Clee Hill, Ludlow

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Sitting a lovely rural setting on the edge of Clee Hill Common lies this end terrace, 3 bedroom cottage enjoying the most phenomenal and far uninterrupted view. Benefitting from a large garden of around 1/4th of an acre and off road parking. Accommodation, well presented, benefits from electric heating, wood burner and upvc double glazing to include: Living Room, Dining Room, Conservatory, Kitchen, First floor Landing with 3 Bedrooms and modern Bathroom. Internal inspection essential. EPC rating E.

The property sits adjoining Clee Hill Common and enjoys the most phenomenal and uninterrupted view, whilst the village, well serviced with facilities that include: Shop, Fish and Chip shop, Public House, Café, Doctors Surgery, Junior School, Church, Village Hall and active community. Historic Ludlow sits around 4 miles to the west and has a more comprehensive range of facilities, whilst the popular towns of Tenbury Wells and the large village of Cleobury Mortimer are also within a short drive.

Double glazed front door with 2 larger windows overlooking the courtyard garden opens into


4.50m x 1.83m (14'9 x 6'0 )

Nicely fitted with a matching range of units with painted fronts, heat resistant work surfaces, 1 bowl ceramic sink unit, large electric hob with extractor positioned above and electric oven below, planned space and plumbing for washing machine, dishwasher and fridge

Dining Room

4.50m x 2.62m (14'9 x 8'7 )

has ample room for table and chairs, door into large understairs storage cupboard, feature fireplace (non-functional) and double doors open to


4.02m x 3.00m (13'2 x 9'10 )

which takes in this phenomenal view across Clee Hill Common to surrounding countryside. The conservatory is of upvc construction with polycarbonate roof and tiled floor.

Living Room

4.50m x 3.64m (14'9 x 11'11 )

has 2 windows to front elevation with this fantastic far reaching view over the garden, Clee Hill Common and surrounding countryside. There is a feature fireplace with exposed brickwork, quarry tiled hearth with beam over and wood burning stove fitted.

Doored staircase leads to

First Floor Landing

with doors off to

Bedroom 1

3.68m x 2.65m (12'0 x 8'8 )

has window to frontage with this phenomenal view and sitting to the side of the chimney breast is an alcove with hanging rail

Bedroom 2

4.14m x 1.78m (13'6 x 5'10 )

has window to front elevation with this lovely view

Bedroom 3

2.70m x 2.62m (8'10 x 8'7 )

has window to rear overlooking the courtyard, shelved alcove to side of chimney breast and double doors into wardrobe cupboard


3.10m x 1.74m (10'2 x 5'8 )

has window to rear, modern suite in white of wc, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled P-style bath with curved shower screen, shower over, extensively tiled walls and floor. Door into airing cupboard housing the factory insulated hot water cylinder and shelf


The property sits in a lovely rural setting accessed across a track over the common. The property enjoys a concreted parking area. There is then a pedestrian access through Numbers 1 & 2 Stratton Cottages to both front and rear and leads into the grounds of Number 3. The current vendors use the rear access predominantly and this leads into a lovely, sheltered courtyard seating area which is paved and has a low stone wall and a very useful garden shed / workshop. Sitting at the side of the property is a lawned garden with further gated access out onto the Common. There are seating areas where a garden shed and greenhouse can be found and the most phenomenal views from this point can be enjoyed over Clee Hill Common and far reaching over Shropshire countryside and counties further on. There is then a further section of lawned garden with steps that lead down to the same where an old well can be found.


Mains electricity, mains water and mains drainage. The property benefits from electric heating, upvc double glazing and a wood burning stove. Broad band speed 18 53 Mbps. Flood risk very low.

Local Authority:

Shropshire council, tax band A


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

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


Proceed into Clee hill village from the Ludlow direction and just before you get the cattle grid and the picnic area which sits on the right-hand side there is an unmade track just before the picnic area on the right. Take this track which drops down and you will see the terrace of cottages sitting on the left-hand side and No. 3 is the 3rd cottage in the terrace.

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