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Chirbury, Montgomery, SY15 6DB

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  • A truly exceptional detached family residence
  • Comprehensively renovated
  • Stunning setting with idyllic country views
  • 5 bedrooms, 3 reception rooms
  • Kitchen, utility, 2 en-suite and one family bathroom
  • Extensive gardens and double car port

A truly exceptional detached family residence in a stunning setting with idyllic country views along a secret valley with adjoining river. Comprehensively renovated to provide 5 bedrooms, 3 receptions, kitchen, utility, two en-suites, one family bathroom, extensive gardens and double car port.


The property comprises a former stone water mill and cottage which has been completely renovated and modernised to a high standard and now provides an idyllic family residence without compare.

It offers an extremely tranquil setting in its own secret valley, at the end of a newly laid private drive with the River Camlad quietly flowing past. It has the remains of the mill pond and race and stands in around half an acre of traditional mature gardens with glorious valley views.

Much of the character has been retained internally but the kitchen has been fitted with a contemporary style with ancillary utility and a glazed breakfast lounge and two further reception rooms. Two of the five bedrooms are en-suite with a further family bathroom and separate WC.


Marrington Mill is located at the end of a newly laid tarmac drive which extends to just under half a mile with the villages of Chirbury and Priest Weston a further mile distant. Churchstoke village is a bit further on, whilst the major towns of Welshpool, Newtown, Shrewsbury and Telford are within easy reach. Its position is therefore secluded, yet not remote.


Renovated to an excellent standard the property provides the following:


Hand crafted double glazed windows, quarry tiled floor, exposed stone wall, light above door and oak door into the:


With traditional quarry tiled floors, corner stone feature, exposed ceiling beams and wall timbers, recessed cupboard, radiator, and up lighters,

14'2" x 8'6" (4.32m x 2.59m)

Traditional timber doors off to:


Quarry tiled floor, large inglenook stone fireplace with slate tiled hearth and inset with a large wood burning stove, wooden mantle over, exposed ceiling joists and beams, wall timbers, timber window seats, two radiators, wall up lighters and spot lights , smoke alarm, carbon monoxide monitor, under stairs cupboard.

17'4" x 15'8" (5.28m x 4.78m)

On the other side of the hall is a


With a tiled floor, central mat, two radiators, heavy beam, roof and ceiling joists, deep timber window cills, wall up lighters, oak cupboards fitted with authentic leaded glazed light into the

18'10" x 14'3" (5.74m x 4.34m)


Comprising a brand new suite of stainless steel sink unit, range of quality worktops, all with contemporary style faced base and wall units, upright radiator, fitted 'Cookmaster' electric range with five hobs and three ovens, together with a stainless steel extractor fan above and courtesy tiling, double glazed windows to the front gardens, down lighters, smoke alarm and with fully glazed double doors opening into the:

18'7" x 10'6" (5.66m x 3.20m)


With matching floor covering, hand made timber framed glazed windows overlooking the river to one side and the gardens to the front, radiators, down lighters and with to one corner a new 'Flavel' wood burning stove on a stone plinth.

17' x 11'5" (5.18m x 3.48m)

Off the kitchen is a door to the:


With hard wearing flooring, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, work surfaces and cupboard, radiator, further wall storage and large cylinder cupboard,


With low flush unit, wash basin and towel radiator.


Which houses the 'Warmflow' condensing oil central heating boiler, water tank and water pump, electric consumer units and storage shelving.

A carpeted staircase rises to the First Floor Landing with fitted beige carpet, radiator, exposed beams and doors to:


With fitted beige carpet, a pair of wall mounted bed lights, spot lighting, exposed painted beams, radiator, deep timber window cill with views over the front gardens and woodland beyond and the mill pond.

14'2" x 9'7" (4.32m x 2.92m)


With hard wearing floor, large corner shower with mixer shower with 'Deluge' shower head and hand shower, fully tiled with sliding door, towel radiator, down lighters, white WC and wash basin, back lit shaving mirror with shaver socket, radiator, partly tiled walls, recessed cupboard, under eaves with a radiator.

10'1" x 7" (3.07m x 0.18m)


With fitted beige carpet, radiator, exposed beam and deep timber window cills with views over the gardens, river and mill pond.,

13' x 9'9" (3.96m x 2.97m)


With fitted carpet, two radiators, three point light fitting, double glazed windows over the front gardens and the river running along the one boundary.

15'10" x 8'8" (4.83m x 2.64m)


A small bedroom with fitted carpet, radiator, exposed ceiling joists, deep timber window cill overlooking the front.

9'4" x 6'4" (2.84m x 1.93m)


With hard wearing floor, deep window cill with double glazed window overlooking the front gardens, panelled bath with mixer shower above, wash basin, WC, tall towel radiator, back lit wall mirror, shaver socket and recessed store cupboard.

A further carpeted staircase rises to the Second Floor Landing with fitted carpet, radiator, window to the side and original timber door into:


With dormer windows with deep timber cill overlooking the mill pond, gardens and wooded valley beyond, beams, fitted carpet, and radiator

13'1" x 12'4" (3.99m x 3.76m)


With hard wearing floor, tall towel radiator, partial wall tiling, white suite of panelled bath with mixer shower above, WC and wash basin, shaver socket, down lighting and side window.

9'1" x 6'3" (2.77m x 1.91m)


The property is approached by a long private driveway which has been newly tarmaced from start to finish and eventually arrives at the property onto a newly completed parking area to the side of the house, whilst the drive continues to sweep around to a dedicated, detached timber framed double car port, with a pathway which leads through the lawned gardens at the front, with the river to one side and raised borders to the other. Close to the front entrance is a stone and slate timber store, whilst to the back of this is the oil storage tank.

A paved pathway leads around the left hand side along with the river flowing below you to the front stone terraced section with the entrance porch, adjacent to which are mature raised floral and shrubbery borders which lead up to a further lawn, with to the right, a mill pond and mill race with the original sluice gear in place and surrounded by a metal fence.

The lawns stretch down to a foot bridge which crosses the river but also extends in front of the house, past some large wild flower and rose borders, semi and mature trees and bushes and further planted rose borders and onto a former vegetable patch which comprises a series of terraced raised beds, with the extent of the gardens defined by the bend in the river which flows along the one border.


Mains water and electric, septic tank drainage, oil central heating, There is wiring for a telephone but its not connected.


From Churchstoke proceed North on the A490 towards Chirbury. Just before the village turn sharp right, almost doubling back, signed for Priest Weston. Continue on this lane for about half a mile and at the bottom of the dip in the road, turn right onto a new tarmac drive and the property is at the end of this, approximately half a mile on.


1. A public footpath crosses the garden to the footbridge which crosses the river.2. Sorry, no pets or smokers.3. Marrington Mill is set in the heart of a small sporting estate. During the season, the owners may cross the property to access other parts of the estate. All access and rights of way in the vicinity are to be respected.


Available on an assured shorthold tenancy of initially six months and subject to full financial and personal references. A deposit of 5 weeks rent will be paid on commencement and held in a deposit protection scheme.

Halls Holdings Ltd and any joint agents for themselves, and for the Vendor of the property whose Agents they are, give notice that: (i) These particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract (ii) No person in the employment of or any agent of or consultant to Halls Holdings has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property (iii) Measurements, areas and distances are approximate, Floor plans and photographs are for guidance purposes only (photographs are taken with a wide angled / zoom lenses) and dimensions shapes and precise locations may differ (iv) It must not be assumed that the property has all the required planning or building regulation consents. Halls Holdings Ltd, Halls Holdings House, Bowmen Way, Battlefield, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY4 3DR. Registered in England 06597073.


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