A striking property with far reaching views across the Severn valley, set in about 9.97 acres, available as a whole or in two lots.
The Rhallt is a wonderful four bedroom family home, with a pretty principle facade set in just under 10 acres of gardens, pasture land and woodland and available as a whole or in 2 lots. The original house dates to the 17th century and has been extended and improved to provide spacious and modern living over three floors.
The property is approached via an elevated terrace to the garden room, with ceramic patterned tiles. French doors open to a terrace which enjoys far reaching, southern views.
From the garden room, double doors lead to the hallway which features an exposed stone wall. From the hallway, the library has a range of custom made, adjustable book shelves and a feature fireplace. This opens in to the sitting room, with a dual aspect and French doors opening into the garden room providing lots of natural light, an inglenook style fireplace with a wood burning stove and a built in TV unit and separate cupboard with granite surfaces. The dining room features a large bay window overlooking the front garden and a corner fireplace with period oak surround. There is also a snug off the hall, currently used as a home office.
Steps rise to the breakfast room with a breakfast bar, built in wine racks, an integrated NEF microwave and coffee machine. This opens in to the kitchen which is well equipped with a range of built in cupboards and units with granite work tops, integrated dishwasher and fridge/ freezer, a double butlers sink, Falcon five ring double oven and cooker. Double French doors open on to a large terrace, ideal for alfresco dining. There is also a WC off.
Stairs lead to the lower ground floor. Here is a spacious area, previously used as a gym, a hot tub with mosaic tiling and granite surround, steam room and a boot room with a utility/ WC off.
Upstairs, the principal bedroom suite is a generously proportioned room with glorious dual aspect views across the Severn valley. It comprises a dressing area, walk in wardrobe and ensuite shower room with a double shower, marble surfaced vanity unit with wash basin and cupboards. There are a further three double bedrooms and an impressive family bathroom featuring a twin basin vanity unit with marble surround, double ended bath set in marble with mirrored surround and a tiled shower cubicle.
The property is approached via a tarmacadam driveway which passes the house to a parking and turning area. The large garage could lend itself to a multitude of uses subject to the correct planning permissions. Currently, the two storey building comprises of an entrance hall, kitchenette, cloakroom with WC, workshop and garaging area. Stairs lead to an open plan area, which has previously been used as an office, with double doors on to a south facing balcony. There is a large orangery which opens on to a patio area with a greenhouse and flower boxes.
The south facing front garden is mainly laid to lawn with established borders and benefits from a summer house fitted with electricity and mains water. There are three paved and planted terraces with natural stone walls. To the rear of the house is a wooded area, complete with bluebells in the spring. Beyond is the field, orchard and wood.
Below the house is the kitchen garden comprising of a number of raised beds, established fruit bushes and trees and water pool. There is also a gardeners shed.
Lot 2 extends to approximately 4.84 acres of grazing land with mains water connected, a combined mobile field shelter and stable with bark flooring.
There is a common right of way which is marked by a brown line on the site plan.
You feel on top of the world at the Rhallt.Tony Morris-Eyton