This truly stunning and attractive, 4 bedroomed detached house was designed and built in 1905 by the renowned local Architect Frank Shayler, originally for his own occupation. Frank Shayler worked in the Arts and Crafts industry and The Beam House is a prime example of the style he enjoyed. The Beam House incorporates numerous high quality and innovative features whilst providing extremely spacious, comfortable family accommodation designed to take full advantage of the stunning scenery and outlooks across the Stretton Valley. The accommodation is set over 4 floors and is extremely well presented throughout briefly comprising : entrance hall, snug, lounge, stunning kitchen, utility room, conservatory, study, sitting room, laundry room, master bedroom with shower room en suite, 3 further bedrooms, a shower room and bathroom. Extremely well designed and presented gardens. Off street parking and a garage. The property also benefits from oil-fired central heating and double glazing.
The property occupies an elevated position in Madeira Walk which is one of the most sought after and attractive roads in Church Stretton, approx. a mile from the centre of Church Stretton with enviable views across the Stretton Valley towards the Caradoc and Ragleth Hills, with delightful walks immediately in hand in the nearby Carding Mill Valley. Church Stretton is situated approx. 13 miles south of Shrewsbury and is also well placed for access to Much Wenlock, Ludlow, Craven Arms and Bishops Castle. The excellent local amenities including Primary and Secondary Schools, a selection of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants, a regular rail service and the surrounding hills and countryside provide a wonderful opportunity for recreational pursuits. Read more