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Diddle Brook Barn, Diddlebury, Craven Arms, Shropshire, SY7

3 bedroom barn conversion for sale

£500,000Guide Price

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Barn Conversion
Generous living space
Well Equiped Kitchen
Beautiful Mature Gardens
Garage and Parking Space

Nestled in the idyllic village of Diddlebury, this detached bungalow barn conversion offers a tranquil setting just eight miles northeast of Ludlow and fifteen miles southwest of Bridgnorth. Positioned alongside Diddle Brook, with the village church and picturesque countryside close by, it enjoys a truly peaceful location.

Inside, the living room exuding warmth and character, featuring exposed wall and ceiling timbers that highlight its rustic charm. The focal point is a striking stone inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove with hood, stone hearth, and wooden beam above. French windows flood the space with natural light and offer easy access to the garden. The open-plan dining room continues the theme of exposed ceiling timbers, creating a cohesive and inviting atmosphere.

The heart of the home, the spacious kitchen/breakfast room, impresses with its extensive storage units and a range of built-in appliances including a dishwasher, washing machine, double oven, and ceramic hob and space for a freestanding fridge freezer. The exposed ceiling timbers add to the room's character, enhancing its appeal.

The accommodation comprises three bedrooms, one of which features an en-suite WC for added convenience. The two other bedrooms are good sized double rooms with views to the front of the property.

Finishing off the property is the bathroom, which comprises of a Shower, WC, and Hand-Basin.

Outside, the meticulously landscaped gardens with their southwest-facing orientation. A paved sun patio offers the perfect spot for al fresco dining or relaxation, leading to manicured lawns bordered by a variety of shrubs, flowering plants, rose beds, and an enchanting ornamental pool.

Completing the property is an adjoining garage and parking area, ensuring practicality alongside its undeniable charm.

Agent Notes:
There is a shared driveway and parking area that is used by Delbury Barn Conversions. All neighbours club together to pay for gravel, which is approximately £60.00 per property per annum.

EPC: To be confirmed.
TENURE: Freehold
SERVICES: Mains Electric, Water and Drainage. Oil Fired Central Heating. Broadband: FFTC - Fibre Optic cable to the cabinet, then to the property.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Shropshire Council

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The village of Diddlebury is about eight miles north east of Ludlow off the B4368 Bridgnorth Road. From Ludlow take the A49 Shrewsbury road north. After just over a mile turn right (sign Much Wenlock) and continue over the golf course and race course and through Culmington. At the junction with the B4368 turn right (sign Bridgnorth) and continue for about 1.5 miles into Diddlebury. Turn right into Mill Lane. Just before the hump back bridge turn right by Diddle Brook Barn, parking on the adjoining graveled drive.

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