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Georgian farmhouse that's very welcoming.

Byline: Becky Weaver Property writer

f you've ever dreamed of running your own B&B, this beautiful Grade II listed Georgian farmhouse could make your dreams come true.

ISituated in Condover, just a short drive from the market town of Shrewsbury, Grove Farm House boasts eight bedrooms, a separate cottage, 5.27 acres of stunning grounds, a large barn, garaging and plenty of exterior room for storage. The property, which has been in the same family for some 65 years, has been running as a successful bed and breakfast business through the use of both the farmhouse and its additional cottage.

Its current owners have worked to restore the property by adding a large, modern kitchen with a breakfast and seating area, while maintaining its original features and character throughout.

The ground floor comprises a large, openplan living space with an extension to the rear where the kitchen and large boot room is located.

On the first are second floors are eight double bedrooms, four of which are en-suite and have been decorated to a very high standard, as well as two large family bathrooms complete with modern white suites.

Stepping outside, Grove Farm House is surrounded by stunning grounds, with a number of terraced areas that are perfect for entertaining guests during the summer months. There is also a paddock of approximately 4.5 acres with separate access and a driveway leading to a large barn, garaging and further storage. The property also features a separate cottage, with a large living room, a kitchen / breakfast room, boot room, two double bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Grove Farm House is on the market with Strutt & Parker (01743 284200) with a guide price of PS1,125,000.

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Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:Apr 25, 2019
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