Lime Kiln Cottage is a beautiful period home set in a fabulous location next to Bridge 69 on the Shropshire Union Canal, between the villages of Norton-In-Hales and Adderley. The property was built in about 1835 for the Corbet family of Adderley Hall and formed part of the Adderley Hall estate until the 1950’s when it became the wharf to the neighbouring farms. It is beautifully presented throughout, with a wealth of character.
On the ground floor there is are two main reception rooms with exposed beams, polished oak floors and a double sided wood burning stove, a study/family room, a guest bedroom with a luxurious en-suite bathroom, a and a stunning breakfast kitchen with a walk-in pantry.
On the first floor, there is a master bedroom with breath-taking views over open countryside and the canal, an adjoining dressing room with fitted wardrobes, suitable for conversion to an extra bedroom, another double bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe and en-suite shower room, and a spacious separate shower room.
Outside there are well tended lawned gardens to the front and rear, a productive allotment with a greenhouse and shed, and a paved patio with a hot tub. There is also a boiler house which provides storage space, a double garage with adjoining workshop, a freestanding timber kennel, and a garden shed. Secure electric double gates from the road lead to an ample gravelled parking area.
The property has Private Mooring rights – the agent can supply further details on request.
For further details see the listing on Rightmove.