Traditionally where the horses were kept along with wagons and carts, these barns have been converted and renovated to an exceptionally high specification offering unique and superior family abodes with large grounds within a private location. At the bottom of each garden lays a tranquil stream.The barns are timber cladded with a battened cavity and being heavily insulated on inside wall, under a part slate and part profile metal sheet cladding roof. Ample parking is with each barn outside the entrance doors, as well as to the sides. The boundaries of each property will be well defined and bound by close paneled fencing with planted hedgerows and/or post, wire and rail fencing...
The properties benefit from mains electricity and a private water supply. A newly installed borehole has been dug, there will be annual charge for the water usage of each property. As a guide, for the first three years and subject to review thereafter, The Stables to be in the region of £375 pa, to be verified. The drainage of the barns is a sewage treatment plant serving three properties, an annual service charge will be in place to the tune of £190pa for The Stables, similarly to the water charges these will be for the three years and subject to review thereafter. The heating is via a ground source heat pump. All rooms will benefit from Wi-Fi, TV and ample electric points. All flooring will be oak finished or ceramic slate effect tiles flooring due to the underfloor heating. Both kitchen/living area will have a wood burning stove in situ.The Stables
The Stables, home for the horses back in the day, now provides versatile accommodation, which may be five double bedrooms, large kitchen living area, utility room and family bathroom. However, some of the bedrooms would lend themselves to being additional reception rooms or offices if required. Integrated appliances to include a dishwasher, fridge, freezer and electric cooker will be included within the kitchen. From the kitchen living area through French Doors opens up the idyllic private garden offering extensive landscaped lawn leading down to the idyllic stream. The gardens complement the accommodation the barn offers, being a great feature of the property and a fabulous area to enjoy the Shropshire sun throughout the day. Immediately outside the French Doors from the kitchen living area is a patio terrace giving a fantastic space for entertaining guests and al-fresco dining. The plot extends 0.38 of an acre as outlined on the plan edged in red.The purchasers of The Stables will have the opportunity to arrange the erection of an open fronted garage and garden store if so desired prior to completion. This will provide a saving of VAT due to the new build.Entrance Hall and Galleried Hallway
3.88m x 3.85m (12'9" x 12'8")En-Suite Shower Room
2.59m x 1.01m (8'6" x 3'4")Airing Cupboard
1.01m x 0.88m (3'4" x 2'11")Family Bathroom
2.94m x 2.85m (9'8" x 9'4")Double bedroom/Reception Room
4.47m x 4.07m (14'8" x 13'4")Double Bedroom/Study
4.24m x 3.84m (13'11" x 12'7")Double Bedroom/Study
4.79m x 4.20m (15'9" x 13'9")Kitchen/Living Area
8.20m x 4.41m (26'11" x 14'6")Utility Room
3.30m x 1.40m (10'10" x 4'7")Double Bedroom/Reception Room
4.44m x 3.01m (14'7" x 9'11")En-Suite Shower Room
3.31m x 1.01m (10'10" x 3'4")The Area
Guilden Down is a small hamlet and working farm on the edge of Clun, nestled in the stunning Shropshire Hills being ideally located for all country pursuits to include walking, cycling and horse riding. Clun is 1 mile from the properties and is a small rural town found in South Shropshire on the edge of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This tranquil and sought-after area offers local amenities such as Public Houses, Tea Rooms, Post Office, Petrol Station, Primary School and Doctors Surgery.The market town of Craven Arms (approximately 9.5 miles) is located on the A49 carriageway between Shrewsbury and Hereford. The town lies in the valley of the River Onny. The town benefits from a railway station linking north to Shrewsbury, Crewe and Manchester, and south to Ludlow, Hereford, Cardiff and Swansea as well as local bus links. Local amenities include, a Post Office, Nursery and Primary Schools and a Doctor's surgery and Dental Practice, two Public Houses, a large Supermarket and many convenience stores amongst other light businesses.Bishops Castle (approximately 6 miles) is a lively market town, and has many facilities including a primary and secondary school, leisure centre, small cottage hospital, dentist, doctors, restaurants, public houses (two of which brew their own beer) and, individual shops and businesses. There is a good bus link to Shrewsbury every day. The area is close to the schools of Bedstone College and Moor Park. The many gourmet and architectural delights of Ludlow are a 18 mile drive from Guilden Down. Ludlow has long been described as England's Loveliest Town due to its elegant Streets with active markets and large range of listed buildings, many of which are medieval or of half-timbered Tudor style. The town also has a main line railway station linking to Manchester.