Linney, Ludlow

Guide price

Bedrooms: 6
This beautiful Edwardian Country house is situated in the heart of the Medieval town of Ludlow and has far-reaching views over the roof-tops of Ludlow towards the Castle. The house offers a downstairs annexe, with a further five bedrooms and five bathrooms. A large double garage with further ample visitors parking. Beautiful garden with large ornamental pond.


Situated in the heart of Ludlow in an elevated position, offering rooftop views as well as views of the famous Ludlow Castle. The property has five bedrooms on the first floor and an annexe to the ground floor consisting of a bedroom or living room and shower room. The property boasts a beautiful garden.

Property Description

A striking Edwardian country home; like every country home you enter through the side door and into a small inner lobby ideal for wet dogs and boots, although the dogs can be also brought in through the utility door. Open a further door from the inner lobby and enter a wide and bright entrance hall, with high ceilings and skirtings in keeping with the era. On the right is a shower room, which doubles as the guest cloakroom. The first of the reception rooms is located on the left as you enter the hallway and has large sash windows overlooking the gardens and castle, with extensive rooftop views. This really light drawing room has a wood burning stove, picture rails and original cornicing, together with a further door opening into an alternative reception room with bespoke shelving units. This is also a very light and once again has windows to the front aspect overlooking the gardens, and the far-reaching countryside views. There is a door to the main hallway, with herringbone parquet flooring and stairs to the first floor, as well as stairs to a large cellar an ideal place for the wine you will drink with friends, whilst sitting in the garden and looking at Ludlow Castle lit up at night. Across the hall is the formal dining room, once again with large sash windows overlooking the gardens. The Dining room has a typical 1950 s style fireplace. Go back into the main hall and at the end of the hallway is the Morning room, which is currently used as a breakfast room as it is adjacent to the kitchen and has the same co-ordinating bookshelves with storage beneath and large cupboard to the right. The boiler is housed in the Morning room hidden in a cupboard, with storage beneath. The kitchen has a wealth of floor and wall units, included in which there is a plate rack and display cupboards, all installed taking into consideration the era of the property. There is a large butcher s style central island and the flooring is the original quarry tiled flooring. The sink overlooks the rear courtyard and garaging. From the kitchen there is a useful utility room which currently houses the dishwasher; the flooring continues through the utility room. A door to the rear courtyard is also located in the utility room. From the Morning room there is access to a useful sun room/living room for the annexe. This has two doors, one to the garaging and the other to a small side courtyard, which could become the patio garden to the annexe. From this sun room there is a door to the annexe bedroom and shower room, ideal for multi-generational living, or visitors. It would also double as a useful home office with reception room, thereby not interfering with the main family home. Take the stairs to the first floor and there you will find five bedrooms all of generous proportions. The master bedroom has its own en-suite and there are two bathrooms side by side. It would be really easy to change the living space to allow there to be four bedrooms each having its own bathroom.


The gardens are to the front and side of the property and offer far-reaching views including a wonderful view of the infamous Ludlow Castle, Arranged with an area of lawn and an ornamental pond. The annexe has a private patio with raised beds. The property is set with 0.5 of an acre.

Garage and parking

The property has a large double garage with two electric doors. There is ample visitors parking both outside the garages and on the driveway, giving all your visitors ease of parking.

Out buildings

There is a useful large shed in the driveway and an open bay log store.


Mains gas central heating, electricity and drainage

Tenure: Freehold

Council Tax Band

Shropshire County Council


From the Ludlow office, cross Market Square and continue towards the Castle, follow the road down towards Dinham, just before the bridge turn right into Linney follow the road up the hill and down the other side, here you will find residents parking and a parking payment machine. The driveway to The Orchard is found on the opposite side of the road.


The Orchard is located in the heart of Ludlow's thriving town centre in the very popular Linney and is within the Old Town Walls. Being on the doorstep to the town centre you will find a range of independent traders, shops and cafés with frequent open-air markets, food festivals, events and the famous Castle.

Regarded as one of the best foodie towns in the country and with some of the most beautiful buildings which showcase how architecture has developed from the medieval period through to the 18th and 19th Centuries.

01432 507160

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