Believed to date back to 1545, Elsich Manor is an historic Elizabethan property which has been renovated to an incredibly high standard by the present owners, who have been in the house for eleven years. The unique hexagonal tower is the main reason for the Grade II* listing but many rooms also boast outstanding historical characteristics including studded external doors, exposed timbers and wooden floors.
Accommodation in arranged over three floors with extensive cellars below and combines a fine range of reception rooms, seven bedrooms, four bathrooms and two shower rooms – an outstanding feature of the house is the sitting room, which is a wonderfully light room despite extensive panelling with a huge open fireplace and great double doors opening onto the drawing room. It also features a fascinating spice cupboard built into the wall where Elizabethans kept their precious spices under lock and key. The kitchen has a lovely cosy feel and an electric AGA.
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Outside the gardens are exceptionally pretty and include a barn, summerhouse, pigsties and a duck pond all set in over nine acres.
The house is located in a small rural hamlet called Seifton within easy reach of many popular market towns including Much Wenlock, Craven Arms and Ludlow. Diddlebury and the village of Munslow offer good amenities close to the house including shops and a local primary school.
London is just three hours by train and there is beautiful walking in the area as well as riding, golf and National Hunt Racing.
The guide price is £1,250,000. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01584 873711 or visit www.struttandparker.com.
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