The property The Old Barn is an exquisite converted threshing barn with glorious countryside views. Located in the popular Shropshire hamlet of Maesbrook this majestic and gracious home has flexible accommodation and the benefit of a charming walled cottage style garden and garage. The house has been sympathetically converted to a high specification and beautifully presented throughout with feature exposed beams, latch doors and tiled, travertine and oak floors.
This detached converted barn was originally the threshing barn for Llwyntidmon Mill and has a warm and welcoming stone and brick façade with a wide central archway archetypal of a barn conversion. A home of immense space and character, it retains wonderful rustic period details with exposed beams as well as latched doors and attractive windows. Approached via a sweeping gravel driveway with views to then garden to the left and pasture to the right with access to the garage and stabling as well as the far paddock and parking to the side of the house. The wide archway has a double oak front door opening to a striking double height central reception hallway with full height windows looking into the rear courtyard. Doors radiate off to the dining room to the left which in turn opens to the vaulted breakfast kitchen. The well designed country kitchen is fitted with beech cupboards, central island, inset sink, wooden surfaces and electric Esse cooker as well as having space for free standing appliances. The family room maximises the sunny aspect of this property with a glazed wall, access to the terrace and garden beyond as well as feature beams and a wood burner this is a charming sitting room for all seasons. To the right of the hallway is the study with the drawing room beyond. This graceful, dual aspect reception room features a contemporary gas fireplace and oak floors.
To the ground floor and facing either side of the inner courtyard are two large bedroom suites. To the left of the courtyard bedroom suite two has windows to the courtyard and rear as well as bespoke oak wardrobes and a wet room. To the right of the courtyard the principle bedroom is part vaulted with a dressing area complete with bespoke oak cabinetry and a large ensuite with wet room style central shower, Laufen bath and aqua plasma TV. Opening from the courtyard and main house this could make a useful and private annexe.
The utility/boot room, cloakroom and W.C completes the downstairs accommodation. An attractive, wide oak staircase leads from the hall to a well-lit landing off which lead three bedrooms. The far right bedroom has a feature window from where the rural views, across to the stables, can be enjoyed as well as an en suite shower room. There are two further double bedrooms both with rural views. All bedrooms benefit from fitted wardrobe space. The first floor accommodation is complemented by a light, well fitted bathroom.
This property has 7.68 acres of land.