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Ideal for horse owners

Created on 02/05/2017 @ 16:53
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A desirable rural smallholding on the Powys-Shropshire border, which is likely to appeal to horse owners, has been put up for sale with a guide price of £495,000 with agents Halls.

Upper Snead Farmhouse, Snead, Bishops Castle comprises a period, five-bedroomed, detached former farmhouse with attractive original features and a detached garage and annexe set in 3.43 acres of pleasant gardens, grounds and paddock.

The stone farmhouse, which enjoys commanding views over the valley to the hills beyond, offers comfortable family accommodation with beautiful features, including exposed stone walling, ceiling beams and wall timbers.

The ground floor comprises a main entrance hall, cellar room, reception room, dining room, living room with a stone Inglenook housing an Aga with bread oven to the side, office/study, fitted kitchen, rear conservatory with French windows to a patio, utility room, shower room and side entrance hall.

An original oak staircase rises to the first floor landing which leads to the master bedroom, four further bedrooms and a feature family bathroom.

An adjoining single storey building houses a double garage and annexe accommodation, which is ideal for an elderly relative or teenager. The annexe has an entrance hall, fitted kitchen, main room and shower room.

There is also an oak-framed double garage and a lean-to storage shed. The spacious gardens and grounds, which extend to around one acre, offer lawned areas with fruit trees, soft fruit bushes, a wealth of plants and shrubs, a dedicated vegetable patch and a stream feature.

The 2.26-acre paddock is ideal for horses, ponies or domestic livestock. Situated under three miles from Churchstoke, Upper Snead Farmhouse is within easy driving distance of Welshpool, Newtown and Bishops Castle.

Viewing is highly recommended and by appointment with Halls’ Welshpool office on Tel: 01938 555552.



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