The farm is located at the foot of Pontesford Hill, which is a nature reserve, perfect for walking and cycling. The village of Pontesbury benefits from a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants to enjoy. The area has easy access onto the national cycle route and an array of countryside walks. For the golfer, the local club is a short drive away and in easy reach of Hawkstone Park. Visit National Trust’s Attingham Park or Powis Castle. Church Stretton and Shrewsbury are also short drive offering shops, pubs and restaurants. Walk the Long Mynd, go paragliding or just enjoy the town in Church Stretton. Mediaeval Shrewsbury is located within a loop of the River Severn and renowned for its castle, timber framed buildings, theatre, eateries and events.
The property is on the owner’s farm though privacy is assured. When entering the property on the ground level you will find the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner with high ceiling, feature fireplace and period shutters. If you decide to eat in, the kitchen is well-equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge, it is a lovely space to be in to rustle up a meal, even the washing up is a pleasure with views over the garden from the sink. The dining table is perfectly positioned by the window to with views over the garden whilst you eat your meal and plan your holiday. Relax on the sofa, lose yourself in a good book, watch a film on the Smart TV and put on the wood burner effect electric fire on for cosy nights in. On the first floor is the fabulous bedroom with exposed beams, double bed, dressing area, triple aspect windows and en-suite shower room and WC.
Outside there are a few places to relax and enjoy the weather, with the grassed area with table and chairs and BBQ, the gravelled area at the front with seating, the patio with sun loungers under the lime tree and the lawn area by the stream. There is private off-road parking at the property for two cars, and if you are bringing your bike there is a lockable store.