Greete, Ludlow


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A wonderful 4 bedroom detached barn conversion of distinction enjoying a semi-rural location and sitting in grounds of approximately of an acre. Accommodation which was substantially added to with a Border Oak extension is full of charm and character whilst benefitting from modern kitchen and bathrooms that briefly include Reception Hall, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Cloakroom, Study, Luxurious Master Bedroom with Dressing Room and Bathroom, 3 further bedrooms, Shower Room and Integral Double Garage. Viewing advised. EPC F

The property is in a lovely rural location away from main roads in the scattered village of Greete. The historic market town of Ludlow is within easy driving distance and is renowned for its architecture, culture and festivals and offers a good range of facilities, whilst equally accessible is the popular town of Tenbury Wells. Outside the property sits in well maintained and mature gardens and grounds extending to approximately of an acre. The accommodation is fully described as follows:

Oak door opens into

Reception Hallway

With window and slate flooring

Sitting Room

A very light room with 2 large windows and double opening doors onto the garden, full of character, ceiling beam and ceiling timbers, feature fireplace with Clearview wood burning stove and under stairs storage cupboard.

Dining Room

Has dual aspect with windows to two elevations, exposed ceiling timbers and travertine tiled floor.


With door to rear and floor matching that of the dining room.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

Again with two windows and double doors stepping out onto gravelled seating area. There is ample room for a good sized table and chairs and the room is full of character with ceiling beams and ceiling timbers. The Kitchen area is fitted with a range of handmade units by Plain English with solid oak work surfaces, ceramic sink unit, Included in the sale is a Britannia range cooker with extractor positioned above. Hidden in the units is space for a dishwasher and fridge freezer. The Baxi wall mounted gas fired boiler is housed in the kitchen and heats domestic hot water and radiators. There is a hatch which goes up into a loft space with window to front and provides useful storage.

Utility Room

Flooring matching that of the dining room and kitchen, window to rear elevation with a lovely rural view and range of handmade base cupboards with Solid oak surfaces and a deep glazed sink unit with planned space for washing machine and dryer.


Has a window to garden and suite in white of wc and wash hand basin.


Has window to garden and slate flooring matching that of the Reception Hallway. Also housed in here is the second wall mounted gas fired boiler which heats underfloor heating in the Border Oak extension.

From the Reception Hallway

Oak staircase with oak balustrade leads to a

Magnificent Master Bedroom Suite

Built by Border Oak approximately 15 years ago and is full of character with vaulted ceilings. There are five windows to three elevations overlooking the grounds, open farmland and surrounding Shropshire countryside.

Large Dressing Room

With window to rear with this fine rural view, excellent range of fitted furniture that includes wardrobes, drawers, shelves, oak flooring and timbered features.

Luxurious En-Suite Bath Room

Having window to frontage with this fine view, exposed wall timbers and beam, tiled floor and walls and a suite that includes wc with its cistern inset to work surface, wash hand basin, panelled bath with shower screen and shower over.

Second Staircase

Rises out of the sitting room to

First Floor Landing

Having window overlooking the garden and a high ceiling with exposed timber work, door into linen cupboard with shelving.

Bedroom 2

Has a lovely high ceiling with exposed timbered features and beams, window to frontage taking in this fine view, further double glazed roof window, access into roof space and double doors into wardrobe cupboard with hanging rails.

Bedroom 3

Has window to rear with fine farmland view, further roof window, exposed timbering and beams.

Bedroom 4

Has roof velux window and exposed beams.

House Shower Room

Has double glazed roof window, exposed timbered features, fitted with a suite in white of wc with its cistern inset to tiled surround, wash hand basin and a corner shower cubicle with shower fitted. Tiled floor and walls.


The property is approached onto a large tarmacadam driveway which provides parking for numerous vehicles and this in turn leads to the back of the property onto a gravelled driveway where two sets of double opening doors open into the double garage. The garage has light and power fitted and 2 windows. (The double garage forms part of the Border Oak extension and offers potential for additional accommodation subject to necessary consents). Gardens with the property extend to approximately of an acre and include on the rear side elevation a gravelled seating area and 2 brick built former pigsties. The main part of the garden is laid to lawn interspersed with mature trees and plants. Directly nearest the house and accessed off the double doors in the sitting room there is a decked and paved seating area taking in a lovely view over the property's gardens. There are well established borders with shrubs and plants, some raised herb beds and topiary. The boundaries have deciduous hedging and there are fine views over a coppice and open farmland. At the bottom of the garden there is a productive vegetable section and fruit trees including damson along with a greenhouse and garden shed.


Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage via a Bio disc, Lpg gas fired heating to underfloor and radiators, whilst 3 rooms on the ground floor have additional electric under floor heating. Telephone is to BT regulations with fast fibre broadband. Windows and doors are double glazed - majority in oak.


From Ludlow proceed into the village of Caynham, turning right opposite the village hall signposted Greete and Tenbury Wells. The property will be found on the left hand side after 2 miles and if you reach the crossroads you have gone too far.

Local Authority

Shropshire Council


The property is freehold

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