The property The Old Vicarage is a glorious unspoilt Grade II listed Regency house standing in mature gardens. While in need of updating, the house retains its superb period detail with elegant rooms lit by deep sash windows framing stunning views. It is situated at the base of the beautiful Briedden Hills with wonderful walks straight from the house and yet is within 12 miles of the Shropshire County town of Shrewsbury with the A5/M54 links to the Midlands.
The house, which was built in about 1820, is white rendered with a hipped slate roof. A glazed front door from the porch opens to a striking reception hall off which leads the study, drawing room with a fretted marble fireplace and a wide bay window, and dining room with its connecting door to the kitchen. The rooms have picture rails, high moulded ceilings, period shutters and decorative door architraves.
The kitchen has a superb outlook towards the Welsh Hills and has an adjoining breakfast room. Beyond is the back hall/boot room. A gracious staircase with a curved mahogany hand rail leads to a central landing off which are four double bedrooms served by a family bathroom.
It is rare to find a house which retains its integrity and situated in such a glorious location.
This property has 1.24 acres of land.