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Lower Rockhill Farm, Clun, Craven Arms, Shropshire, SY7

3 bedroom detached house for sale

£850,000Guide Price

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A fantastic opportunity to purchase a beautiful stone cottage coming with an excellent range of outbuildings and land extending to approximately 24.82 acres of garden and paddocks.

Approximately 24.82 Acres
3 bed farmhouse with 1 bed annexe
Numerous outbuildings
Stables and
Beautifully appointed accommodation
Kitchen with Vaulted Ceilings
Rural Views

Located in the beautiful Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Lower Rockhill Farm is situated just over a mile from Clun which has two public houses, a primary school, convenience store and tea rooms. Craven Arms close by provides a wider choice of facilities as well as a train station. The surrounding countryside offers wonderful walking and riding opportunities with many footpaths and bridleways in the area.

Lower Rockhill Farm offers a fantastic opportunity to purchase a stone farmhouse with numerous outbuildings including a range of traditional and modern barns. The house sits in approximately 24.89 acres of land which comprises formal garden and paddocks which offer an opportunity for equestrian use.

The house is approached across a large driveway with parking for multiple vehicles. The front door leads into a porch with an internal door opening into the fantastic kitchen diner. This huge space features a vaulted ceiling with period beams and feature stone walls. The kitchen has been fitted with an excellent range of base units with granite worktops over, modern electric AGA with 5 ovens and 3 hobs and inset double Belfast sink. The room offers the opportunity for a large family dining table in the centre.

A door from the kitchen leads into the first of the reception rooms, a snug with flagstone flooring and beautiful inglenook fireplace with stone surround and Oak mantle above. A door from here leads to the third bedroom with window to one elevation and door to a lobby, with another door to outside.

An inner hallway from the snug has stairs rising to the first floor, door to the downstairs cloakroom, access to outside and another into the living room. This generous sized room again has flagstone flooring, windows to two elevations looking out over the view and is centred around a fireplace with Clearview woodburning stove in situ. There are beautiful views from this room looking down the Clun valley.

A cellar has previously been used as an office space, but offers versatility in usage. It is accessed via a flight of stone steps. There is a ground level window to allow natural light in.

Upstairs there are two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Both bedrooms are excellent sized double, the first of which has a large built in wardrobe and storage to either side of the chimney breast. The ensuite shower room comprises of a large shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC. The second bedroom which enjoys a window looking out over the rural views. The ensuite bathroom is increibly unique, with a central bath with wooden panelling and marble surround. There is a corner shower unit, WC and wash hand basin.

In front of the house, a variety of mature bushes and shrubs surround the landscaped lawn area. This seamlessly transitions into a spacious patio that wraps around the property, offering plenty of room for outdoor seating and dining. The patio not only showcases picturesque countryside views but also overlooks a portion of the expansive 24.24-acres. Steps from here take you down into the field where you can access part of the land. There is a service road to the bottom of this field which is sutable for horse boxes and farming vehilcles and providing further access to the land.

From the driveway there is access to the main house and outbuildings. On the left of the drive is an outbuilding with a garage and three stables below. Above the garage, accessed via a flight of stairs to the side is potential for secondary accommodation with a room above that could be utilised as a bedroom and ensuite shower room.

This home benefits from the vast amount of outbuildings which also include a further 4 stables with one currently being used as a functioning utility room. Additioanlly there is a large building to the end of the driveway that consists of a workshop, tool shed, a second garage, and the middle barn all suitable for a range of uses. All of which are fully equipped with power and water.

The land is split into approximately 6 paddocks all of which are fenced with mature hedging making the land suitable for animlas as well as having water supply to troughs around the fields. The current owners have horses in the field immediately in front of the house. Sheep also graze in the fields up to the right hand side of the land plan.

Direction:
Head north from Ludlow on the A49 to Craven Arms. At the first roundabout turn left onto the B4368 and follow this road all the way to Clun. Once into Clun bear left at the fork down the hill towards the bridge and carry straight on up the hill and out of the town. Around three miles out you come to a series of bends, Lower Rockhill Farm is on the left after the first one.