£1.4m price tag for Georgian Ludlow Grade II building
The property, located at 44 Mill Street in the center of town, includes original Georgian features including sash windows with shutters and cast iron radiators.
It has been offered for sale by Mark Wiggin Estate Agents and has an entrance hall, dining room, study, lounge, garden and four double bedrooms.
Dating back to 1772, the property was originally built by a local baker as listed in Nicholas Pevsner’s guide to Shropshire and has since been restored over the years by previous owners.
The restoration included window replacements, a hand-carved wooden staircase and intricate door handles with a bright and spacious hallway.
The first floor houses the living room and a double bedroom, with a family bathroom. The second floor has three further double bedrooms, all of which have original features.
The hallway on the second floor has a skylight and an attic hatch.
The large garden has mature trees as well as herbaceous borders and a gravelled walkway, with views over the Mortimer Forest.
Mill Street is a stone’s throw from Market Square and Ludlow Castle, which is a popular tourist attraction.
A number of Mill Street buildings are listed, and the wealth of Georgian architecture reflects Ludlow’s popularity in the 18th and 19th centuries.