Stanwardine, Baschurch, Shrewsbury


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Stunning Conversion, Privacy, Paddocks, Landscaping, Cloakroom WC, Octagonal Living Room, Kitchen / Breakfast Room, Utility, Dining Room / Games Room, Master Bedroom with En Suite, EPC: C

Situation: Oak Barn

The barn has been finished and maintained to a very high standard with solid Oak double glazed windows and doors, Oak and tile flooring, Oak internal doors, brushed silver switchgear, Oak bespoke kitchen, Roca, Heritage, Sanindusa sanitary ware, and a wealth of exposed beams and king trusses. The owners enclosed the hall in order to create the library, as it is used today. Solid Oak glazed double doors open to the hall with deep under -stairs shoe cupboard, glazed doors to the kitchen and library.

Opposite the front door is the cloakroom with WC. The breakfast kitchen has bespoke Oak cabinets, which extend to two walls. From the breakfast kitchen, a set of glazed double doors open into the lounge which is a former 'Jinney ring' – a horse powered mill; one of the outstanding main features. Octagonal floor to ceiling glazed elevations incorporating two sets of French doors open to the front garden. There is a large brick Inglenook fireplace with Charnwood raised log burner.

The dining room / games room is also accessed from the kitchen and boasts a fixed floor to ceiling window overlooking the courtyard, two further windows and down lighters. The library is positioned to the left, off the hall, with dual aspect windows, French doors opening out to the courtyard, built-in shelved storage cupboard and down lighters.

The stairs off from the rear of the library turn up to the long first floor landing where a built-in cupboard houses the hot water cylinder. The master bedroom enjoys unusual arrow slit and porthole windows and a vaulted ceiling with down lighters. The en suite has a roll top bath, WC, wash basin, large shower cubicle with glazed door, storage and shelving to the side, tiled surrounds, heated towel rail and Velux skylight. All three further bedrooms also enjoy their own en suite bathrooms.

With a population of around 3000 residents, the vibrant village of Baschurch is 2 miles distant. There are good amenities including local shops: SPAR (which has an in-house Post Office and is open till 10pm, 7 days a week), Moor Farm Shop / Café and Polo Club, an Indian restaurant, a fish and chip shop, hair salon, a primary and secondary school, church and two pubs: The New Inn and Admiral Duncan Inn. At the heart of the community is the village hall, which is a popular meeting place for local groups, and venue for events.

Baschurch is an excellent location for families with both the primary and secondary schools rated as 'good' by Ofsted, and an abundance of open green space, in addition to vital local services including Prescott doctor's surgery with in-house pharmacy and opticians. There are well regarded private schools close by, including Packwood Haugh and Adcote School for Girls.

The A5 is placed 4.5 miles away and connects in a northerly direction to Oswestry before branching off to Wrexham and then Chester. In a southerly direction, the A5 takes you to the county town of Shrewsbury, branching off for Ludlow (A49), Bridgnorth (A458), before connecting to the M54, which takes you into the West Midlands conurbation.

Arriva operate a regular daily bus service (576) between Oswestry and Shrewsbury.

Liverpool John Lennon Airport - 59 miles. Birmingham International Airport – 65 miles. Manchester Airport - 68 miles.

Please Note: Neighbour has right of way to access oil tank

Directions: Travel through the village of Baschurch, when you reach the crossroad (where the B4397 crosses the B5067), turn left. Follow the road as it leaves the village and take the next right, signposted Stanwardine and PGL Activity Centre. Continue along this narrow road until you reach the next hamlet where you turn left, continuing to follow the signs for PGL Activity Centre. Immediately after passing Borreaton Park, PGL Activity Centre entrance, take the next turn on the right, which is signed as a dead end and 'not suitable for motors'. The driveway to Oak Barn is a short distance along on the left-hand side after passing Stanwardine Park Farm house.Acreage:3.2

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