Brookside Manor, Bronygarth, Oswestry, Shropshire
- The quintessential family home
- A magnificent manor house in a stunning position
- Captivating views of Chirk Castle
- A wealth of character and period features
- Extensive accommodation totalling nearly 7000ft2
- Leisure facilities
- Income potential
Brookside Manor is an imposing Victorian residence positioned in a beautiful rural setting in the North Shropshire Countryside. The property is a short distance from Offa's Dyke Path and overlooks the Ceiriog Valley and over the Welsh border towards Chirk Castle, a 14th Century fortress owned by the National Trust.
Located in the quaint Shropshire Village of Bronygarth, the property is a little over a mile from Weston Rhyn which has a doctor’s surgery, infant/junior schools, post office, village shops and public house. The A5 gives access to road links to Chester, Shrewsbury and Wrexham, whilst Chirk railway station provides services to Birmingham and Manchester.
Oswestry is a market town located on the border of England and Wales. Famous for its outside markets on Wednesdays and Saturdays and livestock market. It is one of the country's oldest recorded border towns. The town centre boasts a number of independent and high street shops along with several specialist retailers and popular restaurants.
Oswestry show ground plays host to a variety of annual fairs, music festivals and the Oswestry show.
The area is renowned for its excellent state and private schools including Oswestry School, Moreton Hall Girls School, Adcote School for Girls, Ellesmere College and Packwood Haugh.
Brookside Manor is an imposing Victorian manor house, totalling nearly 7000ft2, which enjoys stunning views over the Glyn Ceiriog Valley and towards Chirk Castle beyond.
Approached from via its own private sweeping drive and onto the gravelled turning circle, Brookside Manor stands centrally in its plot of approximately two acres.
The front door provides access into the grand entrance hall, which is centrally positioned within the property. With the open galleried landing, an open fireplace, polished wooden floorboards and wrought iron balustrading lining the stairs and landing, access is then provided to the wonderful farmhouse kitchen.
This comfortable and welcoming kitchen has a range of wooden wall to floor mounted units, a central island, a range oven and space for a breakfast table within the bay window overlooking the gardens and the Glyn Ceiriog Valley.
There is a striking drawing room with a number of period features including intricate cornicing, marble inlaid fireplace and polished floorboards. The drawing room is currently used as a games room.
Off the kitchen is the garden room. Ideally positioned to the rear of the property and providing a wonderful family space. With tiled flooring, doors leading into the garden and a central log burner, this is a room that can be enjoyed all year around.
A door leads to a secondary kitchen, a shower room and two ground floor bedrooms. This area could be utilised as self-contained accommodation.
A library sits centrally within the property, with an open fireplace with a charming exposed brick chimney breast provides a central feature and the walls are adorned with shelving suitable for a private book collection.
A corridor leads to a WC and to the sitting room. An open fire sits within a substantial inglenook fireplace, which has brick and timber detailing and the high ceilings allow a full height sash window to permit light to flood into this splendid room.
To the rear of the property is the laundry room and a useful storage/boot room, which have access to a rear lobby with doors leading to outside.
From the central reception hall, stairs rise to the galleried landing which provides access to the principle accommodation.
The master bedroom suite consists of a substantial double bedroom, which has a number of opulent features, including the fireplace and double doors which lead out onto a terrace with glorious views.
A doorway provides access to steps, which lead to the ensuite bathroom and then beyond to the dressing room.
On the first floor, there are four further double bedrooms, two of which enjoy ensuite facilities, two single bedrooms and two family bathrooms.
Bedroom ten is located on the second floor, which also has the benefit of an ensuite bathroom. Space saving stairs lead to a Velux skylight, which can open fully to provide access to the roof terrace.
Within the lovely grounds, the property has the benefit of a number of facilities. A Jacuzzi/hot tub is well placed in an elevated position to provide magnificent views over the Glyn Ceiriog Valley and towards Chirk Castle. Adjacent to this is an all-weather tennis court and to the rear of the property are the gardens with entertaining space including a split-level patio and brick built BBQ. A gravelled path leads to a detached building, which accommodates the swimming pool, sauna and changing/showering facilities.
To the rear of the gardens is an area of woodland which provides a useful buffer from neighbouring properties and a beautiful backdrop for the manor house.
GENERAL REMARKS AND STIPULATIONS:
All items not specifically mentioned within the confines of
these sales details are excluded from the sale, however may
well be available by separate negotiation.
The property will be sold subject to, and with the benefit of, all
easements, rights of way and wayleaves.
Brookside Manor is an established, popular and profitable business and is often occupied as a holiday let. Change-over days are on Fridays and this is the only opportunity to accommodate viewings.
The property is to be sold Freehold and with Vacant
Council Tax Band H. Shropshire Council.
All viewings will take place on a Friday during the change-over day and are strictly by prior appointment through the selling agents, Nock Deighton Ironbridge - Please contact tel: for more information or alternatively email .u
From Shrewsbury proceed along the A5, North, towards Oswestry for 18.3 miles. At the roundabout turn left, signposted Bronygarth and Chirk B5057 Station Road. Continue into the village of Weston Rhyn and at the mini roundabout take the third exit onto the Bronygarth Road, proceed for 1.2 miles and the property will be found on the left hand side.
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Brookside Manor, Bronygarth, Oswestry, Shropshire
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Chirk Station1.1 miles
- Gobowen Station3.1 miles
- Ruabon Station4.7 miles
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