A truly rare chance to own a detached period farmhouse standing in fine grounds on the outskirts of Bridgnorth, coupled with some of the most fantastic views over open countryside to the rear. Sympathetically restored by its current owners and with a wealth of charm and character this family home is situated just off Church Lane, Tasley and enjoys an idyllic rural setting whilst offering the convenience of being only a short distance from Bridgnorth centre and its many amenities.
Kingsley Farm - being referenced in the 'Domesday Book' - features spacious and flexible accommodation over three storey's with exposed beams, trusses and retains many of its period features. The potential viewer will be greeted with an enclosed entrance porch opening to the 16ft living room with Inglenook fireplace and inset wood burner, drawing room (currently used as a double study), a fantastic dining kitchen with a host of storage which leads on to the garden room to the rear with French doors opening to sun terrace, finally to the ground floor are several steps down to the formal dining room (formerly the dairy) utility room and guest W.C.
An enclosed staircase rises from the living room to the first floor landing and accommodation which includes the master suite with large dressing room, master bedroom with superb views, en-suite shower room and a further double bedroom (measuring 16ft x 14ft) and family shower room can also be found.
The second floor has a generous landing and leads to the top floor bedroom (measuring 17ft) and also a further shower room.
The property is approached off Church Lane and access is through an existing working farm. There is an extensive parking area which can accommodate a host of vehicles and a separate detached garage . Access to the cellar is obtained via an external door. Enclosed gardens being mainly laid to lawn with large sun terrace and wonderful open views towards Astley Abbotts and beyond. Read more