House near Ludlow, Ludlow

Shropshire. Sleeps up to 12

From the property you are within walking distance of Ludlow s centre with a glut of local food producer s and eateries local artisans and their bespoke wares and a weekly food market which is not to be missed. This vibrant town offers a year round events calendar celebrating food crafts and theatre the showcase for this being the Food Festival in September. Put on your hiking boots and walk from the door into the stunning Whitecliffe Common or Mortimer Forest or in the warmer weather take a swim in the River Teme. If you have time to escape this vibrant town there s much to see further afield Stokesay Castle Wenlock Priory and Severn Valley Railway. Drive through the gates and see the first glimpse of the private home with sympathetically landscaped gardens that take you down to the water s edge. Enter the property on the lower ground floor and step into the entrance hall and leave the day behind. You are greeted by a uniquely designed bar area and a large open-plan living/dining room with seating for up to fourteen people. This is a beautiful space created for entertaining and further enhanced with an elegant interior. The living area has views of the river from the far end and architect designed arched windows offering views onto the garden. This is a perfect room for pre-dinner drinks or to simply relax on a Sunday morning. Sliding doors lead onto a covered terrace with river views soft seating and garden table and chairs that will comfortably sit fourteen guests. Leading from this space you will have access to the kitchen a former Michelin Star kitchen that has been retained and well-equipped with two electric ovens three separate induction hobs three sinks microwave fridge/freezer and dishwasher. There is also an additional tall fridge/freezer for extra capacity. For special occasions you have the option to hire a private chef to cook dinner which can be arranged with the owners. There is also an additional cloakroom and WC on this floor. Take the enchanting and cosy staircase from the kitchen up to the ground floor where you find an area with a selection of books a snug/TV room with sofas ideal for children to hangout in. Also on the ground floor is the master bedroom suite a luxurious and spacious room with a super king-size bed and large glazed doors leading to a private balcony overlooking the river TV and a separate sitting room with sofa bed and en-suite bathroom steam shower room and WC. Passing back through the snug/TV room you will have access to a utility room and another spacious bedroom suite with beautiful views of the river super king-size bed sitting/dressing room TV kitchenette and en-suite shower/steam room and WC. Back towards the snug/TV room is a private staircase which leads to another bedroom a cosy room with king-size bed small seating area and en-suite bathroom (with bath only) and WC. The main staircase leads to the first floor where you will find a further two bedrooms; a super king-size with magnificent views of the river and woodland private sitting/dressing room TV kitchenette and en-suite shower/steam room and WC. The other bedroom on this floor is an open-plan suite with views of the river and woodland super king-size bed separate bathroom (with bath only) with WC and separate shower room. There is also a detached annexe to the side of the house located above the garage with duel aspect views through the Juliette balcony or through the large floor to ceiling windows both of which overlook the stunning river Teme. The annexe is an open-plan area with super king-size bed seating area TV and en-suite bathroom with bath separate shower and WC. Step outside and enjoy the landscaped gardens with areas where you can sit and enjoy the sun throughout the day. Enjoy the views and wildlife of the River Teme. An area for dining along with a BBQ and fire pit make this house perfect for al fresco dining. In the evenings the garden comes to life with trees that light up and a water feature. There is private parking behind a gate on the drive for five/six cars depending on the vehicle sizes.

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