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Folley Road, Ackleton, Wolverhampton, Shropshire, WV6

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Added on 22/02/2021
Savills, Telford

Key features

  • Elegant house in a small picturesque village.
  • Perfect balance of formal and informal rooms ideal for modern family living.
  • Balcony over looking the stunning gardens.
  • Beautifully aged oak floors and doors.
  • Opportunity to reinstate tennis court.
  • EPC Rating = F

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

An enchanting seven bed period house in a village location, with outbuildings


Sympathetically extended at the front and rear in the late 1920s, the Manor house is surrounded by beautiful traditional gardens. This elegant yet comfortable residence sits behind a refined frontage with large bow windows and an imposing neo-classical entrance.

Within the historic main hall exudes a sense of grandeur which befits this fine English country house, with three reception rooms leading off to provide both formal and informal living spaces. The long breakfast kitchen features a substantial Aga and prestigious Martin Moore designed classic kitchen, with both a separate larder and utility off. The extensive dry cellars inspire infinite possible uses, whilst on the first floor the Manor boasts a spacious study or library and a spectacular garden room with a balcony overlooking the stunning gardens which could be easily used as a private office with its own separate doors to the room below.

Three vast double bedrooms including the principal suite are arranged across the first floor,well-served by a huge house bathroom, whilst the second floor rooms are unusually large, providing three doubles, one single and a further elegant bathroom. Throughout, this wonderful family home retains many character features, including a number of working early twentieth-century light-switches, aged oak floors and period interior doors, with some original sash window shaving folding panelled internal shutters.

The gardens and grounds are exquisitely beautiful and completely private, notwithstanding its convenient village location. The centrepiece of the gardens is the wonderful 250-year-old oak tree in its perfect symmetrical form.


Ackleton is a small picturesque village just nine miles to the west of Wolverhampton and six miles to the town of Bridgnorth.

With excellent access to the road network, the village is also ideally positioned for access to rail connections at both Telford and Wolverhampton.

The city centres of Wolverhampton and Birmingham both provide excellent shopping, educational and recreational facilities. Alternatively, to the West is the pretty market town of Bridgnorth, renowned for England’s oldest and steepest inland electric funicular railway linking the high and low towns. It has an excellent range of independent shops, restaurants, antique shops and open air markets which attract shoppers from far and wide.

The area is well-provided for with regard to schooling at all levels by both the state and independent sectors, with the latter encompassing Birchfield Prep near Albrighton, Tettenhall College, Wolverhampton Grammar School and St Dominic’s for Girls at Brewood.

Ackleton Manor, connected for centuries with local gentry, originated at some time during 1727 as evidenced by a date stone set within the exterior brickwork.

Square Footage: 4,930 sq ft

Acreage: 1.7 Acres


From Telford: take the A442 signed Bridgnorth to the Sutton Maddock roundabout, take the third road off the B4176, after about 5 miles you come to a cross roads signed Worfield to the right and Ackleton to the left. Proceed down Folley Road and Ackleton Manor is found after about half a mile on the right.

From Wolverhampton: take the A454 round to Bridgnorth then take the B7176 Signed Telford take the first crossroad to the right into Ackleton (Folly Road) Ackleton Manor is found on the right after half a mile.

It should be noted Sat Nav only take you as far as Folly Road and not to directly outside the property.


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Folley Road, Ackleton, Wolverhampton, Shropshire, WV6


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Cosford Station4.5 miles
  • Albrighton Station4.8 miles
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