To Let POA
Live and work in one of the finest landscapes in the country
Published July 23rd, 2014
A rare opportunity to acquire an attractive country home with modern, spacious accommodation and paddock land has arisen with the sale of Juckes Barn at East Wall, Much Wenlock in Shropshire.
The five bedroom property situated between Church Stretton and much Wenlock in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Beauty is on the market with Berrys with a guide price of £525,000.
Set in a peaceful location, Juckes Barn has a large garden with hedge borders, flowers and vegetable plot, adjacent level paddock (approximately 2.3 acres) and private woodland (approximately 2.7 acres) totalling around five acres.
“We are delighted to be able to offer Juckes Barn for sale,” said Philip Robinson, agency manager at the Shrewsbury office of Berrys.
“It is set in one of finest landscapes in the country and has well maintained, flexible accommodation for family living along with a study for home working or hobbies and paddock land to keep a horse or other animals if desired.
“There are good schools and shops in the vicinity, pubs and restaurants nearby to eat out in and plenty of leisure activities such as riding, walking, archery, golf and gliding to keep the whole family occupied,” he said.
The living accommodation briefly comprises: Side entrance with stable door to internal porch; utility room with space for cooker, fridge, freezer, boots and coats; cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin; kitchen with base units, stainless steel sink and drainer and windows on two sides giving great natural light. The adjacent, large living room, can be accessed from the front door and enclosed porch and has log burning stove and French doors to the garden.
Further French doors lead to the sizeable study which in turn has French doors to the garden and doors to the rear sitting room and laundry room, both of which have access to the yard and gardens.
Stairs from lounge lead to the first floor which has five bedrooms, the main one with French doors with Juliet Balcony overlooking the paddock; two bathrooms and a separate cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin.
The property has part Calor gas under floor heating, part oil fired central heating, private water, septic tank and mains electricity.
The house faces south and has ample parking to the front and rear, a wood shed and tool shed, lawn with herbaceous borders and established raised vegetable beds.
The paddock adjoins the lawn and has access to the private woodland at the far end, via a five bar metal gate.
Viewing is highly recommended by appointment through the agents Berrys, telephone 01743 271697 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.