Cleestanton, Ludlow, Shropshire, SY8
A prominent house of stature in stunning surroundings.
Bank Farm stands in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty and on the western slopes of the Clee Hill. The views are sensational and peaceful, yet close to market towns such as Ludlow and Bridgnorth. Also available with separate access is a further 11.73 acres of permanent pasture. The kitchen is large and modern and reception rooms have high ceilings and are light. This is a fabulous family house in a stunning location. There are two gated entrances. One is directly behind the house, close to the kitchen and back door. The formal entrance sweeps through the garden and to the front of the house. Stone steps lead up to the front door and porch. The Hall has oak flooring and is large and welcoming with a cloakroom off, the main staircase and access to the excellent cellar with its boiler and water filters. The Sitting Room has a wood stove and leads through to the Study. The Drawing Room which was formerly two rooms also has a wood stove and in the bay window is a door out on to the terrace. The Dining Room has two garden doors and with its double doors opens out and combines with the Kitchen with its great range of floor and wall mounted units incorporating various ovens, a hob and a Sandford oil fired oven. The boot room beyond leads out onto the gravelled car parking area at the back of the house. On the first floor are four excellent bedrooms, one with an ensuite bathroom, a family bathroom and a Laundry Room which could be a further bedroom if required. On the second floor are two further bedrooms and a bathroom. The gardens comprise undulating lawns, mature trees and shrubs. The buildings along the edge of the drive are stables and machinery sheds, behind which is a vegetable garden and greenhouse.