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4 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Willow Barn, Soulton Road, Lacon SY4 5RR

Offers in Region of £520,000

Property Description

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Willow Barn is believed to date from the early 1800’s, and was converted in 2002, by Barn Renovation Specialist, Dennis Edwards. The original structure was carefully and soundly constructed, while the subsequent conversion includes hardwood sealed double glazed windows throughout, with hardwood internal and external doors, oil-fired central heating, oak floors and additional LPG gas for the cooking hob.

The property has been upgraded and improved by the present owners and includes entrance porch, hall, lounge, cloakroom and wc, and an impressive 20ft high galleried dining hall which is a particular feature of the house. This space has a total of 12 windows overlooking the front and rear gardens to give a feeling of immense light and volume. A notable aspect of Willow Barn is that there are almost no corridors, with all main rooms leading off this central space.

Leading through from the dining hall is a large fitted kitchen/living room which is ideal for entertaining, a utility room, study, and boiler room.

On the first floor there are 2 main bedrooms both with en suite shower rooms, 2 further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. All bedrooms, en-suite shower rooms and the family bathroom benefit from 12ft high vaulted ceilings with exposed oak beams.

There is an attached double garage, and large private gardens adjoining open fields to the rear, with a large stoned BBQ terrace to one side and a walled patio area to the other.

Willow Barn is not overlooked, and lies a in a substantial courtyard with two other large converted detached barns, offering privacy, seclusion and a secure environment.

An impressive and spacious 4 bedroomed barn conversion in a lovely rural setting.

The property enjoys a lovely peaceful location in the hamlet of Lacon which is just under two miles from Wem, a thriving market town steeped in history with food shops, a doctor's surgery, schools and many local community groups. The property is also conveniently placed for access to Shrewsbury (20 minutes), Whitchurch (10 minutes) and Chester (45 minutes) as well as being approximately 1 ¼ hours by car to Birmingham and Liverpool with Central Manchester accessible in c. 1 ¼ hours by train from Wem.

For those with dogs or who just enjoy a walk in the lovely Shropshire countryside, there are excellent woodland walks within a 2 mile radius of the house and the stunning Shropshire Hills just half an hour’s drive away.

Inside The Property -

Entrance Porch -

Entrance Hall - With oak flooring.

Cloakroom - With low flush wc
Wash hand basin.
Storage cupboard.

Separate Storage Cupboard -

Spacious Lounge - 5.77m x 5.11m (18'11" x 16'9") - With ornamental brick fireplace incorporating large oak over mantle, electric coal effect fire.
Glazed double doors with bevelled glass inserts to hallway.
Double French doors leading to attractive walled patio area with pergola.

Dining Hall With Galleried Landing - 5.77m x 5.38m (18'11" x 17'8") - A particularly stunning 20ft tall triple-height dining hall with oak floors and a galleried landing above with large exposed oak beams.

This space has a total of 12 windows looking over the front and rear gardens to give a feeling of immense light and volume.

Kitchen / Breakfast Room - 5.77m x 5.94m (18'11" x 19'6") - With oak and tiled flooring
KITCHEN AREA with range of hand painted units having African Walnut woodblock work surfaces, 7 ft long twin bowl sink unit, integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer and matching eye level wall cupboards.
Large custom-built peninsular unit, ideal for entertaining, with breakfast bar containing wine racks, book shelves, an in-built double-oven Smeg cooker and cooker hood.

Utility Room - 2.51m x 1.68m (8'3" x 5'6") - With work surface, painted storage cupboards and sink unit.

Study - 3.23m x 4.01m (10'7" x 13'2") - With engineered oak flooring and indepenent entrance from the drive, making it particularly suitable as a home office.

Extensive boarded loft space, accessed by a folding ladder, extends over this room and the double garage.

Door to the front of the property.

Door to BOILER ROOM/DRYING and CUPBOARD.

A STAIRCASE from dining hall to an extensive GALLERIED LANDING with exposed timbers and 2 tiers of windows (8 in all).

Master Bedroom - 2.92m x 7.21m (maximum) (9'7" x 23'8" (maximum)) - 12ft high vaulted ceiings with exposed oak beams.
Circular and side window with far-reaching uninterrupted views over the countryside.

En Suite Shower Room - 12ft high vaulted ceiings with exposed oak beams.
Glazed double shower cubicle
Wash hand basin
Low flush wc.

Bedroom 2 - 2.92m x 7.21m (maximum) (9'7" x 23'8" (maximum)) - 12ft high vaulted ceiings with exposed oak beams.
Window to side, large feature circular window with views to front.

En Suite Shower Room - 12ft high vaulted ceiings with exposed oak beams.
Glazed shower cubicle
Wash hand basin
Low flush wc.

Bedroom 3 - 2.92m x 4.01m (9'7" x 13'2") - 12ft high vaulted ceiings with exposed oak beams.
Window to side with view of terrace garden

Bedroom 4 - 2.74m x 4.01m (9'0" x 13'2") - 12ft high vaulted ceiings with exposed oak beams.
Window to side with view of terrace garden.

Family Bathroom - 12ft high vaulted ceiings with exposed oak beams.
With free standing roll top bath
Pedestal wash hand basin
Low flush wc
Glazed shower cubicle
Half tiled walls and splash areas

Outside The Property -

The property is approached over a gravelled driveway with gravelled forecourt providing ample parking and turning space, with adjacent attached garage/store.

Attached Open Fronted Garage / Store -

Large mature GARDENS to the rear and side of the property being laid mainly to lawn with trees and shrubs, paved patio and paths, side pergola with climbing shrubs, whilst to the other side is a secluded barbeque area with circular paved terrace and raised wooden decking. Attractive painted timber and felt garden shed. Trellising with climbing shrubs. The rear of the property adjoins open farmland and is enclosed by established hedging.


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