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Guilden Down, Clun, Craven Arms, SY7
Offers in the region of £675,000 | 2 bedrooms | 3.75 acres

Situated amid the glorious South Shropshire rural countryside on the Welsh Border, this striking barn conversion offers a fantastic family home with the option to complete the partially converted adjoining two-storey barn into the existing accommodation. Offering grounds amounting to 3.75 acres, a double garage with loft above with potential to convert and within a stones' throw of the popular village of Clun. EPC ''TBC'.

Boot Room
with tiled flooring, oil fired underfloor heating, Belfast sink with adjoining laminated work surfaces, fitted base units and shelving, Laundry cupboard housing washing machine, and wall mounted coat hooks. Door to:

with tiled flooring, underfloor oil heating, exposed beams and stone wall, and windows to rear. Doors to:

with tiled flooring, freestanding cast iron roll top bath with shower head attachment, heated towel rail, radiator, wash basin with mirror over and heated towel rail under, window to front, wall mounted corner cabinet, large walk-in shower cubicle with rainforest shower head, and decorative ceiling coving.

Bedroom One
with tiled flooring, window to front, decorative ceiling coving, and wall mounted TV point. Door to:

Walk-in Dressing Room
with carpeted flooring, fitted hanging rails and draws, and spotlights.

with timber flooring.

with timber flooring, exposed beams, windows to front and rear, wall lights, large inglenook fireplace housing wood burning stove with Oak mantle and stone hearth, TV point, BT point, and access to loft space running the length of the barn.

Kitchen / Dining Room
with tiled flooring, electric underfloor heating, bespoke fitted wall and freestanding units providing shelving and cupboard space, marble and woodblock work surfaces, windows to front, exposed beams, fitted base units housing fridge, freezer and dishwasher, ceramic sink with slate draining board, electric night-storage AGA for cooking only, tiled splashback, fitted display units, BT point and 13ft breakfast bar. Door to:

with flagstone flooring, oil underfloor heating, stone feature windows to side, stone inglenook fireplace with open fire, exposed beams, wall lights and stone arched doorway to stairs. There is a connecting door to the partially converted adjoining barn, which would in turn provide access to a Hallway and Large Living Room.

Oak Stairs ascending to:

Bedroom Two
with Oak floorboards, exposed beams, feature windows to three elevations, and radiator.There is a connecting door to the partially converted adjoining barn, which would in turn provide access to an En-Suite from this Bedroom.

Partially Converted Barn
There is a two-storey brick and stone partially converted barn adjoining Mill Barn, works have commenced to incorporate the unconverted barn into the accommodation of Mill Barn. It is proposed for the unconverted barn to provide an Entrance Hallway and Large Living Room on the ground floor and a Bedroom and two En-Suites on the first floor.

Double Garage
Brick and tile double garage with two double entrance doors, concrete flooring, WC cubicle and a water heater fitted was a wash basin. Loft space above with lighting and power, window to side and fitted base units. This area lends itself to being converted into an office space or something similar.

The gardens extend to three elevations of the property, similarly to the barn itself, the gardens have been magnificently landscaped to create quiet corners, secret botanical gardens and tranquil settings to take in your surroundings and the elevated views over the far reaching scenery. There are also two ponds having a mill wheel and stream connecting the two together with aquatic flora and fauna. Many pockets around the barn itself are boasting well-kept rockeries, shrubberies, and mature ornamental plants and bushes. The garden then cascades into an easy-maintained lawn with fruit and broadleaf trees, which could easily be fenced to create a second paddock. There is a timber framed and corrugated iron pitched roof shed and gardens sheds, together with a vegetable plot with raised beds. The property is bound by mature hedgerows, stone walls, and post and wire fencing. In the gardens nestled between the mature trees is a Summerhouse turntable base, which could be advanced, if so desired. To the front of the property is a large gravelled driveway providing ample parking for guests. There is a floral bed and a feature well, which in fact discreetly camouflages the septic tank. To the rear of the barn is a lean-too shed housing the oil fired boiler. There is also a traditional brick built shed housing the oil tank, with a Garden Store above and accessed via the higher level to the rear. There is a separate paddock on the side of the driveway, which amounts to 1.67 acres and leans itself to being ideal for equestrian or livestock purposes. It benefits from a water trough.


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