Farley, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY5 9QB | Property for sale | Savills
3,919 sq ft(364.09 sq m)
Guide price £1,250,000(€1,425,264)

FarleyShrewsbury, Shropshire, SY5 9QB


    Key features

    • A fine example of a delightful family home finished to a very high standard.
    • Conveniently located approximately one mile from Pontesbury, close to Shrewsbury (7 miles).
    • There is a large carport and garage complex which is currently being used as a storage / workshop area.
    • The property features a paddock of 1.73 acres (0.7 ha), the whole totalling 2.42 acres (0.97 ha).
    • An additional 7+ acres may be available if required.

    An impressive beautifully appointed Country House, with breath-taking views over rolling countryside.

    About this property

    • The impressive drawing room can be accessed either through the hallway or by an archway from the kitchen. The drawing room boasts a triple aspect, an open fire, sash windows all around with patio doors that lead out to the garden, floor to ceiling bespoke bookcases and cabinets to either side of the arched framed hardwood doors. The cosy dining room, large enough for a table of eight, features an Inglenook fireplace, Oak beamed ceiling, bespoke cabinets and bookcases to either sides of the fireplace and views of the delightful surrounding countryside.

      The spacious kitchen has ample cupboard space, with granite work surfaces, that are complimented by a distinctive Cherrywood island. The kitchen has limestone flooring with beamed ceilings. The kitchen is fully equipped with German appliances, including an Aga, two ovens, ceramic hob, dishwasher, refrigerator / freezer and electric pop-up extractor fan unit. There is a separate larder / pantry for food storage. The kitchen has internal folding doors which lead to the sitting room. If opened, the kitchen area can be extended to an impressive 10 metres in length.

      The principal rooms are accessed off the kitchen with the sitting room on the right featuring a large clear glass woodburning stove and panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Once the kitchen has been extended by 10 metres, it offers an open-plan arrangement with the cosy sitting room and kitchen making for a very comfortable living atmosphere particularly when cooking or relaxing. This then leads to the triple aspect study / office which also boasts breath-taking views over the countryside and garden. Patio doors lead out to the garden area.

      On entering into the impressive glazed hall there is a feeling of space. The hall provides access to the principle rooms of the house and boasts a full length set of windows and French doors with a polished limestone flooring. To the left is the cloakroom with bespoke fitted cupboards and shelving for numerous books and a WC. Externally, the gardens are beautifully maintained with an abundance of herbaceous borders and shrubs, topiary buxus, mature yew and photina hedging and a sweeping avenue of semi mature hornbeam which gracefully wrap along the edges of the drive. There are numerous seating areas to take advantage of the stunning views.

      The principal bedroom incorporates its own bespoke walkin wardrobe dressing room which has generous capacity for clothing. The principal bedroom leads to the en-suite bathroom with a large shower and bath, vanity unit and an in-built cupboard. The principlal bedroom benefits from a triple aspect and enjoys extensive and breath-taking views of the surrounding open countryside.

      Outside

      There is a large carport and garage complex which is currently being used as a storage / workshop area. The property at night is lit by extensive exterior lighting throughout, operated by sensors and remote control activators. There is ample parking space for numerous cars and a lovely sweeping drive both to the front, side and rear of the property providing a wonderful sense of grandeur and seclusion. The lawns and borders have inbuilt automatic sprinklers and are operated by timers.

      The house is completely shielded on the Western side offering complete privacy. To the East, also totally private, the formal garden provides a terrace and 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+ acres may be available if required.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    I am in awe of the wonderful views from this property and how conveniently located to Shrewsbury it is

    Tony Morris-EytonProperty agent

    Local information

    • Yockleton is approximateley 2 miles away and the popular village of Pontesbury is within a 7 minute driving distance and includes a Post Office, Church, small supermarket, garage, café and the renowned Hignetts butchers, bakers, green grocers and more who have been established for over 100 years.
    • A more comprehensive range of services can be found in Shrewsbury (7 miles) approximately 15 minute driving distance, which provides an excellent range of shops, educational and recreational facilities and much more. Shrewsbury and Shropshire provides for a high number of highly regarded independent shops, restaurants and cafes and is a popular tourist destination.
    • A wonderful and peaceful county to live in. “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”. Country Life magazine … There are also many respected preparatory, senior and public schools including, Shrewsbury School, Shrewsbury High School, Packwood Haugh, Prestfelde.
    • 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).
    • (All mileages are approximate).

    Additional information

    • Council Tax- Shropshire- Band G
    • Directions: SAT NAV WILL NOT NECESSARILY TAKE YOU TO THE PROPERTY From the A5 /A488 roundabout head towards Pontesbury. When in Pontesbury proceed round the one way road past the church on the right until the junction. At the junction – crossover the A488 and continue straight ahead (along Station road). At the end of the road (1.5 miles) there is a grass triangle. Proceed – right signposted to Farley, Edge. Chartbrook House can be found after 100 metres the first property on the left hand side.
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G