Church Road, Newcastle On Clun
£550,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
If you want far reaching views from every angle, then this wonderful detached three bedroom family home set within two acres of garden and woodland is highly worth internal viewing.

Introduction

Beautiful views of open countryside can been seen from every window in this elevated detached 3 bedroom property in the Hamlet of Newcastle. Key features of this property include two conservatories, a wonderful farmhouse kitchen with log burner and two acres of woodland and garden. Internal viewing highly recommended.

Property description

Drive up the driveway and take the steps to the front door and enter a large and airy entrance hall, which is currently used as a study, take the door on the right into the first of two well-appointed conservatories, you can sit with a cup of tea or glass of well-earned wine and watch the amazing wildlife on the bird table. The door on the left takes you to a large and bright Master Suite, the bed is currently at an angle in the room where you can take full advantage of the most impressive views while drinking your early morning coffee. Hidden behind wonderful coloured glass doors is a very modern en-suite bathroom, recently installed to create a lovely bathroom with fully tiled walls, modern basin, corner shower unit all with a little bit of pure luxury. The stairs in the hallway lead to the first floor farmhouse kitchen/diner featuring a brick built and raised fireplace which houses a wood burning stove creating a feeling of decadence to sit with a wonderful rolling fire, warming you throughout whilst eating your meals. The kitchen has a range of floor and wall units in Café au lait colour, an integrated double electric oven along with space for a large American fridge, dishwasher, microwave and washing machine complete this kitchen/diner. A door in the kitchen leads to the patio and rear garden. The Lounge is also on the first floor, once again enabling those magnificent views over open countryside where you can enjoy a cosy night warmed by the wood burner set in a feature brick surround, with oak beam mantle and electric heaters. The family bathroom has tiled flooring and bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and W.C. There is an airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder. Bedroom two has window to front aspect, and electric heater. Bedroom three, can be turned into a further guest suite being the access to the top conservatory, and therefore would be easily adaptable to provide a relative with their own bedroom and sitting room.

Garden

The gardens are especially lovely for those of us that love wildlife. The garden has two sections, the first being a patio directly from the kitchen, rustic steps meander through the woodland to a pond with goldfish and carp where carved trees decorate the walk through the woods and wildlife can be viewed all year round. It really is a tranquil setting and the icing on the cake of this lovely home. There is lighting up both the driveway and on the patio. The garden and woodland are approximately 2 acres

Parking

The gardens are especially lovely for those of us that love wildlife. Split in to two sections, the first being a patio directly from the kitchen where rustic steps meander through the woodland to a pond with goldfish and carp, carved trees decorate the walk through the woods and wildlife can be viewed all year round. It really is a tranquil setting and the icing on the cake of this lovely home. There is lighting up both the driveway and on the patio. The garden and woodland are approximately 2 acres

Services

The property has mains electricity, water and drainage.

Council Tax band D £1926 per annum

Shropshire Council

Location

Newcastle is a village in the rural south west of Shropshire, England. It lies at the confluence of the River Clun and the Folly Brook, 3 miles west of the small town of Clun. The B4368 runs through the village, on its way between Craven Arms in Shropshire to Newtown in Powys wIth only 4 miles from the Welsh border and within half an hour of Bishop's Castle, Knighton and Ludlow. The village has a community hall,, a church and a pub The Crown Inn.

Also a primary school and a nursery (Newcastle Children's Centre),

Directions

Take A49 towards Shrewsbury, at the Craven Arms roundabout take the first exit B4368 onto the Clun Road, after approximately 8 miles take the A488 and then turn right onto the B4368, continue over the bridge and turn right Church Road, at the T junction turn right and the property will be found on the left hand-side.

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.

01432 507160

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