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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Chapel Lawn, Bucknell, Shropshire

Under Offer £650,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Sitting room
  • Dining room
  • Snug
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Utility
  • Exceptional views
  • Stone stables (suitable for conversion with necessary consents)
  • About 12 acres (4.85 ha)One bedroom annexe with shower room
  • Landscaped gardens
  • Modern timber built stables with machinery shed and stores

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Approached off a quiet country lane into a gravelled courtyard, and a happy home to the current owners for the last 15 years, Little Hobarris Farm enjoys fantastic rural vistas and is presented to a high standard. The attractive stone house has been converted over the years, with its origins thought to date back to the 16th Century, and now offers comfort of modern day living with character and history. Full of atmosphere, the reception rooms have flagstone floors and wood-burning stoves to ensure an extremely warm and welcoming feel throughout.
The kitchen is bespoke, offering made to measure oak units, dresser and worktops, and the warmth of an Aga which is impossible not to be drawn to! Adjacent to the kitchen is a dining room and extremely useful utility with access to the garden and land.
Of particular note is the garden room to the rear which has fabulous views over the gardens and to the hills beyond, when weather permits the walls of glass can be opened to truly bring the outside in. This is a fantastic space.
Little Hobarris really is a superb set up offering a countryside home set in a picture postcard setting and boasting land, outbuildings and potential for so many different uses.

Little Hobarris Farm is located in a delightful rural hamlet, nestled in beautiful Shropshire countryside just outside the popular market town of Clun. The property enjoys far reaching views over rolling countryside which offers excellent opportunities for riding, walking and cycling
Clun was described by A E Housman as one of "the quietest places under the sun". It has a dramatic castle ruin and medieval stone bridge, and benefits from many of the everyday facilities and amenities one might need. Ludlow to the east continues to enjoy immense popularity from both locals and visitors alike and is famed for its vibrant festivals, gastronomic reputation and fine architecture.
There are good communication links to the county town of Shrewsbury in the north and the cathedral city of Hereford in the south via the A49 which can be joined at Craven Arms. There is a train station at Craven Arms on the Manchester to Cardiff main line with access to London via Newport or Shrewsbury, taking little over three hours.

A real feature of the property, the outbuildings offer tremendous potential for many uses. Positioned around the main house to create the central courtyard, the buildings currently offer a converted stone coach house creating a one bedroom annexe with shower room and two carports beneath. A large timber machinery shed with mezzanine floor, a timber built workshop and a range of four stone stables with a garage make up the set. The latter offers scope for conversion subject to the necessary consents as the current owners have built an excellent set of stables and stores in closer proximity to the land.

The grounds of Little Hobarris are predominantly to the rear aspect of the house and have been lovingly created by the current owners. Landscaped gardens of lawns and borders stretch from the patio and sunroom and rise up through gentle terraces and deep easy stone steps to a kitchen garden and poly tunnel.
A gravel track from the front courtyard passes between the house and orchard and continues to the modern timber stables and access to the land, passing the tennis court on route- which surely has some of the best views of any court!

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04 October 2016

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