Oswestry Shropshire SY10 Penylan
- Guide Price
- H Council Band
Features at a glance
- Entrance hallway
- Drawing room
- Dining room
- Morning room
- Regency garden room
- Sitting room
- TV Room
- Boot room Kitchen
- Utility room
- Principal bedroom suite and dressing room
- Seven further double bedrooms, five en suite
- Coach House with two bedrooms
- About 4 acres
- 7 acres available by separate negotiation
- EPC rating F
A beautifully restored Regency Country House with Coach House and outstanding gardens situated within a Parkland setting
The property Penylan Hall is an elegantly restored Grade II Listed country house situated at the end of a long private drive, surrounded by beautiful gardens and parkland. The property, which is primarily Regency was greatly extended in the Victorian period with Italianate Villa influence. The property is beautifully presented showcasing the best elements of exquisite contemporary country house design, with high quality fixtures and fittings that enhance the history of the house.
Penylan Hall has been comprehensively renovated to a high standard of interior design by the current owners to create a wonderful well centred house, suited for both family living and large scale entertaining. Leading from the bright and spacious entrance hall are the principal reception rooms and of particular note is the south facing drawing room with moulded cornicing, open fire place and large sash windows framing the views out of the outstanding garden. The Regency garden room leads out to the terrace and garden, it also connects both the dining room and morning room. Opposite the drawing room is the library with bespoke bookcase and cabinetry.
The handmade kitchen comprises a central island and four oven AGA with plate warmer, two hobs and electric companion. There is a Miele coffee machine, electric oven, steamer, microwave and two Liebherr integrated fridge freezers. Adjoining the kitchen is the bespoke fitted utility room and north facing pantry. Off the stair hall is a hidden door within the panelling leading to an inner hall where you find the cloakroom, double doors to large cellars, the impressive secondary Georgian staircase, playroom conveniently located adjacent to the kitchen and a sitting room with access to a boot room, inner courtyard and rear terrace. The sitting room would make an ideal games room.
The main stair case leads up to the first floor galleried landing, lit by a roof lantern and from which each individual bedroom is accessed. The principal bedroom has bespoke wardrobe storage with access to a secret dressing room and bathroom with sunken bath from which there are views of the garden. Also on the first floor are six further bedrooms each individual in character and four with en suite bathrooms. A secondary staircase rises from the ground floor inner hall to the second floor, on which there is a further bedroom suite and the TV room.
Coach House The Coach House is a versatile space and could be used for a variety of purposes whether that be as ancillary accommodation, gym or home office. The accommodation comprises of a kitchen, central dining room with feature fire place, sitting room and two bedrooms.
Agents Note: Historically, planning permission was approved for an additional four car garage with storage and gardeners W.C. (Shropshire Council planning ref 18/02716/LBC). Prospective purchasers are advised that they should make their own enquiries of the local planning authority.
This property has 4 acres of land.
Outside The gardens and grounds are a particularly impressive element of the property and have been skilfully planned and designed by the current owners.
The formal gardens are primarily arranged to the south and east of the house with shingle paths, mature hedging and herbaceous borders providing various rooms. The stunning perennial planting provides colour for much of the year with a collection of hydrangeas flowering throughout the summer. Hard landscaping is provided in the form of paved terracing, strategically positioned for outside dining. The gardens are framed by mature trees and hedging. The grounds and land are notable for the beautiful mature trees which provide a lovely backdrop to the neighbouring fields. Privacy is secured by open countryside in all directions and no neighbouring houses. The land to the front of the property is available by separate negotiation and has additional gated access from Penylan Lane.
Location Penylan Hall stands in the privacy of its beautiful gardens, part wooded grounds and parkland close to in the historic North Shropshire town of Oswestry. The house stands in an elevated position with glorious far-reaching south facing views over unspoilt Shropshire countryside and is situated in the edge of the Welsh Marches with its stunning rolling hills.
Oswestry has an excellent range of amenities and is renowned for its highly regarded local schools, both within the state and independent sectors. These include Oswestry School, Moreton Hall girls school, Ellesmere College, Packwood Haugh Prep School and a range of schools at Shrewsbury and Chester. The A5 is within three miles providing good road access for commuting to Chester and Liverpool to the north and Shrewsbury, Telford and Birmingham to the south. Regional airports include Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham. There is a direct line rail service to London from Crewe.
Directions From Shrewsbury take the A5 to Oswestry. On reaching the Mile End Roundabout, take the B4579 towards Oswestry town. After a mile, bear left signed to Trefonen and continue over the traffic lights and up the hill passing Oswestry School on your right. The gate way to Penylan Hall will be found on the left-hand side after 1.1 miles.
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