A pretty Georgian house with period features, a range of outbuildings. The house overlooks beautiful gardens and the countryside beyond.
The Beeches is an alluring country home dating back to the 1800's with later additions. The property is entered into a large entrance hall, paved with Indian limestone tiles and has French windows that overlook the gardens and offer in plenty of natural light.
The large drawing room has an open fireplace, decorative cornicing and a wooden oak floor which leads into the library. From here, there is a spacious orangery with open views over the gardens and countryside beyond. The flooring is Indian limestone and French doors lead out onto a terrace. The dining room has a large fireplace and views overlooking the garden, adjacent is a cosy snug with a log burner and traditional shutter windows. There is also a shower room with WC on the ground floor.
The kitchen has exposed beams, a two door Aga which also heats the water, an adjoining pantry and separate china cupboard. Oak flooring continues into a breakfast room where the central staircase leads to the first floor.
On the first floor there is a large principal bedroom with built in wardrobes and large windows overlooking the gardens. There are a further four bedrooms, two of which are spacious double rooms and a family bathroom.
The property is approached from the lane over a gravelled drive way with ample parking. Outside a range of traditional brick barns, originally the stables and cow stalls, comprise of a double carport, gardeners shed, workshop and long barn which has been used a home office and have first floor space and a connecting door lending themselves to exciting, further improvements (subject to planning permission.) A traditional potting shed that extends into a large heated glasshouse with a vegetable garden beyond and a fenced pony paddock.
The garden is mainly laid to lawn with rose beds and a sunken garden leading to a wild garden abundant with camellias, magnolias and cherry trees, to name a few. This continues to a nursery paddock with beech, oak and walnut trees planted some 20 years ago. There is a beautiful summer house with fine views over the open farmland.
Photographs taken: May 2019
Brochure prepared: May 2019
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Surrounded by beautiful Shropshire countryside.Tony Morris-Eyton