Offers Over £2,000,000
A remarkable family home, offering substantial living space and positioned perfectly in the rural Shrewsbury with breathtaking views of the staggering Rodney’s Pillar.
A viewing is highly recommended.
Tyron Ash Real Estate are proud to represent this magnificent home that Park house is.
Originally constructed in the 1980’s, Park House underwent comprehensive and extensive refurbishment in 2008-2010. Focusing on classical finishes and the highest quality materials including oak, aged engineered brick and hand crafted stone, has resulted in a house of poise quality and elegance.
Three of the internal doors are reputedly from Otley Hall, gilded rose wood one side and pitch pine the other.
The bathrooms have been re fitted in white with contrasting European tiling and the incredible kitchen/breakfast/living room has a bespoke hand crafted oak kitchen fitted with solid wood carcasses which is a cooks dream with large island, extensive granite work surfaces, Lacanche range cooker and dresser unit.
The staggering rural views to Rodney’s Pillar are a major feature of Park House and can be enjoyed from a large number of rooms. This open, majestic and staggering view is North Shropshire at its best. The ground floor accommodation includes drawing room, dining room, media room (with wiring for a cinema), study, sitting room, breakfast/kitchen/living room, utility room, laundry room, larder and WC.
The first floor accommodates six bedrooms complimented by five bathrooms. The principal bedroom suite has a large balcony with breath taking views, dressing room with fitted cabinetry and spacious en-suite bathroom with double basin, wet room area and bath. The accommodation could easily be divided into two making this house suitable for multi generational use.
Services: Mains electricity and water. Central heating via Biomass – wood pellets. Bottle gas for range cooker.
Fixtures and fittings: Only those items known as fixtures and fittings will be included in the sale. Certain items such as garden ornaments may be available by separate negotiation.
- The property is completely double glazed throughout. The house benefits from pellet bio mass heating. There are solar panels and thermal photovoltaic tubes to the garage roof providing hot water, which make this highly energy efficient.
The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all way-leaves, easements and rights of way, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.
Park House occupies a peaceful position on the edge of the small village of Sandford and stands elevated within its grounds. A range of local amenities are available nearby including a primary school, post office/stores and public house in villages such as Kinnerley, Knockin and West Felton. The market town of Oswestry and the historic county town of Shrewsbury offer a comprehensive range of shopping, leisure and social facilities. The well regarded Corbet School is situated in nearby Baschurch with Packwood Haugh Preparatory School at Ruyton XI Towns.
There are a number of highly regarded schools in the area in both the state and private sectors, to include The Corbett, Packwood Haugh, Oswestry School, Ellesmere College and Moreton Hall. The County town of Shrewsbury offers a further range of recreational, leisure and schooling facilities.
The A5 provides easy access to the south via Shrewsbury and Telford and to the north via Wrexham and Chester beyond. There are regular train links from the nearby village of Gobowen (2.3 miles) to Wrexham, Chester, Shrewsbury, Birmingham and London. Regional airports include Birmingham International, East Midlands and Manchester International.
Park House benefits from quadruple garage with extensive storage roof space above (that subject to relevant planning consents could be utilised as staff or letting accommodation).
The large barn has an open bay and double roller doors suitable for a variety of uses. Power is connected.
As the names suggests, Park House sits on 12 acres of parkland style grounds. Approached from the lane by electronic gates, the driveway splits into two. The formal driveway is gravelled and sweeps round to the front with feature fountain. The back drive leads to the family entrance, extensive parking and garage block beyond.
There is a formal, partly sunken rose garden with feature pond, David Austin roses and alfresco entertaining area on two levels where the view and sunshine can be enjoyed throughout the day. There is a smaller, more intimate garden off the media room and back hall with a secure children’s play area and mature specimen trees.
There are two areas of woodland to each side of the grounds, both have been planted with an extensive array of specimen trees including oaks, chestnuts, lime and various varieties of beech. There is a main path through the woodland ideal for dog walking which leads to a small paddock where the barn is situated.
There is further gated access to the parkland and a vehicle track back to the gate near the garage.
Price:Offers Over £2,000,000
Address:Sandford, Oswestry, SY11
Property Size:9549.00 sqft