A beautiful home in the heart of the Shropshire's Golden Triangle, 5,676 square feet of accommodation, with private gardens and set in about 3.83 acres with woodland and paddocks
Berrington Farm is an extremely attractive Grade II curtilage listed barn conversion which dates back to 1670 and has undergone multiple extensions until the 18th century, creating a perfect six bedroom family home. It offers a wonderful space for family and entertaining whilst retaining some original character features with a modern and contemporary twist.
The entrance is a beautiful part of the home offering in plenty of natural light. The formal drawing room leads off from the entrance way with double doors, which has a multifuel stove and French doors leading outside onto the patio with great outdoor seating. Engineered oak sweeps from the drawing room through the entrance hall and into the spacious dining room.
The kitchen is at the heart of the property with its bespoke design including a large central granite island complementing the matching kicker boards and worktops. The kitchen has plenty of built-in storage along with full NEFF combination oven and four oven AGA.
The rear hallway leads to the oldest part of the house with lots of traditional exposed beams. The snug sits at this end of the home with a multifuel stove which backs onto a downstairs bedroom and a great utility with a Belfast sink.
A separate large office is at the rear of the home letting in lots of light, creating a perfect place to work from home. A cloakroom leads to the outside courtyard. The main staircase rises to the first floor where there are a further five bedrooms, one en suite and two modern family bathrooms.
The principal suite is an impressive size with lots of room in the main bedroom, original vaulted beams are exposed throughout the bedroom with lovely high ceilings. Three large built in wardrobes are in the bedroom along with lots more additional storage in the adjoining dressing room. This leads through to an en-suite with a walk-in rainfall shower.
There is also access to the courtyard from the first floor.
The courtyard has beautiful raised herb beds, climbing hydrangeas, roses and honeysuckle covering the back of the house along with an apple and plum tree in the courtyard. A
generously sized heated workshop backs onto the private courtyard.
The private gravelled driveway takes you to the entrance of the house which is enclosed by the conifer hedges that surrounds the property and keeps it very private. The drive
provides parking for ample vehicles. The front lawn provides all-year round interest and colour with a large variety of trees, evergreen and perennials including a stunning eucalyptus tree, silver birch, weeping cheery trees and hellebores.
A fenced coppice with a wood store is a wildlife haven, situated behind the front lawn. Towards the side of the house there is a paddock with beautiful views over the Wrekin, Lawley and Caradoc. Surrounding, there are cherry blossom trees in the boundary hedging creating a beautiful private
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This is the type of house you dream about.....Peter DabornProperty agent