Ryelands is a wonderful period house in established gardens in North Shropshire, perfect for family life. The property was bought by the present owners from the Earl of Bradford’s estate over thirty years ago. The property is believed to date from the 18th century and has evolved to include an extension in 1992.
Period features include oak doors, polished wood floors and exposed beams while modern features include double glazing and oil-fired central heating.
Accommodation includes a pretty sitting room with a wood-burning stove and the dining room has French doors out to the terrace. The main staircase leads to a galleried landing lit by a glass atrium off which is the guest bedroom and the master suite. Three further bedrooms are served by a family bathroom and an additional staircase.
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Outside, the property has manicured lawns and views across a post-and-railed paddock to the pond beyond. To one side is an outbuilding and to the other is a paved terrace, which is ideal for entertaining. The paddock leads to a further field ideal for grazing. The grounds come to more than six acres.
Ryelands is located in the small hamlet of Morton between the villages of Knockin and Pant, with views out over the Welsh Hills. Oswestry has good local amenities.
The guide price is £725,000. For further information please contact Savills on 01952 239 500 or visit www.savills.co.uk.
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