Dining room | Sitting room | Conservatory | Kitchen/breakfast room | Utility room | Boot room | Cloakroom | 5 Bedrooms, 4 ensuite | Family bathroom
Stable block | Garage | Gardens | Views
EPC rating E | About 1 acre
With origins in the 17th Century, Lower Hollicott is a delightful property located in the midst of the most glorious Shropshire countryside and enjoying breath-taking views . Home to the present owners for the past 10 years, the property is full of charm whilst still retaining its bucolic origins.
Bursting with character, most rooms preserve original features and the main reception rooms are no exception. Either side of the front door, the sitting and dining rooms have high beamed ceilings and inglenook fireplaces with woodburning stoves providing an extremely warm welcome in the winter months. A wonderful recent extension, the bespoke green French oak conservatory with vaulted ceiling and full height glass panelling takes full advantage of the wonderful south-westerly views and has French doors out to the decked seating area. Providing a good range of base and wall-mounted units with integrated SMEG oven the kitchen/breakfast room has a relaxed 'country' feeling with working areas atmospherically divided by vertical timbers. There is further excellent storage and space for appliances in the utility room - with integrated freezer as well as the rear kitchen/boot room. There is also a useful cloakroom.
To the first floor there are three bedrooms, one with ensuite shower whilst the remaining two share a 'Jack and Jill' shower room as well as a family bathroom. There are two bedrooms to the second floor one ensuite as well as an area the current owners use as a study. Lovely far reaching views can be enjoyed from most of the bedrooms, where traditional features abound.
Gardens and Outbuildings
Approached up a gravelled driveway to a parking and turning area, the gardens at Lower Hollicott compliment the interior perfectly and have been beautifully landscaped. Incorporating a large area laid to lawn with mature trees and herbaceous and flowering borders bursting with colour and variety, the gardens are wonderfully private and enjoy a south-westerly aspect. A wildlife pond is a pretty feature and its decking surround provides one of the perfect seating areas from where to enjoy the garden and views. On the productive side, there is a small orchard of apple trees, some vegetable beds and a greenhouse. There is a garage as well as a separate stable block incorporating an open bay, a large stable and a tack room.