A pretty Georgian house with about 17 acres, a separate cottage and a maisonette
Pentre Uchaf Hall is a charming Grade II listed Georgian country house set in around 17 acres of parkland and woodland with two wildlife pools. The house has a great balance of elegant, well-proportioned rooms with an adjoining Maisonette with enormous potential to extend the living accommodation.
The house is entered via a shared private driveway, through a laurel avenue which sweeps to reveal the pretty principle façade.
Stone steps rise to the front door which opens to the entrance hall with solid oak flooring which continues throughout the reception rooms and from which, the attractive staircase spirals to the first floor. To the left is the drawing room with an elegant sash bay window, ceiling rose and Victorian open fire place. To the right is the dining room with a sash bay window, storage cupboards and leads to the library which has built in bookshelves.
The kitchen currently houses a 2 door AGA with a utility room opposite. A door from the kitchen leads directly to the maisonette hallway with a door also leading outside.
Formally the servants wing, the maisonette currently comprises of three good sized rooms and a kitchen with scullery on the ground floor and two bedrooms and a bathroom to the first floor which subject to the necessary planning offers huge potential to extend the current ground floor and accommodation. The garden room and grooms room can also be accessed from the maisonette or the courtyard.
The principal staircase is an original oak, Georgian spiralling staircase. There is a curved door which leads to a bedroom, bathroom and study which has the potential to be opened through to the flat comprising of a living area, three bedrooms and a bathroom.
On the first floor are two good sized double bedrooms with open views to the front and one with a dressing room. The second floor has a further two double bedrooms with original oak flooring.
Pentre Uchaf Hall enjoys a wonderful rural position, approached via post and railed private road with parkland on either side which splits to provide access to the front of the hall and the courtyard to the rear of the house.
There is a circular lawn to the front of the property with a bluebell wood to the left and a ha-ha providing a boundary to the parkland beyond. There is a picturesque wildlife pool surrounded by wild flowers and an attractive oak tree which attracts a number of species including swans, herons, moor hens and coots. The River Morda follows the boundary of one of the paddocks.
The remainder of the lands is on the other side of the driveway and currently is grazed by cows and sheep. There is a second wild life pool which the current owners swim in the summer months and an area planted with a number of Scots pine trees. To the rear of the house is an orchard.
There are a number of barns and outbuildings comprising of the old coach house, the old cattle shed, a larger barn and a number of store rooms.
Roses creep up the façade of Stable Cottage. There is a good sized sitting room with a wall of bookshelves and wood burning stove, a kitchen with tiled flooring, exposed timbers, a wood burning stove and French doors onto a terrace and a further family room. There is also a W/C. On the first floor are three bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Outside is a lawn area and terrace with far reaching, countryside views.
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I love the French feel in this charming Georgian houseTony Morris-Eyton