Hills Barns, Peatswood, Market Drayton, Shropshire, TF9 2PA | Property for sale | Savills
2,869 sq ft(266.54 sq m)
Guide price £845,000(€985,436)

Hills BarnsPeatswood, Market Drayton, Shropshire, TF9 2PA

    Key features

    • A beautifully appointed Grade II listed barn conversion with a modern twist.
    • Situated in a rural setting with direct access onto footpaths and woodland walks.
    • Approximately 1 mile from Market Drayton, 12 miles from Newport and 20 miles from Shrewsbury.
    • Newport has some well regarded schools including Haberdashers Adams and Newport Girls School.
    • Set in approximately 1.06 acres of gardens with a private drive and parking area.

    An immaculately presented Grade II listed Barn conversion, with private driveway and parking, set in about 1 acre.

    About this property

    • The Round House is a wonderful example of a Grade II listed Barn conversion, incorporating the original milling area where the horse went around. Converted in 2008, this house is immaculately presented with high vaulted ceilings, plenty of natural light and original beams. The wow factor is the open plan kitchen living area which has been designed around the circular shape, utilising the space and incorporating the character of the barn and offering a wonderful space for family and entertaining. The ground floor has underfloor heating throughout and there are four roof lights in the ceiling above the kitchen.

      The kitchen has a number of fitted units in a contemporary design, with tiled flooring and a 13 foot central island. As soon as you walk in you are instantly met with the feeling of space and light and the original feature beams. All of the appliances are NEFF including integrated dishwasher, fridge, induction hob and two fitted NEFF ovens, a microwave, warming drawer and a coffee machine, all of which are built into one separate unit. There is a separate pantry and a separate utility room, with a WC off, fitted units and a sink.

      The dining room looks out over the gardens and has bi-fold doors opening onto the patio offering a fabulous space for entertaining. There is a separate sitting room and a formal drawing room with engineered oak flooring, a log burner and bi-fold doors also leading to the patio and gardens. The study is accessed off the drawing room.

      On the first floor is an airing cupboard with fitted shelving, three double bedrooms, two with built in wardrobes and a separate family bathroom which has a bath with a shower over. The principal bedroom offers a wonderful space with a vaulted ceiling, two built in wardrobes and an en-suite shower room with a heated towel rail.


      The Round House is situated in a complex with two other barns, a farmhouse and coach house. All have access over the main lane whilst The Round House has it's own driveway, with an electric gate, and a parking area to the back of the house.

      There is a patio area which extends from the back and around the side of the house with raised beds, a seating area and two fixed gazebos. The lawn extends from the back of the house and runs along the side of the private drive with steps leading up to a pathway, leading to a mower shed and workshop and a further garden shed. There are planted borders and several silver birch trees.

      A gravel path provides access into the secondary garden, which is mostly laid to lawn with an orchard of apples, pears, cherries and Medlars. A fenced area has raised beds for vegetables and fruit, including blueberries, raspberries and strawberries. There is a cedar greenhouse and compost bins. The summerhouse provides a wonderful area to sit and admire the gardens, whilst a bench with a hedged shelter belt provides wonderful views over the open countryside beyond. In all the property sits in just over an acre.

      The Round House has it's own separate garage and there is direct access onto a public footpath offering a 1.5 mile walk which also leads onto the Newcastle Way.

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    This is such an interesting Barn conversion and the most amazing open plan living kitchen!

    Peter DabornProperty agent

    Local information

    • Situated in a peaceful and rural location of Peatswood, The Round House is close to the nearby towns of Newport, with its highly regards schools including Adams Grammar, Castle House and the Girls High School along with Harper Adams university, good shops and amenities.
    • The historic Market Drayton locally also offers a wide range of facilities. Shrewsbury, Stafford and Telford are easy driving distance with good road access for commuting to Manchester and Birmingham via the M6.
    • The excellent rail service from Crewe and Stafford enable easy travel to London and Manchester, while regional international airports include Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool.

    Additional information

    • Mains electricity, private water (borehole) private drainage (Klargester digester & reed bed), oil central heating. Grade II Listed.
    • The main access lane is owned by Peatswood Farm who retain a right of way and therefore pay for the upkeep of the lane.
    • All of the barns share the sewage and water (borehole), and there is a main pump room in an outbuilding. There is a sinking fund to manage this between the residents.
    • Directions: Sat Nav will NOT take you to the postcode. Please use What3Words which will take you to the top of the lane- ///skim.nitrogen.interval
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: F