Upton Magna, SY4
A lovely Grade II listed equestrian property with mature gardens, adjoining land and superb views across rural Shropshire.
The house, we believe, was built around 1640 and is constructed around a solid oak wood frame. It is a good example of a 'black and white' house typical of the period and very much in keeping with its village surroundings.
The property is situated in a quiet corner of the village opposite St Lucia's church. It benefits from a private gravel driveway to the rear and ample parking for several vehicles. There is an enclosed garden adjacent to the house that is safe for toddlers and pets. Other areas of the garden contain large lawns, beautiful established trees, fruit and many other shrubs and plants.
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Front Entrance Porch
Approximately 1.8m x 1.9m (5'11" x 6'3")
A useful space with quarry tile floor and windows to two sides. Modern circuit breaker panel.
Approximately 4.53m x 4.35m (about 14' 10" x 14' 3")
The central room of the house. Brick fireplace with large grate and open fire. Fitted carpet and one large window. Ample space for eight to dine in comfort.
Oak staircase to upper floor.
Approximately 4.84m x 4.56m (about 15' 11" x 15' 0")
The front room. Brick fireplace with log burner. Parquet flooring and windows to two sides. Currently used as a music room - an ideal room for those requiring space for work or hobbies.
Approximately 4.54m x 3.06m (about 14' 11" x 10' 0")
A cosy living room to the side of the house. Open fireplace with wood and tile surrounds. Fitted carpet and windows to two sides. Lovely view of the Wrekin through the large bay window.
Utility Room and Toilet
Approximately 3.51m x 2.50m (about 11' 6" x 8' 2")
Myson Velaire oil fired central heating boiler. Plumbing for washing machine and dryer. Large butler sink. Currently fitted with three saddle racks and ample space for other storage. Large window and quarry tile floor throughout. Seperate toilet with own window and basin.
Approximately 4.52m x 2.56m (14' 10" x 8' 5")
Fitted kitchen with Zanussi electric oven. Rayburn Royal solid fuel oven and boiler. Quarry tile floor.
Approximately 1.54m x 1.58m (5' 1" x 5' 2")
Additional storage and exit to rear of property. Quarry tile floor. Extant planning permission to extend this area allowing further kitchen space if desired.
Hall and Landing
Hall and landing with additional storage cupboard containing entrance to loft.
Approximately 4.37m x 4.21m (14' 4 x 13' 10")
Spacious room with fitted carpet and large window looking out to St Lucia's church and Haughmond Hill. Fitted wardrobes and ample storage.
Approximately 3.94m x 2.93m (12' 11" x 9' 7")
Glazed door from master bedroom into large en-suite comprising Grohe power shower, wash basin and toilet. Half-tiled walls and teak effect laminate flooring.
Approximately 4.60m x 3.06m (15' 1" x 10' 0")
Good sized room with fitted carpet and large window. Superb views of the Wrekin and adjacent land.
Approximately 4.57m x 2.66m (15' 0" x 8' 9")
Another nice light room with fitted carpet and large south-facing window. Benefits from lovely views of Wenlock Edge and the South Shropshire Hills.
Approximately 3.43m x 2.47m (11' 3 x 8' 1")
Spacious family bathroom comprising a four-piece Twyford's suite with large corner bath. Half-tiled walls with timber effect vinyl flooring. Airing cupboard with ample storage and hot water cylinder.
Approximately 5.65m x 2.68m (18' 6" x 8' 10")
Brick built with timber doors and concrete floor. Ample fluorescent lighting and electrical sockets.
Approximately 4.42m x 3.00m (14' 6" x 9' 10")
Open barn with sufficient storage for tack, rugs etc. Concrete floor suitable for grooming, washing and clipping. Useful space also for storing hay or bedding as required.
Approximately 4.00 x 1.58m (13.1" x 5' 2")
Pleasant dry space for storing hard feed and making up dinners etc. Useful counter area and rug racks. Fluorescent light and ample electrical sockets. Light switches to outside floodlight and field shelter.
Approximately 3.78m x 3.01m (12' 5" x 9' 11")
Clean and dry. Hayrack, automatic drinker and fluorescent light.
Approximately 4.44m x 3.54m (14' 7" x 11' 7")
Concrete floor, fluorescent light and hayrack. The shelter has had a lower-half door added so may be used as a stable if required.
The property is to be sold as a complete package totalling approximately 3.26 acres as measured by the mapdevelopers area finder application.
The house and gardens stand in approximately 0.3 acres with good sized grass paddocks adjacent of about 0.4 and 2.5 acres. The larger paddock (2.5 acres) is registered separately with the land registry. The paddocks each have an automatic drinker. There is gated access to a bridleway at the rear of each paddock.
The entire property is bounded by mature hedging or three-bar post and rail fence.
Please note the acreage is approximate and supplied for information only. You are advised to conduct your own survey to confirm the sizes.
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From the horse's mouth
The house and land combination may represent a once in a lifetime opportunity for anyone wishing to develop equestrian interests or an easily managed smallholding. The property has a lovely feelling of country life while still being only six miles from Shrewsbury and eleven from Telford.
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