4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Aston-On-Clun, Craven Arms

Sold STC £375,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Immaculate Barn Conversion
  • 4 Bedrooms & 3 Bathrooms
  • Large Open-Plan Kitchen Diner
  • Detached Workshop
  • Private West Facing Landscaped Garden
  • Beautifully Maintained Accommodation
  • Period Features Throughout
  • Ample Off Road Parking
  • Plenty of Storage Space
  • Downstairs Double Bedroom with En-Suite

Full description

An immaculate, 4 bedroom & 3 bathroom barn conversion located at the end of a quiet, private road in the rural village of Broome. This magnificent home has a wealth of period features, flexible & spacious living accommodation, private gardens, a large open-plan kitchen diner and a detached workshop.

Property Features - - - Immaculate Barn Conversion
- 4 Bedrooms & 3 Bathrooms
- Large Open-Plan Kitchen Diner
- Downstairs Double Bedroom with En-Suite
- Detached Workshop (5.8m x 4.2m)
- Private West Facing Landscaped Garden
- Beautifully Maintained Accommodation
- Period Features Throughout
- Ample Off Road Parking
- Plenty of Storage Space

Overview - Holters are delighted to offer No.1 Broome Farm Barns, which is an immaculately presented, grade II listed, 4 bedroom & 3 bathroom barn conversion located at the end of a quiet, private road within a exclusive development on the outskirts of the popular and rural Shropshire village of Broome, just 3 miles west of the market town of Craven Arms.

Renovated to a very high standard and lovingly maintained by the current owners, this beautiful home offers spacious and conveniently flexible accommodation featuring a downstairs double bedroom with attached en-suite bathroom, perfect for any purchasers who require sleeping quarters on the ground floor or who perhaps accommodate elderly relatives. The signature room in the property is the large open-plan kitchen diner, while the stunning and cosy sitting room features an inglenook fireplace and French doors overlooking the splendid and private side gardens. This magnificent property really is the universal house.

Unlike the large majority of conventional barn conversions, 1 Broome Farm Barns usefully offers a wealth of storage space along with period features throughout including exposed timber beams, brick/stonework and oak ledge and brace doors. From the ironmongery on the doors, to the antique gold effect light switches and plug sockets on the walls and wooden balustrades on the staircase, every last detail in this super property has been accounted for resulting in an extremely high quality finish. The Dwelling is ready for any new owners to simply move their furniture in, put their feet up and sit back and enjoy this wonderful property for what it truly is.

Outside the level of quality certainly does not take a backwards step. To the front is a large gravelled driveway with off road parking for up to 6 cars. To the side is a beautifully landscaped, west facing, private garden. While dividing the two is a large detached multi-purpose out-building ideal and currently used as a workshop, which could easily be converted to a private home office/studio/practice for professionals.

The Property - Approached across the gravelled driveway a porch provides cover over the hardwood front door with leaded glass. Inside you straight away get a sense of the quality of craftsmanship and period features within the property with exposed wooden beams/stonework and a wooden staircase rising up to the first floor accommodation. Natural light floods the rooms via a roof skylight and a window, which also provides a front outlook. Four oak doors from the hallway open into the downstairs bedroom (bedroom two), the large downstairs bathroom (en-suite), the useful under stair storage cupboard and the splendid open-plan kitchen diner. Offering a frontward outlook, bedroom two allows flexible accommodation for purchasers or elderly relatives who might be sharing the property requiring sleeping quarters on the ground level, it also offers the potential to be an extra reception room in the form of another sitting room or formal dining room perhaps. As a bedroom the room has ample space for a double bed and additional furnishings and also has a useful built-in wardrobe with hanging rails and custom built shelving. From the bedroom a further oak door opens into the newly installed, beautiful bathroom, which offers flexibility in as much as serving as a downstairs family bathroom in the day and by night creating a private en-suite to the bedroom by locking the door leading out to the hallway. The bathroom is complete with a roll-top bath, glazed double shower unit, wash basin, w.c, towel radiator and stone tiled flooring. The bathroom has an obscured glazed window allowing a rear aspect.

The large, open-plan kitchen diner is without doubt the signature room of the dwelling and has a light and airy feel owing to two windows to the front and a sun-dome in the ceiling. The kitchen area offers a large array of storage space in the way of bespoke wall and base units and a breakfast bar with worktops over and an inset ceramic sink. There are a range of integrated modern appliances to include a separate fridge, separate freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. There is also space for a range cooker (available via separate negotiation), a fitted extractor hood, a separate drinking water tap and a water softener, which all water in the property flows through except for the drinking tap. The room has plenty of space for a set of dining table and chairs as well as a seating suite and features exposed stone/bricked walls and timbers, while an oak doors leads into the living room. When entering the living room your eye straight away is drawn to the fully exposed, brick built, inglenook fireplace with inset multi-fuel stove, which is perfect to curl up in front of on a cold winters evening, while windows and fully glazed solid oak French doors look out to the wonderful, private garden. The living room easily accommodates a three-piece suite and has exposed timbers and an obscured glazed window to rear.

On the first floor a Juliet style landing area overlooks the entrance hall on the ground floor, while separate oak doors lead off to the master bedroom, family bathroom and remaining two bedrooms. The landing has a wealth of exposed timbers once more and a window allowing plenty of natural light to enter. The master bedroom is located at the far end of the landing, which gives that feeling of seclusion and privacy from the rest of the house. A generous-sized room, there is plenty of space for a double bed and array of furnishings as well as built-in wardrobe with mirrored sliding doors with a further trap door inside leading into a large eaves storage cupboard which spans almost the entire length of the barn. The master bedroom has a feature exposed wooden A-frame beam and a window offering a distant outlook over the garden and across the adjoining field and Shropshire countryside. Bedroom three is found at the opposite end of the landing and features from exposed timbers, a useful eaves storage cupboard, a skylight, ample space for a double bed and furnishings and a door leading into an en-suite shower room. Installed with a towel radiator and a matching white suite of w.c, wash basin and a corner glazed shower unit with mains pressurised shower over, a trap door from the en-suite leads into another good-sized storage/linen cupboard. The remaining and smallest bedroom is found half way along the landing next to the house bathroom and has a skylight, exposed timbers and is currently used by the vendors as a useful home office. The family bathroom is once again a splendid room finished to a high standard of quality and is installed with a matching white suite of a Jacuzzi bath, glazed corner shower unit with electric shower over, w.c and a wash basin. The bathroom is complete with a chrome towel radiator, skylight, part tiled walls and exposed beams.

Outside - The front of the property is largely gravelled and offers parking for up to 6 cars or a larger vehicle. There are well defined fenced boundaries, planted borders, an outside light and water tap and a side gate leading to the private garden and detached workshop.

Worthy of particular note, the garden has been carefully designed and landscaped by the owners and very much compliments the high quality of finish inside the property. A central lawn is accompanied by a decorative fish pond with pumped water fountain and surrounded by planted rockeries and flower beds. West facing the garden is very secluded owing to the field beyond and the private wooden fenced boundaries. There are graveled seating areas and graveled pathways leading to the decked pergola, which is as ideal relaxing/entertaining space during the summer months, to the rear of the pergola is a sizeable green house, perfect for horticultural enthusiasts. To the one side of the barn is a useful lean-to store with electricity points, while to the other side and arguably one of the key features to the property is the detached, multi-purpose workshop (5.8m x 4.2m). Offering huge scope as a potential home office or practice for a professional this excellent addition is set on top of a concrete base and is fully insulated with power and lighting and on a separate distribution board to the main house. Inside the workshop is currently fitted out with work benches and wall and base units with worktops over, while a window and glazed double doors provide a bright outlook over the garden. To the side of the workshop is the sheltered wood store and oil tank, along with a rain water harvest system, there is also outside lighting and a water tap.

The Location - 1 Broome Farm Barns as you can guess is found in the rural and tranquil village of Broome in the heart of the beautiful and peaceful Shropshire countryside just outside the larger villages of Clungunford and Aston-on-Clun and the vibrant market town of Craven Arms. This wonderful, small village which has an excellent community spirit may appear secluded at first, but look again and youll discover Broome Railway Station, which services four trains a day in each direction from Monday to Saturday on the Heart of Wales Railway Line that runs between Shrewsbury and Swansea and two services on a Sunday. This renowned station which is situated in the centre of the village is cared for by an enthusiastic group of volunteers. Set alongside the B4367 between Craven Arms and Leintwardine, Broome and its surroundings are hugely popular with tourists and walkers and those of an active disposition due to the picturesque scenery, variety of wildlife and distant views over the open scenic Shropshire countryside as well as an abundance of popular bridleways, walks and cycle trails leading to neighbouring villages and nearby woods and forests.

For a much larger range of facilities the market town of Craven Arms is found 3 miles east of Broome. Described as the 'Gateway to the Marches' Craven Arms is located on the A49 and is found within the encompassing Shropshire Hills, historic manor houses, fortified castles and beautiful countryside. Offering a good range of facilities including a supermarket, doctors surgery, banks, business park, Post office, petrol station, butchers, bakery and its own array of independent shops, Craven Arms offers everything you will need for day to day living. The town also benefits from the welsh marches railway line and station which runs through Broome. Slightly further afield along the A49 is the county town and birth place of Charles Darwin, Shrewsbury, which is lies 21 miles north, whilst the historic and popular town of Ludlow is just 9 miles south.

Accommodation List - -

Entrance Hall - 2.5m x 5.9m (8'2" x 19'4") -

Bedroom Two (Downstairs) - 2.9m x 4.8m (9'6" x 15'8") -

En-Suite/Ground Floor Bathroom - 2.8m x 3.4m (9'2" x 11'1") -

Kitchen Diner - 5.9m x 6.2m (19'4" x 20'4") -

Living Room - 4.5m x 6.0m (14'9" x 19'8") -

First Floor Landing - -

Bedroom Three - 2.9m x 3.7m (9'6" x 12'1") -

En-Suite Shower Room - 2.7m x 1.5m (8'10" x 4'11") -

Bedroom Four - 2.6m x 2.3m (8'6" x 7'6") -

Family Bathroom - 2.5m x 2.3m (8'2" x 7'6") -

Master Bedroom - 5.2m x 3.1m (max) (17'0" x 10'2" (max)) -

Outside Workshop/Store - 5.8m x 4.2m (19'0" x 13'9") -

Services - We are informed the property is connected to mains water and electricity. The property has a private bio disc drainage treatment plant.

Heating - Oil fired central heating.

Tenure - The property is of freehold tenure.

Council Tax - Band C. Charge for £2015/16 - £1,305.26

Links To Central London - Via Road - travel time is approximately 3hrs 18mins based on a 164 mile journey travelling along the M42 and then M40.
Via Rail travel time is approximately 3hr 19min hours based on a standard transfer from Broome Station to to London Euston via Shrewsbury, Wolverhampton and Stafford.

Nearest Airports - Birmingham Approximately 73 miles (duration: 1hr 34min via road)
Liverpool John Lennon Approximately 89 miles (duration: 1hr 56min via road)
Manchester Approximately 99 miles (duration: 1hr 59min via road)

Notice: The Property Misdescriptions Act - Notice: The Property Misdescription Act Holters for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property whose agents they are give notice that: 1. These particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intended purchasers or lessors and do not constitute part of an offer or contract. 2. All descriptions, dimensions, reference to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given without responsibility and any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each term of them. 3. The vendors or lessors do not make or give, and neither do Holters for themselves nor any person in their employment has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.

Holters Modern Estate And Lettings Agent - Tel: 01743 832436 Email: info@holters.co.uk www.holters.co.uk


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Nearest stations

  • Broome (0.1 mi)
  • Craven Arms (2.4 mi)
  • Hoptonheath (2.4 mi)
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  • Broome (0.1 mi)
  • Craven Arms (2.4 mi)
  • Hoptonheath (2.4 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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24 St. Johns Hill Shrewsbury SY1 1JJ

01743 626060 Local call rate

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