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Adderley Hall Barns is a stunning barn conversion with gorgeous original charm, peaceful surrounding countryside, tennis court & bowling green.
Adderley Hall Barns is a stunning conversion of a historical Quad that is rich in history surrounded by picturesque country side. After a short drive up a winding country lane the property opens up into a tranquil new home development which also include barn conversion units. This conversion offers eight two storey units with floor to ceiling windows on the Ground Floor that let in plenty of light into the large living spaces. With one 3 Bedroom unit and seven 4 Bedroom units, this conversion is perfect for families or for those looking for some extra space.
Each unit benefits from a rear garden where you can enjoy some fresh air. Additionally if you would like to be more active there is not only plenty of walking space in the seven acres of communal parkland but the property also boasts a beautiful tennis court and croquet lawn. This is not only great for those who play tennis and croquet but a perfect opportunity to take up a new hobby.
The property surrounding Adderley Hall Barns is protected which means it will never be developed so you will never have to worry about losing the magical serenity that surrounds your new home.
The property benefits from ample parking so you and your guests will never struggle to find a space.
Adderley is a small village on the border of Shropshire and Cheshire. This is an attractive rural area with the usual range of country pursuits and is well placed for access to a number of major towns and for travel both North and South. The village benefits from a beautiful local church St. Peter’s Church (1635), Primary School and a Village Hall with bowling green.
The pretty Village of Audlem (2.5 miles) named among Britain’s best village high streets provides a number of local shops including a Post Office, chemist, butchers, local Co-Operative store, health centre and a modern primary school.
Audlem has a range of shops that attract many visitors as well as catering for its local residents. Audlem Mill, which sits on Audlem Wharf, as well as being a fine canal shop, has just had major success in the British Craft Awards for Stitch Retailer of the Year in the North West, making it one of the best needlework shops in Britain.
Older establish businesses include the Old Priest House café and the Deli café which offer a range of great food, coffee and cakes.
New shops have recently opened such as L’Lovely, with a range of Snugbury’s ice creams, top quality chocolates and other high quality confectionery.
Add to that there are three pubs, the Shroppie Fly and the Bridge Inn by the Shropshire Union canal plus The Lord Combermere in the village centre. There is a fish and chip shop, a kebab shop and many more options so you can eat and drink as much as you want while watching the world go by canal side.
Transport / Motorways:
A number of major roadways are easily accessible from Adderley Hall Barns making traveling to work or weekend getaways easy and convenient. The M6 can be accessed using the A529 which is just 2.4 miles from Adderley Hall Barns. The Crewe train station (14 miles) provides fast intercity railway with service to all major cities and can get you to London Euston in just 90 minutes.
Market Drayton 4.5 miles (10 minute drive)
Nantwich 10 miles, (21 minute drive)
Chester 30 miles (1 hour drive)
Manchester 50 miles (1.5 hour drive)
Just a 7 minute walk (0.4 miles) from Adderley Hall Barns is Adderley C of E Primary School which received a Good on their Ofsted report and prides themselves on the supportive environment the school provides to help their pupils thrive. With only 43 pupils the students of Adderley C of E Primary School have reached Reading and Maths levels above the national average and have a Happiness rating of 100%.
Market Drayton Primary School situated in the town centre (4.7 miles) also recently received a Good Ofsted report with many outstanding features. The pupils at Market Drayton Primary School have also reached above the national average for Reading and Maths and a Happiness rating of 100%.
The most local high school to Adderley Hall Barns is Grove Comprehensive School and Sixth Form (5.2 miles). Also close by are Grove Comprehensive along with Madeley High School (11.2 miles) both of which received Good on their most recent Ofsted reports.
Entertainment & Surrounding Activities:
Just a 10 minute drive from Adderley Hall Barns in the town centre of Market Drayton, you will find an array of quaint farm shops, tearooms and traditional pubs and restaurants. The Sandbrook Vaults, a recently refurbished traditional public house, provides real ale from the local Joules brewery, live music and a friendly atmosphere. Joules Brewery resides on Great Hales Street, with The Brewery Tap “The Red Lion Inn” resting adjacent to the Brewery. Tours of the Brewery are arranged on the first Wednesday of every month, including Fordhall Farm pork baps and, of course, beer sampling!
Located in the centre of Market Drayton, just a 10 minute drive away there is a market that takes place every Wednesday. The main road is closed off to allow locals to set up their stalls and patrons to walk around freely. The stallholders sell everything from textiles and electricals to hot snacks and products for pets. There is also a wide range of local and fresh produce available to buy.
Fordhall Organic Farm is the UK’s first community owned farm and offers a warm welcome to everyone. Less than a 15 minute drive from Adderley Hall Barns, the farm is open to the public six days a week and includes three free farm trails, a picnic area, farm shop, tearoom and evening restaurant.
St Marys Church in the centre of Market Drayton dates back to the 14th Century. The interior features excellent woodwork screens with an altar in the south aisle chapel, whilst the north aisle features fine paintings by local artists.
For sport fans Market Drayton Town F.C’s training ground is 4.1 miles away, hosting matches at least once a week. Market Drayton Golf Club is just a 15 minute drive from Adderley Hall Barns, located down a peaceful lane one mile outside of Market Drayton. The course provides spectacular views of the surrounding countryside.
***Please note that all properties on the Adderley Hall Barns Development benefit from Gas Central Heating and Main connected water.
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