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7 bedroom detached house for sale

The Red House, Edge, Nr Yockleton, Shrewsbury, SY5 9PY

Sold STC £750,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A stunning Grade II Listed residence
  • Character and charm in abundance
  • Idyllic gardens
  • Stunning views of the Shropshire hills
  • Hard surface tennis court
  • Prime position in a quiet hamlet
  • 7 miles west of Shrewsbury
  • Seven bedrooms
  • Triple garage
  • Viewing highly recommended

Full description

A stunning, Grade II Listed, spacious detached family home, in an idyllic setting with delightful views of the west Shropshire countryside.

This enchanting property occupies an elevated setting within a quiet hamlet, just outside the village of Yockleton, approximately 7 miles west of Shrewsbury, surrounded by lovely open countryside and far reaching views in all directions.

The accommodation, is tastefully appointed throughout and enjoys the benefits of formal Georgian proportions, with the original half timbered accommodation enjoying a wealth of exposed beams and a cosy atmosphere. The gardens have been beautifully laid out and are well stocked providing an attractive setting with the additional benefit of a hard surface tennis court and triple size garage.

Accommodation briefly comprises; reception hall, access to cellarage, orangery, drawing room, sitting room, dining room, rear hall, large fitted kitchen/dining room with Aga, utility room, cloakroom, 7 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. In and out driveway providing ample parking, three car garage, gardens and grounds with Tennis Court.

The property is approached over an 'in and out' gravelled driveway with gravelled forecourt providing ample parking, flanked by deep flower and shrub border. There is a large enclosed patio area to the side of the property with brick building, housing Pig Sty, storage and potting shed. Two greenhouses and a log store. Attractively landscaped, well stocked REAR GARDEN laid to lawned areas, flanked by flower and shrub borders with barbeque area, pavioured patio and paths. A Yew hedge with archway through divides the highly productive vegetable garden with box hedging and soft fruit trees and this is flanked
by a hard surfaced Tennis Court.

Reception Hall -

Orangery -

Drawing Room - 5.93m x 4.68m (19'5" x 15'4") - Slate fireplace incorporating Clearview stove
Storage cupboards and book/display cupboards to either side.

Sitting Room - 5.93m x 4.85m (19'5" x 15'11") - Deep Inglenook recess with Clearview stove
Brick hearth, pine mantel and surround

Dining Room - 3.62m x 5.39m (11'11" x 17'8") - Exposed beams and timbers
Built in oak cupboards and shelving
French doors to garden

Side Entrance Hall - Window to front, two windows to side, door to:

Cloakroom - Wash hand basin, wc.

Utility - 2.58m x 4.15m (8'6" x 13'7") - Range of units with sink unit. Plumbing for washing machine
Gas fired central heating boiler.

Large Farmhouse Style Kitchen / Dining Room - 9.57m x 5.32m (31'5" x 17'5") - Terracotta tiled floor
Range of custom built oak units having granite work surfacs incorporating twin bowl ceramic sink
Integrated appliances
Four oven gas fired Aga.
French doors from dining area to side patio
Exposed beams and timbers

OAK STAIRCASE from reception hall rising to FIRST FLOOR LANDING

Bedroom 1 - 3.94m x 4.68m (12'11" x 15'4") - Range of built in wardrobes and vanity unit

Bedroom 2 - 2.85m x 4.62m (9'4" x 15'2") - Fireplace
Built in wardrobes

Bedroom 3 - 2.98m x 4.62m (9'9" x 15'2") - Fireplace
Built in wardrobes

Shower Room - White suite comprising; shower cubicle
Vanity unit with wash hand basin, wc.
Linen cupboard

STAIRCASE rising to SECOND FLOOR LANDING

Bedroom 4 - 3.94m x 4.68m (12'11" x 15'4") - Fireplace
Built in wardrobes

Bedroom 5 - 3.73m x 4.89m (12'3" x 16'1") - Fireplace

Bedroom 6 / Study - 2.10m x 4.89m (6'11" x 16'1") - Window to front.

Bathroom - White suite comprising; panelled bath, electric shower
Pedestal wash hand basin, wc.
Linen cupboard

OAK STAIRCASE from side hall to FIRST FLOOR LANDING with airing cupboard enclosing hot water cylinder.

Bedroom 7 / Guest Suite - 5.13m x 4.73m (16'10" x 15'6") - Oak floor
Exposed beams and timbers
Built in cupboards.

Dressing Area - 3.09m x 4.15m (10'2" x 13'7") - Under eaves storage

En Suite Bathroom - White suite comprising roll top bath
Double shower cubicle with glazed screen door
Pedestal wash hand basin, wc.
Porthole window

STAIRCASE contines to:

Store Room - 4.47m x 2.63m (14'8" x 8'8") - Open plan to:

Play Room - 4.47m x 5.83m (14'8" x 19'2") - Exposed beams. Wattle and Daub

Outside The Property -

Large Attached Garage - Up and over door, Side service door and rear doors.
Housing up to 3 cars.

The property is approached over an 'in and out' gravelled driveway with gravelled forecourt providing ample parking, flanked by deep flower and shrub border. There is a large enclosed patio area to the side of the property with brick building, housing Pig Sty, storage and potting shed. Two greenhouses and a log store.

Attractively landscaped, well stocked REAR GARDEN laid to lawned areas, flanked by flower and shrub borders with barbeque area, pavioured patio and paths. A Yew hedge with archway through divides the highly productive vegetable garden with box hedging and soft fruit trees and this is flanked by a harge surfaced Tennis Court.

To access the 'page turner' brochure please click on this link: http://issuu.com/fineandcountrypl/docs/50060007_the_red_house__edge__shrop?e=12211378/39437228

Homeowners Insight - The Red House is an elegant period property that occupies a superb location within the picturesque hamlet of Edge. The original, timber-framed portion of the house dates back to c1640, and this was beautifully extended during the Georgina era to create what is now a very large and hugely characterful family home. The previous owners of the house used to hold an annual charity plant sale within the grounds, says Jo, and one day, when I happened to come along, I stood and admired the beautiful house and garden, and thought I could definitely live here. Not too long afterwards we discovered that the property was actually up for sale, so we arranged a viewing and bought it the very next day.

The previous owners had done a wonderful job of sympathetically renovating the property, so it was beautifully presented throughout when we came here, but we too have maintained and enhanced the property further. For example, the kitchen was quite small, so we extended the space and had gorgeous hand-made, farmhouse-style units fitted. and We also added a really stunning orangery, which enjoys a splendid panoramic view of the garden.

This is a beautiful house that has evolved over time, and one which retains a great many original period features, continues Jo. The Georgian section has wonderfully high ceilings and huge sash windows, whereas the Tudor part has all the lovely exposed timbers, sections of wattle-and-daub and even the original wooden staircase. The character of the house as a whole was definitely something that really appealed to us.

The garden is quite spectacular and extends to around an acre. It incorporates rolling lawns that are surrounded by lots of perennial shrubs and flowers, so theres colour all year round, and we also have a tennis court, which has been well used, not only for tennis but also the odd game of football.

Favourite Room: Since extending it, the kitchen it has definitely become the real hub of the home, says Jo. Its a lovely big family space in which we can cook, eat and relax.

Favourite aspect of the grounds or surrounding area: The location of the house is gorgeous, and as its slightly elevated we enjoy magnificent panoramic views of the Shropshire countryside, says Jo. However though our immediate surroundings are most definitely very rural weve never felt isolated. Theres a very friendly community within the hamlet and everything we might want or need on a day-to-day basis is within easy reach.

Memorable event (if not another favourite room or unique feature): The orangery is a lovely feature of the house, says Jo. It has under-floor heating, so can be used all year round, and huge comfortable sofas, so its a nice space to relax in and enjoy the view of the garden. Its also large enough to take a dining table, so its great for dinner parties.

What theyll miss most / why they are leaving: Our children have moved on now and we feel that this is a real family home that needs to be filled, but it will definitely be a wrench when the time comes to leave says Jo. Its been a fabulous home and an idyllic place to bring up our family.

Jo


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