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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Horderley, Shropshire

Under Offer £675,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Reception hall, Drawing room, Dining room, Family room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room, Utility, WC, Cellar
  • Four bedrooms, Family bathroom, Shower room
  • EPC rating D
  • Traditional stone outbuildings, Attractive gardens, Paddock, Views
  • About 3 acres of garden and grounds

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Located off a country lane, Horderley Farm is a striking double fronted former farmhouse. Dating from the 17th century, it has been extensively renovated to create a wonderful home offering well-proportioned and extremely versatile accommodation. The current owners have created a superb and stylish home by combining original features with contemporary comforts with tasteful decoration and immaculate presentation throughout.

The light and airy drawing room and formal dining room are accessed off an elegant central hallway and boast high ceilings and period features including attractive fireplaces and large windows framing views over the gardens and surrounding countryside. The cosy country kitchen/breakfast room is located to the rear of the property with exposed timbers and featuring an original bread oven along with a welcoming Aga cooker. An adjacent utility room offers additional storage whilst the informal family room has dual aspect windows and stone inglenook housing a wood burning stove.

To the first floor are four well-proportioned
bedrooms featuring high ceilings, feature
fireplaces and two with dual aspect windows
maximising natural light and exploiting the
countryside views. There is a family bathroom
along with a separate shower room.

Horderley Farm sits in beautiful south Shropshire countryside, within the Shropshire Hills - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - yet situated conveniently for the everyday amenities at nearby Craven Arms and Church Stretton. Ludlow, a little further south, has a wider range of facilities and amenities and a deserved reputation for its vibrant festivals, slow food status and excellent restaurants. The county town of Shrewsbury to the north is accessed via the A49 which is approximately 2 miles away. Railway links can be found at Craven Arms.

Horderley Farm is nestled in a glorious rural setting enjoying views of the Onny valley. The property is approached over a private gated
driveway. There is plenty of vehicular parking to the side of the house with covered parking within the outbuildings. The pretty landscaped gardens are a perfect mix of formal lawn enclosed by traditional stone walls and interspersed with mature trees and flowering borders. The stone outbuildings offer huge potential for a variety of uses and are currently used for storage and a workshop. A feature of the property is the enclosed courtyard which offers a sheltered alfresco entertaining space with paved terrace and landscaped borders. There is also an orchard and a paddock of approximately 2.1 acres which is bordered on one side by a stream.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
03 September 2016

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