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27 Fishmore View, Ludlow

Shropshire, SY8 2PR

A four bedroom two bathroom home with views of the countryside in one of Ludlows most sought-after residential areas.

Four Bedrooms, Family Home, Sought-After Location, Stunning Views, Walking Distance to the Town Centre / Railway Station / Hospital, Home Office, Garden and Terrace, Off-Road Parking, Communal Green Area / Playground, EPC D

Guide price £400,000

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Property type House
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2

Key features

  • Four Bedrooms
  • Family Home
  • Sought-After Location
  • Stunning Views
  • Walking Distance to the Town Centre / Railway Station / Hospital
  • Home Office
  • Garden and Terrace
  • Off-Road Parking
  • Communal Green Area / Playground
  • EPC D

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A little bit about

Wales

There are many historic towns in mid-Wales; Montgomery, Llandrindod Wells, Welshpool and Presteigne to name a few. The Shropshire-Welsh border area is a fascinating blend of English and Welsh culture. The area is known for its rugged beauty and historical landmarks with the border towns influenced by Welsh culture and history.

Chirk Castle and Powis Castle, both of historical significance, can be explored alongside the industrial heritage mines and King Arthur’s Labyrinth. The picturesque landscape offers the renowned hiking trails, Offa’s Dyke Path and Glyndŵr’s Way.

There are a host of schools, both within the state and private sector, in close proximity. Christ College Brecon and Llandovery College are both highly regarded and over the border is the renowned Shrewsbury School.

Travel links in Mid-Wales are good and accessible via the M56 at Chester, The M54 at Telford, the M5 and M50 at Worcester and to South Wales the M4. Railways services are available across mid-Wales and international airports can be found at Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool and Cardiff.

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