Gardeners Cottage Farmhouse, Buntingsdale, Market Drayton

Stunning four bedroom conversion with annexe
Guide Price

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Annabel Fearnall
Annabel Fearnall



    • Idyllic, peaceful, rural location close to thriving town
    • Substantial light and airy living space of 3,300 sq ft
    • Four large bedrooms, three with en-suite facilities
    • Kitchen with bespoke range of units, large dry cellar, sitting room, stunning orangery (25’ x 25’)
    • Recently redecorated throughout
    • Triple garage with self-contained flat above
    • Fabulous gardens with duck pond. 1.67 Acres in all (0.68 Ha)
    • Option to rent further land if required

    The Location

    This fabulous and unique conversion sits in an idyllic rural location within the former grounds of the stunning period property known as Buntingsdale Hall. This small neighbourhood contains a number of properties which were once under the ownership of the Hall.

    The thriving town of Market Drayton is only a short distance away and the larger towns of Shrewsbury, Telford, Newport, The Potteries and Crewe as well as motorway connections are all within twenty miles.

    The Property

    Originally a World War II receiver station this unusual four-bedroom property has been skilfully developed by the sellers. Their loving restoration has resulted in a light, airy and spacious property offering ideal family living space. The house has been extravagantly finished with high specification bathrooms fittings, solid oak internal woodwork and flooring and a bespoke kitchen as well as eco-friendly and cost-saving measures such as ground source heating and solar panels. The rooms are well-proportioned and each enjoys an attractive outlook particularly the substantial orangery which has bifold doors to three sides allowing a spectacular vista over the garden and pond to farmland beyond.

    The Garage

    Adjacent to the house is the separate garage, which offers garaging for vehicles, storage or potential workspace (subject to the necessary planning consents). To the first floor there is a well-equipped, cosy flat ideal for housing visiting family or friends, equally this could be adapted to provide office space for anyone requiring home office space.

    The Gardens

    The house sits centrally in its large 1.67 Acre plot and mature hedging ensures total privacy within the gardens. The large lawned area will appeal to children who want space to play, roam and enjoy a feeling of freedom whilst the well planted borders, stunning rose arbours and mature trees and shrubs will appeal to those with gardening interests.

    For those looking to have horses or animals at home or simply to enjoy additional space, there is the option to rent extra land within close proximity to the property.

    The stunning surrounding countryside offers miles of off-road walking and riding opportunities through nearby farmland, on quiet country lanes and around the meandering River Tern.

    For further information please download the full sales details from the document downloads section.  However, as it is difficult to fully describe the wonderful nature of this property we would strongly recommend that potential buyers contact us for the virtual viewing in order to fully appreciate it.

    Please contact either Annabel or Steph on 01630 692500  or to organise an appointment.

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    What the Agent Loves About this Property

    It is fantastic to see this historic World War II building rejuvenated and providing a wonderful family home.

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