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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Eardington, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16

Sold STC £850,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Contemporary home with character
  • Open plan living room and kitchen/dining
  • 4 Bedrooms (one en-suite)
  • Enchanting courtyard
  • Terraced gardens
  • Enclosed dog kennel
  • EPC Rating = F

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A wonderfully restored Mill finished in a contemporary style, set in a tranquil setting above the Mor Brook. In about 5.95 acres of gardens and woodland.


Approximately 2.5 miles from the market town of Bridgnorth, Eardington Mill is set in it's own private idyll overlooking the Mor Brook below. Bridgnorth has an excellent range of schools, shops and amenities within its high and low towns. The larger centres of Wolverhampton, Shrewsbury, Telford and Birmingham are all within commuting distance while the M54 at Telford provides access to the Midlands and the National motorway network.

There are a number of well regarded schools in the private and state sector including, Moffats at Kinlet, Steiner School in Stourbridge, Wrekin College, Shrewsbury School, Oldbury Wells, Bridgnorth Endowed School and The William Brookes School, Much Wenlock.

The well renowned Astbury Golf Course, Restaurant and Hotel together with Severn Valley Railway are both within 2 miles. Fishing, situated at Chelmarsh, horse riding, walking and cycling along Route 45 are all available in the vicinity


Thought to be mentioned in the Doomsday Book, Eardington Mill is an extremely interesting building which has been completely renovated by the current owner who, with a fantastic attention for detail, has restored the property into a contemporary home whilst keeping the character, charm and original features.

The courtyard which runs alongside the main house is a beautiful feature with its archways and provides an entertaining/seating area offering a theatrical feel. It may be accessed from the main house and also the gardens.

The Mor Brook, which runs at the bottom of the garden is a haven for wildlife and Kingfishers are sighted regularly by the current owner.

The accommodation is laid out over 4 floors with the open plan living room and kitchen/dining area being the main hub of the
house. This is the most recent addition designed by Edward Nash, an architect from Bath and includes a vaulted ceiling, above the living area. French doors opening onto a balcony which offers in plenty of natural light. There is also an open fire with a Welsh slate hearth and beautiful oak flooring throughout. The breakfast/dining area is situated in the centre of the room with the bespoke kitchen, designed by Charles Manners, at the other end has a solid Welsh slate worktop and sink, with hand built units.

Off the main living area steps lead down to the third floor which has two double bedrooms with built in wardrobes and a separate
shower room.

On the fourth floor is the master bedroom overlooking the garden below. There are built in wardrobes and drawers providing plenty of storage and an en-suite shower room also with built in drawers.

The ground floor has underfloor heating and comprises of the
study, a laundry room with slate worktops, cupboards and an airing cupboard, a double bedroom with hand built wardrobes and a separate bathroom with a roll top bath and shower.

The lower ground floor has a sitting room with a Clearview Stove and two curved French doors providing access onto the courtyard which is fabulous for entertaining. A log store also provides access outside.


The parking area is situated to the side of the property as you come in off the main tarmac drive, with a garden/log store. There is a fabulous solid oak dog kennel designed by Richard Craven with a run bordered by decorative railings.

The gardens at Eardington Mill gently slope downwards, levelling out in front of the Mor Brook at the bottom. To one side of the house the gardens are mainly laid to lawn with a woodland around the perimeter.On the other side, the gardens are tiered with a gravel walkway and steps inbetween herbaceous beds and borders and a pretty rose bed where an old Furness is still displayed.

The courtyard has a covered BBQ area whilst Wisteria and climbing roses cover the beautiful archways.

Agents Note- The current owner is related to an employee of Savills.

Acreage: 5.95 Acres


From Bridgnorth, A442, take the second exit at the roundabout
signposted Kidderminster. Turn right onto the B4363 through Low Town. Cross the River Severn, bearing left before turning left onto the B4363, signposted Cleobury Mortimer. Take the first left onto the B4555 signposted Eardington and Chelmarsh. Continue through Eardington Village and turn right signposted Eardington Village Hall. Continue past the village hall on your left hand side, continue for about ¾ mile before taking the first left turn down a track. Continue over the cattle grid, into Eardington Mill.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
24 July 2016


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