Luxurious six-bedroom country house has exceptional views
Published October 13th, 2015
Walnut Barn, Bausley, Crew Green, Shrewsbury is available for sale with a guide price of £650,000 and there is opportunity to purchase 13 acres of land adjacent by separate negotiation.
The property is located in a picturesque and rural location, not far from the River Severn and close to the 900 feet outcrop of granite, Breidden Hill, which at its summit is home to Rodney’s Pillar.
“As you approach Walnut Barn along its private driveway you see the house with the majestic Walnut tree to its side, made famous on You Tube by the tree climbing, squirrel-chasing Coco, the cockerpoo; ’My Dog Climbs Trees’,” said Philip Robinson, residential agency manager with Berrys at Shrewsbury.
“Formerly a cottage and barn, the propery has been meticulously refurbished and rebuilt to a very high standard to create a luxury home that takes fullest advantage of the outstanding views down the valley and as far as the horizon.
“The property has quality oak floors, skirting and doors, underfloor heating with three independently controlled zones (ground floor and two first floor wings) and a woodburner between the sitting room and dining area adds further warmth and ambience at the heart of the home. It has an EPC rating of C.
“Outside there is ample parking and a three-vehicle garage has substantial ancillary accommodation that is currently arranged as office space.
“The house currently has six bedrooms, three ensuite, but could readily be adapted into a four-bedroom home with an independent annexe,” he added.
Bausley, Crew Green lies centrally in a triangle between the towns of Shrewsbury, Oswestry and Welshpool within seven miles of the A5, which gives access to the M54 and motorway network. Chester is only 45 minutes’ drive and the Mid Wales coast less than 90 minutes.
Local schools include the Bryn Hafren Primary School in Crew Green and a choice of three secondary schools with bus pick up in the village. Independent schools include Ellesmere College, Moreton Hall, Packwood Haugh, Adcote, Shrewsbury High School, Prestfelde and Shrewsbury School.
There is good walking and riding on the nearby Breidden Hill and there are four cross country courses within easy reach, including Radfords five miles away. Llanymynech Golf Course is nine miles away and for wildlife enthusiasts the local countryside has a varied wild bird population with stone chat, curlews, green woodpeckers, kingfishers and dippers.
For more information contact Philip Robinson at Berrys on 01743 271697 email email@example.com or download the full particulars at www.berrys.uk.com/property/bausley-crew-green-shrewsbury-crew-green-shrewsbury