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Patton Grange Farmhouse, Bourton, Much Wenlock, Shropshire, TF13

5 bedroom detached house for sale

Fine stone and brick five-bedroom farmhouse with sleek interior. Set in the most beautifully landscaped gardens and grounds totalling 3.57 acres to include orchard, paddocks, balancing pool and secret gardens, all with the most captivating views across the Corve Dale. EPC D

Five Bedrooms, Two Ensuite
Orangery
Office
Morning Room, Dining Room & Living Room
Cellar with Gymnasium & Wine Cellar
Landscaped Gardens & Secret Gardens
Wild Flower Meadow, Orchard & Paddocks
Livestock Building & 3.57 Acres
Secure & Private Parking

Patton Grange Farmhouse has been thoroughly renovated by our clients to allow for modern day living. With its high ceilings, light and airy interior, well thought and laid out rooms some of which incorporate under floor heating and a high-tech sound system, it makes for the superb family home that it is today.

A country idyll with 3.57 acres of formal terraced gardens and entertaining areas, along with secret escapes, an Orchard, wild flower meadow with meandering paths, and a further paddock ideal for a variety of uses. A duck pond and a number of fruit trees including a mature Pear tree dating back to when the farm had a well-stocked Pear Orchard many years ago.

Set in the small hamlet of Patton, which is mentioned in the Doomsday Book, not far from the pretty town of Much Wenlock, the farmhouse also boasts a pair of majestic Fir trees, planted in 1870, which were thought to have been planted and affectionately named in honour of the birth of two brothers and used as a local landmark.

The property is semi-rural, but not isolated with the added comfort of the neighbouring barns to the rear and is within the catchment area for the highly sought-after Brockton Primary School. With further Primary and Secondary schools in Much Wenlock, which is convenient for local shopping, amenities and recreational facilities which can also be found in the larger centres of Church Stretton to the West, Telford with the M54 and Wolverhampton to the east some 11, 15 and 26 miles away, respectively.

The House
The property is approached from a shared private road, through electric gates on to gravel parking area which has ample space for several vehicles.

The entrance porch leads to the reception hall off of which is the morning room which has a fine feature fireplace with wood burner, window with shutters that overlook the gardens and grounds to the front and the countryside beyond. French doors open out to the sun terrace which is ideal for al fresco dining.

Passing the lovely wooden staircase, the hall continues and to the right, a door opens to steps down to the cellar with a home gym and wine cellar. A second door leads in to a simply stunning kitchen. With Neff appliances and central island unit with off set sink to take full advantage of a "window with a view". Bi-folding doors open up to the dining room, which when fully opened give a fabulous entertaining space. This room has a feature red brick exposed chimney breast and fireplace with large wood burner, under floor heating and the hub for the sound system.

The living room leads both off the hall and the dining room and has another feature fireplace and wood burner. From here, doors open in to the Orangery where one can sit and take full advantage of the beautifully maintained gardens and enjoy the sound of water as it flows in to the raised goldfish pool.

Adjacent to the dining room and all with under floor heating, is a rear hall with back door leading to the outside, cloakroom, utility and a large home office ideal for those wishing to work from home.

Upstairs, a double bedroom lies separately from the other bedrooms and therefore would be ideal as guest suite benefiting from a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite shower room, as well as enjoying fabulous views out to the front. To the other side of the split landing is access to bedroom two which has a lovely fireplace, the third bedroom and the family bathroom. Like the rest of the house, well appointed but understated and sleek, this room has a double ended bath with central tap, a separate shower, WC and inset sink. Further along the landing, with two lightwells bringing in natural light, is bedroom four with built in wardrobes and bedroom five, enjoying an outlook to two aspects and an ensuite shower room.

Outside
Outside, glorious well maintained and well thought out landscaped gardens and grounds amount to 3.57 acres. With formal landscaped terraces gardens to the secluded suntrap with wildlife pool, the outside spaces at Patton Grange has different areas for different moods and occasions. The gardens are complemented by split paddocks which have a duck pond, livestock shelter (7.17 x 3.64 overall measurements) and a number of fruit trees.

Tenure
The property is offered for sale Freehold with Vacant Possession.

Local Authority
Shropshire Council. Council Tax Band G.

Services
Mains electricity and water. Septic tank drainage. LPG central heating. Services have not been tested by the agent.

Viewings
Strictly by prior appointment through the selling agents, Nock Deighton Ironbridge - Please contact tel: 01952 432 533 for more information or alternatively email ironbridge@nockdeighton.co.uk

Direction:
From Ludlow, take the A49 North and turn right on the B4365 signposted Much Wenlock & Bridgnorth for 4.8 miles. At the junction turn right on to the B4368 for 6.5 miles and bear left towards Much Wenlock, continue through the village of Brockton for approx. another 1.0 mile and the private road signposted Patton Grange will be found on the left-hand side. Drive up this private road and Patton Grange Farmhouse will be seen on the left through the electric gates.

From Ludlow, take the A49 North and turn right on the B4365 signposted Much Wenlock & Bridgnorth for 4.8 miles. At the junction turn right on to the B4368 for 6.5 miles and bear left towards Much Wenlock, continue through the village of Brockton for approx. another 1.0 mile and the private road signposted Patton Grange will be found on the left-hand side. Drive up this private road and Patton Grange Farmhouse will be seen on the left through the electric gates.

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