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About the property

Situated just outside the pretty North Shropshire market town of Wem sits Willow Barn. This delightful property is part of a small development of barns backing onto farmland with Willow taking prime position, tucked away at the end, enabling a private, rural feel, but with all the benefits of being a five-minute drive from town. Willow Barn is believed to date from the early 1800's and was converted in 2002. The property consists of a large family sitting room, downstairs cloakroom a wonderful dining and sitting area, a fabulous kitchen, home office, four bedrooms (two with ensuite) and a family bathroom. This wonderful home has bags of character and charm with exposed beams, oak flooring, vaulted ceilings and a beautiful galleried landing which is the centre of the home, with the stunning dining/sitting area below. The property comes with a large south facing garden backing onto farmland, outdoor storage, double garage, and additional parking for at least four cars. The property is finished to a high standard and has a warm and welcoming feel.

Wem is well known for its numerous small speciality shops including old-fashioned iron mongers that sells everything, a weekly farmers' market and a supermarket; there are several churches, a variety of eateries and a choice of good pubs.The Town Hall acts as a cinema, theatre, venue for ballet and other dance lessons, modern art gallery and caf�.The town also boasts a library, bank, post office, swimming centre, fitness suite, bowls, cricket, football and tennis clubs, as well as a range of professional services: Everything a thriving local community needs. This lively market town with a strong community spirit is surrounded by a wealth of high achieving state and independent sector schools. It also has a train station offering realistic commuting distances to Crewe and onwards to London and Manchester. Shrewsbury, Shropshire's characterful county town, is a short drive or train journey with easy access to the M54. Read more