Picture perfect

Situated in a landscape unchanged for more than two centuries, this location is an authentic former farm labourer’s dwelling that has been sensitively restored to reinstate its 19th century character.  It now provides the most picturesque and homely atmosphere and promises a period escape from modern day living.

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Picture 073Features include a Victorian coal fired kitchen range, a larder for storing food, oil lamps for illumination, hand pump for drawing drinking water from the well, laundry room complete with coal fired copper and mangle and a tin bath for fireside bathing. A traditional vegetable and herb garden completes the picture of simple 19th century rural living.

Picture 102Scullery with earthenware sink, larder slab and stone flag floor. Kitchen/parlour with coal-fired cast iron range, quarry tile floor and beamed ceiling. Double bedroom with brass/iron bed, oak floor, beamed ceiling and coal fire grate. Narrow steep open tread stairs to second floor: Landing with oak floor, sloping ceiling and single bed, for +1. Twin-bedded room with oak floor, sloping ceiling and wood-burning stove.

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This poetic location has already featured in BBC period dramas including ‘Victorian Farm’, ‘Escape to the Country’, ‘Country Tracks’ and ‘Escape in Time’.

Parking for 60 vehicles, secure storage, office space and hard standing for unit vehicles on site. Excellent accommodation for crew and cast, together with catering services are also available.

OneLocation ref. 1344

Shropshire, UK

 

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