A SUBSTANTIAL MID 19th CENTURY DETACHED HOUSE SET WITHIN OVER 7 ACRES.
Set within a tranquil semi rural setting, a beautiful farm house within grounds of 7 + ACRES having scope for equestrian or livestock usage. Part of the farm house also contains two self-contained units used as holiday accommodation & Studio/Office/Workshop (with potential to convert to a 3rd self contained unit – subject to consent).
Porch, Living Room, Kitchen, Dining Area, Utility Room, Downstairs Shower Room, Sitting Room, 4 Double Bedrooms, Master Suite with balcony and En-Suite Shower/WC, Family Bathroom/WC, 2 Self Contained Holiday Units, Ancillary Building, Further Outbuildings, Over 7 acres including paddock, woodland, cider orchard and gardens, Energy Rating: D.
Living Room (19' 0'' x 17' 10'' - 5.78m x 5.44m)
Sitting Room (15' 2'' x 9' 11'' - 4.63m x 3.0.m)
Dining Room (12' 8'' x 10' 5'' - 3.87m x 3.17m)
Kitchen (12' 8'' x 9' 7'' - 3.85m x 2.91m)
Annexe/Apartment 1 (11' 4'' x 14' 0'' - 3.45m x 4.27m)
Annexe/Apartment 2 Living Area (13' 6'' x 11' 0'' - 4.11m x 3.35m)
Annexe/Apartment 2 Bedroom (8' 7'' x 11' 0'' - 2.62m x 3.35m)
Bedroom 1 (18' 10'' x 9' 11'' - 5.73m x 3.03m)
Bedroom 2 (12' 8'' x 10' 5'' - 3.87m x 3.17m)
Bedroom 3 (12' 8'' x 11' 3'' - 3.87m x 3.42m)
Bedroom 4 (12' 8'' x 9' 7'' - 3.85m x 2.91m)
The property is approximately half-mile from Broseley centre and Ironbridge. Broseley is a small town set with a bustling High Street. Ironbridge with the world’s first Iron Bridge and museums is a magnet for tourists. The private drive gives privacy and yet is close to all amenities. Telford station and the M54 motorway are a few miles away providing commuters with access to Shrewsbury and the West Midlands.
The farmhouse (circa 1800) has been updated and extended while still retaining the character. Improvements over the last 15 years include: re-roofing, re-wiring, extensive insulation, hardwood double glazing, en-site, balcony and 2 new annexes/apartments.
Ground floor (main farmhouse)
Accommodation is accessed via front porch or utility room. The kitchen and dining area have been updated while maintaining the essential farmhouse character by use of tile, brick and stone window sills and solid wood units. The original fireplace provides a focal point.
The inner hallway has original tiles and leads to the living room and ground floor shower room. The shower room has a white suite comprising shower, wc and wash hand basin, tiled flooring, part tiled walls, feature recess and storage.
The living room has a beautiful wood burning stove in a feature brick fireplace with oak beam above, solid oak flooring, staircase ascending to the first floor and door to the porch. The recess and window sill add to the beauty of this room.
The sitting room leads from the living room and has a lovely brick chimney breast, limestone flagstones which lead the eye to the french doors and gardens. A wall of bespoke wooden doors provide extensive storage.