Clun, Craven Arms
£575,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Nestled into a former Quarry, this tastefully and elegantly presented four bedroom two bathroom family home, , has state of the art air heat source pump and solar panels. Its far reaching views are breathtaking and the current owners have made this exquisite family home, beautiful both inside and out. Internal viewing is highly recommended

Introduction

Nestled into the former quarry bank, this beautiful elevated Eco friendly detached 4 bedroom 2 bathroom property has been refurbished by the current owners, to both inside and out, and offers versatile accommodation as well as far reaching views. Close to the village of Clun and its services including a Primary School, GP medical centre, independent shops, cafes and public houses. This spacious and beautifully light-filled property hugs you as you walk through the door and the ever-changing seasons can be seen and enjoyed whilst sipping a chilled glass of wine, or cup of tea, on the raised stone-flagged and decked area to the front of the property.

Property Description

There are three main entrances but, like every good country house, most people enter through the rear door and straight into a home office or hobbies room. This large and high-ceilinged room has a white Norwegian style tiled floor and a wealth of bespoke storage cupboards. The utility room is accessed from the studio/hobbies room and features a deep Belfast sink with tiled splash back, cloaks area and fitted floor and wall units. A door leads to the adjoining guest WC/cloakroom. The kitchen dining room is a beautiful room with a full-length window and vaulted ceiling extension directly overlooking the Shropshire hills and garden. This is a really wonderful room to spend lazy evenings with friends while watching the sunset over the far reaching countryside. The bespoke kitchen is fitted with whisper grey wall and floor cupboards and a central kitchen island all with marbled granite to the work surfaces. The double inset sink with hospital style mixer taps is situated in front of a large picture window making washing up a pleasure. Plenty of deep drawers and cupboard space, ample work surfaces, a separate large and shelved walk-in pantry and an open plan layout flooded with natural light make this a chef s kitchen as well as a wonderful place for entertaining. There is space for a range cooker (which could be bought by separate negotiation) and a modern overhead extractor hood. A door from the dining area leads out onto an elevated stone flagged balcony providing a seating area for breakfast, morning coffee or post dinner drinks whilst breathing in the panoramic views. A curved and rounded door from the kitchen leads to a light and airy sitting room featuring a fireplace fitted with a wood burning stove and built in book shelves adorning one wall. Inset lighting and picture windows and doors leading to the raised balcony, this home is difficult to describe without using a dictionary full of superlatives and adjectives. The oak beams that criss-cross across the ceiling enhance the country feel. To the rear of the sitting room is a quiet area for reflection. A further arched oak door hides the staircase to the first floor where the spacious landing with minstrel galley meets you at the top of the stairs. Further shelves are fitted into the wall alongside the staircase. All four double bedrooms and the family bathroom look out directly onto the garden and surrounding Shropshire hills and countryside, providing all rooms with wonderful views and natural light. The master bedroom and bedroom four have sliding doors leading out onto the second elevated balcony, making the most of the unforgettable views across the treetops and hills. The principal master bedroom is a large room with a modern en-suite shower room comprising a good-sized shower, vanity unit and W.C. Fitted wardrobes with mirrored doors add to the sense of light and space in this room. Bedroom four is currently used as an office, and what a wonderful place to work whilst looking out at the scenery. The family bathroom has a modern bath with shower, wall hung vanity unit, WC and tiled flooring and walls.

Garden

The garden of this beautiful house is the icing on the cake. The landscaping has been done to the highest standard and everywhere you look there is something else to see, from the stone steps that lead you to the front door to the path that meanders through the manicured lawns. The beds and borders are full of colour and like the open countryside change with the seasons. The current owners have loved living in this house and have created a wonderful Eco house for the next owner to enjoy. The raised stone and wooden decking ground floor balcony which extends across the front of the property offers secluded seating areas as well as open views. There is also a covered and gravelled area to the left of the building for those rainy days when it is too warm to sit inside or when you simply can t bear to leave the outdoors and prefer to sit outside enjoying the scenes and birdsong.

Outbuildings

The cellar to the left of the property stays cool all year as it is built into the former quarry bank. It provides useful storage as well as accommodating the pipework, hot water tank, meters and supporting systems for the air source heat pump and solar panels.

Parking

The property has its own surfaced parking for two vehicles to the front of the property. Additional parking space is available on the nearby layby directly off the lane.

Services

Services

The property has the benefit of recently installed photovoltaic solar panels and an air source heat pump which provides central heating and hot water throughout the accommodation. Mains water and electricity are connected and the property has its own septic tank.

Council Tax: E

Tenure: Freehold

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Cobb Amos

14 King Street, Hereford, Herefordshire

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