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Period Home With Contemporary Twist For Sale In Shropshire


A charming walled courtyard creates a statement entrance to the four bed Coach House and its one bed annex, found on the outskirts of Ryton, six miles south of Shrewsbury and seven to Church Stretton.

Clever Mix Of Classic And Contemporary

The meticulous presentation of the gravel yard provides ample parking, with double garages joining the main house. Step inside and renovation by the current owner provides a clever mix of classic and contemporary, bonding ancient beamed ceilings with semi-open plan living across hardwood floors. Off the entrance hall the kitchen is fresh and white, with no holding back on light, both natural and over the island breakfast bar.

To the opposite side of the hall is the extensive living quarters, extending 7.5 metres by more than nine metres in a large “L” shape, further increased by the summer room, accessed by double doors from two aspects of the main room. Balfours Head of Sales, Alistair Hilton comments:  “This is a stunning open plan space, cleverly anchored with the retention of period features including an inglenook fireplace.”

Beautiful views over the garden are to be enjoyed from the master bedroom with en-suite and fitted wardrobes. There are a further three bedrooms, two on the first floor and the fourth on the second floor, these are convenient to the family bathroom.

The annex is equally well presented with a good sized kitchen, living room and first floor en-suite bedroom. Paved terraces to the front and rear ensure there is opportunity to sit out, while gardens are predominantly laid to lawn. The Coach House is marketed with a guide price of £725,000, call Balfours on 01743 353511.

For further details please visit our Property Sales Page.


Coach House Ryton Main

Coach House Ryton Garden

Coach House Ryton Sitting Room

Coach House Ryton Annex

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Georgian House Of Distinction


One of Shropshire’s rare grade I listed houses has been launched to the market by Balfours.

The Wardens House, Weald Moor Park, comes with exquisite Georgian period features and is finished to exacting standards. The four bedroom home sits in its own large landscaped gardens with views to rolling countryside.

Perfectly Balanced 

Agent This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., of Balfours, comments: “The external architecture is perfectly balanced and pleasing to the eye, sitting seamlessly within its grounds. Step inside and the internal finish more than achieves the grade I credentials.”

A generous reception hall sits as a central avenue to the ground floor with a stunning oak staircase set back and funnelling natural light to play on the panelling and extravagantly deep coving of the hall. Two formal reception rooms are of mirror image proportions either side of the hall, each with glazing to two aspects and a period fireplace centre stage to the third aspect.

The kitchen and conservatory are successfully designed to create a classic open plan living space, with French doors to two aspects. Meanwhile the sunroom sits across the way and is currently used as a study. To the rear of the house a ground floor bedroom comes with an en-suite bathroom and walk in wardrobe, French doors to the garden.

Three further bedrooms are on the first floor, the master bedroom with en-suite facilities while two additional double bedrooms enjoy the family bathroom. A cloakroom and well-proportioned utility complete the internal accommodation.

The gardens incorporate a large terrace, with the majority of the garden laid to lawn providing magnificent easily managed open spaces and views. Charlie adds: “With Wellington just four miles, Shrewsbury, Stafford, Wolverhampton and Birmingham, all easily commutable, the latter being just 37 miles, The Wardens House offers a house with a huge presence and proximity. Furthermore there is an unrivalled choice of private and state schooling within the locality.”

The Wardens House is marketed with a guide price of £850,000. Call Balfours on 01743 353511.

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The Wardens House Main

The Wardens House Terrace views

The Wardens Kitchen

The Wardens House Entrance Hall

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Five Bed House For Sale In Popular Plealey


The popular rural hamlet of Plealey is an idyllic location to put down roots just six miles from Shrewsbury and close to Pontesbury with an array of popular shops, primary and secondary schools and many other services.

Peers Meadow is an impressive five bedroom modern house built with materials sympathetic to its surroundings by Shropshire Homes. The approach is via a paved driveway, flanked by lawn. This leads to a handsome sandstone and oak storm porch, sandstone and mellow brick beckon this house into its surroundings.

A large entrance hall provides access to each of three reception rooms currently the dining room, study and a well-proportioned sitting room with inglenook woodburner and French doors. The kitchen, also found off the hall is adjacent to the dining room with a utility and cloakroom making up the ground floor. The master room is en-suite, with a further three double rooms and a single/study served by the family bathroom.

Perfect for rainy days or the shopping, the double garage links directly to the kitchen. The large garden wraps around the whole of the property with a terrace outside the French doors, otherwise an open canvas of lawn perfect for children to play and or more intricate garden landscaping.

A Rare Opportunity

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. of Balfours Estate Agents Ludlow comments: “Opportunities to settle in Plealey are rare, it is an exceptionally convenient hamlet with easy access to the main road networks, yet absolutely in the heart of the country. Add into the mix the convenience of both Pontesbury and Shrewsbury and it is hardly surprising Plealey is so popular. Peers Meadow is marketed with a guide price of £550,000. Call Balfours on 01743 353511.

For further details please visit our Property Sales Page.

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Peers Meadow Rear Elevation

Peers Meadow Lounge

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Prospect To Self-build Executive House Near Rangemore


A rare opportunity to self-build in the conservation area of Rangemore, near Burton on Trent has been launched to the market by Balfours.

Exceptional Design

The location, close to the beautiful historic village of Rangemore, comes with full planning permission for a detached five bedroom dwelling – with exceptional design and semi-open plan living.

Balfours, head of sales, Alistair Hilton comments: “Planning permission for an executive style home in the Rangemore area offers a great prospect to build and furnish to individual specification. The plot comes with planning for a double garage and garden in this much sought after area.”

He continues: “The design is delightful with porch and double doors into a good sized hallway, with double doors directly opposite to the dining room and French doors out to the garden. The dining room sits to the one end of the generous open plan kitchen, with a family area between – which opens to the garden via bifold doors.

The drawing room features glazing to three aspects, with feature windows to either side of the fireplace, a bay to the end and bifold to the garden. The first floor plans comprise a master bedroom suite with Juliet balcony, two guest rooms with en-suites and two additional bedrooms served by the family bathroom.”

The plot is marketed by Balfours with a guide price of £300,000, for more information call 01743 353511.

For further details please visit our Property Sales Page.


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Character Home With Many Options For Sale In Shropshire


A unique characterful property tucked away off the main street in the village of Kemberton, three miles from Shifnal is on the market. Garden House is a delightful treasure dating back to 1713, currently provides three bedrooms and has the potential to extend, or create a second property.

Popular Shropshire Village

Kemberton is one east Shropshire’s most sought after villages with a raft of amenities including rail services to London Euston. The M54 also offers excellent links to the Midlands and the North including three major airports.

Balfours agent, Charlie Giffard, comments: “This is a truly charming property full of character and enormous potential. The large barn attached is a great open canvas, it has full planning permission for four extra bedrooms incorporated within The Garden House – of course there is also the potential of homework space.”

First impressions of the L shaped property delight the eye across the landscaped frontage. Wow factors are to be found with the floor to ceiling, glable glazing to the dining room. A reception hall provides the welcome linking to the sitting room, with an open plan drawing room beyond. The kitchen is found directly across the hallway while the dining room is opposite.

Ascend the stairs and a vaulted walk designed into the eaves and bathed in light leads to the bedrooms. These comprise of the master room with en-suite, plus two additional bedrooms and a generous family bathroom.

Charlie adds: “True to its name The Garden House has delightful country garden nearly spanning the length of the property and incorporating a Laburnum walk and a bamboo gazebo with seating for up to nine people. There is also a paddock which would be perfect for a pony, or simply extra leisure space.”

The whole  is marketed with a guide price of £695,000, for more information call Balfours on 01743 353511. 

For further details please visit our Property Sales Page.


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Garden House garden

Garden House paddock

Garden House kitchen

Garden House hall

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Refurbished – Bespoke Barn Conversion


This three bedroom barn conversion has recently undergone a bespoke refurbishment.

Unique Character

 As a result, 3 Rodington Court is a property of unique character with an abundant supply of natural light. Situated on the outskirts of the popular village of Rodington, it is 8 and 10 miles between Shrewsbury and Telford, respectively.

To the front of the property, paving stones and a gravelled garden, provide a warm welcome to the front door. Step inside the dining hall, which is bathed in naturallight, drawing the eye to the French doors opposite, into the landscaped garden.

To one side of the dining hall is the bespoke kitchen/breakfast room, which has a contemporary range of units, worktops and appliances, including an electric Aga. The underfloor heating beneath the Italian Travertine floor makes for a cosy room.

On the left is the living room; a well-balanced room with a wood-burner focal point and glazing to two aspects. A feature oak staircase ascends to the first floor, where the gallery landing leads to the master bedroom with en-suite, there are two further bedrooms plus a family shower room.

Balfours agent, Charlie Giffard, comments, “This is a very well presented property on the edge of Rodington, which is centrally placed for commuting to Shropshire’s main towns and the Midlands.” Three Rodington Court comes with a garage and is marketed with a guide price of £290,000.

For more information call Balfours on 01743 353511.

For further details please visit our Property Sales Page.


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Rodington Kitchen

Rodington Lounge

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