An exceptional conversion of period barns to create a striking country home
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An exceptional redux of the Grade II listed barns to Clunton Farm - reimagined as beautiful country residences. Retaining charm and history whilst seamlessly blending state of the art modern efficiency; resulting in a truly enchanting place to live.
The Long House stands apart in quality and finish; the striking centuries old stone façade, opens to reveal a serene & polished interior. Historic noble materials harmonise with polished concrete, quartz & the best of modern cutting edge design. A majestic double height entrance hall leads to comfortable spacious ground floor living spaces. The bespoke staircase leads to four welcoming bedrooms & beautiful high quality bathrooms.
A picture perfect small detached building currently in shell form with water, drainage and electricity connections. Provision has been made for a variety of eventual uses, to suit the occupier. There are a wealth of possibilities from self-contained holiday annex to comprehensive home office, the potential is as wide as the buyers imagination.
The original Oak frame has been meticulously restored and clad in standing seam metal making a bold architectural statement. The South facing garden area to the rear could easily be made self-contained from the main house if desired.
Clunton is a picturesque small village nestled in the Clun Valley. Local amenities can be found in the pretty town of Clun some 2.5 miles west. For larger shopping facilities Craven Arms is 7 miles (13 mins) to the east, with the nationally renowned food and tourism town of Ludlow some 15.5 miles (24 mins) away.
The immediate locality is exceptionally well served with glorious walks in stunning Shropshire scenery. Established walking / recreation areas Bury Ditches and Clunton Coppice are all within a mile of the door. The gently babbling River Clun is a quintessentially British backdrop and completes the rural idyll. The community run Crown Inn can be found in the heart of the village, just moments from the door and is very well regarded as a food orientated local pub, specialising in quality locally sourced produce. Further afield The Sun Inn at Clun and The Hundred House in Purslow both provide good food and drink options. A main line rail station at Craven Arms provides regular trains to major terminals both North and South. Quick access links to the A49 make travel by road easy and efficient.
From Strutt & Parkers Ludlow office, head north-west on Bull Ring/B4361 towards Station Dr and continue to follow B4361. Slight left onto A49 for approx. 6.5 miles. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Clun Rd/B4368. After approx. 6.5 miles, turn right and the property can be found on the left.Read all
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