Burwarton, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16 6RS | Property for sale | Savills
345.41 sq m
Guide price £1,050,000(63,556,385 EGP)

BurwartonBridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16 6RS

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in May 2024
  • Approximately half way between Bridgnorth and Ludlow, both with a selection of boutique shops and supermarkets, including Ludlow Food Centre.
  • The area is renowned for being a popular location for visitors, walking in the Shropshire Hills and Brown Clee Hill, horse riding and cycling.
  • The A49 is approximately 12 miles away, providing access to Shrewsbury, Hereford and the south.
  • Train stations at Wolverhampton and Ludlow provide services to London the north and south.

An outstanding, architecturally designed barn conversion with out buildings and beautiful gardens, in about 1.3 acres, within the glorious south Shropshire countryside.

About this property

  • Wrickton House is a beautifully converted barn, retaining character features including exposed beams and vaulted ceilings, mixed with modern interior. Both blend beautifully together, offering a wonderful living space within a fabulous setting. The house is fitted with double glazing throughout and has been thoughtfully designed to showcase exposed brickwork, cast iron radiators and solid oak doors and window frames along with large glazed windows and doors, allowing in plenty of natural light.

    The front door opens into the reception hall which has a beautiful Welsh slate tiled floor and an arched window overlooking the pretty courtyard gardens. There is ample storage for boots and coats and a separate wet room, with fully tiled walls and floor.

    The kitchen breakfast is a unique selling point of Wrickton House and is a beautiful room with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams and two sets of French doors which open onto the gardens, offering a wonderful entertaining space. The kitchen has a number of wall and base units, bespoke solid oak worktops and Welsh slate floor tiles. There is an AGA four oven cooker with boiler and an integrated Bosch dishwasher. The utility is off the kitchen and includes a Belfast sink, an integrated Whirlpool tumble dryer and plumbing for a washing machine. There is also a wine rack and a useful pantry cupboard.

    The living room is a fabulous space and a wonderful room for family and entertaining. This impressive room has a vaulted ceiling, a contemporary style open fire place and solid wood flooring. A set of French doors lead out onto the gardens.

    The ground floor also has a family bathroom which serves bedrooms three and four, it has a wonderful oversized bath and French doors leading into the courtyard garden. Bedroom three is a double with fitted wardrobes and French doors leading onto the courtyard garden, whilst bedroom four is currently used as a gym also has doors onto the courtyard garden and fitted wardrobes.

    The study/games room is a versatile room with potential, which could also serve as part of a self-contained annexe incorporating bedrooms three and four and the family bathroom. There is a wood burning stove with a pretty tiled hearth and French doors leading to the gardens and courtyard garden. Stairs rise to the first floor and guest bedrooms four and five which share a bathroom and has a Canova Royal wash hand basin and a bath with shower over.

    From the inner hall a separate solid oak staircase and landing area, rises to the impressive principal suite, with a sleeping area and lounge area. There is exposed feature walls, exposed beams and wonderful views overlooking the surrounding countryside. There is a separate dressing room with fitted hanging rails and shelving. The large contemporary en suite bathroom is flooded with natural light through a skylight and is fitted with units, a hand basin and a shower.


    Approached via a gated drive, there is ample parking for several vehicles and direct access to a garage with a mezzanine floor and has the potential for conversion, subject to the necessary planning permissions. There are two traditional brick barns, one single height which is currently being used as storage and the other is double height and benefits from full planning permission. These barns have their own separate driveway and are a real asset to the original property with plenty of potential.

    The wonderful landscaped gardens wrap around the whole house and were professionally designed to reflect a cottage garden, with a secluded seating/BBQ area surrounded by high hedging, a well maintained kitchen garden and an orchard beyond. There are formal gardens on both sides of Wrickton House with the courtyard garden within the centre of the plot offering a relaxing and peaceful area with space for al-fresco dining.

    There is an additional smaller outbuilding in the garden, currently used for storage but could have the potential for conversion, subject to the necessary planning permission.

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For me this is the ultimate lifestyle property.

Peter DabornProperty agent

Local information

  • Situated between Ludlow and Bridgnorth, Wrickton House is nestled within the heart of the south Shropshire countryside with views towards Brown Clee Hil, the county's highest hilll. The house is surrounded by beautiful countryside of The Burwarton Estate and is one of the few privately owned houses within the estate.
  • Burwarton and Cleobury North are villages about 2 miles from Wrickton House both with a great community, convenience store and post office and pubs including the Boyne Arms and The Pheasant at Neenton. Ditton Priors is about 4 miles away and has a village shop with post office, doctors surgery and a village hall. Waitrose delivers to Cleobury North and Wrickton House.
  • There are a larger selection of shops and supermarkets in Bridgnorth, which is about 8 miles away and Ludlow, 12 miles which also has a racecourse and the well known Ludlow Food Centre.
  • Wolverhampton train station is about 22 miles away with direct links to London Euston, whilst Ludlow train station, about 12 miles provides services to Shrewsbury, Hereford and south Wales.
  • There are a number of schools in the area including Bridgnorth Endowed, rated Good by Ofsted, Brown Clee C.E Primary school, Stottesdon Primary School, Wrekin College and Old Hall, Shrewsbury School and Shrewsbury High School.

Additional information

  • Shropshire Council. Band F.
  • Services: Mains water, electricity. Private drainage. Oil central heating.
  • Photographs taken 2023
  • Details prepared: 2023/10 BTJ
  • Directions: What3words///candles.shutting.ambushed From Bridgnorth take the B4364 Ludlow road. Continue through Neenton and into Cleobury North. As you leave Cleobury North, turn left, signposted Stottesdon. After about 1.5 miles, turn left for Winterburn & Oldfield. The entrance to Wrickton House will be on your left hand side.
  • EPC Rating: E
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: F