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5 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Newcastle, Craven Arms, Shropshire

Under Offer £535,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Kitchen
  • Utility
  • Pantry
  • Open plan dining and sitting room
  • Study
  • Sun Room
  • Family Bathroom
  • Three double bedrooms, two ensuite
  • Detached 2 bedroom ancillary barn with open plan kitchen and living space
  • Private parking

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Comprised of the main house; Beretun Barn, and the Wagon House which is the ancillary barn, they are a credit to the current owners. They have completed a magnificent restoration of these beautiful Grade ll listed stone and timber barns which now offer excellent accommodation full of character and original detailing but with all the modern comforts one would hope for.

Beretun Barn

The accommodation is arranged off the entrance hall, which has a cloakroom WC and a bespoke oak stair case with glass balustrade which winds to the first floor.

A well-appointed kitchen has a range of stylish units, built in appliances and a range cooker. There is also a useful utility and a pantry.
To the centre of the house is a superb open plan dining and sitting room. Half the room boasts a vaulted ceiling which opens to a galleried landing on the first floor creating an impressive full height atrium. This space boasts lots of natural light, a theme which is apparent throughout. The adjacent study could be used as a 4th bedroom if needed and the sun room off the back hall is a real bonus.
The bedrooms are served by a family bathroom and two ensuite shower rooms, all of which are stylish and contemporary.

Wagon House

The property is detached from Beretun Barn offering two further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The ground floor offers a large open plan living space with kitchen and space for sofa's and dining room furniture. Fantastic oak bi-fold doors open to the front aspect which overlook the garden.

The rural village of Newcastle retains a community hall, church and a public house. The nearby market town of Clun boasts a castle ruin, a medieval saddle-back bridge and a museum. Clun benefits from everyday facilities including a post office, public houses, supermarkets, a dispensing surgery, and a petrol station/garage. Newtown and Bishops castle are a little further afield and offer additional facilities.

Communications in the area are good with Craven Arms having a train station on the Manchester to Cardiff line and London accessible in about 3 hours.

The A488 at Clun provides a good link to the county town of Shrewsbury in the north and to the south links to the A44 and A483 for access to west and south Wales.

Schooling in the area is excellent in both the state and private sectors. Primary and secondary schools are found in Clun and Bishops Castle with private schooling at Bedstone, Moor Park and Shrewsbury School.

The entrance to the property is just off a village lane. Turning into the private parking area through traditional stone walls, a large area of hard standing provides plenty of room for 3 or more cars. The garden is laid to lawn and bordered by stone walls, mature trees and hedgerow offering scope to create an outside space to compliment the barns.


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Added on Rightmove:
11 August 2016

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