Chatwall, Cardington, Shropshire


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Grade II*, 17th Century, Five Bedrooms, Landscaped Gardens, Paddock, Two Barn Conversions, AONB, Lapsed Planning Permission for Garden Room

Situation: Chatwall Home Farm lies within one of the most beautiful valleys in the south Shropshire hills, just outside the village of Cardington with its historic church and highly regarded public house and restaurant. The area offers great riding and many fine walks. A full range of services can be found in the nearby spa town of Church Stretton where there are local services including restaurants, schools, doctor's surgeries and a railway station. A particularly scenic and sought after area of South Shropshire, the area provides a fantastic opportunity for a high standard of living. Travel links within the area are good with the A49 linking to Shrewsbury and the A5 north via Oswestry towards Chester and east via the A5/M54 to Telford, Wolverhampton and Birmingham. Church Stretton is on the main Manchester to Cardiff railway line. Regional International airports are at Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham.

Chatwall Home Farm is a fine stone Grade II* listed country house which has been beautifully restored creating the wonderful home it is today and offers modern comfort whilst retaining the original features. The property is believed to date back to the 17th century. Internally there are numerous period features including exposed beams and large Inglenook fireplaces. The accommodation, as it is used today, is as follows: on the ground floor there are four reception rooms including a drawing room and a living room both with Inglenook fireplaces. There is a dining room which benefits from a 17th century fireplace and a kitchen which is fitted with a good range of units, a central island and an Aga. An impressive oak staircase leads to the first floor landing giving access to four bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, two bathrooms and a separate WC. On the second floor there is a large family / playroom which feature original beams. There is a fifth bedroom plus a large bathroom.

In addition to the main house, there are two self-contained barn conversions with well laid out living areas providing excellent additional accommodation, both immaculately presented with two double bedrooms. Barn 2 is on a separate title but is not available for sale independently and the barn benefits from a parking area and garden with lapsed planning permission for the addition of a garden room to the rear.

All set within approximately 0.5 acres of well-manicured gardens within the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. In total, the plot is approximately 1.43 acres.

Directions: From Shrewsbury, take the A49 south through the villages of Bayston Hill and Dorrington to Leebotwood. In Leebotwood, turn left signposted to Cardington. At the T-junction, turn right and continue up the hill following signs for Cardington. Continue along this road until the crossroads and turn left, signed to Enchmarsh and Chatwall. Continue along this road until you see a sign pointing right to Cardington and Longville. The property can be found immediately on the left.Acreage:1.43

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