Stable Courtyard, Kinlet, Shropshire


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
A Wonderful Opportunity To Acquire A Particularly Well Situated Single Storey Two Bedroom Barn Conversion In Delightful Rural Location With Large Gardens Enjoying Magnificent Views Over Adjacent Open Farmland To The Rear.

* Reception Hall

* Through Lounge

* Breakfast Kitchen With Integral Appliances

* 15'9 Master Bedroom

* Jack & Jill Bathroom

* Potential For Extension

* 20' Garage

Reception Hall

4.29m x 1.83m (14'1 x 6'0 )

Breakfast Kitchen

4.80m x 2.62m (15'9 x 8'7 )


4.80m x 3.33m (15'9 x 10'11 )

Bedroom One

4.80m x 2.97m (15'9 x 9'9 )

Jack & Jill Bathroom

2.79m x 1.70m (max) (9'2 x 5'7 (max))

Bedroom Two

2.79m x 2.44m (9'2 x 8'0 )


6.10m x 2.77m (20'0 x 9'1 )

Stable Courtyard forms part of the redevelopment of farm buildings at Winnal Farm, completed circa 2005 to create a most desirable courtyard of sympathetically renovated properties together with the original farmhouse, lying adjacent to picturesque open countryside with panoramic views thereof.

Offering single storey living which will undoubtedly be of interest to purchasers wishing to downsize or retire to the countryside, the living space also offers considerable potential for extension if needed, subject of course to the necessary planning consent.

The property is set back from the courtyard behind a beech hedge with shaped archway over the entrance gate, which leads in to a lawned foregarden with paved patio area, and central path to the front door. Adjacent to the property are two parking spaces and a 20' garage with double wooden entrance doors and a mezzanine floor providing valuable additional storage.

The internal accommodation features exposed timbers, pitched ceilings, ledge and brace internal doors with Suffolk latches and a notably light and airy feel which is achieved by the judicious use of wide glazed external doors and French windows, whilst the breakfast kitchen, principal bedroom and lounge are all 'through' rooms.

The 14' reception hall features a flagstone floor, exposed timber framework and a pair of glazed double doors to the front elevation.

The kitchen is fitted with a range of cream wall and base cabinets with wooden floor and wooden work surfaces incorporating a contoured drainer and Belfast sink. Integrated appliances include an electric oven, hob, hood and dishwasher, whilst there is space for a breakfast table to the front, with double doors opening to the foregarden area.

Double doors open through to the lounge, featuring exposed wall timbers, decorative wooden fireplace surround with marble hearth and electric fire. To the rear a glazed door leads out to the patio terrace.

The master bedroom features a full length range of fitted wardrobes with bridging cupboards above, and a glazed door providing views over the garden and beyond. The second bedroom also features fitted wardrobes with cupboards above.

From the master bedroom, a door gives en-suite access to the 'Jack & Jill' bathroom, with alternative access door off the hall. The bathroom features a tiled floor, semi-pitched high ceiling with skylight, exposed timber framework, panelled bath, pedestal hand basin, low level wc and tiled cubicle with mixer shower.

To the rear is a large full width patio terrace giving way to a larger than expected lawned garden, approx 100' in length. The garden includes a timber shed and greenhouse, with the lawn edged by mature shrubs and a range of both ornamental and fruit trees. From the front garden a gravel pathway provides side access to the rear of the property.

An oil-fired central heating system is installed, and all windows feature wooden framed double glazing. Mains electricity and water are connected with drainage to a septic tank. Residents pay a service charge of £60 per calendar month towards the upkeep of the communal septic tank and reed bed, which has recently undergone refurbishment. As well as the upkeep of the driveway.

Tenure is freehold and council tax is payable to Shropshire Council, rated as Band C.

Kinlet is a small village and rural parish with historic royal connections predating the Domesday Book, located 6 miles north west of Bewdley at the northern fringe of the Wyre Forest in South Shropshire.

The village has a primary school, village hall and country pub (all within half a mile of the property), whilst a wider range of amenities can be found at either Cleobury Mortimer (5 miles) or Bridgnorth (9 miles).

Coincidentally, the agents are simultaneously selling a neighbouring three bedroom detached barn conversion at Winnal Court, known as 'Courtyard Cottage', thereby providing a rather unique window of opportunity for two connected households to live alongside each other, for example a family wishing to live in close proximity to elderly parents or similar.

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