Llanerchydol is a country seat built in 1776 in the Gothic Revival style. The house has been through many incarnations, but now comprises a wonderful old country house set in stunning countryside in Wales.
The main house, also known as the East Wing, houses the formal entertaining rooms and bedroom suites, with high moulded ceilings, wide mullion windows, marble fireplaces and polished floors. There is an easy flow of rooms centred around an impressive hallway from where a cantilevered staircase is lit by a stained glass window. There are many interesting period features including listed wallpaper in the dining room. The West Wing contains less formal, but still extremely comfortable accommodation.
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Accommodation in total comprises: The East Wing: reception hall, drawing room, formal dining room, kitchen, study, orangery, seven bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The West Wing: hall, great kitchen, two reception rooms, study, six bedrooms, two bathrooms, dressing rooms observatory, old bakery and estate office. A separate apartment has a sitting room, kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Outside the gardens are an old cobbled courtyard, coach houses, stables and clock tower, gun room and games room, plus an ice house and the old hunt kennels hidden in the woodland behind the house.
There 63 acres of Victorian landscaped gardens created by John Repton, as well as a Japanese garden, parterre and water gardens. The grounds come to 73 acres.
The property is situated so as to offer outstanding views of the Shropshire and Montgomeryshire Hills. The property is within a mile of the attractive market town of Welshpool.
The guide price is £1,999,000. For further information please contact Savills on 01952 239 500 or visit www.savills.co.uk.
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