Ebnal Hall is a terrific Grade II listed country house built during the reign of William and Mary. The property is built of a mellow red brick under a hipped slate roof with striking period features. The house has undergone a substantial period of restoration and now offers exceptionally well presented accommodation with a new large kitchen which opens onto a contemporary living space.
The formal rooms lead off the main hallway and offer an easy flow of adaptable, well-proportioned rooms with high ceilings, deep sill windows and fireplaces.
The Hall comprises reception hall, drawing room, dining room, music room, sitting room, and a kitchen/breakfast room opening to a living room on the ground floor. There are also various cloakrooms, a utility room, boot room and cellar and upstairs is a master bedroom with en suite dressing room and bathroom, with 5/6 further bedrooms, a bathroom and three shower rooms.
The Hall is south facing with a charming 18th century walled garden to the front. There is also a paved terrace area accessible from the kitchen for outdoor dining and entertaining with an attractive pond. Behind are further lawned gardens, a wildlife pool and an orchard with a variety of productive cherry, apple, pear and plum trees. The land totals around eight acres. A further outbuilding could be adapted into stables if necessary.
The Hall is surrounded by unspoiled countryside in all directions with a backdrop of the Welsh Hills and the house is just five miles from the A5 between Chester and Shrewsbury.
The Hall is also close to the villages of Gobowen and St Martins which both have good local amenities, and there is a wide range of recreational activities nearby from walking to riding to golf.
The guide price is £895,000. For further information telephone Savills on 01952 239 500 or visit www.savills.co.uk.