The Library is part of the impressive 17th century Wynnstay Hall. The 7 bedroom house is a perfect family home.
The Grade II* listed mansion house was originally built in the 17th century and was formerly the principal seat of the Williams-Wynn family.
The Library was restored back to its former glory in 2016 following a full renovation. This included a complete re-wire, re plumbing and restoration of stunning period features including original fireplaces, cast iron radiators and exceptional Minton tiled flooring.
The Hall has a grand approach along a 0.75 mile private tree lined driveway. There is ample parking to the side of the estate house where there are three allocated parking spaces with additional visitor spaces available.
The Library is approached via the Grade I listed formal gardens to the rear, which were originally designed in 1777 by the renowned Lancelot Capability' Brown.
The striking 70ft hallway runs the length of the property offering access to three reception rooms, contemporary kitchen, living area with open fire and spacious dining room with a spectacular domed roof which was restored when the property was refurbished in 2016.
The house benefits from a 28ft indoor swimming pool complimented by a fully equipped gymnasium with steam room and shower facilities.
The original stone staircase leads to the first floor where there are seven bedrooms including two master suites.
There are four bathrooms in total, two en suite and two family bathrooms. There is also an additional WC.