'Valley Farmhouse' is a late 18th Century farmhouse retaining many original and quirky features and restored with the lightest touch. Set in an idyllic hidden valley in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Secluded garden and grounds extending to 3 acres full of mature trees and shrubs, picturesque hidden corners, secret places and a field of wild grasses. 1930s swimming pool with flagstone surrounds and fine greenhouse.
The house has painted beamed ceilings and original flagstone and hardwood floors throughout. Open fires and fire surrounds of architectural interest. The house flows easily from one room to the next and has an unusually open feel for its age. Old fashioned larder, pantry and cellar. Adjacent orangery is flooded with light and has double doors on two aspects. The house has a mixture of traditional English furniture, modern paintings and oriental rugs.
Six bedrooms, including attic bedroom with tongue and groove sloping ceiling. 1930s white tiled bathroom with original chrome fittings and roll top bath with claw feet.
There is also a separate open plan modern office with magnificent views of a National Trust hillside - this space is useful as a breakout space or greenroom, and benefits from it's own WC and basic kitchen facilities. Wifi access throughout.
Parking: 2x off road parking spaces. Ample free parking in the road immediately outside the property. The field can also be used for additional parking, weather permitting.
Nearest Rail: Craven Arms mainline station is just 4 miles away.