The Baron at Bucknell for sale at £1.8m

The Baron at Bucknell for sale at £1.8m

Garden rooms, The Baron at Bucknell

UK: The Baron at Bucknell, located in the Shropshire Hills AONB, is being marketed by Fleurets at a guide price of £1.8 million.

The Grade II-listed farmhouse sits on 1.75 acres of land and includes owner or staff living accommodation comprising five double bedrooms, two receptions room and a kitchen. Guest rooms include five en suite bedrooms alongside three garden rooms. 

Garden rooms come with an outside deck area with loungers, bistro set and a hot tub. They are located around a natural swimming pond.

Other amenities at the site include a restaurant, lounge, bar and conservatory which can accommodate up to 80 covers.

Phil and Debra Wright purchased the property in 2006. They said: “We have made many improvements over the years including a new build kitchen, converting the first floor to five bedrooms and then later developing the paddock providing a further three garden bedrooms and the natural swimming pond. 

“We also have a wood pellet biomass boiler and our own spring water supply. Lockdown gave us the opportunity to redecorate throughout, provide new flooring and install the double log burner in the lounge/restaurant.

“We’ve had 16 glorious years and have created a business we are very proud of. It is a truly beautiful place to live and operate a business and the Baron is very special. We are incredibly grateful to our staff and all our customers who keep returning to enjoy the stunning scenery and the experience offered at the Baron.”

Monique Royle, Midlands divisional director of Fleurets, said: “Phil and Debra have successfully continued to build trade and there is still a tremendous opportunity to develop these figures, including extending food hours and the construction of three additional garden rooms which has services and planning permission in place. This is really a great opportunity for a new owner to build on an already fantastic trade.” 

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