5 bedroom detached house for saleMarton, Welshpool, Powys
- Kitchen/dining/sitting room
- Four/five bedrooms
- Reception hall
- Utility room
- Sitting room
- Games rooms/bedroom five
- Three bath/shower rooms (one en suite)
- Double garage
- Log stores
View Barn is a beautifully converted part-stone, part-timber property occupying the most fantastic elevated position above the village of Marton, with phenomenal south facing views towards the Stiperstones. The spacious living accommodation is orientated towards the view and is split over two levels, creating a fantastic sense of space and light.
The reception hall provides a welcoming entrance with an attractive brick floor and wealth of timber beams. Steps lead up to a mezzanine level where there is a useful snug/study, beyond which there are further steps up to the fabulous open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room. This fantastic, versatile space has a southerly aspect and is beautifully light and airy, with access to the balcony at the front of the house which provides another fantastic vantage point over the wonderful countryside.
The fitted kitchen has a good range of units with
slate worktops, an oil fired AGA, electric cooker
and hob, along with a dishwasher and additional
space for appliances. The adjoining utility room
provides further useful storage space. The main
sitting room has a wonderful ambiance with a
vaulted ceiling and a log burning stove.
There are four /five bedrooms split over two
floors. The master bedroom is of particular note
with an en suite shower room and adjoining
dressing room/sitting room, which could be
made in to a self-contained area. There are four
further bedrooms (one of which is currently used
as a games room) and two further bathrooms.
The accommodation is laid out in such a way
that it could easily be split to serve a number
of different uses such as bed and breakfast or
holiday let accommodation.
Straddling the borders of England and Wales, View Barn is set in the most picturesque of locations. The surrounding area offers splendid walks and out riding through stunning scenery. The nearby village of Marton offers a range of amenities including a village shop, a pub, village hall and church.
Welshpool (6 miles) sits in the upper reaches of the Severn Valley and is surrounded by the glorious unspoilt countryside of mid-Wales.
This bustling market town provides an excellent range of local amenities as well as a range of restraints, local inns and cafes.
Road networks in the area are good, whilst a local rail service can be found at Welshpool, connecting to intercity services at Shrewsbury, Birmingham, Chester and Hereford.
The well reputed Worthen and Chirbury primary schools can be found within close distance, whilst secondary schools in both the private and state sector can be found at Welshpool, Shrewbury and Oswestry.
Occupying a plot of approximately 0.4 acres, View Barn is surrounded by lovely landscaped gardens and paved terraces, giving a number of seating areas to take in the superb views. As with the inside of the house, the outside offers fantastic space for families and entertaining. A double garage is attached to the barn and there is ample parking on the large driveway.
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