Bleathwood, Ludlow


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
This Detached 2 / 3 Bedroom period cottage enjoys a lovely rural setting away from main roads and sits in grounds of an acre with a double garage, 2 excellent outbuildings and a further range of sheds. The current vendors have set up to the property to be self sufficient as far as possible with a large and productive vegetable selection, good selection of fruit trees and plenty of room for various animals. Accommodation lovingly restored and full of charm and character, benefitting from double glazing and includes: Reception Porch, Living Room with wood burner, Study, Kitchen, Dining Room, Garden Room and large walk-in Pantry whilst on the first floor there are 3 Bedrooms (2 interconnecting) and a Shower Room.

The property is rurally located in the Hamlet of Bleathwood yet within easy reach of historic Ludlow and the popular town of Tenbury Wells, both having a good range of shopping, recreation and educational facilities.

Grounds extend to an acre with a good selection of outbuildings to include Double Garage whilst the cottage which has been renovated by the current vendors to an extremely high standard with oak woodwork throughout and is fully described as follows:

Front door opens into

Reception Porch

with exposed timber features, windows overlooking garden and quarry tiled floor. Oak door with upper glazed section to

Living Room

4.34m x 3.44m

with timbered ceiling, window overlooking front garden, exposed stone features, attractive fireplace with heavy beam over, brick hearth and a Clearview wood burning stove. The room also has some oak panelling. Opening through to


3.37m x 3.11m

with window overlooking garden, fitted desk in oak with granite work surface, under stairs storage cupboard, tiled floor and doorway through to


3.76m x 3.26m

with range of handmade oak units with brick pillars, granite work surfaces, large granite sink, electric hob with extractor positioned above, electric oven, space and plumbing for washing machine, room for fridge and tiled floor matching that of the study. There is a brick fireplace with solid fuel Rayburn which heats domestic hot water and a single radiator in the bathroom

Dining Room

3.55m x 2.73m

With timbered ceiling, window to front side, tiled floor, double opening doors into

Garden Room

5.73m x 2.60m

with exposed oak features, oak cased windows, door to garden and tiled floor

Walk-in Pantry

4.88m x 1.80m

With high ceiling, roof window, further oak case windows to side elevation and tiled flooring. There is a range of oak / laminate work surfaces, base cupboards and wall cupboards.

Oak staircase rises out of the study with wrought iron balustrade and brick feature onto

First Floor Landing

with access to roof space, roof window to roadside elevation and oak timbered features

Bedroom 1

3.80m x 3.40m

with window overlooking the frontage, double glazed roof window and exposed timbered features, oak ledge and brace door

Bedroom 3

3.90m x 3.27m

With window to rear side, access to roof space, timbered features, door into airing cupboard housing the factory insulated hot water cylinder and the cold water tanks. Interconnecting door to

Bedroom 2

3.56m x 2.75m

with window overlooking gardens and grounds


Adjoining the house, oak door opens into

Useful Outbuilding

with window to front side


The property is approached off a quiet lane onto a concrete driveway which leads to a good sized gravelled hard standing which provides parking for numerous vehicles with Detached Double Garage with concrete floor, light and power fitted and measures internally 5.40m x 5.40m. Sitting opposite the garage are 2 brick and block built out buildings with feather boarding at half height. The first of which has vaulted ceiling, 2 sets of double opening doors, 2 roof windows, concrete floor and measures internally 7.50m x 4.60m. The second outbuilding is brick and block inside construction with feather boarding at half height, double opening doors into section 1 with light and power fitted and measuring internally 4.20m x 3.46m with the second section having a stable door and measuring internally 4.20m x 2.50m. Within the grounds there are further timber built outbuildings and a pigscot, numerous fruit trees to include cider apples, eating and cooking apples, damsons, plums, pears and large and productive vegetable section enclosed by stone walling, whilst gardens sit adjacent to the cottage, in the main laid to lawn with a central pond feature. There is also a large Summer House with freezer unit adjacent.


Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage. Windows are a mixture of softwood and oak and are double glazed. Wood burner in living room and solid fuel Rayburn in kitchen

Local Authority:

Herefordshire Council

To view this property:

Contact the Ludlow Office on Tel: 01584 875207 or Craven Arms Office 01588 672728

Or you can email us at or visit our web site at

For out of office enquires please phone Andrew Cadwallader on 07974 015764


Samuel Wood routinely refers vendors and purchasers to providers of conveyancing and financial services. We may receive fees from them as declared in our Referral Fees Disclosure Form.

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01584 318026

Samuel Wood

Tamberlaine House, The Buttercross, Ludlow, Shropshire

See all properties from this agent

Send me homes like this by email