Church Street, Clun


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  • Bedrooms: 3
***Viewings are available so please call 01547 529907*** A beautifully restored former Draper's cottage located in Clun in rural Shropshire, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), making it perfect for the quiet country lifestyle with plenty of walks on your doorstep. The property has a wealth of period features throughout and offers light and spacious accommodation with three bedrooms, three reception rooms and a large mature garden. Viewing is strongly recommended.


Draper's Cottage is a wonderful property built in 1711 with a wealth of period features including exposed beams, fireplaces, original windows, the original chalk board for the drapers shop and many more. The property is light and spacious with 3 reception rooms and 3 bedrooms. It has a lovely mature cottage garden to the rear and a summer house with views across the village and surrounding countryside.

The accommodation comprises: snug, living room, dining room, kitchen, cloakroom, three bedrooms, dressing room and bathroom.

Property description

The cottage has been upgraded to a very high standard with solid oak floors, oak doors with cast iron handles and Georgian style radiators on the ground floor maintaining a wide range of period features. The original front door, with stained glass above leads into the snug which is a lovely cosy room and has a step leading up to the hall and the ground floor cloakroom and the kitchen. The original drapers chalkboard is still present. There is also a door leading into the living room which is a wonderful room with exposed beams and a large Inglenook fireplace with a woodburning stove. Off the living room is the dining room which has exposed stone walls, patio doors into the garden and a georgian style fireplace in the corner. From the dining room you step down into the kitchen which has a wooden effect floor, country style wall and base units, oil fired boiler, Belfast sink, Everhot oven and white goods (all included in the sale).

In the living room there are stairs rising to the first floor and opens onto a central landing with exposed beams. There are three bedrooms and a bathroom on this floor with bedroom one being to the front with period fireplace and a sizeable dressing room with fitted wardrobes. There are two further bedrooms, with bedroom three being used as a study. The bathroom has been upgraded to offer a modern three piece suite with power shower over the bath, fully tiled walls, towel radiator and a wooden floor. There is a handy airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and back up immersion heater

Gardens and parking

The cottage has a lovely country cottage garden to the rear with a patio area off the the dining room, steps up to an area with planted with shrubs and plants and the log store. There are two storage sheds to the left and a greenhouse on the right. The path carries on up the garden to raised beds planted with a range of shrubs and plants and leads to a further patio area at the top of the garden. From here there are steps leading up to the summer house (2.61m x 2.61m) which has light, power and the furniture included. From here there are wonderful views over Clun and the surrounding hills.


Tranquil, pretty community overlooked by spectacular castle ruins.

Most people think of Clun as a village, but it has the distinction of being granted a very early town charter in the 14th century. It was also mentioned in the Domesday Book and there is archaeological evidence of habitation back as far as 5,000 years ago with Neolithic and Bronze Age tools on display in the town's museum.

Overlooking the town is the ruined Borderland castle, perched high on two ice age mounds with the River Clun running past it, makes a scenic picnic spot. Clun is located in the Shropshire's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and draws many visitors to the town to enjoy its hospitality, wonderful walking and scenery

The town has some local shops and amenities and a primary school

but more extensive shopping is available in Knighton, Bishops Castle, Craven Arms and Ludlow and train stations on the Heart of Wales train line which links the west coast of Wales, mid Wales and English mainlines is located at Knighton, Bucknell, Hopton Heath and Craven Arms.


Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected. The property has oil fired heating. Shropshire Council Tax Band C

Agents notes

Please be advised that the property is being sold with a Flying Freehold over the cloakroom.

Buyers are also advised that there is a right of way across the rear of the property for the neighbouring properties on either side. This is used rarely and is used mainly for oil deliveries.


Clun is located equidistant from Knighton (Powys), Bishops Castle and Craven Arms (Shropshire) and using the postcode SY7 8JW on your Sat Nav will take you directly to Church Street, the property is located half way down the street.

CONSUMER PROTECTION FROM UNFAIR TRADING REGULATIONS 2008 (CPR) We endeavour to ensure that the details contained in our brochure are correct through making detailed enquiries of the owner but they are not guaranteed. The agents have not tested any appliance, equipment, fixture, fitting or service and have not seen the title deeds to confirm tenure. All measurements are quoted to the nearest 1/10 metre. All liability in negligence of otherwise for any loss arising from the use of these particulars is hereby excluded.

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