Romantic half timbered Jacobean farmhouse Cottage and Byre in tranquil ancient forest, sleeping 4 & 3 + two cots. On Geopark Way, near Slow City and World Heritage Site. Idyllic rustic refuge from a mad world.
Handicapped people welcome4 bedrooms
10 roomsLiveable floor area : 1,076 Sq.ft.
Ground surface : 5 acres
- View : Not overlooked, country side, garden/park, farmland, prairie, forest
- Kids welcome
- Setting : Isolated, Romantic
- Forest at 330'
- Golf, Horse riding, Culture, Fishing
- Pets friendly
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Bright and cozy 3 star, Grade II Listed, half timbered Cottage, built around 1680 using 2nd hand timbers, with low beamed ceilings, wax polished terracotta and oak floors, oak plank doors, hand forged iron work, leather sofas, wood burning stove, supplemented with invisible underfloor central heating. Huge queen size double bed and smaller twin bedroom overlooking private garden. Superbly equipped kitchen with double fan assisted ovens, gas hob, multi speed cooker hood extractor, and all mod cons. Enclosed south facing garden with two lawns (sun & moon), sun trap patio, terrace and arbour seating areas, a separate parking yard with ample parking spaces. ** Tiny but spacious, bright and airy 2 star, locally Listed, converted brick & stone Byre (pre 1831) with full height beam laced roof space, well equipped galley style kitchen including double fan assisted ovens and gas hob, wet room shower /toilet, and cozy mezzanine loft twin bedroom with separate access, + leather sofa bed. Separate enclosed garden with views over orchard and farmland. Ample parking. All set in 2ha (5acres) of wild flower meadows (English Heritage recorded) and ancient orchards (Site of Special Scientific Interest), in the middle of the ancient and historic Wyre Forest (SSSI and National Nature Reserve); within the historical 'Clebury Park', gifted by Henry VIII to the local squire, grandfather of his eldest (bastard) son.
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Tranquility and calm, listen to the relaxing sounds of nature, bird song, the buzzing of bees, the bleat of lambs, the call of deer in the forest; watch the brilliant colours of wild flower meadows ripple in the breese, marvel at star filled skies; enjoy the cool shade of the forest and the shelter it gives from the raging storms of the outside world. Enjoy the 'Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty', or hundreds of miles of long and short distance footpaths, cycle trails and bridleways, connecting traffic free to the cottage door. Including the 'Abberley and Malvern Hills Geopark Way' (which runs along our drive), Sustrans' Mercian Way NCR45, The Sabrina Way, the Severn Way, the North Worcestershire Walk, the Jack Mytton Way and many shorter trails. For a more relaxing mode of travel catch the historic Severn Valley (steam) Railway at Bewdley or Arley (featured in numerous films), glimpsing the elephants in the West Midlands Safari Park, or alighting at picturesque Bridgnorth with its leaning castle keep and dramatic funicular cliff railway. Savour exquisite food in the first British 'Slow City', Ludlow, with its medieval market at the castle gate. Feel the thrill of (industrial) revolution at Ironbridge World Heritage Site, or the pathos of the now faded wealth that revolution brought to Great Whitley with its golden dome and spectacular fountain.
Location AccessFarm Buttonoak
Step back in time to the heart of England's psyche, that buccolic land of past glories. Just west of the Black Country and south of Ironbridge, across the River Severn, the land that Tolkin called 'Middle Earth', with it's Bagginswood, and 'tower between two hills'. The wyreforestcottage (Google it) is half a kilometre from the nearest tarmac, with ample private parking. The Byre is wheelchair accessible, as are parts of the forest.