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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Kinton Manor, Kinton, Nr Nesscliffe, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY4 1AZ

Sold STC £700,000

Property Description

Key features

  • An enchanting Grade II Listed family home
  • Idyllic location
  • Full of character and charm
  • Stunning family living space
  • Finished to a high standard
  • Perfect fusion of old and new
  • Set in idyllic gardens and grounds of 2 acres
  • Nine miles north of Shrewsbury
  • Fantastic local and independent schools
  • Viewing highly recommend

Full description

An enchanting and historic Grade II Listed, half-timbered house, occupying a prime position in the heart of the pretty hamlet of Kinton. The property has been sympathetically restored by the current owners, with the additional attraction of a spectacular recently added kitchen/living room extension, blending beautifully with the older part of the house creating stunning results. The property is set in idyllic gardens and grounds of approximately 2 acres, with adjoining countryside and close to Nesscliffe country park.

Kinton Manor is set in the beautiful unspoilt north Shropshire countryside, approximately 9 miles north of Shrewsbury, 8 miles south of Oswestry, with the A5 being only 1.5 miles away affording easy access to motorway networks with Chester and the West Midlands being within easy reach. Local amenities are available in nearby Nesscliffe with several good pubs, local schools and excellent independent schools, including Packwood Haugh and Adcote being close by.

Kinton Manor exudes a wealth of original character, dating from the 15th Century with additions in the 16th and 17th Centuries and the most recent addition adding a fabulous modern twist. The property combines exposed beams, lovely fireplaces and well-proportioned rooms, with the highlight being the modern extension, which provides a light, airy, spacious and practical family living space. This area opens onto and adjoins the picturesque and extensive informal gardens extending to approximately 2 acres in all.

The property is approached from the village lane via double wrought iron gates leading to a large gravelled forecourt, parking and turning area, which sweeps around the side of the property to the main entrance doors.

The pretty recessed porch is framed with a sandstone arched entrance and a limestone floor with arched double oak entrance doors and wrought iron furniture leading to a spacious split level reception hall with oak flooring, under floor heating, exposed beams and timbers with access to the wine cellar.

Entrance Hall - 4.82 x 3.30 (15'9" x 10'9") -

Cloakroom - With quirky low level wc having mahogany seat, wash hand basin, oak floor and underfloor heating.

Drawing Room - 5.96 x 4.24 (19'6" x 13'10") - A delightful, atmospheric, formal sitting room with heavily beamed ceiling and an arched inglenook fireplace with exposed sandstone walls incorporating a log burner on marble tiled hearth, oak floor, windows to fore and rear.

Formal Dining Room - 5.61 x 3.60 (18'4" x 11'9") - A fabulous entertaining room. Heavily oak beamed ceiling, beautiful Tudor style sandstone framed Inglenook fireplace with brick chimney and hearth, incorporating dog grate and concealed lighting, built in drinks cupboard, original front entrance door, ceramic tiled floor

Study/Snug - 4.10 x 3.54 (13'5" x 11'7") - With exposed wall and ceiling timbers, fireplace with oak surround incorporating dog grate.

Main Living/Kitchen/Dining Area - 9.64 x 5.84 (31'7" x 19'1") - Also approached from the main hall is possibly the most exciting aspect of the house, being a spectacular, large two storey family living space with full height open beamed ceiling, incorporating four Velux roof lights and a glass and oak framed balcony, which overlooks the main living/kitchen and dining area with oak flooring and a two-sided log burner with slate hearth. Three steps lead down to a snug sitting area with beautiful views over the gardens.

Beautiful fitted kitchen with a cream painted finish and with delightful cashmere white granite surfaces and a matching island. Ceramic tiled floor. Full range of base units and matching wall cupboards with integrated appliances including Stoves Range cooker, microwave, American fridge freezer, dishwasher and concealed cooker hood.

Snug - 4.94 x 3.41 (16'2" x 11'2") -

Utility Room - 3.38 x 2.20 (11'1" x 7'2") - The ceramic tiled floor continues into the side entrance porch, which leads to a utility room and boot room, with range of fitted units, sink unit and Stanley oil fired cooking range supplying central heating. Door to airing cupboard with central heating controls and Heatstore hot water cylinder.

Boot Room - 2.72 x 1.95 (8'11" x 6'4") -

Pantry - 5.42 x 2.54 (17'9" x 8'3") -

Wine Cellar - 3.50 x 3.25 (11'5" x 10'7") -

Main Bathroom - Main bathroom beautifully fitted with free standing double ended bath, corner shower cubicle, a vanity unit with wash hand basin and a low flush wc.

Master Bedroom Suite - 5.90 x 4.29 (19'4" x 14'0") - With dressing area with exposed beam and large walk in wardrobe. Main bedroom with oak flooring and oak panelling, oak beam and a stone fireplace. Three windows, creating a light, airy space. Adjoining dressing room with range of fitted shelving and Velux roof light and an en suite shower room, beautifully fitted with a large walk in shower, vanity unit with wash hand basin, low flush wc, storage recess.

Bedroom 2 - 5.72 x 4.15 (18'9" x 13'7") - The remaining bedrooms are all double size rooms, exuding a wealth of original character and charm with exposed wall and ceiling timbers, display recess and a walk in wardrobe.

Bedroom 3 - 4.24 x 3.69 (13'10" x 12'1") - With exposed wall timbers.

Bedroom 4 - 5.64 x 2.60 (18'6" x 8'6") - With exposed wall timbers, windows to front and rear and pretty
en suite bathroom with free standing roll top bath, walk in shower cubicle, vanity unit with wash hand basin, eye level wc.

The property is approached over a large gravelled parking and turning area, with a majestic, historic Yew Tree, providing shade. Adjacent to the rear of the property is a raised sun deck, patio area and path. Adjoining these areas are: sweeping lawns with a wide selection of delightful shrubs and trees, leading to an orchard area with a variety of fruit trees, a partly walled sun deck, beyond which is a further large area of lawn with mature trees and shrubs, log store, former greenhouses, fruit trees and bushes. The property adjoins open farmland to the rear with a view towards Nesscliffe hill. The whole extends in all to approximately 2 acres.

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01 October 2016


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