Wall-under-Heywood near Church Stretton, Shropshire
Cardington 1 mile. An attractive stone-built, semi-detached cottage adjoining the owner's property on a 7-acre equestrian smallholding in the hamlet of Wall-under-Heywood, close to the lovely Caradoc Hill and Wenlock Edge. This cosy single-storey property is full of character, with exposed beams, a stone fireplace with open fire and a pretty garden with countryside views, perfect for dining alfresco. Nearby is the pretty village of Cardington, home to the oldest pub in Shropshire, and within 4 miles is the delightful town of Church Stretton, overlooked by the wonderful Long Mynd hills, and fondly known as "Little Switzerland". An ideal base for walkers and cyclists to enjoy the wonderful South Shropshire Hills, this lovely cottage is also within easy reach of the medieval towns of Ludlow and Shrewsbury and all the many attractions of the area including the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge.
All ground floor. One bedroom: 1 x king-size double. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with breakfast bar for two. Cosy sitting room with open fire.
Oil central heating with open fire in sitting room. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV, video, DVD. Fuel, power and starter pack for open fire inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Bike storage. Large lawned garden with furniture, BBQ and views of Wenlock Edge. Sorry, no smoking and no pets. Shops 3.5 miles. Pub 10 mins walk. Note: Babes-in-arms only.
At a glance
- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Ground floor bedroom
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
About the location
Cardington 1 mile; Church Stretton 4 miles; Much Wenlock 7 miles; Ludlow 12 miles.
The rural hamlet of Wall-under-Heywood is near to the pretty village of Cardington, which lies at the foot of Caradoc and Lawley Hills amongst the rolling hills of the South Shropshire countryside. Cardington boasts the oldest pub in Shropshire - The Royal Oak, mentioned in the Domesday Book! Its rural situation is ideal for sightseeing, with miles of country walks in all directions, not to mention the beautiful Shropshire hills - a draw for walkers, riders and nature lovers alike! A wealth of birdlife (including buzzards, woodpeckers and ravens) has its home here. Acton Scott Historic Working Farm, Severn Valley Steam Railway, Stokesay Castle, Shrewsbury, Ludlow and the Ironbridge Gorge, with its 10 museums, are each less than 15 miles away. The attractive market towns of Church Stretton (known as "Little Switzerland" by the Victorians) and Much Wenlock are both close by and offer a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants. A superb all year round location!