4 bedroom house for saleHigh Hatton, Shawbury, Shrewsbury, Shropshire
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Utility room
- Sitting room
- Master bedroom with en suite shower room and dressing room
- Two further bedrooms sharing Jack and Jill bathroom
- Bedroom 4/study
- Single garage
Originally the Historic Barns of High Hatton in the Parish of High Hatton & Stanton upon hine Heath, the barns were utilised as Arable Farm Buildings until their conversion by Crystal Construction Ltd. With over thirty years of experience in construction, Crystal have developed numerous barn conversions and have become exceptionally accomplished and well thought of within the industry.
The development has been designed to retain many of the original features that these beautiful and historic barns have to offer. The layout of each barn creates five very different units, each with their own individual charm and features. Each barn has adequate outside space and the development has been designed to create private and intimate outside areas where possible.
Kitchens: The contemporary kitchens are manufactured by Howdens and fitted by a local craftsman, featuring a range of integrated appliances
Bathrooms and En Suites: Bespoke, contemporary bath/shower room suites in white with chrome fittings. Mains pressure showers, chrome towel warmers and the choice of ceramic wall and floor tiles.
Bedrooms: Where possible, built-in wardrobes have been integrated please ask the agent for the details.
General: Under floor heating throughout, inglenook fireplaces, exposed beams.
Parking: Each barn has the allocation of two parking spaces. Visitor parking is available - please ask agent for further detail.
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The development is situated in a beautiful rural position within the well reputed village of High Hatton, a short distance from the village of Shawbury. Shawbury offers a number of local amenities to include a village shop, butchers, post office and the well reputed public house, The Fox and Hounds.
The historic County Town of Shrewsbury is approximately 13 miles away and provides a comprehensive range of shopping, leisure & social facilities. There is also an excellent selection of schools in Shrewsbury including Prestfelde, Kingsland Grange, Shrewsbury School, Shrewsbury High School for Girls and Shrewsbury Sixth Form College. Other notable schools with the area include: The Old Hall School, Wrekin College and Adams Grammar, Newport.
Road links in the area are good with the A5 providing a link to the M54 which gives access to the West Midlands conurbation and the national motorway network beyond. There are train stations available at Wellington, Telford Central and Shrewsbury with services which link to Chester, Birmingham New Street and London Euston. National airports are within reasonable
driving distance at Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool.
Outside and Gardens: Much thought has gone into the landscaping around each unit. Where possible, the outside areas have been orientated and focused around the far reaching views surrounding High Hatton. Most units have part walled gardens, with flagged patio areas, offering fantastic spaces for entertaining. The site is approached by a shared driveway.
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