An important Jacobean Manor house with a beautiful converted barn, and substantial range of outbuildings standing in over 7.5 acres of grounds.
Completed in 1618, Eudon George Manor is an important and beautifully presented Jacobean manor house. Recorded in the Domesday book there has been a dwelling on this site since the 11th century. Having fallen into disrepair, the property was restored to its former glory in the 1980's using skilful, traditional building techniques and materials. Improvements and careful custodianship have continued since, preserving one of the finest examples of this period of property.The entrance hallway allows access to the drawing room and dining room, both with magnificent leaded windows and stone fireplaces. Beyond the dining room is the kitchen breakfast room with range of solid wood units topped with granite, an oil-fired AGA, and access to the back stairs. An inner hallway connects the Sitting room, utility room and WC.Stairs rise from the inner hallway to the first floor which consists of four bedrooms and three beautifully appointed bathrooms, all with delightful views over the grounds. As second stair rises to the second floor where the fifth bedroom and large loft room are found.Eudon George BarnHaving undergone a sympathetic scheme of conversion, completed by the current owners in 2018, the barn at Eudon George offers versatile accommodation across two floors. The entrance leads into a large, vaulted space that can either compliment the house as an ancillary building/party barn or, offer a superb sitting/dining room for the barn. There is a beautifully appointed kitchen with a range of units, a peninsula island, and an adjacent sitting area with views over the grounds. Stairs rise to a double bedroom with wonderful vaulted, beamed ceilings and an en suite bathroom. The planning permissions allow for further development of this building and up to three bedrooms if required. Planning reference 11/05804/LBC.Garden and GroundsA long, sweeping gravel drive winds between the eastern paddocks, opening into a large parking area to the side of the manor, adjacent to the barns. Formal grounds lie to the south, including a large, terraced area and pool surrounded by well stocked and carefully planted beds. Beyond the gardens to the south and east is a woodland area and dingle offering a peaceful wildlife walk, along with a productive orchard and kitchen garden.A range of outbuildings are found to the north of the manor, including the partially converted barn, a range of unconverted barns, a substantial Dutch barn containing three stables behind a concrete yard and a traditional poultry house.Four fenced and gated paddocks of permanent grazing provide the perfect environment for horses and livestock, with a well- maintained manége to the north.Agents noteThere is a footpath passing through the paddocks to the north of the house, behind the outbuildings. Please ask the agent for further details.ServicesMains water, with additional bore hole connection for external use, mains electricity, Oil fired central heating, LPG connection to the barn, private drainage.Local authority and tax bandBridgnorth council. Band G.
Eudon George is a beautiful rural hamlet found approximately three miles southwest of the vibrant county town of Bridgnorth. Bridgnorth offers a wealth of amenities including a cinema, boutique shops, cafes and restaurants and an active weekly farmers market. The town and surrounding area offer excellent schooling facilities for all ages in both the state and private sectors. Bridgnorth's sports clubs offer rugby, golf, cricket, tennis, football, hockey, and rowing.Nearby leisure opportunities include regular events such as the English Haydn Festival, Ludlow Food Festival, Much Wenlock Literary Festival and the Shrewsbury Flower Show. Outstanding local attractions include the Severn Valley Steam Railway, The Ironbridge Gorge Museum and the National Trust's