Betton, Market Drayton, Shropshire, TF9 4AD | Property for sale | Savills
297.29 sq m(3,200 sq ft)
Guide price £975,000

BettonMarket Drayton, Shropshire, TF9 4AD


    Key features

    • Beautifully presented barn conversion with an indoor heated swimming pool with separate changing and wet room area.
    • The property has about 2.83 acres of land including a gated paddock which is partially planted with an orchard and a wild meadow area.
    • A steel framed outbuilding with a separate workshop next door.
    • Plenty of space for parking a number of vehicles.
    • Situated about 1 mile from the pretty village of Norton in Hales.

    A beautifully refurbished detached barn conversion with contemporary interior, an indoor swimming pool and set in about 2.83 acres with a multipurpose outbuilding measuring 3,465 square feet

    About this property

    • Betton Lodge Barn is situated in a private setting, overlooking its own gardens and grounds, surrounded by nature. Having been totally refurbished and renovated about three years ago, the property offers a real lifestyle along with a family home. The accommodation is immaculately presented and offers a mix of contemporary living, incorporated with some of the period features of a barn conversion.

      The reception hall also serves as a dining room, with oak floorboards and a feature stone wall. The living room is accessed off the reception hall and has an exposed stone wall with an inglenook fireplace and a multifuel stove. This room has a wonderful vaulted ceiling, with exposed beams, offering the feeling of space and offers in plenty of natural light.

      The Wren designed kitchen is at the heart of the home and a fabulous contemporary feature. There is a large central island with a NEFF induction hob and a Faber pop up extractor fan, plenty of units within the central island and surrounding including a pull out larder cupboard and a carousel cupboard, integrated NEFF dishwasher and a NEFF Slide and hide oven, plus a NEFF microwave with warming drawer underneath. There is a sink with a Quooker tap and a Hisense American Fridge Freezer. The open plan living kitchen also has a sitting area with a stable door providing access onto the gardens.

      There is a useful boot room with storage and a door out to decking at the side of the house, plus an additional utility room, with a sink, units and space for white goods and a door leading outside.

      The heated swimming pool is a real luxury of this property, being 1.2 metres deep throughout and currently set at a tropical 30 degrees, the current owners hire the pool out as well as use it for their own use. There is a separate changing room with a wet room shower and a separate room with a WC/cloakroom.

      The first floor landing feels lovely and light with a double guest bedroom (2), which has a velux window with electric blind, a door leading out to a balcony area with composite decking, built in wardrobes and an ensuite shower room. There is a separate family bathroom, a double bedroom (3) which is currently used as an office and the principal bedroom which has built in wardrobes, views over the gardens, and an ensuite shower room.

      Outside

      Approached through double electric gates, a long drive takes you past the steel framed outbuilding to a large gravel parking area. A gate provides access into the fabulous and stylish gardens which have a slate base, with a variety of raised planted beds, along with a contemporary pond and water feature to the side.

      The paddock and orchard extend away from the house and to the side of the parking area, where there is gated access. Within the paddock is a post and rail fence which borders the brook running along the boundary. The whole garden is stock and dog proof and offers a real lifestyle.

      To the side of the house is a brick outbuilding for garden storage along with a covered dog shower and spa area. Within the paddock is an orchard planted with a number of specimen trees, including sweet chestnut, horse chestnut, walnut trees, Victoria plum, damson, quince and medlar. There is a two metre strip running one side of the boundary which is planted with a wild flower meadow and within the hedgerow grows wild plum.

      The outbuilding is a fabulous space with steel doors and plenty of space as a workshop or stabling. There is a separate adjoining workshop with its own entrance attached to the main shed which also offers endless opportunities subject to any necessary planning consent.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    To have a swimming pool, outbuildings and a paddock at one property is simply fabulous!

    Peter DabornProperty agent

    Local information

    • Located approximately 1 mile from the pretty village of Norton in Hales which has a lovely pub & restaurant, a good primary school and a church, 2 miles from Market Drayton with its popular Wednesday Market, 5 miles from loggerheads and 12 miles from Eccleshall.
    • Betton Lodge Barn has access to a number of amenities including shops, supermarkets, pubs and restaurants.
    • The A53, which is about two miles away, provides access to Staffordshire, Cheshire and Shropshire. The M6 Junction 14 is about 17 miles away, providing access to the North and South.
    • Stafford, Stoke and Telford mainline train stations are all within a 40 minute drive offering fast connections to London, Bristol, Birmingham and Manchester. Regional airports include, East Midlands, Birmingham and Manchester.
    • Betton Lodge Barn, is surrounded by pretty countryside, offering an abundance of walking, cycling and riding opportunities along with plenty of nature and wildlife.

    Additional information

    • Services: mains water, electricity, oil central heating. Private drainage by way of a septic tank.
    • Betton Lodge Barn owns the main driveway and the neighbouring property has a right of way over it and pays 35% towards the maintenance. There are two allocated parking spaces, situated away from Betton Lodge Barn, for the neighbouring property.
    • Planning permission is in place for an oak framed porch and a triple garage with wood store.
    • Brochure prepared 2024/03 BTJ
    • Photographs 2024/03 E-House
    • Directions: Please turn down Moss Lane, do not follow Sat Nav, which takes you beyond Moss Lane.
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: F