An outstanding grade II listed, country house on the edge of Montgomery, the stand out market town within Mid Wales. Brompton Hall has approximately 8 acres of gardens, grounds and pasture as well as an extensive range of buildings. Views can be enjoyed from both inside this stunning home and from the grounds, overlooking the nearby Vineyard, to the Kerry Ridgeway and to Corndon and Roundton Hills. Offering a wonderful blend of character features and contemporary styling, Brompton hall is ideal for entertaining and everyday living. Reception rooms flow seamlessly into one another yet each retaining their own individual identity, with the living accommodation complimented by six bedrooms and an array of impressive bathroom suites as well as office / studio space. Brompton Hall will be the perfect home for someone looking for a property of merit from which to experience a taste of country living with amenities on the door step, achieving that wonderful balance of the best of both worlds.
Situation Montgomery is a charming, character market town with a wonderful sense of community and some exceptional features such as the medieval castle sitting on the hill above the town, Lymore estate and deer park and the town’s streets, lined with timber framed buildings, Georgian and Victorian town houses. There are a number of excellent pubs, restaurants and independent shops and the Offas Dyke national trail runs just outside the town. Brompton Hall sits less than three miles from the town centre, is rural yet not isolated, with some neighbouring properties close by and is surrounded by glorious Mid Wales countryside, including a neighbouring vineyard. Cordon and Roundton hills form part of the back drop and there is a village pub within walking distance.
The Property The reception hall leads to an impressive Drawing Room with Oak flooring and patio doors, giving views over the grounds to the Kerry Ridgeway, whilst the character Sitting Room offers exposed beams and stunning inglenook fireplace with log burner. A cosy Library sits off this with a window seat overlooking the gardens.
The former reception hall is now utilised as a large Office with doors to the gardens and a Bathroom off, complete with double spa bath.
The modern Kitchen has a Rangemaster and fitted, Oak, base units offering ample space and opening to the beautiful Dining Room with exposed timbers and stonework and an inglenook with log burner and bread oven. A Snug sits off this, making this whole area ideal for everyday use and for entertaining. Practical space is dealt with by a large Utility with WC and ample room for white goods.
A large Conservatory is accessed from the Dining Room which in turn leads to an impressive Entertainment Room with vaulted ceiling a bar area, overhead and base units as well as a Rangemaster. There are shower and WC facilities on hand here as well.
There is a most useful Cellar with flag and cobble flooring, slate cold slabs and exposed stone walls.
The main landing boasts feature, arched windows, giving views to Corndon and Roundton hills. There are six bedrooms, all of which have views over the gardens and grounds and to the surrounding hills, with the Master Bedroom looking out over the neighbouring Kerry Vale Vineyard. The Master Bedroom also has a Dressing Room off.
There are ample Bathroom and Shower Room facilities, with two ensuite’s, a most impressive, large Shower Room offering ladies and gents basins and a further, delightful, character Bathroom with exposed timber frame to the walls.
Extensive attic rooms are currently used as craft / studio space as well as offering excellent potential to create further accommodation if required. Exposed timbers are in abundance and again, views can be enjoyed from these rooms.
Outside A gated driveway sweeps through the grounds to an extensive yard flanked by the range of buildings including a large, steel framed building measuring 27.30 M x 18.00 M, stabling with six boxes and another large steel framed building used for garaging, measuring 18.25 M x 7.00 M. Gardens offer lawns, beds, borders, and orchards as well as a summer house and Wendy house sitting on a decked terrace. There is a good, flat paddock of approximately 3.5 acres and there is also a separate rear driveway giving access to the land, yard and buildings.
NB The Offas Dyke path runs along the boundary of the paddock.