Mytton, Near Shrewsbury, SY4
- Beautiful Georgian House
- 5 double bedrooms
- Stunning landscaped gardens
- Desirable Hamlet
- Excellent access to Shrewsbury
- Large drawing room
- Excellent house for entertaining
- Walled Garden
- Far reaching views
- Out buildings
Forming the southern aspect of the imposing Mytton House, South Mytton House is a semi-detached country house positioned on the edge of the sought after hamlet of Mytton near Shrewsbury, overlooking the countryside commanding outstanding views from all aspects. The property provides extensive accommodation, beautiful formal landscaped gardens, a walled garden and outbuildings to include an office, stables, a dog kennels and storage.
The house is in a private location and is approached via a country lane, past a roadside brick wall where you turn onto a gravel drive leading to a generous parking area to the side of the house.
GROUND FLOOR On entering the property there is a large central hall/ corridor. From the hall there is access to the first floor stairs, access down to the cellar, and into the 'strong room' providing useful storage space as well as a generous wine store.
On the left hand side of the entrance hall, there is a passage leading to a storage/coat cupboard and then through to the main entertaining space, the drawing room. This is a stunning light and open room with high ceilings, an exposed brick fire place, bay windows over looking the formal gardens, detailed coving, and picture rails.
On the right hand side of the entrance hall is the dining room, with a feature fireplace (not currently in service), two windows looking out to the side of the house and high ceilings, making for a lovely light room for entertaining. Either side of the fire place are arched alcoves, with the left hand side alcove housing a door into the back hall. From the dining room there is access into the utility, a useful large room with fitted units and a Belfast basin, space for washing machine and dryer, airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and a crockery cupboard.
From the back hall there is access into the rear courtyard and an outside WC. Internally there is access into a useful pantry and the kitchen.
The kitchen/ breakfast room provides space for a dining table and benefits from modern shaker style fitted kitchen units with tile splash backs, a range cooker, under unit lighting, raised fitted microwave and duel aspect windows to the back creating a light open space.
FIRST FLOOR The stairs from the entrance hall lead up to a corridor, on the right hand side is a shower room (currently used for storage) and straight in front a large double bedroom.
Moving further along the corridor, this then opens up into a large central landing with excellent storage space to include built-in linen cupboards. This is a lovely light open space with a roof light.
From the central landing there is access to a WC. There is a double bedroom located just off the landing and past this room is the master bedroom. This is a beautiful large bedroom with dual aspect views looking over the gardens, with a bay window and built-in wardrobes.
From the main central landing there is a corridor that leads into two bathrooms, both of which have baths, basin and WC. Further along the landing is another double bedroom.
At the end of the landing there is another flight of stairs leading to the second floor, where there is a double bedroom.
From the central landing there is access via a stair case to the roof space, providing useful storage space.
THE COURTYARD AND OUTBUILDINGS Accessible from the front drive and back hall of the house is a useful back courtyard. This is a stone flagged yard and surrounded by red brick walls. There are a useful range out buildings of brick construction with slate roofs, perfectly suited for log stores, general storage and kennels.
Situated across the drive from the house, there is a useful outbuilding. On the right hand side is the former coach house, now utilised as an office with full length glass front doors and false ceiling. On the left hand side are the stables, with original features such as hay rack, manger and brick drained flooring.
THE GROUNDS South Mytton House is set in truly stunning grounds, with a myriad of gravel paths that lead you through the beautifully laid out formal gardens.
From the side of the house, gravels paths lead down the front terraced lawn to a grass tennis court/ croquet lawn surrounded by mature borders and beautiful mature feature trees, all landscaped to make the most of the stunning views across the Shropshire countryside.
From the formal lawns, the gravels paths lead into the walled garden. With a network of paths, mature trees, borders, fruit trees and lawns this is a peaceful and tranquil garden that is the perfect escape.
FURTHER INFORMATION Oil Central Heating
Mains Water (Rated)
Septic Tank Drainage
Council Tax: G
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