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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Llan Farmhouse, Twitchen, Clunbury, South Shropshire

Sold STC £380,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Sympathetically restored
  • An abundance of character features
  • Four bedrooms and two reception rooms
  • Lower ground floor rooms
  • Private picturesque gardens
  • Substantial timber studio
  • Fabulous southerly country views

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

This sixteenth century stone farmhouse is part of a cluster of four neighbouring dwellings and stands about a third of a mile from an adopted country lane. The house has been superbly renovated. It occupies three floors and looks out across the valley towards surrounding hills. It is approached along a private vehicular access through fields. There are many exposed original timbers as well as stone work. Being south facing the property welcomes plenty of natural sunlight making the accommodation especially bright and airy.

On the ground floor there is a sitting room with a Clearview wood burning stove, a dining room with exposed wall and ceiling timbers and a fabulous kitchen/dining room with an oil fired Aga set in a stone inglenook fireplace. There is a Belfast sink and there are ample bespoke kitchen units and a flagstone floor. Stairs rise to the first floor landing off which is the main bedroom with an excellent range of wardrobes. There are two further double bedrooms and a single bedroom. The bathroom comprises white suite of bath, wash basin and WC.

From the kitchen wide stone steps lead down to the lower ground floor which has a kitchen/laundry room, a shower, wash basin and WC and a second sitting room which has direct access into the gardens.

The secluded private gardens are a special feature and are a haven for wildlife and nature. There is a raised south facing sun terrace which enjoys the lovely views and included in the gardens are raised vegetable and fruit beds. There are a host of colourful shrubs, plants, ornamental and fruit trees. Within the gardens are two sheds both with electricity and a multi-purpose timber built garden room (about 21'6" x 11'6") which has electricity and could be used for a variety of different purposes. There is also a greenhouse which has electricity.

Llan Farmhouse has a private shared water supply and a private drainage system which is also shared with the neighbouring property. It has oil fired central heating, double glazing and solar panel heating for hot water. Council Tax Band D.

An ideal home for anyone looking for peace and tranquillity.

Tenure: Freehold

Directions Leave Ludlow by the A49 in a northerly direction. Turn left at Craven Arms onto the A4368 Clun road and continue for about five miles through Aston-on-Clun to The Hundred House Inn. Turn left signposted Twitchen and continue through the village and turn right at the crossroads, signposted Llan. Continue up the hill for about one mile. There is a sign on the left to Llan Farm. Carry on up this partly adopted track to the property which is the second house along on the left hand side.

Property ref: 121_554_3513812

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Added on Rightmove:
09 June 2016


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