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2 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Bedstone, Shropshire

Offers in Region of £295,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Attached barn conversion
  • Original 18thC. features
  • 2 bedrooms,2 receptions
  • Enclosed south facing garden
  • Private driveway & carport
  • South Shropshire Village

Full description

An immaculately presented Victorian single storey barn conversion with two double bedrooms, two receptions rooms and two bathrooms, boasting many original features and a wonderfully light and spacious interior, located in Bedstone near the village of Bucknell in South Shropshire. The property also benefits from an enclosed cottage style garden, double car port, double glazing and LPG heating.

Introduction - A most delightful one level, attached barn conversion dating back to the Victorian times which has been sympathetically converted and more recently upgraded by the current owners to create a wonderfully light and spacious interior perfect for modern day living, whilst still retaining many original features. Located in Bedstone, near the village of Bucknell in South Shropshire. The well proportioned accommodation comprises dining hall, breakfast/kitchen room, living room, two double bedrooms and two bathrooms. The property also benefits from a glorious and enclosed cottage style garden, high ceilings, double car port with secure storage, double glazing and LPG heating.

Property Description - Entering the property at the latched gate takes you up a pathway and through the exceptionally well planted and tended gardens to the front door. This leads directly into the roomy and welcoming dining hallway with high ceilings, neutral decor, original ceiling beams, useful storage cupboard and large window which overlooks the garden. Off this room are the two high quality fitted bathrooms; the first with tiled floor and walls, a large shower cubicle and two piece white suite and the other with tiled flooring, underfloor heating, half panelled walls and a three piece white suite with a roll top slipper bath with Victorian bath shower mixer taps. A set of stone built steps from here lead to the two double bedrooms; the main bedroom with dual aspect windows showering the room with light and the other double with built in wardrobes and window to the rear.
Returning to the dining hall a doorway opens into the particularly light and spacious kitchen/breakfast room with a feature stone built inglenook which houses the range style electric/gas cooker with gas hob, fitted base and wall wooden units, belfast sink with a mixer tap, integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer, space for a table and chairs, practical stone tiled flooring, original wall and ceiling beams and three pretty windows which overlook the garden,
A further door provides access to the most charming living room with a feature stone built inglenook fireplace with electric cast iron wood burner style fire, glorious original wall and ceiling beams, exposed stone brickwork and an abundance of light from the large patio doors with views of the garden.

Gardens And Carport - The property is approached through a gated entrance to a shared gravel driveway which leads to a carport 5.22m x 4.35m providing parking for two vehicles. Above the carport is a very useful storage area which is lockable and secure. Access to the fully enclosed and south facing garden is through a panelled gate off the driveway, and along a stone pathway into a delightful expanse of colourful plants and shrubs and provides for a peaceful and private space for outside entertaining.

Location - Bedstone is most well known for its fully co-educational independent boarding and day school catering for children between the ages of 4 to 18 years set in 40 acres of beautiful grounds which boasts a 100% pass rate at 'A' level and with 95% of sixth formers gaining their first choice place at university. Nearby Bucknell is a popular village tucked away on the edge of Shropshire in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village is well serviced with a butchers, village shop, petrol forecourt, public house and train station with rail links to Shrewsbury and Swansea on the Heart of Wales line. Nearby Ludlow, 10 miles and Knighton, 5.5 miles offer a wider variety of services to include health care, supermarkets and schooling.

Services - The property has mains water, mains electric, mains drainage, LPG heating and double glazing. New boiler installed August 2016.
Shropshire Council Tax Band C £1,312.78 2015/2016.

CONSUMER PROTECTION FROM UNFAIR TRADING REGULATIONS 2008 (CPR) We endeavour to ensure that the details contained in our brochure are correct through making detailed enquiries of the owner but they are not guaranteed. The agents have not tested any appliance, equipment, fixture, fitting or service and have not seen the title deeds to confirm tenure. All measurements are quoted to the nearest 1/10 metre. All liability in negligence of otherwise for any loss arising from the use of these particulars is hereby excluded.
MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS Require prospective purchasers to produce two original ID documents prior to any offer being accepted by the owners.
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