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5 bedroom country house for sale


Sold STC £585,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Main house with kitchen, utility, sitting room, conservatory, four bedrooms, bathroom
  • One bedroom self-contained annex with lounge, kitchen, one bedroom, bathroom
  • Stables, barn/workshop/garage
  • Over 11 acres
  • Secluded rural location, positioned in its own valley
  • Wildlife haven

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Nock Deighton Country Homes is delighted to bring 3 Badgers Croft to the market. One of just a few properties located in Clunton Coppice, the property enjoys a secluded position within its own valley.

Originally constructed in c.1800's the property was rebuilt by our clients in 1979 and subsequently extended in 1984. The property provides a wonderful family home in the perfect environment to enjoy all that the countryside has to offer. With approximately eleven acres flanked by woodland on either side, the location feels especially private.

There are three stables with power and water and the fields provide ideal grazing land. Nearby bridle paths lead to the infamous Jack Mytton Way which provides routes across Shropshire and also provides direct access from the paddocks into Purslow Woods. These points combined make for an enviable equestrian property, however one can just as easily use the property as a smallholding, for which is it registered.

The property is approached from the lane over its own private gravelled drive and is fronted by a parking area suitable for several vehicles.

Entering through the front door and into the reception hall there are doors leading to the main house and to the annex.

The main house enjoys a kitchen with a range of floor and wall mounted cabinets, an oil fired Rayburn oven, separate electric oven and hob and integrated fridge freezer, sink and dishwasher. There is also space for a breakfast table.

Beyond the kitchen is the sitting room, a light an airy room with windows to both the front and rear elevations and ceiling beams. An oil fired imitation log burner creates a central focal point and glazed doors lead through to the conservatory which has beautiful views over the paddocks and Clun Valley beyond.

From the sitting room stairs lead to the first floor which has four well-proportioned bedrooms, all of which are served by a well-appointed family bathroom with a large corner Jacuzzi bath with shower over.

The self-contained annex provides the ideal opportunity for a holiday let (with the relevant consents) or for a dependant to have privacy and independence whilst still being close at hand. The annex briefly consists of a kitchen with ground and wall mounted units, a lounge with brick fireplace and a door leading to the rear garden. On the first floor is a study area, a double bedroom and a bathroom.

Outside, the property enjoys several large paddocks, a stream, stables with stable yard, several sheds and a workshop/garage.

Tenure: Freehold

Services: The property benefits from mains electricity, a private water supply by way of a borehole, a private drainage system and broadband. None of the services have been tested by the agent. Council Tax Band F.

Property ref: 121_2795_4220988

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
20 September 2016


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