Llandrinio, Llanymynech, Powys, SY22 6SG | Property for sale | Savills
558.44 sq m
Guide price £1,150,000(69,537,955 EGP)

LlandrinioLlanymynech, Powys, SY22 6SG

    Key features

    • Situated at the edge of a village in a rural setting with wonderful views towards The Breiddens.
    • Offering a fabulous private home which is also currently run as a successful Airbnb.
    • The area has some highly regarded schools in the state and private sector including Oswestry School, Llangollen High School, Shrewsbury School, Bellan House and Moreton Hall.
    • There is a train station at Welshpool (approximately 8 miles) with links to Shrewsbury, the West Midlands and the Welsh coast.
    • The area is situated near The Offa's Dyke Path, and is well located for wonderful walking, cycling, riding and fishing.
    • The village of Llandrinio has a petrol station with a village shop and post office, The Punch Bowl pub and a village hall.

    The most wonderful family home with income potential, set in about 1.42 acres.

    About this property

    • Llandrinio Hall is an extremely sophisticated ‘grown up' house which has a fabulous feel to it. The hall is believed to be the oldest extant brick built building in Montgomeryshire. Not only does it work wonderfully as a family home, it also lends itself as being a great house for entertaining and as a holiday let/Airbnb. The house originates from around 1682 and was originally the home of the Robert Peel Family. There are some wonderful features including exposed beams, large sash windows and working shutters, original oak floorboards, and the fabulous staircase. The whole house has a BOSE sound system wired in which also works in the wet room and on the terrace garden.

      The accommodation flows beautifully from the central living room which has a wood burning stove and double doors leading outside to the front of the house and driveway. The billiards room has wooden flooring, an open fire place, is double aspect and currently houses a 1907 snooker table from North Wales which can be purchased by way of separate negotiation. The cinema room serves well as a family room with an open fireplace and has a soundproof floor.

      The family kitchen offers a wonderful space for entertaining with farmhouse style units, pebbledash walls, Norwegian granite worktops, a Falcon Range oven with gas hob, integrated dishwasher and quarry tiled flooring. Doors lead through to the conservatory and dining area with fabulous views towards Rodney's Pillar and over the formal gardens on which you can access through a set of French doors. The morning room is currently used as an office/playroom.

      The beautiful, solid oak Caroleanne staircase rises from an inner hallway to the first floor where there are two good size double bedrooms and a blue themed family bathroom. A door provides access to a corridor where there is a further double bedroom with a four poster Emperor bed (available by separate negotiation), a double bedroom, a large linen cupboard, a twin/laundry room, a family bathroom and a separate wet room with a monsoon shower, pebble dash walls and floor, and a heated towel rail.

      The second floor is split into two wings with two separate staircases accessed from the first floor. On the one side, is a double bedroom with a decorative arched window and a large attic store. On the second floor of the other wing, are two double bedrooms with a landing area in-between.

      The house is approached via a long tarmac, lime tree avenue to a sweep to the front of the house onto a gravel parking area. The main garden with its wonderful views over to Rodney's Pillar is laid out with a formal lawn with topiary yew hedges and a kitchen garden, opening to an orchard area. A private enclosed garden includes an outside chess set, but could serve well as a vegetable garden.

    For me this is your classically beautiful family home

    Peter DabornProperty agent

    Local information

    • Llandrinio is a village situated on the Powys/Shropshire borders and is surrounded by farmland with a back drop of The Breiddens which incorporate Rodney's Pillar, Moel Y Golfa and Middletown Hill. The village church is significant being a Norman Church of St Trunio and is a Grade II Listed building.
    • Welshpool approximately 8 miles away, has a selection of independent and high street shops, restaurants, supermarkets, leisure centre and the well-known Powis Castle, owned by The National Trust which hosts a number of events throughout the year.
    • Welshpool and Llanymynech (3.8 miles), have very popular Golf Courses of 12 and 18 holes. Oswestry (10 miles away), and Shrewsbury (14 miles), offer a wider selection of shops, restaurants, schooling and also provides access onto the A5, M54, A483 and M56 for onward travel and communication links North, East and South.
    • Gobowen Station is approximately 12 miles away with links to Chester, Crewe, Shrewsbury, Birmingham and London Euston.

    Additional information

    • Powys County Council- Band H.
    • Mains water, electricity, oil central heating, private drainage. Calor gas bottles for the hob.
    • Grade II Listed.
    • Brochure prepared: 2023/01 BTJ
    • Photographs:2022 2023/01-Chris Curl and clients own
    • Directions: From Shrewsbury Take the A458 signposted to Welshpool. After the village of Ford, take the B4393 to the right signposted to Four Crosses and Lake Vyrnwy. After approximately 8 miles having passed through Alberbury, Crew Green and 3.4 of a mile after the bridge crossing the River Severn, the driveway to Llandrinio Hall will be seen on the left. From Oswestry From the Mile End Roundabout take the A483 signposted to Welshpool. Continue through Pant and Llanymynech and at the Four Crosses crossroad take the B4393 signposted to Llandrinio. On arriving in the village of Llandrinio, continue past the Punch Bowl Public house and the driveway to Llandrinio Hall will be found on the right hand side on leaving the village.
    • EPC Rating: F
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: H