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Quality Barn Conversion
£300,000 (Offers In Excess Of)

Noneley, Wem, Shrewsbury

Ideally situated in the glorious North Shropshire countryside with far reaching views to the south. This home is as large as your average 4 bedroom house. A quality conversion, with lots of extras and a low maintenance garden with feature pond.

DESCRIPTION Noneley Barn complex is a friendly environment of six barn conversions with excellent local amenities. Ideally situated in the glorious North Shropshire countryside with far reaching views to the south. This home is as large as your average 4 bedroom house. A quality conversion, with lots of extras and a low maintenance garden with feature pond.

SITUATION 1 Noneley Hall Barns is situated in the rural hamlet of Noneley approximately 2.5 miles from Wem where butchers and bakers as well as independent retailers can be found on the local high street. The village of Loppington is just under one mile away with a pub, post office and Church dating back to 14th Century. The Village was actually recorded in the Domesday Book as Lopitone. It has a Village Hall which is used for a multitude of local activities including Flix in the sticks, WI, youth club and charity events.

Noneley is surrounded by farmland and there are potentially opportunities to rent pasture land for horses, sheep and other small livestock.

SCHOOLS AND LOCAL AMENITIES Transport to the local primary school is provided by a designated bus free of charge with a highly rated secondary school in Wem. A variety of Private schools locally accessible including Ellesmere College and Adcote School for Girls.

The three golf courses at Hawkstone Park (8 miles) lie in the extensive parkland surrounding the ruins of a medieval castle, with the cliffs of the world-famous 18th Century Follies providing a spectacular backdrop.

The market town of Ellesmere (9 miles) has the most stunning meres. Great for fishing, swimming, canoeing, dog walking and general sightseeing. Ellesmere also has fantastic walks along the canal. The picturesque Boathouse restaurant/cafe overlooks the mere and serves tea/coffee, homemade cakes, lunch, afternoon teas and evening meals.

LOCAL AUTHORITY Shropshire Council Tel: 0345 678 9002 Council Tax Band E: £1,845.69 (2016/17)

SERVICES We are advised that the property is connected to mains electricity and has oil fired central heating. The water is from a borehole supply shared between the six barns, with a back-up supply via Noneley Hall. The private drainage is also shared between the barns.

  • Unspoilt Rural Location
  • Private but not isolated
  • Vaulted ceiling and gallery landing
  • Master Bed with ensuite at first floor
  • Timber beams and oak features
  • Wood and solid fuel burning stove
  • Multi media with inbuilt speakers
  • NO UPWARD CHAIN
  • Attractive feature fish pond
  • Private parking & adjacent veg plot