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Offers in the Region of £395,000

Petton, Burlton, SY4 5TH

  • 2
  • 5
  • 2
  • Substantial country house
  • Extremely spacious
  • Immense charm and character
  • Ample car parking space
  • Paddock with stabling
  • Popular & select location

***VIDEO TOUR AVAILABLE*** A most interesting and substantial 5 bedroom period house of great charm and character, with gardens, stabling and a paddock extending, in all, to around 0.6 ac, in the sought after Petton Hall Estate.


Halls are delighted with instructions to offer 9 Petton Hall, Petton, Nr Ellesmere, for sale by private treaty.

9 Petton Hall is a most interesting and substantial 5 bedroom period house of great charm and character, with gardens, stabling and a paddock extending, in all, to around 0.6 ac, in the sought after Petton Hall Estate.

The internal accommodation, which is deceptively spacious, comprises, on the ground floor, a Reception Hall, Lounge, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Rear Hall, Cloakroom and an Office, together with five first floor Bedrooms (Master Bedroom with Dressing Area and Ensuite) and a Family Bathroom. There are numerous features that are worthy of note, to include high ceilings, exposed wood boarded floors to a number of rooms, a super Kitchen with Aga and a Master Bedroom Suite with open plan design with bed area, dressing area and raised bath on a marble plinth with inset LED lighting. Furthermore, the property has the benefit of an oil fired central heating system, is double glazed windows and is presented for sale with the fitted carpets included in the purchase price.

Outside, the property is approached over a private drive which leads to a tarmacadam car parking area to the front of the house with room for parking at least four vehicles. The gardens are attractively presented and comprise an enclosed rear cobbled garden, making a lovely setting for outside dining/BBQs etc., retained by high level fencing for privacy. There is a raised decked area to the side of the house with timber pergola which leads on to a mature shaped lawn flanked by floral and herbaceous borders.

The paddock is a most notable feature of the property and is situated opposite the residence with a gated access to a single enclosure of permanent pasture, ideal for those with a pony, as it also includes a purpose-built timber stable block. The paddock extends to approximately 0.5 of an acre, or thereabouts.

The sale of 9 Petton Hall does, therefore, provide an excellent opportunity to purchase a most individual and spacious family home with gardens and paddock, in this sought after and popular residential locality. An inspection is highly recommended.


9 Petton Hall is situated in a super rural location on the noted Petton Hall Estate, formerly a private estate which has now been divided into most individual residences of great character in this splendid rural setting. Whilst enjoying the quiet rural setting, it is still within easy motoring distance of the nearby village of Burlton which has a popular Public House whilst the village of Cockshutt is also easily reached by car and has more amenities to include a Public House, Primary School, Church and Village Hall. More comprehensive amenities can be found either at Ellesmere (7 miles) or Wem (4 miles) or, of course, the county town of Shrewsbury (11 miles) all of which have a more comprehensive range of amenities of all kinds.


From Ellesmere proceed south on the A528 road through the village of Cockshutt and take the last turning on the right hand side signposted "Weston & Bagley". Continue on this lane for approximately 0.8 of a mile and turn left (unsigned). Continue down this quiet country lane for approximately 1.1 miles and turn left into the private drive leading to Petton Hall. Proceed down the main drive passing Petton Hall on the right and then bear left on to an access drive which leads to 9 Petton Hall, which will be found on the left hand side.


A partly glazed front entrance door with glazed side panel opening in to a:


With an oak boarded floor, coved ceiling and door in to the:


With a continuation of the wood boarded floor, coved ceiling, recessed book shelving, double glazed window to front elevation and a wood burning stove.

5.8m x 4.3m (19'0" x 14'1")


With a continuation of the oak boarded floor and an attractively appointed kitchen comprising a single drainer sink unit (H&C) with mixer tap and drawers under, a range of granite work surfaces to either side with integrated Bosch dishwasher and further base units below, a super range of exposed ceiling timbers, a fitted electric four oven Aga with portable control unit and splash with ceiling downlighters above, a further range of work surfaces with base units below, areas of painted brickwork, large picture double glazed window to front elevation and partly glazed door to an external decked area.

5.8m x 5.8m (19'0" x 19'0")


With a tiled floor, a stainless steel sink unit (H&C) with spray attachment, planned space for appliances, a Worcester oil fired boiler which heats the domestic hot water and central heating radiators and ceiling downlighters.


With a quarry tiled floor, door in to an understairs storage cupboard, partly glazed door to rear cobbled patio garden and further door in to a:


With a marble tiled floor, pedestal hand basin (H&C), low flush WC, wall mounted ladder style towel rail/radiator.


With a quarry tiled floor and a double glazed window to rear elevation overlooking the cobbled rear patio garden.

Stairs lead from the Rear Hall up to a:


With a oak boarded floor, a large fitted linen cupboard and door in to the:


Which is a most interesting open plan room, providing split level, part vaulted ceiling with downlighters and uplighters, laid out with a:

5.8m x 5.8m (19'0" x 19'0")


With exposed beams, two double glazed windows to front elevation and side porthole style window.


With fitted double and single wardrobes, ample space for a dressing table, if required, and:


With a raised marble tiled plinth with built in LED floor lighting and freestanding bath (H&C) with chrome mixer tap and shower attachment, upright chrome radiator, fitted extractor fan and recessed mirror.


With a continuation of the oak boarded floor, an enclosed tiled shower cubicle with Indian slate plinth, matching tiled walls with rainhead shower and separate attachment, low flush WC suite, marble sink with waterfall tap and Indian slate half tiled walling, fitted mirror over, chromium heated towel rail/radiator, double glazed window and exposed ceiling timber.


Off which is:


With an exposed pine boarded floor, split level part vaulted ceiling, exposed wall timbers, double glazed window to front elevation.

5.8m x 2.49m (19'0" x 8'2")


With a double glazed windows to front elevation, split level vaulted ceiling, exposed ceiling timbers, two fitted double wardrobes and carpeted staircase to a:

5.8m x 5.0m (19'0" x 16'5")


Which has a:


With a panelled bath (H&C) with mixer tap and shower attachment, tiled enclosed shower cubicle, pedestal hand basin (H&C) with electric shaving light and socket over, low flush WC, two double glazed windows with fitted blinds, radiator, dado rail with panelling below, interesting painted timber beams and door through to the:


With a recessed storage area and door in to:


With a window overlooking the gardens.


With a mezzanine area, double glazed window overlooking unspoilt countryside, exposed ceiling timbers and access to undereaves storage area.


With stairs down to the main first floor Landing.


The property is approached over a shared access drive which leads to a tarmacadam car parking area to the front of the house with room for parking atleast 4 vehicles.


The gardens are an interesting feature of the property and include an enclosed cobbled garden to the rear of the house, making a lovely setting for sitting/BBQs etc., retained by high level fencing for privacy. There is access from the Kitchen/Breakfast Room to a raised decked area with timber pergola to the side, which leads on to an area of shaped lawn, flanked by floral and herbaceous borders.


The paddock is particularly worthy of note, with a gated access on to a single grass paddock, ideal for those with a pony or horse, which extends to approximately 0.5 of an acre, and includes a:


With loose box and tack room with front overhang, concrete skirt and a further useful timber general stores.


The Shepherd's Hut will be available for sale by separate negotiation, if required.


We understand that the property has the benefit of mains water, electricity and drainage.


The property is said to be of freehold tenure and vacant possession will be given on completion of the purchase.


Shropshire Council, Shirehall, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY2 6ND.


The property is in Band ' D ' on the Shropshire Council Register. The payment for 2019/2020 is £1,768.83.


By appointment through Halls, The Square, Ellesmere, Shropshire. Tel:(01691) 622602.

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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