3 bedroom detached property with a good size garden occupying a good pot in the area close to local amenities. A Must see property
An attractive 1950s detached home ideal for updating
This home has many period features including original tiles, feature fireplaces and a solid fuel 1953 AGA in perfect working order.
A large expanse of garden which runs right down to the River Redlake.
Bucknell is a village that lies on the River Redlake, close to the River Teme and close to the borders of Wales and Herefordshire. About 6 miles east of Knighton and is set within the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The village itself has a general store, a butcher, petrol station, post office, a church, a primary school, two pubs and good public transport.
This home has many original features including floorboards, high ceilings, picture rails, original tiles, feature fireplaces and a solid fuel 1953 AGA in perfect working order.
The original 1950s kitchen is still in place with a useful larder, AGA, tiled floor and overlooks the large rear garden. There is a useful corridor from the back door with utility room, coal shed and downstairs toilet.
The sitting room has a large window seat, while the second reception room is dual aspect with a brick built fireplace.
There is a stunning stained glass window which adorns the stairway, leading to a bright and spacious landing area, the family bathroom and three bedrooms, each with built-in storage.
Situated in a large expanse of garden which runs right down to the River Redlake. A large area of lawns contains established apple, copper beech and sumac trees, as well as herb and flower beds.