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Cleedsmore Farm, Astbury Lane, Eardington, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16

7 bedroom detached house for sale

Main House:
Master Suite, 6 Further Bedrooms. 1 Ensuite, 32ft Sitting Room, Dining Room, Study & Utility, 28 ft Kitchen/Breakfast Room

Outside: Four Bay Garage with Office Space Above, Open Barn, Cleedsmore Coppice - 20.36 Acres of Banked, Self-Seeded Woodland, House, Drive, Gardens & Grounds 1.81 Acres, 75.34 Acres Grazing Land Split into 6 Paddocks, Total 97.51 Acres, Magnificent Views Across the Severn Valley

Cleedsmore Farm enjoys a beautiful rural setting amidst unspoilt countryside in the heart of east Shropshire. It commands far reaching views over the Severn Valley and the nearby Astbury Hall Golf Club, just south of the much sought-after market town of Bridgnorth.

Built on the grounds of the former Cleedsmore Farm which dated back to the 1800's as part of the Astbury Hall & Cleedsmore estate, which at one point extended over 250 acres. The original farmhouse was sympathetically taken down and materials were used in the careful rebuild, including timbers and sandstone.

The property is located in the settlement of Astbury, a rural community located 1.7m from the village of Eardington which has a village hall and nature reserve and 3.5 m from Bridgnorth. Set on the banks of the River Severn which divides the town in to two and originally linked by the Victorian funicular railway and the "Donkey Steps", hence High Town and Low Town, Bridgnorth was once a renowned busy fishing port. The bustling town has the Castle remnants, the ancient Cartway leading down to the Quayside, the cliffs and caves of Lavington Gardens, Severn Park and the Seven Valley Railway. Good local shopping, amenities and recreational facilities can be found plus regular Antique and local produce markets.

The larger centres of Shrewsbury and Kidderminster, also with good road and rail links to Birmingham and London, are some 25.3 and 15.7 miles away, respectively.

The area has an excellent choice of independent schools and locally there are primary and secondary state schools within a commutable distance.

The House
Cleedsmore Farm is a handsome modern farmhouse, built as recently as 2002 and with its stone façade sits well within the landscape. Occupying a prominent elevated position, the property enjoys magnificent views of the nearby Severn Valley and the property is positioned southwards to take full advantage of the stunning outlook.

The house provides excellent accommodation throughout and careful consideration has been given to modern day living. The property is approached along a long private driveway off of a country lane and terminates at a gravelled parking area with a feature turning circle.

The ground floor accommodation is approached via the welcoming reception hall with central staircase, under which are useful storage and a WC. Off of the reception hall is the dining room and the striking 32ft long sitting room with a feature brick inglenook fire place housing a Clearview stove, glazed double doors to the rear entertaining terrace and a bay window taking advantage of the glorious views to the front.

The east-wing of the property accommodates the enviable kitchen which is some 28ft long. With a large area ideal for breakfast or informal dining at one end and the kitchen with handmade units, cream AGA with side module and a central island unit, this is an excellent space for a family to enjoy. A utility room with all of the necessary plumbing for appliances, a WC and doors to the rear terrace is located to the rear of the kitchen. A private study is also accessed from the kitchen, again with a useful external door leading to the rear.

Stairs lead to a galleried landing on the first floor with accommodation which comprises the master bedroom suite with ensuite bathroom and separate dressing room, two additional bedrooms, one ensuite, an airing & linen cupboard and the family bathroom. The second floor comprises four further bedrooms and a second family bathroom.

The Gardens & Outbuildings
The property is encircled by lawns and to the rear of the property is a large entertaining terrace and a second, elevated terrace both of which are ideal for al fresco entertaining. An additional parking area is to the side of the property which is abutted by a four-bay garage with office space above. This backs on to a small open barn to the rear.

Paddocks & Woodlands
To the east and south of the house are approximately 75.34 acres of grazing land broken in to seven individual paddocks. To the north is Cleedsmore Coppice, 20.36 acres of banked, self-seeded woodland which borders Mor Brook.

Details of the sizes of the individual paddocks are shown on the associated plan however briefly comprise:
House, Drive & Grounds (1.81 acres / 0.732 ha)
Woodland (20.36 acres/ 8.238 ha)
Paddock 1 (4.89 acres / 1.98 ha)
Paddock 2 (5.81 acres / 2.353 ha)
Paddock 3 (26.44 acres / 10.701 ha)
Paddock 4 (4.19 acres / 1.897 ha)
Paddock 5 (7.16 acres / 2.898 ha)
Paddock 6 (4.68 acres / 1.895 ha)
Total Paddocks: 75.34 acres / 30.529 ha
Total: 97.51 acres / 39.46 ha

(All plans and areas shown within the confined of these sales particulars are estimates but are understood to be an accurate representation).
Riding Out
Riding out is easy in Shropshire with over 600 miles of byways and bridleways. The Jack Mytton Way, a 100 mile route which takes you through some spectacular and unspoilt Shropshire countryside passes only a few hundred yards away and is open to cyclists, horse riders and walkers alike.

Direction:
From the agent's head office in Bridgnorth take the B4555 Chelmarsh road out of Bridgnorth for 1.7m, passing through the village of Eardington. Turn right for Astbury on the road signposted unsuitable for heavy goods vehicles. Proceed over the bridge up the hill, past Astbury Hall, through sharp right hand and then a sharp left hand bend, up the hill and near the top (0.9m) you'll see a right hand drive set back with a wooden 5 bar gate and cattle grid. Open the gate and drive over the cattle grid, please close the gate behind you and then proceed along the track all the way until it splits in two. Take the right hand track and drive up to Cleedsmore Farm.

From the agent's head office in Bridgnorth take the B4555 Chelmarsh road out of Bridgnorth for 1.7m, passing through the village of Eardington. Turn right for Astbury on the road signposted unsuitable for heavy goods vehicles. Proceed over the bridge up the hill, past Astbury Hall, through sharp right hand and then a sharp left hand bend, up the hill and near the top (0.9m) you'll see a right hand drive set back with a wooden 5 bar gate and cattle grid. Open the gate and drive over the cattle grid, please close the gate behind you and then proceed along the track all the way until it splits in two. Take the right hand track and drive up to Cleedsmore Farm.

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