Patton House was built in 1801 and sits in a wonderful, elevated position within 37 acres of beautiful grounds, with magnificent panoramic views over the spectacular surrounding countryside.
Typical of its period, the property has well-proportioned square rooms and high ceilings. Both formal reception rooms are positioned to the front of the house to take advantage of the wonderful views: the dining room has a large bay window with original shutters and bell pull along with built-in leaded cupboards and a beautiful Georgian fireplace, while the drawing room also offers French doors out to the terrace.
The kitchen/breakfast room is a traditional family space with a slate floor; French doors lead out to the partly covered courtyard to the rear of the house. The morning room, which lies adjacent to the kitchen, has a wonderful illuminated Victorian glass window and slate floor along with French doors out to the garden.
The ‘working’ area of the house is positioned to the rear: the utility room has lots of storage and a large built in drying cupboard. Beyond the utility room there is a useful study/home office and a shower room – the rear porch/boot room provides additional access to the courtyard. This is an exceptionally useful and versatile area which could be adapted for a variety of purposes
A downstairs cloakroom completes the ground floor accommodation. Bedrooms are laid out across two floors upstairs – there are four bedrooms on each floor served by two family bathrooms.
The house has undergone a considerable amount of renovation in the past decade with new plumbing, wiring, insulation, new double glazed sash windows and a new roof.
The Coach house has one bedroom and offers ancillary accommodation to the main property.
Lot 1 comprises the main house, coach house, stables, storage, garaging and eight acres
Lot 2 comprises approximately 13 acres of land surrounding Lot 1
Lot 3 comprises the barns with planning permission for conversion for three further dwellings and a commercial unit
Lot 4 comprises around 15 acres of arable land with outbuildings
Patton House is situated a short distance outside of the pretty rural hamlet of Bourton. A good selection of facilities can be found in the nearby town of Much Wenlock, which a small supermarket, butchers, bakery, bookshop, post office and a doctor’s surgery. There are also a number of individual shops, public houses and restaurants.
The historic town of Ludlow and the County Town of Shrewsbury are both within commuting distance and provide a more extensive selection of amenities including train stations. There is also a train station at Telford (15 miles)
The guide price is £995,000 for the whole; For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01743 284 200 or visit www.struttandparker.com.
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