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A detached home with large open plan living spaces, private driveway and a detached garage

Property Snapshot
  • Virtual tour available
  • Open plan
  • Versatile living space
  • Garden
  • Ample off-street parking
  • Detached double garage
Brook House is lovely detached 4-bedroom house positioned on Brook Road in Craven Arms. The property was substantially enlarged by previous owners and refurbished by the current owners. The layout offers three dedicated bedrooms in the original part of the house and a mezzanine in the extended part currently being used by the owners as a bedroom. There is a large open plan kitchen, dining and sitting area complete with log burner, plus another large open plan living and formal dining area which could be configured to suit a variety of uses. To the front is a gravel driveway, detached garage and at the rear is a lovely garden with raised beds, mature planting and a summer house. Virtual tour: https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=uhqZ2jYPy1R

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