Originally believed to be a farmhouse this period home has been sensitively extended over time creating charming and spacious accommodation without losing its inherent character.
Set back from the lane and situated within attractively landscaped lawn gardens including a vegetable garden, multiple al fresco seating areas and mature planting, this spacious and versatile home has staggering and extensive rural views across the Shropshire countryside.
The front door opens to a charming, good sized, sitting room with a fine inglenook fireplace and views to the front elevation, Doors lead to the first floor staircase and also open to the kitchen. With a striking post-box red Aga creating the heart of the home there are fitted units under the windows, Belfast sink and space for freestanding appliances as well as ample room for a table and chairs. Leading from the kitchen, up two steps, is the dining room. A bay window maximises the views to the garden from this light and spacious room and double doors lead off to the drawing room. With a Clearview log burner and double French windows to the south elevation this is an entertaining room of charm and character.
A W.C. and rear porch completes the ground floor accommodation.
The staircase rises from the sitting room to the first floor. All the first floor rooms radiate off the landing with exposed period beams. The principal bedroom has a window to the front overlooking the Shropshire hills and a part vaulted ceiling. There is a further double bedroom, to the front. The family bathroom is fitted with a bath, W.C. and inset basin completes the first floor accommodation.
Oak beams in both the walls and ceilings are found throughout The Patch. The property benefits from a wealth of light as a result of its favourable orientation and numerous windows.