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4 bedroom house for sale

Pentre, Bucknell, Shropshire

Sold STC £425,000

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

A beautiful 18th Century Farmhouse lovingly restored and standing in 0.33 acres of south facing gardens. 4 Bedrooms, 2 Reception Rooms, Family Bathroom, Kitchen Breakfast Room and Utility plus P.P for extension, Large country Gardens and parking. Offering pleasant country views and an edge of village rural position. EPC E. NO UPWARD CHAIN.

Bedroom 3 
Offering a double bedroom with eave cupboards, dormer windows to front elevation, stone walls, chimney breast and purlin beams.

Bedroom 4 
A forth bedroom with a featured stone chimney breast, purlin beams, eave cupboards and double glazed window to the front elevation and Oak flooring.

Outside and Gardens 
This fantastic farmhouse is approached through traditional gardens with stone wall boundaries with mature trees and large lawned gardens with raised flower beds and views to the surrounding hills and countryside. The gardens also offer a substantial wood storage shed and lean to shelter and garden shed plus external power supplies.

Family Bathroom 
Offering a modern white suite including a roll top bath with rain fall shower system over, wash hand basin and WC, Oak flooring, complementary wall tiling and an extractor fan.

Bedroom 2 
A second spacious double room having Oak flooring, double glazed window to front, featured stone walls and chimney breast, ceiling timbers and wardrobe alcove.

Second Floor 
A second Oak staircase ascends to the second floor galleried landing which comprises a fully converted loft space with a selection of eaves cupboards and window to front whilst having vaulted ceiling, purlin beams and a wealth of character.

Sitting Room 
Offering immense character with a large inglenook fireplace, having featured stone walls and a wealth of exposed beams, Oak flooring, a pretty window seat and windows to the front elevation enjoying a rural outlook.

Lounge or Dining Room 
A beautiful period reception room with inglenook fireplace and bread oven, having double aspect windows, a wealth of exposed beams and timbers, featured stone walls and Oak flooring.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 
A short passage leads through to a traditional tiled country Kitchen offering a selection of units with integrated sink unit and space for an electric or LPG cooker, having featured stone walls and ceiling beams, with space for a dining table and chairs, having double aspect windows and with opening leading into a most convenient Pantry Cupboard/Utility Room with plumbing for appliances.

Staircase and Landing 
An Oak staircase leads to the first floor landing with access to two good sized bedrooms and the family bathroom.

Bedroom 1 
To the left the first bedroom is a good size double bedroom with Oak flooring having a chimney breast, featured stone walls and ceiling timbers, a curtained wardrobe recess and double glazed windows to the front elevation overlooking the gardens and with views to the hills.

Storm Porch 
A flagstone entrance and front door leads in to

Reception Hall 
With staircase and door to Cloakroom offering a ground floor WC with wash hand basin. Door from Hall leads into a spacious Reception Room

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Added on Rightmove:
17 March 2016

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