Twitchen, Clunbury

£700,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
This former Cow Shed has been beautifully restored and extended by the current owners to provide two reception rooms, five bedrooms, three bathrooms two of which are en-suite, double garage and all set in approximately 2 acres of garden and paddocks with outbuildings.

Introduction

Driving down through green fields amid the vista of rolling hillsides to this former cow shed which has been restored and upgraded by the current owners to provide four/five bedrooms, three reception rooms, three bathrooms (two of which are en-suite), all this and grounds of approximately two acres.

Property Description

With far reaching views this amazing conversation has been lovingly transformed and extended by the current owner. You approach the property over a cattle grid and down a former farm track with fields and views to either side. And then you arrive at the cobbled driveway with double garage and ample visitors parking, surrounded by the cheerful well planted garden and soft fruit bushes. The open fronted oak porch is the beginning of a marvellous journey. Open the oak front door into the welcoming hallway with large coats cupboard, and further walk-in cupboard. Turn left into the open kitchen/dining room with a range of floor and wall units. There are windows to the front and side aspects and a door to rear garden. There are two cookers an oil-fired Rayburn and an alternative fitted electric oven with induction hob over, large fitted fridge, dishwasher and a dining area with space for a large table and chairs. Double glass-paned doors open into a large and airy drawing room with wood burning stove, double door access to the raised veranda and windows to two sides -rear and side aspects- offering far reaching views. On the left as you leave the kitchen is a study with a further hobbies/bedroom adjacent and opposite this is a utility room with plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer with stainless steel sink unit, oil fired boiler and range of floor mounted units. Opposite is the first of the bedrooms, being a large single with far reaching views over the rear garden and beyond. The master bedroom, with en-suite shower room is located at the far end of the hallway and has solid oak flooring and offers a seating area with wood burning stove. With windows to both the side and the front courtyard area, your early morning tea enables you to sit in bed and look over this wonderful landscape. Bedroom four shares access to the master en-suite, and bedroom two is a wonderful airy space which also has a dedicated shower en-suite, side aspect window with views and a door which leads you out onto the raised veranda.

Gardens and paddocks

The gardens and grounds are just the icing on the cake, and have been lovingly created by the current owners to provide an orchard. A quiet area of reflection to the front of the property. Beautiful beds and walkways, giving a profusion of colour to both front and rear garden. Mown paddocks and poly tunnels for growing vegetables, and for living The Good Life'. A wonderful backdrop of far-reaching fields and woodland is the framework to this amazing family home. A public footpath runs close to the paddock hedge and through the orchard gate so you can stroll out and into the fields walking to neighbouring villages in 3 different directions; a ramblers or dog walkers paradise.

Garage and Parking

There is ample visitors parking to greet those you know who will flock to visit, once you have secured this home, along with a double garage, and several outbuildings, including log and tractor store, milking parlour and pen that once housed goats.

Services

Mains electricity, both mains and private water, oil central heating, broadband (fibre-to-the-property)

Council tax band F

Agents Note

There are two public footpaths that run through the property. Facing away from the property towards the bottom of the plot, footpath one (the closest) runs along the bottom of the orchard from left to right, clearly depicted by a stile at one end (left) and a kissing gate at the other (right). Footpath two, runs directly alongside the hedge line, adjoining the stile on footpath one, down to another stile right at the bottom of the plot on the left hand-side.

Location

Twitchen is a hamlet in Shropshire, England, south of Purslow and near to Hopton Castle. The southern part of the settlement is called Three Ashes. A mile southeast of Twitchen, and half a mile from the property, is Hopton Heath with a tearoom, village shop and the small railway station on the Heart of Wales Line. 12 miles from the historic town of Ludlow. The nearest hamlet to the property being Leintwardine with village shop, surgery and gastropub and parlour inn.

The Titterhill has downhill mountain biking and walking trails.

Clunbury Village Primary school and toddler group is 5 minutes by car and minibus transport to Community College Bishops Castle can be caught at Twitchen or Hopton Heath.

Clungunford village hall is 5 minutes by car and hosts Flixs in the sticks', an amdram group, a bar and a host of other groups or you can learn to bell ring at St Cutherbert's Church or join a local village walking group.

Directions

Directions What three words:-

Trending, advantage fishnet

CONSUMER PROTECTION FROM UNFAIR TRADING REGULATIONS 2008 (CPR) We endeavour to ensure that the details contained in our brochure are correct through making detailed enquiries of the owner but they are not guaranteed. The agents have not tested any appliance, equipment, fixture, fitting or service and have not seen the title deeds to confirm tenure. All measurements are quoted to the nearest 1/10 metre. All liability in negligence of otherwise for any loss arising from the use of these particulars is hereby excluded.

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