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£895,000

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Astbury Barn, Astbury, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16

4 bedroom barn conversion for sale

OPEN PLAN KITCHEN FAMILY ROOM
UTILITY
DINING ROOM
SITTING ROOM
FOUR BEDROOM
TWO BATHROOMS
8 ACRES
TWO STABLES & YARD
THREE BAY CART SHED
OUTBUILDING
EASY MAINTAINED GARDENS
SPECTACULAR VIEWS

Astbury Barn is a delightful four bedroom brick and stone barn conversion which is set well and truly off the beaten track, but within ten minutes' drive to the bustling market town of Bridgnorth, literally providing the best of both worlds. A wonderful equestrian property with purpose built Prime Oak stables and three bay cart shed on a yard with utilities, two paddocks and agricultural building, with acreage totalling 9.02 acres to include charming gardens and grounds. Riding out is easy in Shropshire with over 600 miles of byways and bridleways. The Jack Mytton Way, nearly a 100 mile route which takes you through some spectacular and unspoilt Shropshire countryside passes nearby and is open to cyclists, horse riders and walkers alike.

Generous proportions allow a fabulous open plan kitchen family room, utility, central dining room which is currently a games room and has a pool table taking centre stage. Large entrance hall, stunning views from the sitting room, downstairs master bedroom with ensuite. The fourth bedroom is next to the master and would make a great dressing room, thus potentially making a ground floor master suite. To the first floor, two good sized bedrooms and family bathroom sit either side of a landing area suited as a study.

Astbury, is a rural community located 1.7m from the village of Eardington which has a village hall and nature reserve and 3.5 m from Bridgnorth. Set on the banks of the River Severn which divides the town in to two and originally linked by the Victorian funicular railway and the "Donkey Steps", hence High Town and Low Town, was once a renowned busy fishing port. The bustling town has the Castle remnants, the ancient Cartway leading down to the Quayside, the cliffs and caves of Lavington Gardens, Severn Park and the Seven Valley Railway. Good local shopping, amenities and recreational facilities can be found plus regular Antique and local produce markets. The larger centres of Shrewsbury and Kidderminster, also with good road and rail links to Birmingham and London, are some 25.3 and 15.7 miles away, respectively.

The House
Approach to the property is accessed through a five bar gate and over a cattle grid, over a long private shared track which then splits in two, the left hand track leads up to the large gravel parking area to the left of the barn. The kitchen door is the most widely used, but the formal front door is accessed from wide stone steps leading down to the large South facing sun terrace where the entrance hall can be found. Part vaulted and with fabulous views, wooden floor and having plenty of storage and wc. Adjacent to the hall, the wonderful sitting room with feature fireplace, inset wood burner and exposed beams with vaulted ceiling. Two sets of French doors open out to the South facing sun terrace where captivating far reaching views can be enjoyed.

The dining room forms the centre to this barn and has exposed ceiling timbers which are a feature throughout this beautiful barn. A glazed door to the decked area adjacent to the kitchen takes advantage of the private garden to the rear. Steps down lead to an inner hall and the fourth bedroom which, along with the master bedroom, benefits from French doors out to the side and fitted wardrobes. This room which has a vanity unit would make an ideal dressing room or nursery, if not required as a bedroom. Next to here, the well-proportioned master bedroom with vaulted ceiling and steps down to the large ensuite.

From the dining room, a dog leg staircase leads up to bedroom two, a good sized double and the family bathroom. Steps up to a landing area used as an office and which would make for a nice seating area for bedroom three, also benefitting from its own external access down stone steps.

Returning to the dining room, a door through to the exceptional open plan kitchen family room. With windows to the front and fully glazed panels with double French doors to the rear, this room has a snug with wood burner to the one end with a dining area in the middle and a beautifully appointed shaker kitchen to the other. With four oven electric Aga with warmer, stainless steel sink, granite work surfaces, handmade terracotta tiled floor and a central island with baskets and drawers and integrated dishwasher, fridge and Whirlpool microwave. To the rear, a useful utility/boot room with airing cupboards and storage and separate wc.

Outside
Surrounding the barn are easily maintained beds and borders, with a large sun terrace to the front and a seclude garden and decked area to the rear. Adjacent to the parking area the yard and stable block with inside and outside lights and water. The three bay cart shed has three sets of wooden double doors, electric and power with storage area above and log store to the side. From the yard is access to both top and bottom paddock. The top paddock has an open fronted outbuilding, useful for storing machinery. To the top of this paddock, but separate, a wildlife pond and gated access to the bottom paddock. The bottom paddock has gated access from the yard and also further down the drive next to the footpath. The public footpath crosses the bottom paddock nearest the farthest boundary, as indicted by the gated markers. Please refer to the agents for further details.

Tenure
Freehold and with Vacant Possession.

Services
Mains electricity, water and septic tank private drainage. Oil fired central heating. Services have not been tested by the agent.

Local Authority
Shropshire Council Council Band E

Viewings:
Strictly by appointment through the sole selling agent. Nock Deighton Bridgnorth, please contact - 01746 767767 or email bridgnorth@nockdeighton.co.uk

Direction:
From the agent's head office in Bridgnorth take the B4555 Chelmarsh road out of Bridgnorth for 1.7m, passing through the village of Eardington. Turn right for Astbury on the road signposted unsuitable for heavy goods vehicles. Proceed over the bridge up the hill, past Astbury Hall, through sharp right hand and then a sharp left hand bend, up the hill and near the top (0.9m) you'll see a right hand drive set back with a wooden 5 bar gate and cattle grid. Open the gate and drive over the cattle grid, please close the gate behind you and then proceed along the track all the way until it splits in two. Take the left hand track and drive up to Astbury Barn.

From the agent's head office in Bridgnorth take the B4555 Chelmarsh road out of Bridgnorth for 1.7m, passing through the village of Eardington. Turn right for Astbury on the road signposted unsuitable for heavy goods vehicles. Proceed over the bridge up the hill, past Astbury Hall, through sharp right hand and then a sharp left hand bend, up the hill and near the top (0.9m) you'll see a right hand drive set back with a wooden 5 bar gate and cattle grid. Open the gate and drive over the cattle grid, please close the gate behind you and then proceed along the track all the way until it splits in two. Take the left hand track and drive up to Astbury Barn.

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