Ledwyche Court, The Sheet, Ludlow


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Desirably located right on the edge of the town with a lovely rural view towards Clee Hill sits this spacious 4 Bedroom barn conversion on a small select complex of similar properties. Outside the property benefits from well-maintained gardens to front and rear, driveway parking and a Garage. Accommodation benefitting from gas fired heating and upvc double glazing briefly includes: Reception Hall, Living Room with wood burner, Conservatory, Dining Room, Kitchen / Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Cloakroom, First Floor Landing with 4 Bedrooms, luxurious En-Suite Shower Room and House Bathroom. EPC rating - D

The property sits in a lovely edge of town setting with a rural outlook at the rear. Within a short walk is a good selection of local amenities and park and ride facility, whilst Ludlow's historic town centre is equally accessible being renowned for its' architecture, culture and festivals together with a good range of shopping, recreation and educational facilities. Accommodation at this delightful property is fully described as follows:

Canopied Porch

underneath which is the upper glazed front door opening into

Spacious Reception Hallway

with under stairs storage

Living Room

6.0m x 3.9m

With window to frontage, feature Yeoman wood burning stove and double opening doors to


3.9m x 3.3m

Wooden double glazed construction with double glazed roof and from here a lovely view over the garden and farmland to the rear can be enjoyed

Dining Room

3.1m x 2.8m

With window to frontage

Kitchen / Breakfast Room

3.9m x 2.9m

With window to rear and a lovely view, nicely fitted with a matching range of units with white fronts, part woodblock work surfaces and tiled splash backs, Belfast style sink unit, integrated gas hob with electric oven below, extractor positioned above, planned space for a dishwasher together with ample room for table and chairs and the Potterton wall mounted gas fired boiler is housed here and heats domestic hot water and radiators

Utility Room

2.0m x 1.8m

With door and window to rear elevation. Range of units matching that of the kitchen, space and plumbing washing machine and room for fridge freezer


with wc and wash hand basin in white

First Floor Landing

with access to roof space, door into airing cupboard having factory insulated hot water cylinder and shelves

Bedroom 1

3.5m x 3.0m

With window to rear

En-Suite Shower Room

2.9m x 1.9m

Luxuriously fitted suite in white of wash hand basin with large vanity cupboard, wc and walk-in shower, drawer unit, mirrored cabinet and extensively tiled walls and floor

Bedroom 2

3.6m x 3.0m

With window to frontage and exposed timber

Bedroom 3

3.1m x 2.8m

With window to frontage and door into large walk-in storage cupboard with hanging rail and shelves

Bedroom 4

2.9m x 1.9m

With window to frontage and exposed timber

House Bathroom

with window to rear and a suite in white of pedestal wash hand basin, wc and panelled bath with shower screen, shower over and tiled splash backs


The property sits in a courtyard setting of converted barns and is approached onto a double width driveway tarmacadam driveway which provides parking. The front garden is open plan, laid to lawn with one fruit tree, silver birch tree and a gravelled border. Also sitting at the frontage and being one of a block is the property's garage having up and over door, concrete floor and measuring internally 5.80m x 3.0m. The rear garden is enclosed by boarded fencing and an open fence at the rear taking in the view across fields and towards Clee Hill. The garden has been done with low maintenance in mind with a bricked seating area, lawned garden with borders, small garden shed and gated access back to the frontage


Mains electricity, mains water, mains drainage and mains gas. Gas fired heating to radiators. Windows are upvc double glazed with the exception of the conservatory which is a double glazed wooden construction. Telephone to BT regulations, wood burning stove in the living room. The property also has the benefit of photovoltaic panels on the roof and over the last 4 years the income has been between £500 and £550 per annum plus reduced energy costs.

Agents Note:

The property backs onto open farmland and enjoys a lovely view towards Clee Hill, however, Ludlow town's electricity station can also be seen. We also wish to point out that planning permission has been granted for a residential development on land sitting between Sheet House and Ludlow's Eco Park. This will not affect the current view.

Planning link: https://pa.shropshire.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=N213KETDIDF00

Local Authority:

Shropshire Council

To view this property:

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