Farley, Pontesbury, Shrewsbury, Shrosphire, SY5 9QB | Property for sale | Savills
364.09 to 364.09 sq m
Guide price £1,595,000(94,722,936 EGP)

FarleyPontesbury, Shrewsbury, Shrosphire, SY5 9QB


    Key features

    • BEAUTIFULLY APPOINTED, ARCHITECTURALLY STYLISH – YET COZY WONDERFUL FAMILY HOME
    • BEAUTIFUL PRIVATE GARDENS – EASILY MANAGEABLE
    • BREATHTAKING VIEWS OVER SHROPSHIRE ROLLING COUNTRYSIDE
    • EXCELLENT LOCAL AMENITIES
    • PONTESBURY 1 MILE, SHREWSBURY 10 MINUTES AWAY
    • THE WHOLE 2.42 acres. AN ADDITIONAL 7+ ACRES MAY BE AVAILABLE if required

    A beautifully appointed Country House set in 2.19 acres finished to an exceptionally high standard with breath-taking views over rolling Countryside.

    About this property

    • Chartbrook House is a wonderful family home and situated in a delightful position with breathtaking views over some of Shropshire's most stunning countryside.

      Conveniently located just a short minutes drive or walking distance to Pontesbury which is a thriving local village with excellent amenities including: Greengrocers / Butchers & Bakers, Post Office, small / medium Supermarkets, Café, Restaurant, Garage, Doctors and Dental surgeries, several lovely and interesting pubs and much more.

      With glorious local walks, numerous cycling routes, a vibrant village, Shrewsbury just 10 minutes away by car - Chartbrook House is ideally positioned to explore and enjoy this most beautiful County and for access to all the major motorway networks and larger cities.


      GROUND FLOOR

      The impressive Hall provides space and stylish architecture and access to the principal rooms of the house and boasts a full length set of windows and French doors complimented with polished limestone flooring.

      The drawing room can be accessed from the hallway or conveniently from the kitchen, complimented by a triple aspect, open fire with limestone surround, hardwood sash windows with patio doors that lead out to the delightful gardens. Floor to ceiling bespoke bookcases and cabinets to either side of the arched framed hardwood doors compliment this most beautiful and handsome room.

      The dining room, a perfect size for entertaining, features an Inglenook fireplace and oak beamed ceiling. Bespoke cabinets and bookcases to either sides of the fireplace. The views of the surrounding countryside from the dining room window are breathtaking.

      The spacious and stylish kitchen has ample cupboard and storage space, with high quality granite work surfaces, that are complimented by a distinctive Cherrywood island. The kitchen has limestone flooring, beamed ceiling, an Aga and is fully equipped with all German appliances – including two ovens, ceramic hob, dishwasher, refrigerator / freezer and electric pop-up extractor.

      Then kitchen adjoins the sitting room (snug) and can be extended to over 10 metres which makes a very comfortable open plan living space particularly when cooking, relaxing or entertaining.

      Double glass doors lead from the Sitting room (snug) to the triple aspect Study which also boasts breath-taking views over the garden and surrounding countryside. Triple aspect and Patio doors lead out to the courtyard and garden area.


      UPSTAIRS

      There are five bedrooms including the principal bedroom which incorporates a walk-in dressing room and en suite. The principal bedroom leads to the en suite with a large shower, bath, vanity unit and built in cupboards and benefits from a triple aspect (windows) offering extensive and breath-taking views of the surrounding countryside.

      In addition to the principal bedroom, there are 3 large double bedrooms, one with en-suite and a further single bedroom which is currently being used as a music room. A family bathroom with bath and shower services the bedrooms without en-suite's.

      The upstairs landing is light and airy with excellent wall / ceiling lighting and with panoramic far reaching views from most of the windows over the surrounding countryside.



      OUTSIDE / GARDENS

      The gardens are beautifully maintained with an abundance of herbaceous borders and shrubs, topiary buxus, mature yew and photina hedging with magnificent panoramic views of the glorious Shropshire rolling countryside There are numerous seating areas to take advantage of the stunning views.

      A sweeping avenue of semi mature hornbeam gracefully wrap along the edges of the drive, which creates a wonderful canopy of foliage.

      There is a large carport and garage complex for storage / workshop / log store.

      The property is lit by extensive exterior lighting operated by sensors and remote control activators. The lawns and borders have built-in automatic sprinklers which are operated by electronic timers.

      There is ample parking space for numerous cars and a lovely sweeping drive both to the front, side and rear, providing a wonderful sense of grandeur and seclusion. The house is completely shielded on the Western side offering complete privacy. To the East, there is a private formal garden and terrace and with water feature. The property features a paddock of 1.73 acres (0.7 ha), with the whole totalling 2.42 acres (0.97 ha). An additional 7 plus acres (2.83 ha) which would be ideal for paddocks may be available for rent and is owned by a third party..

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    The ultimate rural idyll in the heart of the glorious Shropshire countryside.

    Peter DabornProperty agent

    Local information

    • The popular village of Pontesbury is just within a minutes drive. A more comprehensive range of amenities, which provides for an excellent range of shops, educational and recreational facilities can be found in Shrewsbury (7 miles) approximately 10 minute driving distance.
    • Shrewsbury provides for a high number of highly regarded independent shops, restaurants and cafes and is a popular tourist destination. “Surrounded by beautiful open countryside and benefiting from highly regarded schools and a tradition of esteemed local events, Shrewsbury is a prestigious County
    • town with a homely feel to it.” A quote from Country Life magazine.
    • There are also many respected preparatory, senior and public schools including, Shrewsbury School, Shrewsbury High School, Packwood Haugh, Prestfelde and Moreton Hall.
    • The area enjoys good road access with the A488 leading to the A5 which connects to the national motorway network via the M54.
    • From Chartbrook House to Birmingham airport (51 miles), Manchester airport (55 miles). Shrewsbury train station to London Euston (2 hrs 34 mins).

    Additional information

    • Services: Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fuelled central heating plus working fireplaces.
    • Council Tax: Band -G
    • Postcode: SYS 9QB
    • EPC: E
    • Local Authority: Shropshire Council (0345 678900)
    • Broadband: Our research has indicated that superfast fibre is available at this property. Please conduct your own research to ensure the speed meets your requirements.
    • Directions: Enter Pontesbury in your SatNav or from the A5 /A488 roundabout head towards Pontesbury. When in Pontesbury proceed round the one way road past until the junction. At the junction – cross over the road and continue straight ahead (Station road). At the end of the road (1.5 miles) there is a grass triangle, proceed – right signposted to Farley. Chartbrook House can be found after 100 metres the first property on the left hand side. what3words: valve.pushes.unlimited
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G