Savills | The Barns of Litley, Chorley, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16 6PP | Property for sale
1,949 sq ft(181.07 sq m)
Guide price £699,999

The Barns of LitleyChorley, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16 6PP

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in March 2022
  • Tucked away in a rural location but within proximity of the village of Chorley
  • High end designed conversion of previous RAF building offering contemporary living and bringing the outside in
  • High speed fibre broadband and air source zoned underfloor heating
  • Open plan living offering in lots of natural light with views of open fields and woodland
  • Paddock and grounds extending to about 2.7 acres with a separate double garage

An exciting opportunity to live in a unique and contemporary conversion offering a fabulous lifestyle.

About this property

  • Originally RAF buildings dating back to the Second World War, Blakemore has been sympathetically and creatively designed by a RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) architect, to create a sophisticated and contemporary living space suitable for a family or those looking for a lifestyle property offering space and natural light. Surrounded by nature and green space, Blakemore has been designed to include all ‘mod cons' whilst being mindful of the environment.

    The external timbers are Siberian larch and to maintain the fundamental character of the building, original windows have been restored for decorative use only, along with steel guttering and down pipes. Blakemore provides modern day living with fibre broadband connected, zonal underfloor heating throughout the property provided by an eco-friendly air source and a water treatment plant.

    The front door opens into a welcoming entrance hall laid with engineered oak flooring which continues throughout the bedrooms. The hall offers a cloak cupboard, plant room housing the under floor heating system and WC.

    The stunning, open plan living area enjoys an abundance of natural light with three sets of sliding doors to two aspects, a contemporary Morso fire with a glass guillotine door, Large Porcelain floor tiles imported from Spain and exposed original roof trusses with bespoke mirrors. The kitchen is fully equipped with a range of fitted cupboards and units with quartz work surfaces, an island with inset sink, a range of Samsung appliances including a double oven and grill, microwave with warming draw and induction hob with extractor above. Other integrated appliances include the dishwasher, drinks cooler, fridge and freezer. The utility room is finished to an exacting standard with further fitted units and storage space.

    The four bedrooms flow well with oversized, sliding doors and vaulted ceilings. The principal bedroom spans the width of the property enjoying a dual aspect and an ensuite with a bath and separate shower. There is a further family bathroom with twin vanity sinks, a bath and separate shower.

    Blakemore is approached via a graveled driveway to a spacious private parking area which has a detached double garage with remote control roller shutter doors. A tree lined graveled path leads to the paddock.

    The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with planted borders. The full width, timber terrace enjoys all day sun overlooking the fields and woodland beyond. The terrace runs along the side of the house and can be accessed by all doors in the living area making this an ideal home for entertaining and alfresco dining.
    Part of the garden may be used as a paddock for a livestock with a brook running along the boundary.


    Brochure prepared July 2021
    Photographs taken 2020

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I love the style of Blakemore and the fact it brings the outside in. It is beautifully designed!

Beccy Theodore-JonesProperty agent

Local information

  • Blakemore is situated in an idyllic rural location, nestled within the Worcestershire and Shropshire countryside within about 7 miles of Bridgnorth, 9 miles of Bewdley, 12 miles of Kidderminster and 15 miles of Ludlow.
  • Bridgnorth provides excellent local amenities including a range of independent shops, supermarkets including M&S, delicatessens, butchers, cafes and public houses. The town is famed for the oldest and steepest inland funicular railway which has been operating since 1892 and links the high and low towns. Ludlow is famed for its vibrant festivals, attractive buildings and racecourse.
  • The larger centres of Shrewsbury to the north and Birmingham to the east provide a wider variety of shopping facilities and cultural events. Excellent schooling is available nearby including Malvern College, Kinlet C of E Primary School, Wolverhampton Girls School, The Bewdley School, Bridgnorth Endowed School, Concord College and King's Worcester.
  • Birmingham New Street Station provides fast and regular trains to London Euston in one hour and twenty minutes and further services are available from Worcester Parkway or Kidderminster. Birmingham International provides both air and rail links.

Additional information

  • Directions: Leave Bridgnorth on the B4363 in the direction of Billingsley. Just prior to reaching the village of Billingsley take the right hand turn signposted Chorley and Stottesdon. Continue past the turning to Chorley, taking the left hand turn signposted Baginswood. Follow the road to the bottom of the dip and continue up the hill a short distance until reaching the barns on the right-hand side, just before the property.
  • EPC Rating = D
  • Tenure = Freehold