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Station Road


About the property

An extremely characterful period home with the most fantastic grounds totalling around 2.5 acres.
Property Snapshot
  • 2.5 acres including large paddock
  • Beautiful views to the Clee Hills
  • Amazing potential
  • Superb village location

The property is conveniently situated on the edge of this beautiful village with direct access to surrounding countryside. In need of some updating this charming cottage has lots of potential to improve and extend (subject to planning). The fantastic accommodation on offer includes two reception rooms, a farmhouse style kitchen, a family bathroom, three double bedrooms and a fourth landing bedroom/study. This home would make an ideal smallholding for equestrian purposes and those seeking a rural retreat.

An exciting opportunity to purchase this extremely characterful period residence situated in the heart of Stottesdon village.

5 Station Road benefits from a superb plot of land which extends to around 2.5 acres including a large paddock/meadow. This aspect of the cottage will no doubt lend itself extremely well to those with horses or buyers keen on gardening, growing their own or creating a wildlife haven. The grounds directly border countryside with delightful views across fields to the nearby Clee Hills.

The cottage offers a spacious footprint of accommodation full of charming period features including an inglenook fireplace and exposed beams. The property would benefit from some modernisation and offers good scope for further extension if required (subject to securing relevant planning permissions).

The property is approached by a driveway to the front which can accommodate several vehicles. There is space at the side of the property to create vehicular access which would be very useful if the new owner wanted to take a horsebox or the like down to the paddock at the rear.

The cottage is accessed via a glazed door which leads to a sizeable reception hall which can accommodate a sofa and has a storage cupboard and doors leading to the reception rooms and kitchen.

The main sitting room has dual aspect and is full of character with a feature inglenook fireplace housing a wood burner, exposed beams, wall lights and windows to front and rear.

The spacious second reception room has exposed beams and French doors leading to the rear garden.

The farmhouse style breakfast kitchen is a good-sized room with lots of potential and currently includes a Rayburn, work surfaces with an inset Belfast sink and storage cupboards underneath, space for a fridge freezer, exposed beams and brickwork, quarry tiles to the floor, three windows to the front and stairs to the first floor.

A utility area / shower room completes the ground floor accommodation. With space and plumbing for appliances, work surface with an inset sink and drainer, a radiator, a shower cubicle and a window to the side.

Stairs rise from the kitchen to the first-floor study / landing which can also be used as a fourth double bedroom. With exposed beams, a storage cupboard, a window to the front and a doorway leading to another of the bedrooms. The landing area has a Velux window to the rear. The main bedroom is a spacious double and has windows to the front, side and rear. The remaining two bedrooms are both doubles.

The family bathroom has a panelled bath, pedestal wash basin, low-level WC and Velux style window with views.

The gardens and grounds are a great feature of this property as they are very natural and blend in beautifully with the surrounding countryside. The extremely private land totals around 2.5 acres and lends itself to equestrian usage, self-sufficiency and those wanting to interact with nature and create a wildlife haven in the meadow.

Directly to the rear of the cottage is a lovely mature garden with views of the Brown Clee from the lawn. The garden also includes a paved patio, a side gate and a vast array of established plants and trees including buddleia, horse chestnut, cherry and silver birth.

The gardens seamlessly give way to the extensive paddock/meadow beyond which is bordered by mature hedging and features a useful wooden pony stable tucked away in one corner. At the bottom of the paddock is a tranquil wooded glade bordered by a stream giving way to the countryside beyond.

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