Forton, on the Staffordshire / Shropshire border
A three bedroom barn conversion with stables in Forton, near Newport, Shropshire
Seller: Bill Kenning
Phone: 01952 813044
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A three bedroom, sympathetically renovated barn conversion with a newly renovated stone / brick stables and an acre and a half of land, located in the rural village of Forton on the Staffordshire / Shropshire border, near Newport and with good motorway links nearby
Price reduced to £499,995
Pitchin' Eye Barn, Forton Court, Forton, Staffordshire, TF10 8BY
Superb sympathetically renovated barn conversion set in the village of Forton, two miles from Newport, Shropshire and located close to the motorway network M54 and M6.
The property comprises the very high specification converted barn and a newly renovated stone / brick stables / barns in four sections with new tiled roof of approximately 1000 square foot.
These are set in a third of an acre garden with the added benefit of an additional one acre paddock with direct access to and from the stables.
The total plot is approx one and a half acres with superb open views over Aquelate Estate and surrounding countryside.
dimensions are approximate.
The ground floor comprises:
Lounge (20' x 20') with orginal wooden beams
Hall with cloakroom and dowstairs toilet
Fully fitted kitchen / diner (15' x 12') including built in fridge / freezer, dishwasher, electric hob and oven and microwave
Separate utility room ( 9' x 12') with plumbed in facilities, enclosed oil combination boiler and storage cupboards
Separate dining room (16' x 12')
Master bedroom / sitting room with its own en-suite facilities and double walk in wardrobe. All original vertical and horizontal beams kept as a feature
Guest double bedroom (18' x 12') with its own en-suite facilities
Third double bedroom (15' x 12')
Large luxury fully tiled family bathroom with shower over bath and screen.
There is a single brick built garage
with the property.
The property is freehold and was renovated in 2001 and has an NHBC with two and a half years left. All original features kept where possible including pitchin' eyes hence the name