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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Stottesdon, DY14

Sold STC £620,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms and separate WC
  • 3 Reception rooms
  • Luxury kitchen with integrated appliances
  • External detached garage and studio/workshop area.
  • 2625 Sq Ft
  • Private staircase leading to guest bedroom and en-suite
  • Private parking for multiple vehicles
  • Extensive gardens
  • Close proximity to local shops & amenities

Full description

Burns Farmhouse

Picture yourself living in an imposing Victorian farmhouse, looking out across views of the stunning South Shropshire countryside. Entertaining friends with cosy dinner parties in the winter within a newly built vaulted oak- framed kitchen/dining area, while the log burner roars; or hosting family barbecues on the sunny patio area which benefits from all-day sunshine, and is lined with lush raised flower beds. Imagine waking up to panoramic views of peaceful unspoiled countryside, with the convenience of village amenities. All this together with the knowledge that your beautiful 4 bed home is the epitome of country living, boasting modern twists while maintaining Victorian charm and character. With a guest suite comprising of an oak- beamed bedroom and en-suite accessed from a private staircase, Burns Farmhouse is perfect for providing family and friends with privacy as guests, or allowing older children to live in spacious comfort. 

More Features

  • Recently extended and refurbished large kitchen/dining area with breakfast bar opening onto newly laid patio area.
  • Utility area with Belfast sink and space for storage of white goods.
  • Stabling plus barn/storage with mains electricity.
  • 3 Log burners (one with baking oven).
  • Boot room with recently installed hardwearing flooring
  • Extensive gardens which provide both all-day sunshine and privacy to the house. 

A hub for entertaining

Picture preparing lunch on your bespoke  granite kitchen island, looking out onto beautiful lawns and immaculate flower beds, or enjoying a glass of wine aside the feature log burner’s baking oven, awaiting your freshly baked bread. The delightful and imposing oak framed kitchen/ dining area affords all of this as well as being perfect for family dinner times, allowing the cook to join in on the conversation, all while keeping the cooking mess out of sight in the handy utility area. The thoughtfully appointed underfloor heating ensures that your entertainment area stays toasty in the winter, while the double oak- framed doors and floor-to-ceiling windows ensure that you can invite the sweet spring breeze inside when the weather is warmer. 

Move straight into peaceful period ambience 

Transitioning from the sympathetically installed oak-framed extension into the Victorian farmhouse, it is clear that care has been taken to maintain the period character of the property, while ensuring all the necessities of modern living are accommodated. Three well-proportioned reception rooms allow for flexible day-to-day living, with one of these rooms featuring a private staircase to the guest suite. To the east side of the house, 3 further double bedrooms are served by a luxuriously appointed wet- room style bathroom furnished with a beautiful walk-in shower, heated towel rail and top-end panelled bathroom suite. 

Practicality of rural living with the convenience of a village location

Extensive gardens featuring raised flower and vegetable beds are perfect for the green-fingered, or for those just thinking of ‘having a go’. External stabling and barn areas, with hardstanding surrounds together with approximately 0.75 acres of fenced paddocks would make the perfect home for a range of small livestock. Currently home to pigs, goats and sheep, it can be argued that the external accommodation is as impressive as the delightful Farmhouse living space! Accessed through a private gravelled drive, the parking area offers space for multiple vehicles and could comfortably accommodate a stock trailer or horse lorry. Detached from the property, located among the lawned gardens, a brick-built building which is currently divided into a garage and art studio, offers the real possibility for further conversion to accommodate a holiday let (subject to planning permission), or luxury home-office/ business area. Despite boasting extensive smallholding facilities, this property benefits from being a part of village life too. The small village of Stottesdon features amenities such as a country pub with children’s play area, doctor’s surgery and pharmacy, small Primary school and nursery (rated Outstanding by Ofsted), an outdoor adventure and equestrian centre, small local shop and a butcher’s shop in the local vicinity offering home-reared meat as well as a variety of groceries. 

Enough space for you?

Burns Farmhouse has well-proportioned rooms and provides ample space for family living, with the capability to comfortably accommodate guests too. With 3 reception rooms, there is room to allow even the most diverse of families to relax and enjoy downtime in their own space. As with most period properties, there is also a wealth of storage space around the house which cannot always be found in newly built houses. Burns Farmhouse really does cater for all, its sought after location and impressive accommodation really does speak for itself however a viewing will truly bring all you’ve read on this fantastic property alive.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
07 August 2017

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