A charming Grade II* listed period home offering exceptional flexibility with converted Oast House and outstanding workshop / studio, set in beautiful mature garden and orchard.
Myddle House is a fine Grade II* property situated in a peaceful and private location in the hamlet of Boraston. The property is believed to date from the late 16th Century with later additions in the 17th and 18th century and believed to have been built by the Earl of Shrewsbury's son, Sir John Talbot.Over the course of the current owner's tenure, Myddle House has been subject to a great deal of love to maintain and improve the property. Internally the main reception and master bedroom have exceptional ornate plastered ceilings incorporating Tudor Roses, Fleur Do Lyns and cherry leaves. Other period features include magnificent fireplaces, oak panelling, beams and cornices. Myddle House has a superb range of reception rooms with a dining hall, sitting room and drawing room and a lovely fitted kitchen with Aga set with windows over-looking the mature gardens.The property offers exceptional flexibility with the Oast House allowing for a range of multiple uses including the creation of an annexe (either for annexe, holiday let or short term let) or for the property to be used as a much larger home. The Oast House has been superbly renovated by the current owners and has a great range of rooms allowing for huge flexibility with a variety of rooms and sizes which can be tailored to suit a variety of requirements. The property also offers and ideal set up for multi-generational living if required.Garden and groundsThe gardens and grounds are beautifully set out with the entire plot extending to 2.27 acres. The includes a driveway providing plenty of parking and a detached double garage. There is a pond, a fine array of mature trees, plants and shrubs in the garden with areas of lawn leading down to the excellent vegetable garden and orchard, which could be turned into a small paddock.The Workshop and OutbuildingsThe workshop was purpose built in 2007 to provide approximately 2400 sq. ft of space currently used for classic car storage and renovation. It has been designed and constructed to a high specification to a design that compliments the area and has potential, subject to planning for other uses or potentially secondary accommodation. There is also a traditional Dutch Barn with a single storey lean to that opens into the orchard to the rear.ServicesMains water and electricity. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage to a septic tank. Fibre Broadband available to the property.Local authorityShropshire County CouncilCouncil TaxBand G
DistancesTenbury Wells 2 miles, Ludlow 9 miles, Kidderminster 18.3 miles, Worcester 23 miles, M5 23.7 miles, BHX Airport 50 miles (Distances approximate).SituationMyddle House is located in the heart of Boraston. All the everyday amenities can be found in Tenbury Wells, more extensive facilities can be found in the thriving medieval town of Ludlow with a huge range of independent shops. There are a number of excellent private and state schools within easy reach.Directions (Postcode WR15 8LH)Taking the A456 from Tenbury Wells, turn left (right if coming from Worcester) at The Peacock Inn and continue up the bank until you reach the centre of Boraston. The driveway to Myddle House is just beyond the green and telephone box on the right-hand side.