Sitting in one of Shropshire's most sought-after hamlets is the delightful Castle Hill Barn. The property is one of three converted barns, all with their own unique appeal. This Grade II Listed. L shaped property dates to the early 19th Century and used to serve the original farmhouse. In 2009 the barn was beautifully converted into this exceptional home. This half-timbered, part sandstone barn has character and charm in abundance with a very appealing modern twist. The quirky property boasts a fabulous kitchen, three very generous sized ensuite bedrooms all with exposed beams and brickwork on the first floor, with a further two, which share a Jack and Jill bathroom on the ground level, three large reception rooms, a home office, a good size south facing garden, with stunning views over the Shropshire countryside. The front garden is bordered with a sandstone wall and has a pretty timber-framed triple garage, with versatile room above. The idyllic setting and wooded valleys all assist in making this property rather special and the most wonderful family home.
Situated between the county town of Shrewsbury and the pretty market town of Oswestry, Castle Hill Barn is in a prime location. The quaint village of West Felton is just under two miles away with its shop, post office and pub. There are excellent state and independent schools on the doorstep, with the nearby A5 providing good north/south connections and there are train links from Shrewsbury and Gobowen to Birmingham and London.
There are two golf courses within 3 miles. The local countryside is regarded by many as the most scenic part of the county with delightful country walks, equestrian and other country pursuits all being available nearby. Read more