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The Old Stables, Broome Hall Farm, Chatwall, Church Stretton, Shropshire, SY6

3 bedroom barn conversion to let

£1,095 pcm Asking price

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Available from mid-July | Unfurnished | Pets may be considered at an additional rent

Please note: This property is unfortunately not suitable for children under 12 due to nearby livestock.

Allergen note: There have been dogs present at the property in the past, so those with severe allergies should view with caution.

Nock Deighton are pleased to offer this beautiful, Grade II listed, three bedroom detached converted stone barn. Positioned on the grounds of Broome Hall Farm Farmhouse, this residence is ideal for those seeking a quiet, rural retreat with modern home comforts.

Nestled within the idyllic Shropshire countryside with views of the Clee Hills, this property is located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, approximately 7 miles from Much Wenlock and Church Stretton.

Accommodation briefly comprises large fitted kitchen/dining room, spacious sitting room, utility and downstairs shower room. Upstairs offers two generously sized double bedrooms and a well-proportioned single bedroom, along with one en-suite bathroom and a family bathroom.

The cottage features double glazed windows and electric heating, and has its own allocated garden area, fenced off for privacy, including a lawn, circular patio and a generous sized vegetable plot.

There is one allocated parking space available. A small garage is available for use as a workshop or for storage within a shared courtyard.

This property is available with flatfair's No Deposit solution, so you won't have to pay a security deposit. Instead, you would pay a small deposit replacement fee equivalent to one week's rent plus VAT – significantly less than a five week deposit. This fee is non-refundable and is not a deposit so cannot be used towards covering the cost of any future damages that might occur.