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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Watling Street, Leintwardine, Craven Arms, Shropshire

Guide Price £445,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Dining hall, Sitting room, Breakfast room, Kitchen
  • Four bedrooms, Bathroom, , Porch, Cloakroom, Store
  • Attached stonebarn with first floor,
  • Garage, Off-street parking, EPC rating F
  • Potential building plot (STPP)
  • Gardens about 0.74 acres

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Weavers Barn is a stone built house dating back
approximately 400 years. The property has been
in the same family for 64 years retains a number
of period features and offers the incoming buyer
the opportunity to put their own stamp on the house. Subject to the usual planning consents
there is a great opportunity to extend the property or develop the stone barn.

Entering the property is a wide and light dining
hall with a flagstone floor and an exposed fireplace. The sitting room has a further fireplace
and views out to the garden. The kitchen has a range of wall and base units with attractive diamond windows, a Rayburn and a separate breakfast room. To the rear of the property is
the more recent extension which comprises a
utility room, cloakroom and store. Located at the bottom of the staircase is a useful hall and family bathroom.

A stone cantilever staircase runs to the first floor
accessing four double bedrooms. Of particular
note is the attractive master bedroom with outstanding views over the garden and countryside beyond.

Agent's Note: There is an uplift clause to the garden; see agent for details.

Leintwardine is a popular village on the Herefordshire/Shropshire borders, an area of great natural beauty. The village retains many amenities including a primary school, post-office, butcher, two public houses and restaurant, village hall, library and a petrol station including a small supermarket.

The property is situated within the historic centre
of the village which is in a Conservation Area. The medieval market town of Ludlow eight miles away is renowned for fine cuisine, independent shops, period architecture and vibrant festivals in the castle grounds.

The A49 links Hereford to the south and Shrewsbury in the north. There are regular trains connecting to London and other major destinations from Ludlow station. The neighbouring village of Wigmore has a well-regarded secondary school.

Attached to the main house is a stone built barn,
currently used as a workshop and store with a staircase running to a first floor loft. Subject to planning permission (STPP) this could be developed into further living accommodation or be used to create a home office/studio.

Weavers Barn is set in lovely and extensive grounds. The property is very private and well
screened from the front and rear by mature trees, hedges and stone walls. There is a single garage to the side with off-street parking. The garden is mostly laid to lawn is level and offers superb views over farmland and onto the South Shropshire Hills. Due to the size and layout of the garden and the accessibility from the road there is potential (STPP) for part of the garden to become a building plot for an additional dwelling.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
11 November 2016

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