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SSTC £475,000

Haries Farm, Stanwardine, Baschurch, SY4 2HD

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  • Grade II Listed former farmhouse
  • Versatile Accommodation
  • Large Kitchen, 3 Recs, Study
  • 4 Beds, 3 Bath/Shower
  • Courtyard and Ext Outbuildings
  • Unspoilt Rural Locality

A striking part half timbered 'black and white' Listed Grade II former farmhouse with lawned gardens, courtyard and an extensive range of traditional outbuildings including stables, in a popular hamlet surrounded by unspoilt countryside.

DIRECTIONS

From Shrewsbury take the B0567 road north to Baschurch and continue to the far end of the village, turning left at the crossroads. Proceed a short distance and turn first right for Stanwardine. Follow this lane through to the hamlet and at the far end the property will be seen on the left before the railway bridge.

SITUATION

The property is positioned to the fringe of the hamlet, with views to the east over farmland. There are some delightful country lanes leading away from the village, which provide good riding out opportunities. The neighbouring village of Baschurch provides a range of amenities including a Spa shop, pubs/restaurant, medical centre and the popular Corbet School. More comprehensive amenities can be found at either Shrewsbury or Oswestry, while commuters will find that the property is well placed for access to a number of commercial centres including Telford, Wrexham and Chester.

DESCRIPTION

This distinctive and attractive former farmhouse offers a rare opportunity for purchasers seeking a generous sized family house, together with a versatile range of outbuildings, which include stables and a yard, who have interests in equestrian pursuits or require outbuildings for workshops, storage etc.

The house is believed to date back to the late 17th Century and features a part timbered 'black and white' facade, which is quite distinctive. The accommodation layout is versatile and could accommodate a dependent relative - subject to any necessary planning requirements to satisfy alterations. There are two good size reception rooms with a wonderful Breakfast Kitchen, which oozes character and includes an old bread oven. This then leads through to a Conservatory with views onto the garden. For those that wish to work from home there is a Study, whilst the ground floor has a stylish Bath/Wet Room. Adjacent to the courtyard side of the house is an excellent Entrance/Utility Room and Laundry/Boot Room which could be utilised as a Tack Room, whilst leading off then a Lobby gives access to a Pantry and a useful separate WC. On the first floor, there are 4 Double Bedrooms including 2 separate Bathrooms.

Outside, positioned between the outbuildings and house is a charming courtyard, which is part railed off, adjacent brick built stable block and fodder store. Opposite the stables is a small 'turning out' paddock. There are two brick loose boxes and hay loft. Then there is a delightful and extensive 'L' shaped half timbered traditional barn, which is currently used as storage and workshops and offers a number of opportunities.

AGENTS NOTE

Prospective purchasers may wish to note that there are architects' plans for the stable range to be converted into a residential barn and a planning application was submitted, although subsequently withdrawn. Ref: 18/04742/FUL. The application became surplus to the current owners' requirements.

PORCH

With quarry tiled floor.

ENTRANCE HALL

With staircase rising to the first floor.

CELLAR/STORE

With beamed ceiling.

OFFICE SPACE

With tiled floor. Part tiled walls - formerly used as a back kitchen.

SITTING ROOM

With feature exposed brick INGELNOOK STYLE FIREPLACE incorporating oak beam, tiled hearth and MULTI FUEL STOVE with back boiler which also serves the central heating system to part of the house.

DINING ROOM

With quarry tiled floor, beamed ceiling, delightful exposed brick fireplace with quarry tiled hearth and CERAMIC WOOD BURNER. Built in floor to ceiling double storage cupboard to side.

BATH/WET ROOM

With tiled floor extending to corner shower, having floor drainage, panelled walls with electric TRITON shower unit and pull curtain. Roll top claw foot bath with chrome mixer tap and shower attachment. Panelled splash. Pedestal wash hand basin. Close coupled WC. Painted beamed ceiling. ELECTRIC UNDERFLOOR HEATING.

FARMHOUSE KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM

With quarry tiled floor, beamed ceiling and extensive granite effect work top with tiled splash and built in twin bowl sink unit. Built in GAS (LPG) HOB unit. Range of high gloss base and eye level units. Integrated DISHWASHER. OIL FIRED RAYBURN RANGE COOKER which also serves the hot water and central heating system in part. Additional matching work top, with a selection of deep drawer units under including INTEREGRATED TWIN FRIDGE DRAWERS. Built in ELECTRIC OVEN with storage cupboards above and below. Space for upright FREEZER. A selection of matching eye level cupboards. Open under stairs storage area. Feature OLD CAST IRON BREAD OVEN. Built in storage cupboard. Staircase to the first floor.

CONSERVATORY

Built with brick plinth. Wrap around timber and double glazed windows including mono pitched roof. Twin doors leading out to the rear patio. UNDERFLOOR HEATING from the Rayburn.

UTILITY ROOM

With tiled floor. Extensive wood panelled walls. Part mono pitched double glazed ceiling. Built in cloaks/broom cupboard. Cupboard housing water softener and filter unit from the bore hole water supply. Steps lead down to:

LAUNDRY/BOOT ROOM

With fitted work top and stainless steel sink unit. Double cupboard under. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Demand pump serving the bore hole and water storage tanks.

LOBBY

With quarry tiled floor and door leading to:

PANTRY

With quarry tiled floor and twin slate cold slab.

SEPARATE WC

Wash hand basin, tiled splash, close coupled WC with concealed cistern.

FIRST FLOOR

There are currently two first floor landings serving either end of the house, however, the two landings could easily be joined up to form one - subject to any necessary planning consents.

BEDROOM 1 (Double)

With period tiled fireplace with cast iron grate. Window aspect looking down the garden.

BATHROOM

With panelled bath having part tiled walls with electric TRITON shower unit and splash screen, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash, close coupled WC, cylinder cupboard containing pre-lagged hot water cylinder with immersion heater.

BEDROOM 2 (Double)

With open wardrobe.

BEDROOM 3 (Double)

With period cast iron fireplace.

BEDROOM 4 (Double)

With painted period cast iron fireplace. Quarry tiled hearth.

FAMILY BATH/SHOWER ROOM

With a CONTEMPORARY TWIN ENDED BATH with centre chrome mixer tap and shower attachment. Corner tiled shower cubicle with panelled walls and screen doors. Close coupled WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Painted part panelled walls. Ladder radiator. Airing cupboard containing pre-lagged hot water cylinder with immersion heater. Built in storage cupboard.

THE GARDENS

These are formed by various feature areas around the house, although there is a predominant area to the front, which is laid to lawn with a winding flagged pathway from the village road. The lawns then extend to a WATER FEATURE with ornamental pond and waterfall having flower bed surround. Adjacent to this area is a SMALL VEGETABLE GARDEN including a raised bed and fruit cage. BRICK GARDEN STORE. To the front of the conservatory is an area which is partially divided and laid to an extensive flagged and brick pavioured PATIO AREAS incorporating a raised circular bed. Additional brick edged beds including climbing wisteria. Trellis fencing with climbing plants. The pathway then extends around to the rear with a lawn, ornamental gravel and further raised beds set against a sandstone wall. Off the lawned area, there is then an old cobbled yard with iron railings, set on sandstone walling and an old sandstone horse mount.

OUTSIDE

The property is approached over a part concrete/cobbled driveway which leads to a parking area.

THE OUTBUILDINGS

There are an extensive range of mixed traditional outbuildings set in an 'L' shaped design and comprise:

STABLE YARD

With iron railings, concreted walk area and external lighting. Cold water tap. Brick/slate STABLE BLOCK (FORMER SHIPPEN) to include three partitioned stables with rear feed walk. FEED/HAY STORE With twin and single entrance doors. Lighting. ADJOINING WORKSHOP Approx 13'0 x 8'9. With end sliding door. Power and lighting.

BRICK/CORRUGATED IRON TWO STOREY RANGE

Providing STORE approx 26'9 x 16'4. Part open divide frame - easily removed. LOOSE BOX Approx 17'1 x 16'2. Access point to loft.

TRADITIONAL TIMBER FRAMED BARN

With brick and sandstone beneath corrugated iron roof and divided into - FORMER SHIPPEN - approx 16'3 x 15;3 with concreted stepped floor and old cow ties. GARAGE WITH STORE 27'3 x 16'4 Divided by timber frame, having timber twin entrance doors. WORKSHOP Approx 25'9 x 16'8 with brick and concreted floor. Power and lighting. Timber twin entrance doors and additional single door. GENERAL STORE Approx 13'11 x 16'5 with concreted floor. Lighting. ADJOINING PAIR OF SANDSTONE STORES,

TWO TRADITIONAL SANDSTONE PIG STYES, THE WHOLE EXTENDS TO APPROX 0.5 ACRE

POTENTIAL LAND TO RENT

The current owners have advised that they rent approximately up to 3 acres of land close by and this may be available, subject to application and agreeing terms with the land owner.

FIXTURES AND FITTINGS

The fitted carpets as laid and light fittings are included in the sale.

SERVICES

Mains electricity, drainage and water are understood to be connected. In addition, there is also an active water bore hole supply, which works in conjunction with the mains water supply. Oil fired central heating system. None of these services have been tested.

TENURE

Freehold. Purchasers must confirm via their solicitor.

LOCAL AUTHORITY

Shropshire Council, Shrewsbury. Tel: 0844 448 1644.

VIEWINGS

Halls, 2 Barker Street, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY1 1QJ. Tel: 01743 236444. E: shrewsbury@hallsgb.com

Halls Holdings Ltd and any joint agents for themselves, and for the Vendor of the property whose Agents they are, give notice that: (i) These particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract (ii) No person in the employment of or any agent of or consultant to Halls Holdings has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property (iii) Measurements, areas and distances are approximate, Floor plans and photographs are for guidance purposes only (photographs are taken with a wide angled / zoom lenses) and dimensions shapes and precise locations may differ (iv) It must not be assumed that the property has all the required planning or building regulation consents. Halls Holdings Ltd, Halls Holdings House, Bowmen Way, Battlefield, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY4 3DR. Registered in England 06597073.

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