Fine and Country

Tel: 01743 296 116


4 Barker St

Breaden Heath, Whitchurch, SY13 2LQ

Offers Over £950,000

5 Bedroom House

  • A stunning four bed detached period home
  • Separate one bed annex/holiday cottage
  • Stand alone barn with conversion potential
  • Character and charm in abundance
  • Sitting on approx. 1/4 acre plot
  • Sitting in the stunning Greddington estate
  • Stunning rural views
  • Winner of the Best Country House Award
  • Oak flooring, log burning stoves
  • Viewing highly recommended

Welcome to Wood Farmhouse an exceptional 500-year-old brick and timbered property set in the stunning Greddington Estate, surrounded by the glorious Shropshire/Welsh countryside. The property has received some well carried out renovations via the current owner, who has sympathetically assisted the flow of the house to accommodate modern living. The current owner has also dressed and improved the interior to a high standard, being featured in over forty-four national and international magazines even winning the Best Country House award. This delightful four-bed farmhouse has character and charm in abundance – from the exposed beams to oak flooring, log burning stove, and stunning views. Quirky, charming, and peaceful are some words that spring to mind. The property previously had full planning to extend the farmhouse by forty-nine per cent, this has now lapsed but could be re-applied for is you so choose. Wood Farmhouse comprises of an entrance hall, drawing room, study, stylish open plan family kitchen, family room, dining area, utility, and downstairs cloakroom. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms both with ensuite and a further two bedrooms with a family bathroom.

There is also a stand-alone cottage ‘Turtle Dove Hideaway’ (which won most amazing tiny cottage in the UK
via the Daily Telegraph) comprising of an open plan, sitting/dining room/ kitchen area along with a bathroom and a double bedroom upstairs the current owner has run this as a very successful holiday cottage and also lends itself to other multiple uses. There is also an additional barn which also previously full planning to convert into a second-holiday cottage or could be an office/studio, offering huge versatility to this already much-desired property.


4.13 x 4.29 (13'6" x 14'0")This space oozes character and charm, exposed limed beams and brickwork, lots of light, Oak flooring, painted Oak base units and dresser, light marble composite worktops and wall shelving, fabulous central island with incorporated Belfast sink and breakfast bar seating. Double Stoves oven, gas hob on top, and electric oven below set into attractive brick recess with aluminium style splashback. Space for an Integrated dishwasher and double American fridge freezer. This room has been featured in several interior magazines, and I am sure you can see why.


2.55 x 2.17 (8'4" x 7'1")Space for washing machine, dryer, and storage space also incorporates downstairs CLOAKROOM with low flush WC and granite sink worktop set into units.


4.33 x 3.62 (14'2" x 11'10")The kitchen then flows through into the open-plan thirty ft FAMILY ROOM and DINING AREA with Sisal carpet and French doors at either end opening onto the side and rear garden, the rear garden exit flows out on to an elegant decked area, perfect for alfresco dining. This is a generous space with a light, elegant, and airy feel – once again making for a fabulous entertaining area.


2.91 x 2.71 (9'6" x 8'10")


9.05 x 5.38 (29'8" x 17'7")This space has triple aspect windows allowing a light and airy feel. The exposed beams (limed Oak) are extremely pleasing to the eye, a very generous
space with a stunning brick and beamed inglenook fireplace including log burning stove. A wonderful entertaining area.


3.72 x 3.38 (12'2" x 11'1")A good size room with a window overlooking the side garden, a quiet and tranquil space, with a log burner set into a fireplace and exposed beam. Good broadband coverage.


4.48 x 3.39 (14'8" x 11'1")Upstairs is just a charming as down, the MASTER BEDROOM has a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, double aspect windows, fitted oak wardrobes, and good storage. There is also an EN SUITE including a low flush WC, vanity unit with basin, and walk-in shower and bath. This room has a lovely uplifting, chic feel.


4.58 x 3.44 (15'0" x 11'3")Is also a good size double with lots of charm, exposed limed oak beams, yet still with a bright and airy feel. There are fitted wardrobes and an enchanting EN SUITE with exposed beams, skylight, tiled floor, roll-top bath, Sheryl Wagner New York pewter sink, and crystal taps which were purchase by the owner from a
local Manor House. This is a quirky room and is the kind of space where you could quite happily soak in the tub for hours. Featured in three different magazines for its style and quirkiness


3.90 x 3.54 (12'9" x 11'7")Is another charming double overlooking a duck pond and five-hundred-year-old Oak tree, also with exposed
limed Oak beams.


4.41 x 3.92 (14'5" x 12'10")A lovely space, with a built-in single bed and exposed lime beams. This room has all the character and charm
of the previous rooms.


Low flush WC, pedestal hand basin, walk-in shower, heated towel rail, and skylight.


The gardens are delightful and are extremely private, they wrap-around the property with well-established hedging, trees and shrubs the main part is to the rear and has two fabulous decked
entertaining areas and views, this very generous sized space is peaceful, tranquil and a true haven.


Is a wonderful bespoke Oak framed and Oak cladded addition to the main house and complements Wood Farmhouse very well. The owner built this charming cottage and has been running it as a very successful holiday let and could equally lend itself to multiple uses. The property comprises of an OPEN PLAN LIVING AREA including a built-in kitchen with stone worktops and lovely seating, and dining area. Downstairs BATHROOM including a low flush WC, washstand hand basin and walk-in shower. There is an open wooden staircase that leads to a charming double bedroom with double aspect windows. There is also a pretty seating area outside and lovely views of the garden. This would also make the perfect granny annexe or a fifth bedroom and relaxation area to the main home.


The barn is approximately fifty square meters, the outside of the barn matches Turtle Dove Hideaway with its timber-clad so is very much in keeping, it also until recently had full planning to convert into a second holiday cottage. The owner had started off the process by installing a set of three bi-folding doors at one end of the barn opening out on to views of the estate, first fix electrics have also been installed. The barn offers a wide range of versatility to this already much-desired property, plans and mood boards are available.


"I love the fact that there is a tennis court at the bottom of the lane and three private schools pick up stops at the main road as I had two girls at different schools. The Cross Foxes is a must and the Chomondley Arms is fabulous both 15 minutes away. The walks from the property are amazing, you can see three counties being on the border of Shropshire, Cheshire and Wales it’s truly stunning. Thankfully we are 20 to 30 minutes from some amazing places, such as Llangollen for Sunday walks with a roast at the end and Chester for the races and meals out at the piano bar at Opera Grill and Bickerson hill walks are amazing with a lavish meal at the pheasant afterwards. It’s one of those places you will just absolutely love to live , I planned on 3 years I have stayed 10! The garden is so big you can have it as either a pony paddock a tennis court or put a full-size swimming pool in. The drive up to the house always pleases me seeing the incredible features of the oak framed end of the house welcoming me home. The lounge is fantastic for entertaining guests with the newly fitted log burner crackling in the background. The newly fitted decking to the rear of the kitchen and open plan dining, sitting and kitchen area is where I spent most of my time. I love working from home, that is where I am my happiest and I can do this very successfully. The wildlife is amazing with Canada geese nesting in the surrounding fields on their onward journey taking a rest and the fact that the surrounding landscape is completely unspoilt. Walking to the pub across the fields to Hamner is like going back in time. This has been a much-loved home, but now it's time to move on"

* These comments are the personal views of the current owner and are included as an insight
into life at the property. They have not been independently verified, should not be relied on
without verification and do not necessarily reflect the views of the agent

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