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Tilley Manor, Tilley Village, Shrewsbury, SY4 5HE

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  • Grade II listed half timbered house
  • Spacious accommodation
  • Gardens & extensive outbuildings
  • Grazing land
  • Village locality
  • APPROX 13.84 ACRES

A handsome and spacious listed Grade II half timbered farm house, with gardens and an extensive range of traditional domestic and former agricultural outbuildings, together with grazing land, in an appealing village locality, amidst North Shropshire countryside, whilst having amenities close to hand. IN ALL APPROX 13.84 ACRES.


From Shrewsbury take the A258/B5476 road to Wem. On reaching the railway bridge, pass under and then immediately left for Tilley. Proceed to the village and around the first right hand bend,Tilley Manor is the third half timbered 'black and white' house on the left with the driveway just past one of the outbuildings.


The property is pleasantly situated in the popular hamlet of Tilley, which is surrounded by farmland, whilst being readily accessible to Wem town centre, which offers a good range of amenities and shops, supermarket, schools, bowling and cricket clubs, together with a rail service. Tilley itself leads onto a network of country lanes ideal for walking and riding out purposes, which link to Loppington and thereon up towards Ellesmere with Colemere and Lyneal popular areas. Commuters have good access to a number of commercial centres including Shrewsbury, Telford, the Potteries, Chester and Birmingham.


Tilley Manor offers prospective purchasers an excellent opportunity to acquire a handsome Grade II Listed country family home, boasting a wealth of traditional charm and character with versatile accommodation and an adaptable range of traditional outbuildings, lawned gardens and grounds, together with grazing land, all of which be of keen interest to equestrian enthusiasts or those seeking outbuildings for storage, workshop, office use or residential conversion subject to any necessary planning consents.

The diverse architecture to the house offers both charm and character with bold half timbered features. There is a particularly handsome front facade and this former farmhouse is believed to date back to the late 16th Century or early 17th Century with later additions and alterations. Features worthy of note are the timber frame and painted brick infill panels, exposed ceiling and wall beams, there are beautiful period fireplaces including sandstone and brick inglenooks, oak panelling with fluted frieze and flat cross beam ceiling to the dining room. There is a good sized rear entrance hall with ample space for coats and boots, together with a utility room and guest cloaks/WC. The central hallway is set off by a lovely wide staircase with half landing. On the first floor there are four main bedrooms including an en-suite shower room to one and a substantial sized family bath/shower room. The fifth bedroom currently utilised as a dressing room and could alternatively be used as a small bedroom or study.

Surrounding the house are some lovely lawned gardens, which lie adjacent to a number of traditional stone/brick outbuildings including stores, workshop, kennels and garden WC. Positioned adjacent to the central yard are the original brick range of farm buildings, including a substantial former shippon, dairy, stores, etc. These offer excellent potential and would offer an opportunity for use as storage, workshops, hobbies area, annex or possibly holiday lets (subject to any necessary planning consents).

Beyond the rear outbuildings are well presented grassed grounds, which lead to the grazing land. IN ALL ABOUT 13.84 ACRES.


With quarry tiled floor.


With cross beamed ceiling. Beautiful oak panelled walls including built in double storage cupboard. Period stone fireplace with dog grate and canopy.


With impressive inglenook fireplace having CLEARVIEW WOOD BURNING STOVE, exposed stonework and oak beam. Twin French doors leading out to the patio and rear garden.


With exposed brick/stone ingelnook fireplace incorporating recessed storage and brick hearth with CLEARVIEW WOOD BURNING STOVE. Beamed ceiling. Door giving access to COAT ROOM/STORE.


With oak flooring. Staircase with half landing rising to the first floor.


With quarry tiled floor. Attractive country style fitted kitchen to include extensive solid oak worktops with built in sink unit and tiled splash areas. Built in ELECTRIC NEFF CERMAIC HOB UNIT with intergrated FILTER HOOD overhead, and ELECTRIC LOW LEVEL OVEN below. Comprehensive range of attractive oak faced eye and base level cupboards including drawer units. Integrated DISHWASHER. Integrated REFRIDGERATOR. Integrated NEFF MICROWAVE OVEN. Oil fired modern RAYBURN RANGE COOKER set within tiled range recess. Built in boiler cupboard containing MISTRAL OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING BOILER (approx 3 years old).


With quarry tiled floor.


With quarry tiled floor and fitted BELFAST SINK with oak worktop. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Space for upright fridge freezer


With corner wash hand basin and low flush WC.


Split level with fitted storage cupboard.


With built in storage cupboard.


With tiled floor. Pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled WC and tiled shower cubicle with direct feed shower unit.


With beautiful, mainly oak planked floor. Beams to ceiling.


With beams to part sloping ceiling.


With roll top, claw foot, enamelled bath. Pedestal wash hand basin. Close coupled WC. Bidet. Shower cubicle with tiled wall and glazed splash areas. Direct feed shower unit with hand held attachment. Walk-in airing cupboard containing pre-lagged hot water cylinder and immersion heater.


An old wrought iron gated entrance leads onto a gravelled/grassed driveway (presently unused) leading up the side of the house.


These sweep from the front of the house on the side and to the rear and comprise of good sized lawns lined by abundantly stocked mature flowering shrubs, a selection of trees and spring bulbs. Within the front lawn there is a lovely weeping flowering cherry tree, a separate pedestrian access with wicket gate flanked by natural stone walling, the rear the lawn is slightly raised with sandstone dwarf wall. Flagged and brick pavioured patios. SANDSTONE GARDEN STORE approx 18'7 x 16'0.


These include a large single storey brick and slate range to include: FORMER GARAGE/STORE - approx 17'3 x 13'6 max with power and lighting, twin timber entrance doors and side doors. LOG STORE - with lighting. GARDEN WC - with wash hand basin and low flush suite. WORKSHOP - approx 22'7 x 14'1 with power points and lighting. KENNELS - approx 14'9 x 13'9 with three kennels and two cold water taps and lighting. GENERAL STORE - approx 13'9 x 9'0

A former farm entrance is provided and extends alongside the former farm buildings.


These are comprised of an extensive 'L' shaped brick and slate range, with power connected, as follows:OLD ENGINE STORE - with trip unit and meter board.OLD DAIRY/FUEL STORE - approx 16'3 x 12'6 containing modern oil storage tank.FORMER SHIPPON - approx 22'6 x 16'0 and 100' x 19'0 overall. THIS BUILDING HAS BEEN STRUCTURALLY DAMAGED DUE TO STORM DAMAGE AND REQUIRES REPAIR.STEEL FRAMED AND CORRUGATED ASBESTOS SHEETED LEAN-TO LIVESTOCK REARING BUILDING - approx 100' x 17'7, with power connected.


Built of brick with sheet panelled roofing having mounted PV SOLAR PANELS. Twin metal entrance doors. Side pedestrian access door. Power and lighting. Cold water tap. Adjoining BARN - approx 34'5 x 15'1. Built of brick/concrete block plinth. Timber frame and clad with slate roof.

35'6 x 20'1 (10.82m x 6.12m)


This comprises a grassed area used for amenity purposes, with a post and rail fence, and gated access to the grazing land in a single enclosure, which could easily be subdivided if required. It contains a mains fed water tank and a small spinney to one side.


Prospective purchasers may wish to note that the agricultural buildings are subject to an overage in respect of gaining planning consent for alternative uses. A copy of the document is available through the Agents.


PV solar panels have been fitted to the main garage building roof around 2010 which generates electricity in addition to a modest income. The owners have indicated that the garage building is not located within the designated listed building curtilage area.


Most of the fitted carpets are included in the sale. Only those items described in these particulars are included in the sale.


Mains water and electricity are understood to be connected. Foul drainage is to a septic tank. Oil fired central heating system. None of these have been tested.


Shropshire Council, Shrewsbury. Tel: 0844 448 1644. Council Tax Band 'F'.


Freehold. Purchasers should verify via their solicitor.


A public footpath crosses the grazing land to the rear. The property will be sold subject to wayleaves, easements, public or private rights of way, covenants and all outgoings whether mentioned in these particulars or not.


Halls, 2 Barker Street, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY1 1QJ. Tel: 01743 236444. E: shrewsbury@hallsgb.com

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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