Guide Price £625,000 Under Offer
An Exceptional House in a Fabulous Setting
- Two ground floor bedrooms each with their own bathrooms
- Open plan first floor surrounding stairwell with modern kitchen
- Sitting room/Dining Room with balcony along east elevation
- Study/third bedroom next to bathroom
- Delightful small terraced garden
- Garage with planning to enlarge
- Views along Cardingmill Valley
Pine Trees is on the western edge of Church Stretton in a quiet cul
de sac, enjoying lovely views.
Both the Long Mynde and Wenlock Edge are within walking
distance, as is the town centre with its shops, restaurants and bars
as well as the train station which is on the Manchester/Cardiff line.
Road access to major conurbations is also excellent to
Shrewsbury, the M54 and Midlands.
The original house was built in 1985. It was completely transformed
about 15 years ago using modern materials to create sustainable
The ground floor has underfloor heating and there are solar panels
on the roof. The bespoke windows and doors are double glazed
and the concertina sliding door along the balcony brings “the hills
into the house”.
The central stairwell and roof light brightens the whole house. The
ground floor bathrooms were hewn out of the rock. The stairs from
the lane also incorporate a lift, although planning is available to
raise the garage, which could also incorporate an internal lift.
The kitchen is fully fitted with a marble topped island and Meile
hob, electric and steam oven and warming drawer. Door to
the garden. The sitting/dining room area has an attractive fireplace
incorporating a wood burning stove and a further door to the
The concertina doors and doors from the study/bedroom open to
the balcony running along one side of the house. Further folding
doors allow the study to become a bedroom enjoying its own
The garden at the back of the house is a perfect size providing
privacy and terracing.
Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage.
Directions (SY6 6DS)
Drive into Church Street town centre. Go over the cross roads, continuing up the hill and turning right into Longhill Road. Pine Trees is along the cul de sac on the left hand side.