5 bedroom detached house for sale

Boningale, Albrighton, Wolverhampton, WV7

Guide Price £1,100,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 5 reception rooms
  • kitchen/breakfast room
  • laundry room & cellars
  • 5 bedrooms (2 ensuite)
  • triple garage & workshop
  • delightful gardens with summerhouse
  • In all about 1.86 acres
  • EPC Rating = F

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A delightful Queen Anne country residence of style and character standing in approximately 1.86 acres with 5 reception rooms, 5 bedrooms (2 ensuite), kitchen/breakfast room, triple garage and beautiful gardens. An approximate further 12 acres are available by separate negotiation.

Location

Whiston Grange stands in an elevated situation enjoying magnificent views over beautiful, rolling Shropshire countryside towards The Wrekin, Wenlock Edge and The Clees.

The property is close to the borders of Shropshire and South Staffordshire and within easy reach of Albrighton where there is a comprehensive range of shops and local facilities. It lies to the west of Wolverhampton, which is conveniently reached via the A41 and the motorway network can be reached within approximately five minutes via the M54 (J3). There are local rail stations not only in Wolverhampton but also in Codsall, Albrighton and Shifnal. There are a wide range of convenient schools in both sectors with Birchfield Preparatory School being particularly convenient and Wolverhampton Grammar School, Wolverhampton Girls High School, St Dominics High School for Girls in Brewood, Adams Grammar and The Girls High School in Newport and all of the Shrewsbury Schools being within easy access.

Whiston Grange therefore benefits from both a rural Shropshire situation whilst having convenient access to all of the usual amenities and facilities.

Description

Whiston Grange is a typical Queen Anne residence of considerable significance which offers splendid accommodation. It retains many of the original period features with alterations and improvements carried out by the present owners to a high specification and with considerable flair and imagination.

The kitchen was installed by Dayrooms and the fitted furniture in the study and several of the other internal features were by Hallidays.

This is a distinguished country house with a comfortable feel and ideal for family use.

The property is approached over a long entrance drive laid in tarmac which leads to a gravelled front drive with ample parking and turning space. There is an additional drive which leads to the garages and back door. It has a delightful elevation typical of its period, constructed of brick and stone with a cream painted rendered exterior and tiled roof with three dormers.

There is an ENTRANCE PORCH with a part glazed front door set between fluted surrounds which are matched by the four pairs of trellised supports which are now clad with climbing roses. The porch has a limestone tiled floor and an oak glazed door leading to the ENTRANCE HALL with a light oak display cabinet having shelves below a sunburst top and cupboards below and also a matching surround to the arch which leads to the INNER HALL. A delightful SITTING ROOM has an Adam style marble fire place with urn and swag decorations. There are display shelves with cupboards below with concealed television on a sliding shelf, a large front window, a side opening casement to the garden and two radiators behind concealing grills. The DINING ROOM has an Adam style carved pine fireplace with central basket of flowers and marble slips. There is a large front window, dado rail and two radiators being behind concealing grills with marble display tops. The DRAWING ROOM has a tiled marble fireplace with a central decorative panel and flanking urns. There is a wide and deep three sided bay window, the central part of which opens to give access to the garden, each side having four windows and a pair of bow fronted radiator grills with display tops. There is a large radiator with a display shelf above and coving.

The KITCHEN was designed and installed by Dayrooms and has a glazed Belfast sink set in granite surround with space for dishwasher. There is a central island unit with a built in Neff oven flanked by a cupboard and with a granite top and an oil fired red four door Aga cooker set in a tiled recess with plaque rail above and which also heats the domestic hot water. There is also a Neff two ring induction hob, a cupboard with hot water cylinder, matching Bosch fridge and freezer to the side of which is a deep cupboard designed to house kitchen electrical equipment which stands on a granite shelf with further shelves above and below. There is an Amtico pine floor

At the side of the kitchen is a BREAKFAST AREA with a deep bow window and further range of fitted cupboards and drawers. A short staircase from the end of the hall leads to the lower floor with a REAR HALL and a large FAMILY ROOM with an original combination grate, exposed ceiling truss and purlins and a back door with a further short flight of steps leading up to the kitchen. The spacious STUDY has a full length pine unit by Hallidays with central book shelves flanked by further shelves and arched display recesses on either end with carved decoration and central cornice and also with five double cupboards below and a pull out computer shelf. On the opposite side are two tall glazed opening casements and two flanking windows and a tiled floor. There is a CLOAKROOM with pedestal basin and wc and a LAUNDRY with glazed Belfast sink, wall cupboards and plumbing for automatic washing machine and tiled floor. Outside the back door is the BOILER ROOM with Trianco Eurostar oil fired boiler for central heating. Stairs lead down to three CELLARS with electric light and power.

A TWO RISE STAIRCASE with oak handrail leads to the large landing with built in cupboards and at the end of which a writing area with a delightful view over the garden and pool. The PRINCIPAL BEDROOM has a miniature period style fireplace, two windows, a range of fitted wardrobes and a dressing area beyond with further wardrobes and cupboards and the ENSUITE BATHROOM has a panelled bath, vanity unit with oval basin set in marble top, wc and fully tiled shower with thermostatic control. The GUEST BEDROOM has a range of built in wardrobes and double doors leading to the ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM with fully tiled shower having thermostatic control and both drench and handheld shower heads, pedestal basin with mirrored rear, wc and electric towel rail. BEDROOM THREE has a built in wardrobe and a vanity unit set in tiled surround with mirrored rear and cupboards beneath, also there are two windows. The FAMILY BATHROOM has a period style bath on claw and ball feet, pedestal basin and wc with high level flush.

A further TWO RISE STAIRCASE leads to the upper floor with landing having a range of storage cupboards and TWO FURTHER DOUBLE BEDROOMS, one having built in wardrobe and vanity unit and the other having built in wardrobe, miniature Coalbrookdale fireplace and two windows. The BATHROOM has a peninsular bath, pedestal basin, wc, large linen cupboard and exposed purlins.

OUTSIDE
The rear drive leads to an extensive parking and turning area laid in tarmac and a range of brick and slate GARAGES built in 2000 in a period style and constructed of reclaimed brick with slate roof. The central garage has a tall arched coach house door and is joined by two further single garages with a adjoining WORKSHOP AND TOOL STORE.

There is a separate enclosed kitchen garden approached from the entrance drive.

The delightful grounds are a particular feature of the property with wide, sweeping lawns in front of the house with matured shrubberies, many fine trees and beyond low stone walls there is an ornamental pool with weeping willows banks of rhododendrons, water plants and a surrounding path. On the south side there is an extensive terrace and patio on two levels with fine mature wisteria, surrounding mellow stone walls, beds of lavender, an oval bed of white roses and herbaceous borders. Clematis and rose arches lead over a haha to a further lawn with many more fine matured trees. The lawn slopes up at its highest point where an octagonal SUMMERHOUSE overlooks extensive views over Shropshire countryside.

In all about 1.86 acres.

AGENTS NOTE- Whiston Grange is being marketed with 1.86 acres of gardens. There are a further approximate 12 acres available by separate negotiation.

Square Footage: 5,218 sq ft
Acreage: 1.86 Acres

Directions

It should be noted that the postcode for Whiston Grange (WV7 3BU) does not take you directly to the property.

Coming from the direction of Wolverhampton :
Take the Main Wolverhampton to Shifnal Road , ( A41 / A464 ) ,
travelling towards Shifnal .
On your left , go past " The Horns " at Boningale pub , and then
The Lea Manor Hotel , ( Now derelict ). Still staying on the Main A464 Road , go past a turning on your left signposted ' Burnhill Green - Patshull Park Golf Course and then the very next opening on your left , ( Approx 200 yards ) , is the driveway to " Whiston Grange " , at the end of a low stone wall and between two stone pillars .
Park on the Front Drive , by branching slightly left through
the open white gate .

Coming from the M54 Motorway : ( Note : " Whiston Grange " is five minutes driving time from Junction 3 on the M54 ) Leave the M54 at Junction 3 , and follow the sign A41 towards
Wolverhampton .
Almost immediately past COSFORD R.A.F. Station . After
the traffic lights get in to the right hand lane and within the
first half mile TURN RIGHT off the A41 , signposted
ALBRIGHTON . Follow this road in to Albrighton village ,
and TURN RIGHT at the cross roads , in to " Cross Road " ,
by ' The Crown ' pub , which is on your left . Continue to wind your way along this road until you meet a "T" Junction .TURN RIGHT at this "T" Junction , signposted " A464 Shifnal / Telford " . Almost immediately , staying on the Main A464 Road , go past a turning on your left signposted to Burnhill Green , and then " Whiston Grange " is the very next opening on your LEFT ,at the end of a low stone wall , and between two stone pillars .
( I . E : Still on the Main A464 ) .Park in the Front Drive , by branching slightly left through the open white gate .

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24 March 2016

Nearest stations

  • Cosford (1.4 mi)
  • Albrighton (1.9 mi)
  • Shifnal (4.0 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Cosford (1.4 mi)
  • Albrighton (1.9 mi)
  • Shifnal (4.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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