A spacious and characterful five bedroom village farm house with vaulted drawing room and minstrels gallery set within mature gardens and grounds extending to 1.13 acres.
Rednal Manor started life as a period farmhouse and outbuildings. Under the supervision of the renowned architect Graham Moss, the house has been sensitively and tastefully refurbished and reconfigured. This has resulted in a large and elegant period manor house with graceful reception rooms and large bedrooms offering contemporary family accommodation with characterful features.
The tall and wide front door opens to a barn like reception hall with glazed windows to the front leading...
The specular feature of this village house is the stunning vaulted drawing room with log burner and spiral staircase leading to the minstrels gallery above. The dual aspect formal reception room is light and airy and suitable for both entertaining and family life. The dining room opens to the terrace with period exposed beams and brick wall. The family sitting room naturally divides into two with a cosy snug sitting area in front of the fireplace and a further dining/play room/study to the other portion. Situated at the far side of the house, this versatile space will ensure family life works cohesively with entertaining. Two sets of steps lead up to the kitchen/breakfast room which is farmhouse in style, with rural views and access to the terrace. Fitted with lined oak units, a range cooker and central island, this is a cooks dream with views for all seasons.
A downstairs cloakroom, laundry/boot room and store room completes the grounds floor accommodation.
A very useful and adaptable room is accessed externally above one of the garages and is used as home office. Ideal for those working from home, this space could also serve as ancillary accommodation for a nanny or relative to use, subject to the relative planning permissions.
To the first floor is a long, wide and light L shaped landing. The principal bedroom has stunning views across the gardens, paddock and farmland beyond. The en-suite has a slipper bath, shower cubicle and twin basins. A door leads to bedroom five, currently used as a large dressing room with another door to the minstrels gallery. This room could be utilised as a guest suite with a Jack and Jill bathroom to the principal bedroom if required. There are three further double bedrooms with feature beams, complimented with and recently refitted en-suite shower room and family bathroom, making this a practical family home.
General Services: Mains electrcity and water. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage - septic tank and soakaway, Fixtures and fittings: Only those items known as fixtures and fittings will be included in the sale. Certain items such as garden ornaments, carpets and curtains may be available by separate negotiation. Wayleaves, rights of way and easements: The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.
This property has 1.13 acres of land.
Outbuildings There are two garages integrated to the house. Within the paddock is a summerhouse, that subject to the relevant planning permissions could be a further home office space/garden room/hobby room.
Outside The country gardens and grounds at Rednal Manor are a delightful feature and offer a horticultural oasis throughout the seasons. Specimen trees include a weeping willow and flowering cherries with a rockery close to the terrace that's planted with alpine plants. The terrace is on two levels and leads from the breakfast area, dining and drawing rooms, perfect for alfresco living. There are deep cottage style boarders to the front and rear that have been attractively planted with mature shrubs, annuals and perennials. Beyond the formal gardens is the paddock from where the staggering rural views across Shropshire can be truly enjoyed. To the bottom of the paddock is a small orchards with separate access to the lane.
The front garden offers lawns and sweeping gravel drive with a high hedged ensuring privacy and creating the feeling that Rednal Manor is the villages' best keep secret.
The overall acreage is 1.13.
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