Knowbury, Ludlow


Guide price

Spacious Accomm, 20 Acres, Plus 80 Acres Available Via Separate Negotiation, 180 Degree Views, Additional Buildings, Kitchen / Breakfast Room with Aga, Conservatory / Orangery, Five Bedrooms, Stables, Two Bedroom Cottage, EPC Main House: F, EPC Cottage: E

Situation: Knowbury Hall is a country house which has been beautifully restored creating the wonderful home it is today, offering modern comfort whilst retaining the original features. The accommodation, as it is used today, is as follows: on the ground floor there is an entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, an open-plan kitchen / breakfast room with an Aga, study, conservatory / orangery plus boot room / utility with WC. On the first floor there are five double bedrooms including two en suite shower rooms and a family bathroom. The property enjoys 180° views across the valley.

In addition to the main house, there is a converted chapel with a well laid out living area providing excellent additional accommodation, all immaculately presented with a sitting room, kitchen breakfast room, two double bedrooms and a bathroom. This boasts very flexible accommodation for a multitude of purposes including an annexe for a relation, guest quarters, a commercial let or perhaps even the opportunity for a potential buyer to run a B&B. Outside the front door the gardens are lawned and there is a large south facing terraced area plus a vegetable patch. In addition to the main house there is a triple garage, double garage / log store, a four-bay stable block, a tractor shed and a livestock shed with direct access to approximately 20 acres of permanent pasture. A further 80 acres is available via separate negotiation.

The overall package is a rare opportunity set in an idyllic position in one of the West Midlands most sought-after areas.

Knowbury Hall is situated within the outskirts of the village enjoying an attractive rural setting surrounded by stunning countryside. The village of Knowbury has a Church, village hall and public house. Ludlow is within easy reach with a selection of independent and state schools, high street shopping, bars and restaurants and an abundance of culture including food festivals and the internationally acclaimed Ludlow Festival. In addition to the festivals and fetes, there is an abundance of golf courses within the area, National Hunt racing and a range of well-known restaurants. To the south lie the county towns of Hereford and Worcester.

Travel links within the area are good with the A49 linking Shrewsbury to the north and Hereford to the south. The A4117 and the A456 head to the southeast connecting to the M5 and Birmingham. Ludlow is on the main Manchester to Cardiff railway line. Regional International airports are at Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham and Bristol.

Please Note: Public Rights of Way to Myrtle Cottage and The Old Farm along a farm track. Footpaths run across the property, please ask the Agent for further details.

Basic Payment Scheme included subject to Rural Payment Agency regulations, the Vendors will transfer the entitlements included in the sale.

Please note that we are unable to confirm if The Quillet (two bedroom house) complies with the general binding rules for septic tanks.

Directions: From Ludlow, take the Sheet Road to the end then turn left towards Caynham. Pass through the village of Caynham and continue into Knowbury. On entering the village, turn left onto Snitton Lane and Knowbury Hall is situated approximately 200m on the left-hand side.

Arrange viewing 01584 707100

Balfours LLP - Ludlow

67 Broad Street, Ludlow, Shropshire

See all properties from this agent

Send me homes like this by email