- Sitting room | Dining room
- Garden room | Kitchen
- Porch | Reception hall
- Utility room | Cloakroom
- Master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and en-suite shower room
- 4 Further bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Stable block with tack room and hay store
- Gardens | 9.39 acres of additional meadowland available by separate negotiation
- EPC rating E
Church Preen Primary School (1.8mi.)
Concord College (2.5mi.)
Longnor CofE Primary School (2.7mi.)
Chatwall Lawn is a delightful period farmhouse situated in a beautiful un-spoilt valley with stunning views. It enjoys pretty gardens, a stable block and, available by separate negotiation, around 9.39 acres of bio diverse meadowland.
The house has an easy flow of rooms leading off the central hallway. The sitting room has an inglenook fireplace housing a wood burning stove and adjoins the contemporary garden room from where views around the valley are enjoyed. The dining room has a cast iron fireplace and bi-fold doors open to the garden terrace. The kitchen has a range of wall and floor units, modern integrated appliances and a wood burning stove together with a neighboring fitted utility room and cloakroom.
On the first floor there is a generous master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and en suite shower room, two further well-proportioned bedrooms and a large family bathroom.
The two remaining bedrooms can be found on the second floor, served by a second family bathroom and there is an external access from the landing with a deck and wooden staircase to a parking area enabling this floor to be adapted to a separate annexe if required.
Chatwall Lawn occupies an idyllic location in the rural hamlet of Chatwall, close to Cardington, within the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The area is renowned for its excellent walks and network of quiet bridleways. The nearby market town of Church Stretton offers a wide range of facilities including a variety of shops, public houses, cafés and restaurants. More extensive shopping and recreational facilities can be found in the mediaeval county town of Shrewsbury.
The area offers a number of state primary and secondary schools including Church Preen Primary School (rated Outstanding by Ofsted) and Church Stretton School. Independent schools include Concord College, Prestfelde, Shrewsbury and Shrewsbury High School.
Communications in the region are good with the A49 linking to the A5 north via Oswestry towards Chester and east via the A5/M54 to Telford, Wolverhampton and Birmingham.
The property is approached down a shared driveway and through twin five-bar gates giving access to a detached timber-framed stable block with two loose boxes, tack room and hay store. A further five-bar gate gives access to a gravelled forecourt.
The house sits in around 0.64 acre of gardens, featuring a number of mature trees including a beautiful mulberry, lawns bordered by flowerbeds and raised vegetable beds and a raised paved terrace, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining.
9.39 acres of organic, bio-diverse meadowland is avaiable by separate negotiation.
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