Stone house farm is a superb 18th century farmhouse in the hamlet of East Wall in Shropshire, just 22 miles from Ludlow. The property has a large kitchen/breakfast room to the rear, with an oil-fired Rayburn. The two principal reception rooms are to the front of the house, and have magnificent views over the gardens.
The sitting room and dining rooms are both large and spacious and the dining room has an open fire and sash windows. There is also a utility room, shower room a downstairs cloakroom on the ground floor. Upstairs a split landing leads to three bedrooms and a family bathroom, and a second staircase rises to the second floor which has two further bedrooms and a bathroom.
Throughout the farmhouse are beautiful tiled floors, wooden floorboards high ceilings and exposed beams. Outside are a fantastic range of brick and stone outbuildings, arranged in a horseshoe shape around a hard standing courtyard and offer lots of opportunities, planning permission permitting.
The house has a large south-west facing garden which is mainly laid to lawn, and to the rear of the house the gardens feature a number of fruit and mature trees and a duck pond. There are two separate paddocks attached to the property, and a long-established orchard all in around 5.5 acres.
The house lies within one of the most beautiful areas of the south Shropshire hills (in an Outstanding Area of Natural Beauty) and the nearby spa town of Church Stretton, and the market town of Much Wenlock provides all of the necessary amenities. Shrewsbury also offers great shopping and restaurants.
Road communications are excellent with the A49 linking to the A5 and the M54. For further information please telephone Strutt & Parker on 01743 284200 or visit www.struttandparker.co.uk.