4 Reception rooms | Study | Kitchen/breakfast room | Boot room | China pantry | Kitchenette | 2 Stores | 5 Bedrooms, 2 ensuite | Family bathroom | Flat incorporating sitting room, kitchen and bedroom | Cellars | 3 Bay cart shed with granary above | 2 Further stone built stores | Gardens | Paddock | About 1.2 acres
EPC rating F
Originally dating back to the 18th Century, The Hall has been home to the current owners for 70 years. During that time it has been sympathetically developed and transformed now offering wonderfully spacious and flexible accommodation arranged over two floors. The property sits within landscaped gardens and enjoys views to many elevations.
Faithful to its era, The Hall retains a wealth of period features with rooms generously sized and atmospheric benefiting from beautifully high ceilings, large sash windows and original doors. The welcoming ambiance is immediately apparent in the entrance hall which is light and inviting and from where the main reception rooms are located. Flanking the front door, the drawing room and sitting room are both wonderfully proportioned rooms with attractive fireplaces and large windows framing lovely garden views. Echoing this elegance is the formal dining room with original feature fireplace and shuttered windows, whilst the cosy snug with Clearview woodburning stove is the ideal place for cosy winter evenings.
From the snug, the rear hall with cellar and pantry each side leads into the kitchen/breakfast room with patio doors opening out to the garden. The room has a good range of base and wall mounted units plus a further Clearview wood burning stove. Adjoining, there is a utility room with further units and room for other appliances. The boot room, cloakroom and study lead back into the hall. There is a large cellar as well as a kitchenette and two store rooms off the dining room.
To the first floor located off a spacious and light landing are five bedrooms, two benefiting from ensuite facilities with the remaining sharing a family bathroom. Two of the bedrooms have integrated storage space and most enjoy good proportions and garden or rural views. Enjoying separate access from the rear porch to the ground floor, there is a flat which is currently rented out comprising sitting room, kitchen and ensuite bedroom offering great flexibility for bed and breakfast purposes or for a dependent relative.
Garden and Outbuildings
Located in the heart of a popular Shropshire village in a picturesque setting adjacent to the church, the property is approached off a quiet no-through road and up a driveway where there is ample parking. The gardens surround the house and are largely laid to lawn with herbaceous and flowering borders providing year round interest and colour as well as an orchard and a paddock to the north-east of the property. There are gravelled areas and seating selectively placed around the garden from where to enjoy the views. To the south-west of the property, there is a four-bay cart shed with granary above (15.3m x 5.2m) currently used for garaging and storage, with a further two stone barns also used for storage (5.6m x 4.0m and 4.9m x 4.7m). There is also a shed and a greenhouse as useful additions.