A well-presented 5-bed farmhouse, set within the beautiful Shropshire countryside with 5 stables and 3 acres, forming part of the Downton Estate.
- A delightful 5-bed farmhouse situated on the Downton Estate
- GF – large kitchen/diner, sitting room, dining room, office, back kitchen, utility room, W.C x 2
- FF – 5 large bedrooms, 2x ensuite & family bathroom
- 5 stables within a traditional farm building
- Storage barn
- Ample parking
- Approx. 3 acres of paddocks
- Gardens & orchard
- Private drive leading up to the house
- EPC rating C
Distances (approximate miles)
Ludlow 5m | Craven Arms 12m | Bridgenorth 16m | Kidderminster 22m | Telford 27m | Hereford 27m | Shrewsbury 31m | Worcester 32m
Lower Wood Farm forms part of the Downton Estate located just a short drive from Ludlow and enjoys a peaceful rural location with views towards Clee Hill and the surrounding Shropshire countryside.
The picturesque market town of Ludlow is home to a wonderful range of services and amenities, including many local shops, Michelin Starred restaurants and leisure facilities.
Communication links within the area are good with the A49 linking the county town of Shrewsbury in the north to the Cathedral city of Hereford in the south.
Ludlow has a train station on the main Cardiff to Manchester line, with trains running to London at regular intervals, changing once at Newport.
Lower Wood Farm is a well-presented 5-bed farmhouse which forms part of the Downton Estate. The property has wonderful views over the beautiful Shropshire countryside benefitting from ample outdoor space.
From the side door off the parking area, you enter into the spacious utility room which has a sink and worktop space on either side, WC and traditional stone flooring which continues into the kitchen.
The kitchen has a range of wall and base units with a granite effect composite work surface and double Belfast sink. There is space for an American style fridge freezer and plumbing for a dish washer. The central island has more cupboard space and a double AGA set within. This large room has plenty of living space which was previously filled with sofas and a dining table, becoming the hub of the home. There are double doors leading out onto the patio area to the westerly side of the house, along with a separate entrance door on the same side. The room benefits from a number of windows allowing in ample natural light from both sides.
There are two internal doors from the kitchen area, one leading into the hallway at the front of the house and one into a further utility/washroom.
The second utility/washroom which has a WC and an external door from the other side of the house. This room houses the boiler and has lots of worktop space with a stainless-steel sink set within and further cupboard storage.
Also on the ground floor are two good sized rooms, which have previously been used as office space and a dining room.
The main front door entrance leads into a large reception hallway with the staircase to first floor level and doors off into the kitchen, dining room and sitting room.
The sitting room has original features including beams and an original fireplace with a new log burning stove to be installed within. There are dual aspect windows out onto the south facing gardens to the front and to the side of the house, allowing in lots of natural light.
At first floor level there is a large landing with doors off to the first two rooms: the master bedroom with ensuite and a double room with ensuite. The master is well-proportioned with views over the surrounding gardens, the ensuite has a bath and shower and two spacious storage cupboards. The first double bedroom again has views over the gardens with an ensuite which has a bath with shower above. Further along the hallway to the other side of the house are three double bedrooms serviced by a family bathroom which has a bath and shower. All of the bedrooms benefit from views over the beautiful Shropshire countryside.
Lower Wood Farm is a working cattle and sheep farm with the cattle being housed in an agricultural building behind the stables in the winter months. The farm itself is however well screened from the property by the stable building. Please note: construction of a concrete muck clamp is to be undertaken over summer 2022, which is to be cladded with a roof.
The property benefits from equestrian facilities to include 5 stables and 3 acres of grazing split over two paddocks. There is storage space within the traditional farm building housing the stables. The stables are approx. 12ft x 14ft in size although each may vary.
The fencing lining the driveway is to be renewed prior to the letting. The boundary is a mixture of mature hedging and post and rail with pig wire.
The property has a large south facing garden area mainly laid to lawn with wildflower borders and an orchard. Please note: the garden would not be dog proof.
The track from Hopton Cangeford is used by farm vehicles to get to Lower Wood Farm, the farm machinery however split off around the property boundary on a separate track, before the driveway.
Oil fired central heating
Double glazing throughout
Good internet connection is reported at the property via suppliers \'SWS\' or \'Airband\'
EPC rating C
Private drainage via a septic tank
Council Tax Band TBC
- There are no curtains or blinds included within the letting
- The property will have neutral carpets laid and will be fully redecorated throughout prior to the letting
- Pets are considered on application
From Ludlow head towards the Rocks Green roundabout taking the first exit onto the A4117. Then take the second left onto the B4364. Follow the road into Middleton and then bear left, follow this road for 1.5m before turning right heading towards Hopton Cangeford. Once within Hopton Cangeford, follow the track left at the sign for \'Lower Wood Farm\', the property is found at the end of the 0.3m track.
Terms & Conditions
Term - minimum term of 12 months.
Rent - £2,500 per calendar month to be paid monthly in advance.
Deposit - £2,880 payable upon the signing of the agreement equal to five weeks rent.
Holding Deposit - A holding deposit equal to one week\'s rent will be requested to remove the property from the market on agreeing terms between parties to place the property \'Under Offer\' and will therefore be held for the applicant whilst referencing is undertaken. This holding deposit will act towards the first month\'s rent on occupying the property.
Strictly by appointment with Jackson Property on 01743 709249 or email@example.com.
JACKSON PROPERTY for themselves and the vendors of the property, whose agents they are, give notice that these particulars, although believed to be correct, do not constitute any part of an offer of contract, that all statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility and are not to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and that they do not make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. An intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order, or fit for their purpose, neither has the agent checked legal documents to verify the freehold/leasehold status of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.
Sign up and keep up-to-date with our latest properties via email.
Book a Free Valuation
Please fill in your details and we will call you back to make arrangements.
Arrange a Viewing
Fill in your details and we will call you back to arrange a suitable viewing time.
*All fields are required
Make an Enquiry
Please fill in your details and we will call you back to discuss your interest.