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2 Frodesley House Farm Barns,
Frodesley, Dorrington, Shrewsbury, SY5 7HD

4 Bedroom Barn Conversion - FREEHOLD

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Property Description

Property Features

  • A Beautiful Grade II Listed Barn Conversion
  • Farmhouse Style Kitchen Diner
  • Stunning Dining Room
  • Cosy Lounge with Wood burning Stove
  • Four Bedrooms with Two En-Suite Shower Rooms
  • Good Size Garden
  • Potential to Create Further Accommodation
  • Courtyard Setting
  • Garage and Private Parking

The Property

Set in the stunning South Shropshire countryside you will find 2 Frodesley House Farm Barns, a beautiful Grade II listed barn conversion, packed full of charm and character. A graveled driveway providing ample parking greets you upon your arrival, as you step out of the car you will immediately notice the tranquil surroundings, while you cast your eyes over the intricate brickwork before you. A stable door beckons you into the farmhouse style kitchen diner. Fitted with a range of matching wooden wall and base units, exposed brickwork and a tiled floor add character, the kitchen really is the hub of the home and is sure to be somewhere you will spend a lot of time with your family. Off the kitchen you will find the utility room, enabling you to keep some of the household chores out of sight, it also doubles up as a great bedroom for the dogs as it has a door straight to the garden. From the kitchen a hallway takes you past the cloakroom, which has a WC and washbasin, and onto the lounge. This is the place to be when you really want to relax, warm and homely with a great view out to the garden. If this room doesn't make you want to pull up an armchair, grab a good book and settle down in front of the fire then nowhere will. For those occasions when relaxing is the last thing on your mind and you feel like entertaining, this next room is a real showstopper to impress your guests with. The dining room could come straight from a Hollywood movie, with high vaulted ceilings, imposing roof timbers, exposed brickwork and a wall of windows to allow in lots of natural light, there is more than enough space for all of your friends and family. Located off the dining room is the ground floor bedroom, complete with an en-suite shower room, this is the perfect guest suite, especially for someone with mobility difficulty.

The first floor is accessed via a wooden staircase rising from the dining room to the landing, which has two built in cupboards for extra storage. The are three good sized bedrooms on the first floor, the two principle rooms both have lovely views to the rear, with the master having the benefit of an en-suite shower room. Completing the first floor accommodation is the family bathroom. The bathroom continues the theme of this property, it is spacious, light and airy, yet has a touch of character and luxury, as highlighted by the roll top bath and walk-in shower cubicle. The final stop on our tour of the building is the garage, very useful as you would expect, it has power, lighting and a cold water tap, but there is a more to it than first meets the eye. It has a high vaulted ceiling which extends above the ground floor bedroom and en-suite, with a little imagination and the necessary planning permissions, there is most definitely scope here for further accommodation should you want it.

Not to be overshadowed by the fabulous accommodation, the gardens too are a real feature of this home. Private, secure and backing onto open countryside, you will be able to carve out your own slice of 'the good life'. Already in place are the chicken run and raised vegetable beds, both essential for country living. There is a level lawn for the children to run around and a graveled, brick lined path to lead you from one end to the other. A flagstone patio sits directly off the utility room and lounge as is perfect for barbecue season, although this a garden you will enjoy all year round.

The Location

9 miles south of the county town Shrewsbury, is a tiny village called Frodesley. Frodesley is a small village but a beautiful one, situated partly in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding natural beauty, this village had a population of around 256 in the 2011 census. Predominantly an agricultural area of livestock and some arable, you will only be 2 miles away from the village of Longnor, where there is an excellent primary school, and 5 miles from Dorrington, which has a more comprehensive range of amenities.

Benefitting from an excellent blend of community spirit, country living and convenient commuting links onto the A49, Dorrington is fittingly situated 7 miles south from the county town of Shrewsbury. The village boasts of the popular Horseshoes’ Bar & Restaurant and ‘The Old Hall’ Persian Restaurant both located in the centre. There is a recommended primary school and nursery, a school bus which travels to the nearby Church Stretton High School. There is also a recently built village hall which holds an abundance of social events and clubs for all ages throughout the year. The village hall also has the benefit of a daily doctors’ surgery. Dorrington has a local convenience store, a well renowned family butchers, post office, church and church group, recreational sports/playing fields, bowling green, a childrens’ play ground and a network of daily bus routes in and around the surrounding area. For golf enthusiasts the village is conveniently located less than 2.5 miles from the Shrewsbury Golf Course in Condover and 5 miles from the Municipal Golf Course. There is also a challenging golf course in nearby Church Stretton.

Shrewsbury, the birth place of Charles Darwin, is a vibrant and lively town with a very cosmopolitan yet traditional atmosphere. The town’s 660 listed buildings are complimented by a host of trendy and sophisticated bars and restaurants, the medieval streets do however still retain many classic public houses and dining establishments. Built on the River Severn the town hosts the annual Shrewsbury Flower Show which is one of the largest and oldest horticultural shows in the country attracting over 100,000 visitors. Home to 4 shopping centres, 2 significant retail parks and countless independent retailers the town is an excellent place to enjoy some retail therapy. If you prefer to spend your time soaking up a little more culture the Theatre Severn provides many varied productions and entertainment, or perhaps a visit to the Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery or Shrewsbury Castle would be more fitting. Other places of note are ‘The Quarry’ a 29 acre riverside park, the largely unchanged Medieval Market place, Shrewsbury Abbey, the 9 bridges crossing the river Severn most notably the English and Welsh bridges, the Lord Hill’s Column – the largest free-standing Doric column in the world and the Shropshire Agricultural Showground which hosts one of the county’s most important agricultural shows. The town has many sporting and recreational facilities including Shrewsbury Town Football Club, who play their home games at the purpose built New Meadow stadium, Shrewsbury Rugby Club, Shrewsbury Rowing Club and Shrewsbury Motorcross Club to name but a few. There are also a number of popular golf clubs in and around the town, a good selection of Gymnasiums and Health Clubs and a thriving running scene.

Accommodation List

Kitchen Diner - 5.38m x 4.59m (17'7" x 15'0") -

Utility Room - 1.19m x 2.77m (3'10" x 9'1" ) -

Hallway -

Cloakroom - 1.58m x 1.15m (5'2" x 3'9") -

Lounge - 4.94m x 5.69m (16'2" x 18'8") -

Dining Room - 6.68m x 6.08m (21'10" x 19'11") -

Ground Floor Bedroom - 2.70m x 4.80m (8'10" x 15'8") -

En-Suite Shower Room - 1.64m x 2.70m (5'4" x 8'10") -

Landing -

Bedroom Two - 4.32m x 2.92m (14'2" x 9'6") -

Master Bedroom - 4.32m x 3.67m (14'2" x 12'0") -

En-Suite Shower Room - 2.27m x 1.14m (7'5" x 3'8") -

Bedroom Three - 3.29m x 2.60m (10'9" x 8'6") -

Bathroom - 3.33m x 2.28m (10'11" x 7'5") -

Garage - 6.68m x 3.18m (21'10" x 10'5") -


We are informed the property is of freehold tenure.

Council Tax

Shropshire Council - Tax Band E.

Heating And Services

We are informed the property has the benefit of oil fired central heating and is connected to mains electricity and water. The drainage is via a shared septic tank.


Enquiries via British Telecom indicates the property has an estimated potential broadband speed of 80MB. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries via BT or their own broadband provider.

Nearest Towns

Church Stretton - 8 miles
Shrewsbury - 9 miles
Much Wenlock - 10 miles
Telford - 20 miles

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