Substantial Stone Country Estate Set Amongst Acres Of Gardens And Woodlands

Bronygarth, Oswestry, United Kingdom
GBP|1150000GBP £1,150,000USD $1,533,640
MLS CSD210220
Web code JXOW
Status Active

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Total Beds
Full Baths
Lot Size (M2)


Available for the first time in nearly forty years this classic, square country house is built of stone and offers windows to all four sides maximising the staggering rural views. Situated within the highly regarded location of Bronygarth this spacious and well planned home has gracious and flexible accommodation across both the main house and coach house.The front door opens to a large, square reception hall with wood burning stove and large window to the side. The library, a charming room with inset log burner and fitted bookshelves, is discreetly to the left with the rest of the ground floor...

accommodation to the right. The main feature of this home is the spectacular dual aspect drawing room, perfect for entertaining, with period stone fireplace and staggering rural views across the countryside and hills beyond. The large dining room is to the rear with feature fire surround and windows to two sides with doors opening to a south facing terrace. This is ideal for al fresco dining maximising the late sunshine. A further door leads to the butlers pantry, with drinks sink, shelves and fitted cupboards, linking the dining room to the kitchen. The breakfast kitchen is a spacious room with vaulted ceiling and windows to two sides with woodland views to the rear and garden views to the fore. Cleverley divided into a summer and winter kitchen this room has been attractively fitted with a mixture of painted and wooden units there is a Rayburn, integrated oven and hob as well as space for free standing furniture and a feature island. The utility/boot room, larder, water closet and cellar completes the downstairs accommodation. A wide staircase with feature cathedral window leads to the light flooded landing. The principle bedroom has a feature period fireplace and dual aspect windows with rural views. Situated to the rear the guest suite benefits from an en suite shower room with views to two sides and ample space for free standing furniture. There are two further double bedrooms, linen cupboard, family bathroom with bath and built in cupboards and a good sized family shower room with walk-in shower cubicle. All the bathrooms have recently been refitted with white sanitary ware. Detached from the house and located close to the back drive the coach house has been converted into two spacious studio apartments with shower rooms and separate access to each side making them very private and ideal for guests, relatives, staff, a lareg home office or utilised as Air BnB. There is a further feature garden room to the ground floor facing the paddock and woodland beyond. The garden, paddock and woodland are an outstanding feature of Temple Garth and complement the rural setting very well with their maturity and parkland feel. They extend to 12.99 acres in total. Temple Garth is accessed via gated gravel driveways. Both the formal front drive and back drive sweep to the side of the house with access to the garage block and coach house along with ample parking. The gardens are a superb feature and offer a formal lawned area (previously a tennis lawn) to the front with established and mature planting. There is a vegetable garden with greenhouse and shed, an attractive copse area and paddocks to the rear. The private and established woodland is well maintained with an enchanting with a fascinating stone ‘temple’ as well as gated access to the lane. Reputedly built in 1850, using limestone from Llanymynech, as a folly for The Quinta Estate the temple has been described as one of the most eccentric park structures in Shropshire.

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