Horton Hall is a stunning period country house set in the beautiful Shropshire countryside. This property is full of character and charm and has curb appeal in abundance. Set in approximately seven acres with outbuildings, the current owners have worked hard to sympathetically update this much-loved family home. The property comprises a large family kitchen/dining area, formal sitting room, large music/ dining room and study, as well as a utility room, boot room, cellar and a delightful snug, complete with Clearview stove. The snug leads off from its own separate hallway, with side entrance access lending itself to a possible annex opportunity.
Upstairs there are six bedrooms, one with en suite and two family bathrooms. Outside there is a large detached double garage, the old piggery outbuildings, an undercover hot tub area, and a stunning walled garden with courtyard. This all comes with approximately seven acres of land, together with outstanding rural views. There is a long gravel driveway that leads around to the back of the property with a large parking area. The property has a lovely light, bright and elegant feel and the rooms are of generous proportions. Horton Hall offers huge versatility: Equestrian, holiday lets, home office, and although the property has been significantly updated in recent years, there is still scope to put your stamp on this delightful home.
The historical, North Shropshire market town of Wem is close by, well known for its numerous small specialty shops from an old-fashioned ironmonger that sells everything, to one of Shropshire's best delicatessens. There is also a good -sized supermarket. Each year, the Wem Sweet Pea Festival draws admirers. Many go on to visit the grand gardens and other floral attractions that make Shropshire one of the most fragrant counties of England. Read more