Clee St Margaret, Craven Arms


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  • Bedrooms: 3
Nestled into the Brown Clee Hill with spectacular panoramic views over beautiful rolling Shropshire countryside The Yeld is a delightful Detached 3 Bedroom Cottage with many period features but also all modern conveniences. The property is secluded and quiet, surrounded by 4.3 acres of its own garden and grounds and set in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Accommodation of this delightful 3 bedroom detached cottage is beautifully presented and includes a large triple Garage with useful first floor area which provides excellent opportunity for home working or potential annexe subject to the necessary consents. Viewing is a must. No onward chain. EPC E

Canopied Porch

opening into a delightful

Garden Room

2.53m x 3.02m (8'4 x 9'11 )

With large windows enjoying the fantastic far reaching views, tiled floor and exposed stone work.


With terracotta tiled floor


2.33m x 1.38m (7'8 x 4'6 )

having window to outside, Amtico flooring, period suite of high level flush wc, corner wash hand basin with vanity cupboard and space and plumbing for washing machine.

Living Room

5.50m x 4.49m (18'1 x 14'9 )

Full of character with timbered ceiling, windows overlooking the garden and door to garden. There is a feature inglenook fireplace with heavy timber over, exposed brickwork, old bread oven feature, flagstone hearth with a Clearview wood burning stove.

Dining Room

3.83m x 2.76m (12'7 x 9'1 )

has window overlooking the gardens, attractive tiled flooring and timbered ceiling. There is an attractive fireplace with a Georgian cast iron range, to either side there are period cupboards and a useful under-stairs storage cupboard.


3.80m x 2.58m (12'6 x 8'6 )

Has Amtico flooring and a good sized window taking in the phenomenal far reaching view. The kitchen has a ceramic sink unit, solid oak block work surfaces, a range of matching cream coloured units that include base cupboards, wall cupboards and drawers. An electric hob with electric oven below, extractor positioned above, integrated fridge and freezer, dishwasher and room for breakfast table and chairs.


2.01m x 2.58m (6'7 x 8'6 )

having window to side, Amtico flooring, a period suite in white that includes wc, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath with shower screen, shower over and tiled splash backs.

Doored Staircase to First Floor Landing

having window to rear elevation overlooking gardens and useful shelved cupboard.

Bedroom 1

4.37m x 3.76m (14'4 x 12'4 )

Has window overlooking garden with views towards the Common, double glazed roof window to other elevation, wash hand basin, large chimney breast with feature cast iron basket grate with antique pine surround.

Bedroom 2

2.77m x 4.49m (9'1 x 14'9 )

Has window to side elevation taking in the phenomenal view towards Nordy Bank Hill Fort, 2 sets of fitted wardrobe cupboards and further semi-fitted low level cupboards / drawers

Bedroom 3

3.10m x 2.75m (10'2 x 9'0 )

Has window taking in the panoramic view, access to roof space and double doors into large cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and shelving.


The Yeld is all about it's wonderful peaceful location, the property is accessed off the public highway over common land. The property sits in land extending to 4.3 acres and that incorporates a sweeping gravel driveway with a central copper beech tree with a turning circle around. There is a delightful garage block that includes 2 open fronted bays and central double doors into a Garage / Workshop, from here ladder access leads to the first floor with 3 interconnecting rooms which offer great potential for home working or potential for an annexe subject to the necessary consents.

From the parking area the gravel driveway then leads down to the cottage and the views from the property are absolutely stunning, right across Shropshire countryside and the property's own land. The gardens have been lovingly landscaped by the current vendors over their 30 year tenure and need to be viewed to be fully appreciated.

There are 2 paddocks with the property, both are fully fenced. The lower field is gently sloping with an animal shelter and is a real picture during the spring when the bluebells are flowering. The top field has a coppice along the boundary line and a useful implement store together with an orchard with a number of apple and pear trees. Dotted through the garden there is a selection of specimen trees including a magnificent red oak and lovely old yew tree. Elsewhere there is a profusion of cottage garden style perennial planting together with a vegetable and herb garden.


From Ludlow take the B4364 towards Bridgnorth.

Follow the B4364 for approximately 4 miles, then turn left onto the minor road signposted to Stoke St. Milborough and Clee St. Margaret. Follow the road to Stoke St. Milborough.

In Stoke St. Milborough follow the road through the village towards Clee St. Margaret. The road goes steeply uphill past the Tractor Breakers (Bodenham), then levels out and passes fields until it bends left by a small car parking area and gate onto Clee Liberty common. The road then narrows slightly as it goes downhill. About halfway down the hill there is a sharp bend to the left, with a low stone wall ahead of you. Immediately before that bend, turn sharp right onto a stoned track. This turning is also next to a yellow grit bin on the right. Proceed through a wooden 5-bar gate, then 50 yards across Clee Liberty common to another 5-bar gate to 'The Yeld', then up the stoned drive to the house. Please ensure you shut the gates securely after you.


Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage, electric heating to the property and wood burning stoves, telephone to BT regulations and windows are upvc double glazed.

Local Authority:

Shropshire Council

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