Pentre is an outstanding Tudor farmhouse constructed of brick under a tiled roof, thought to have been built in around 1510, and as such has lots of attractive beams and fireplaces. Later extensions have given the house more space.
On the ground floor are the dining hall and the drawing room, both which have fireplaces and tiled floors, with great views. The kitchen, larder and boot room are all at the back of the house, while the study provides an extra space which could be another bedroom or bathroom if desired.
The master bedroom suite upstairs has a log burner and a fantastic dressing room; there are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
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Outside is a two-bedroom cottage which is currently let out for holiday lets but could easily be used as ancillary accommodation.
The house sits in a courtyard comprising itself, the cottage, a cruck barn, paddock, stables and the tennis court. The land comes to around 1.7 acres.
Pentra sits in a good position near Llanfechain in north Wales, within easy reach of Shrewsbury (21 miles). The village itself has shops, schools, banks, a post office and good pubs and restaurants.
The guide price is £650,000. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01743 284 200 or visit www.struttandparker.com
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