ample room for table and chairs, range of base cupboards with heat resistant work surfaces and tiled splash backs, 1 bowl sink unit, planned space for cooker, dishwasher and fridge / freezer

Back Kitchen

6.15m x 2.43m (20'2 x 7'11 )

with door to outside, window overlooking the garden, high ceilings, tiled floor, space and plumbing for washing machine, room for a dryer and the Worcester oil fired boiler is housed here and heats domestic hot water and radiators

Garden Room

3.36m x 2.44m (11'0 x 8'0 )

with 2 windows and door to rear elevation and tiled flooring

Doored staircase

rises out of the living room into

Principal Bedroom

4.90m x 3.26m (16'0 x 10'8 )

with window to front and window to side. Off here

Bedroom 3 / Study Room

3.68m x 1.83m (12'0 x 6'0 )

with a fitted cupboard and window to rear elevation

Bedroom 4 / Study Room

3.70m x 1.53m (12'1 x 5'0 )

with window to frontage

Shower Room

2.27m x 1.53m (7'5 x 5'0 )

with window to side, extensively tiled floor and walls, modern suite in white of wc, wash hand basin, large shower area with multi-head shower

Further doored staircase leads off the dining room

Bedroom 2

3.74m x 3.73m (12'3 x 12'2 )

with windows to both front and side elevations, access to roof space and a fitted cupboard with hanging rail


The property is approached over a gravelled driveway which leads down to the property. There is a lawned area of garden with mature tree and the former garage which is currently used as a log store. Attractive flood defence fence then opens into a gravelled area nearest the front of the house with some shrubs and plants, gravelled pathway then leads to the side of the property where the larger part of the garden can be found. There are stone edged flowering borders, lawned garden, bricked patio, a selection of fruit trees and mature boundaries aiding privacy. Further lawned garden sitting at the back of the house with well established borders, large garden shed, composting area and selection of mature trees.


Mains electricity, mains water and mains drainage. Oil fired heating to radiators. Broadband speed 18 Mbps. Flood risk - Medium

Agents Notes:

1.The property has been in the ownership of our current vendor since 1997 and suffered from a small flood in 1998 and again in February 2020. Since that most recent flood a flood defence fence has been erected. Current insurance policy includes cover for flood, further details can be requested from the agent.

2.The neighbouring property has right of way over the driveway for both pedestrian and vehicular access


The property is freehold

Local Authority:

Shropshire Council, tax band - E


Contact the Ludlow Office on Tel: 01584 875207 or Craven Arms Office 01588 672728

Or you can email us at ludlow@samuelwood.co.uk or visit our web site at www.samuelwood.co.uk

For out of office enquiries please phone Andrew Cadwallader on 07974 015764

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Samuel Wood

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