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SARN HOUSE SHREWSBURY, pounds 575,000.

Sarn House enjoys a beautiful semi rural position in the village of Cound, near Shrewsbury.

window that overlooks the front of the property. Double doors open on to the garden at the rear for this room and the sitting room.

Two other rooms can be used for dining or a study.

that has a Smeg range with gas hob and an integrated dishwasher. This room also offers plenty of space for a breakfast table, with double doors allowing plenty of natural light and opening onto the patio area at the rear of the house.

There is a pantry and separate utility room which has access to a back hallway. Steps lead up to a spacious bedroom which is served by an ensuite shower room, over the rear gardens. A door from the master suite leads through to a Jack and Jill style dressing room and ensuite, which also links to another bedroom. Two other bedrooms are linked by double doors enabling the space to be used either as one bedroom and a study area, or two bedrooms which can easily be linked or separated.

These bedrooms are served by the family bathroom shower. The gardens at Sarn House are predominantly laid to lawn and bordered by mature hedges and a patio area that runs along the rear of the house. The Cound Brook runs along the far boundary of the rear garden and although this is substantially lower than the gardens, still provides a lovely picturesque view.

Guide price is pounds 575,000. Viewing is through Strutt and Parker. Telephone: 01743 284200.
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Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:Dec 3, 2009
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