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£600,000

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Brook House, Newcastle, Clun, Shropshire, SY7

4 bedroom detached house for sale

A stone built four bedroom farmhouse together with traditional stone barns and more modern farm buildings, all set in about sixteen acres of pastureland, woodland and grass keep/amenity land.

Surrounded by beautiful South Shropshire countryside
Ideal for equestrian use
House benefits from oil central heating & is mostly double glazed
Potential for holiday units, subject to planning
About 6 miles from Clun and 27 miles from historic Ludlow
Provides a lovely rural lifestyle
No upward chain

The countryside around Brook House is renowned for its beauty. It is situated close to the Shropshire/Welsh borders. Brook House would suit various types of buyers. With its land and outbuildings it is eminently suitable for equestrian use or indeed to accommodate any other kind of livestock.

Subject to obtaining formal planning approval, there is also potential to convert the barns to accommodate holiday accommodation. Most of the buildings have a multi-purpose use and the farmhouse itself offers a good amount of spacious accommodation.

The house has a reception area leading to an inner hallway with an attractive wood floor. The formal sitting room has a carved wooden fireplace with a marble type surround and there are exposed ceiling timbers. There is also a second large sitting/dining room, within which there is a superb wide stone inglenook fireplace housing a wood burner. Again there is a wealth of exposed ceiling timbers.

The kitchen has ample fitted units and plenty of worktop space. Built-in appliances include a combination oven and grill, a four ring ceramic electric hob with extractor hood over, a fridge and a dishwasher. The utility room houses the central heating boiler and there is planned space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. There is also ample room for further appliances.

A rear porch gives access to a ground floor shower room, having a fully tiled shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC.

Stairs rise up to a large landing area, which has an extensive range of storage cupboards. There are three good sized double bedrooms and one single bedroom. There are built-in wardrobes in two of the bedrooms. The bathroom is well equipped with bath, wash hand basin and WC.

From the lane, the property is approached through a wide vehicular access gate, which leads on to a large concrete forecourt with ample parking for several vehicles. Attached to one side of the house is a garage/workshop, which measures about 26ft x 13ft.

The formal garden is to the rear of the property. There is a gently sloping lawn, having a feature of a small stream running below. From the garden, one can enjoy the lovely views surrounding the property. A vegetable garden is located opposite the yard entrance.

To the rear of the house are four small enclosures of pasture and grass keep. This is naturally watered by the Folly brook. To the south of the house across the lane is relatively level pastureland, which amounts to about 10.25 acres.

As well as the stone barns, there are a number of very useful more modern farm buildings. At the top side of the yard is a traditional stone barn measuring about 45ft x 18ft, which has electric power and lighting and attached is a further range of traditional stone and timber clad buildings, which provides several loose boxes and garaging.

On the lower side of the yard is a traditional stone barn, the former cow house, together with loose boxes and the former granary. This measures about 63ft x 15ft. Opposite the yard is the former Wain house, which measures about 40ft x 18ft.

The more modern buildings include a barn with overall measurements of about 74ft x 45ft, which has electric and water connected. Attached to one of the traditional barns is a steel frame building with an additional covered area and with overall measurements of about 88ft x 53ft. Within this building is an automatic water trough and a separate feeding passage. Electricity is also connected.

There is also a four bay hay barn, measuring about 60ft x 40ft and an attached four bay steel frame lambing shed, measuring about 65ft x 61ft. There is a further attached four bay steel frame cattle building, measuring about 64ft x 51ft, with feed passage and an automatic water trough. Electric is also connected to these buildings.

There are basic farm payment entitlements, which provide an income.

Tenure: Freehold.

Services: Mains electricity. Private water supply from borehole and spring. Septic tank drainage. Oil fired central heating.

Local Authority: Shropshire Council. Council Tax Band D.

Direction:
From Ludlow proceed along the A49 in a northerly direction. Carry on to Craven Arms and turn left on to the Clun road. Proceed to Clun and turn left over Clun Bridge and immediately right. Carry on to Newcastle on Clun, pass the Crown Inn and turn right towards Two Crosses and Mainstone. Carry on along the lane for about 2.5 miles and at the next junction, Brook House is straight ahead of you.

From Ludlow proceed along the A49 in a northerly direction. Carry on to Craven Arms and turn left on to the Clun road. Proceed to Clun and turn left over Clun Bridge and immediately right. Carry on to Newcastle on Clun, pass the Crown Inn and turn right towards Two Crosses and Mainstone. Carry on along the lane for about 2.5 miles and at the next junction, Brook House is straight ahead of you.

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