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10 bedroom detached house for sale
Tenure: FreeholdHall | Dining room | Kitchen | Sitting room | Conservatory
Utility room | Cloakroom | Office | 2 WC’s | 10 Bedrooms
Dressing room | Bathroom | EPC Rating for main house: F
EPC Rating for coach house: E
Bourton Grange is an impressive stone house set back from the lane in gardens and grounds of 13.5 acres with dramatic views of Llanymynech rocks and to the south the Breidden and Moel-y-Golfa hills rise out of the Shropshire plain. Built in 1760 with later Victorian additions, the property is currently a registered home for the elderly able to provide care for up to 11 older people with a CQC rating 3 star (excellent). Please note the home is due toclose shortly.
At the heart of the house are four reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room, a dining room, a sitting room with large bay window and a conservatory with doors opening onto the patio. There is a cloakroom with a WC, a utility room adjacent to the kitchen, and an office, the rear staircase to the first floor and a boiler room with external access. On the ground floor are three bedrooms with washbasins and a seperate WC situated off the hall which has a fantastic original tessellated floor. On the first floor are seven bedrooms with washbasins, one of which is accessed via a large dressing room. There is a separate WC, a bathroom, and at one end of the landing a door to the fire escape.
Bourton Coach House
The detached coach house is situated away from the main house set in its own gardens. The dining room adjoins the kitchen and
the conservatory which has doors into the garden. Two bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and a shower room are on the ground floor.
On the first floor a galleried landing leads to a large sitting room with a fireplace and beams. There is a family bathroom and a double bedroom with fitted wardrobes. The garden is laid mainly to lawn with a patio running across the front of the house and a large yew hedge offering shelter and privacy. There is a summer
house in one corner of the garden housing a hot tub.
The yard consists of various stables, tack rooms and storerooms.
EPC Rating for main house: F
EPC Rating for coach house: E
Bourton Grange is situated in dramatic countryside between Llanymynech and Pant. Approached via a long driveway the property is surrounded by paddocks and neighbouring fields with far reaching views. Llanymynech has a village shop and a Golf Club whose 18-hole course is unique in the UK for being both in England and Wales. The renown Offa’s Dyke
Path passes through the village.
Communications are good with the A483 north to Oswestry continuing onto the A5 to Chester or south to Shrewsbury, and the A483 south to Welshpool. Both state and independent schooling is available in the nearby market towns.
Approached from a country lane, a long tarmac driveway sweeps through fields around to the entrance of Bourton Grange where to the side is a large lawn with various trees and shrubs and a small pond. To the rear of the house is a pretty, part-walled garden, laid mainly to lawn with a charming rose bed and a walled patio, and an enclosed washing area next to which is a log store housing the oil tank. The five paddocks, of varying size, are surrounded by mature trees providing shelter and privacy and in one of the paddocks there is an orchard with a variety of apple trees. There is a double open carport with electricity next to which is a vegetable patch and a greenhouse.
The drive extends past the house and coach house to a full size manège neighbouring the paddocks.