Wheathill, Bridgnorth

£650,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
This delightful 8 acre small holding which is surrounded by its own grounds, sits in a rural location well away from main roads and neighbours. The property comprises of a 4 bedroom detached character home with a range of traditional stone outbuildings (with scope for redevelopment subject to the necessary consents), a further range of more modern farm buildings, delightful gardens and a spring fed pond. Accommodation briefly includes: Porch, Reception Hall, Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen / Breakfast Room, Pantry, Back Kitchen, WC, Conservatory, Large First Floor Landing with 4 Bedrooms, Dressing Room and 2 Bathrooms. Joint Agents John Amos & Co, Leominster. EPC F

Coveridge Fields Farm enjoys a wonderful rural location and is surrounded by 8 acres of its own gardens and grounds consisting of 2 paddocks (with mains water piped to both) together with a traditional range of outbuildings.

Wheathill is a rural village having the benefit of a public house. The historic town of Ludlow sits to the South West and is 8.5 miles in distance, offering a comprehensive range of facilities and is renowned for its award winning restaurants and architecture. Whilst to the North East is the popular town of Bridgnorth and the West Midlands then further on.

The location is ideal for those wanting to purchase a home well away from neighbours and would be ideal for equestrian pursuits. The whole is more fully described as follows:

Reception Porch

With doors to two elevations and a further door into

Conservatory

With tiled floor, upvc construction and partitioned off the conservatory is a gardeners cloakroom with wc and wash hand basin.

Reception Hallway

With exposed timbering and stone features.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

With 3 windows to frontage, timbered ceiling, fitted with a range of base and wall cupboards, work surfaces, sink unit, integrated Neff oven, electric hob and oil fired Rayburn Royale which is used for cooking and provides a heat source in this room, there is also plumbing for a dishwasher. Door into pantry, with window to side and extensive shelving.

Living Room

An exceptionally good size with ceiling beams, there are 3 windows to both garden and side elevation and French doors leading to garden. There is a feature wood burning stove which will assist with the hot water heating if desired and useful under stairs storage cupboard.

Dining Room

With exposed beams and dual aspect windows to courtyard side, feature fireplace with bricked features and multi fuel stove.

Back Kitchen

With tiled floor and period feature of exposed stone wall, door and windows back to frontage, range of matching base and wall cupboards, work surfaces, stainless steel sink unit, space and plumbing for washing machine

Downstairs Cloakroom

With window, tiled floor and suite of wc and wash hand basin.

Doored staircase lead off Dining Room to

Large First Floor Landing

With window overlooking garden with fantastic far reaching view

Bedroom 1

Providing a double bedroom through to an area currently used as a dressing room with high ceiling and exposed timbers. Airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder and shelves. Both rooms have windows again with fine views

Bedroom 2

Double bedroom with high ceiling and window to front with front fine views

Bedroom 3

Double bedroom, currently used as 2 singles with dual aspect windows to rear and side of the property with extensive views.

Bedroom 4

Double bedroom with dual aspect windows to side and rear of property, currently used as a home office

Bathroom 1

With window to rear and a suite of circular feature sink with vanity cupboards beneath, wc and panelled bath with shower attachment

Bathroom 2

With window to frontage and a suite of wc, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled bath with electric shower over and door into linen cupboard

Externally there is a range of traditional farm barns situated to the rear side of the main farmhouse in a courtyard setting leading to 3 redundant pig sties.

The first barn is a stone barn under a tiled roof and internally measures 8.26M 4.02M, second section 4.55m x 4.00m and a further adjoining store of approximately 4.00M x 3.29M. This barn then adjoins to a further stone faced open fronted barn measuring internally 4.35M x 12.00M and is attached to a 2 storey stone barn 15.00M x 6.00M and the final part is again stone. The Old Dairy is 5.60M x 9.00M.

Adjacent to the traditional barns there are a range of more modern agricultural outbuildings that include a steel framed Dutch barn with lean-to either side. The Dutch barn is 7.00m x 18.00m. The one lean-to has a width of 5.50m and the other lean-to has a width of 13.75m.

There is an additional four bay implement store 18.30m x 8.80m

Outside:

The property sits surrounded by 8 acres of gardens and grounds. The property is approached via a long track that leads onto a large turning circle, sitting in the middle a delightful spring fed pond with lawned gardens overlooking the same. Further gardens sit to front, side and rear and are mature and well presented with deep flowering and floral borders, Directly off the house there is a flagstone patio.

Services:

Mains electricity, mains water supply to the outbuildings whilst the house is currently served by a private water supply, private drainage, electric heating along with an oil fired Rayburn in the kitchen and wood burning stoves in both reception rooms. Windows are in the majority either double glazed or secondary glazed and telephone is to BT regulations.

Agents Notes:

1. The neighbouring farmer has a right of way over one of the fields which in turn leads to their farm stead.

2. There are 2 public footpaths but both footpaths are quite a distance away from the house

Directions

From Ludlow proceed east on the A4117 Kidderminster road, take the first turning on the left onto the B4364 Bridgnorth Road, travel though the village of Middleton, Clee Downton and as you approach Wheathill you will see on the right hand side The Three Horse Shoes Public House and turn right immediately after the pub and after a short distance take the first track on the right hand side opposite some farm buildings, follow this track for some distance bearing right where the track splits and this will lead to Coveridge Fields Farm.

Tenure:

The property is freehold

Local Authority:

Shropshire Council

To view this property:

Contact the Ludlow Office on Tel: 01584 875207 or Craven Arms Office 01588 672728

Joint Agents John Amos & Co Lion Court, Broad Street, Leominster HR6 8LE 01568 610007

For out of office enquires please phone Andrew Cadwallader on 07974 015764

Or you can email us at ludlow@samuelwood.co.uk or visit our web site at www.samuelwood.co.uk

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