Coreley, Ludlow


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
This delightful 3 bedroom detached country cottage enjoys a lovely rural setting just off Clee Hill common and sits in gardens extending to an acre with extensive parking, detached 2 roomed office and fine views. Accommodation benefiting from double glazing and a mixture of electric underfloor heating and wood burning stove heating to include utility room, garden room, living room with large inglenook fireplace, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, downstairs bedroom with en-suite, first floor landing 2 further bedrooms and family bathroom. Viewing advised. EPC on order

Coreley is a rural hamlet sitting on the slopes of The Clee and only a short drive into Clee Hill village where an excellent range of facilities to include a shop, mobile post office, doctor s surgery, bakers, fish and chips shop, junior school, public house, church village hall and an active community can be found. Historic Ludlow is also a short drive to the west whilst to the east connections to the west midlands can be enjoyed.

Utility room

2.80m x 1.72m (9'2 x 5'7 )

With window overlooking garden, quarry tiled floor. Large deep glazed sink unit, woodblock work surface, cupboards beneath, space and plumbing for washing machine, high level cupboards and fitted coat hooks.

Living Room

4.77m x 4.27m (15'7 x 14'0 )

Full of character with window back into garden room and window to rear elevation, engineered oak floor, ceiling beam. There is a large featuring fireplace with heavy beam over, quarry tiled half and Clearview wood burning stove which has a back boiler which runs radiators upstairs.

Garden Room

4.60m x 2.56m 3.15m x 2.66m (15'1 x

Which is in 2 parts. A lovely light space with windows overlooking the gardens, 2 Velux roof windows, quarry tiled floor, staircase to first floor. Further glazed door and window to the second section of this room with double opening doors out onto the garden.

Dining Room

4.29m x 3.15m (14'0 x 10'4 )

Has windows back into garden room, to front side and rear elevation, ceiling timber, engineered oak floor.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

4.52m x 3.20m (14'9 x 10'5 )

Has high ceiling, windows to rear, side and frontage taking in these loving views. Further Velux roof window, engineered oak floor, ample room for table and chairs. Fitted with a range of handmade Pineland units with wood block surfaces, ceramic sink unit, 4 ring gas hob (run off bottle gas) with extractor positioned above and double electric oven below, room for fridge freezer.

Downstairs Bedroom Suite

3.14m x 3.10m (10'3 x 10'2 )

Including a small lobby with engineered oak floor, adjacent to which is a wet room having roof window, tiled floor, extensively tiled walls, shower area, wc and wash hand basin in white. The bedroom has stable door to garden two roof windows and engineered oak floor.

First Floor Landing

With double glazed roof window, door into airing cupboard with factory insulated hot water cylinder and excellent shelving.

Bedroom 2

4.32m x 3.25m (14'2 x 10'7 )

Having 2 roof windows and window to side taking in this fine far reaching view. Window seat, exposed floor boards and access into roof space

Bedroom 3

3.60m x 2.57m (11'9 x 8'5 )

Has roof window to frontage, window seat and exposed floor boards and access to roof space.

House Bathroom

Has roof window to rear, suite in white to include WC, wash hand basin with vanity cupboard, bath with central taps and raised shower area with shower fitted and tiled surround.


The property is approached through a 5 bar gate which leads round to the back of the property where a large gravelled driveway can be found. Here there is a lawned garden and some soft fruits. There is also a polytunnel and large shed which can be taken to by separate negotiation. There is also a stone outbuilding and a log store. Attractive cottage gardens sit predominantly at the front of the cottage and a raised tiled patio takes in these lovely views to the surrounding countryside. Lawned Gardens can be enjoyed with well established boundaries with mature trees, shrubs and plants including a selection of fruits and a stone built outbuilding. There is a large kitchen garden with raised beds, further section of fruit trees, small tree house, garden shed and wood store. The property also benefits from a detached two roomed office building. Room 1 has roof windows to front and side elevations, light and power fitted and the second room has two windows overlooking gardens and further roof windows. There is a mezzanine area for storage and further door into a cloakroom with a WC and wash hand basin, window to side.


Mains electricity, mains water and a private drainage system which includes a composting chamber. Heating is dual with electric underfloor heating system on the ground floor. On the first floor there are radiators which are run off a back boiler to the wood burning stove. There is also some electric storage heaters in the office. Telephone to BT regulations. The property has the benefit of solar panels with an income over last year of approximately £2200. There is a wind turbine on site but that will be available by separate negotiation. The vendors also have an electric car charging point on the property.

Local Authority

Shropshire Council

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