These are the most expensive homes up for sale across Shropshire right now.
A country estate, farm or town house in the middle of Shrewsbury are all currently on the market – with the most expensive homes ranging from £1.65 million to £4.1 million.
Some of the homes feature swimming pools, multiple floors, garages for a number of cars and vast grounds.
Lipley Hall, in Cheswardine, Market Drayton
The eight-bedroom period farmhouse also has an equestrian facility with 49 stables.
And along the half mile-long tree-lined private drive are five bathrooms in the home.
Paddock Lodge in Kinnerley, near Oswestry
Next up at £4 million is seven-bed Paddock Lodge, a “hacienda style country house” with gardens.
Through the electric gates and down the driveway is a turning circle with a fountain in the middle.
The main house sitting behind the fountain has been renovated in recent years including a bespoke kitchen.
As well as the seven bedrooms there are three reception rooms, a conservatory, dining kitchen, boot room, laundry, four bathrooms, and an office/games room with attached workshop.
And there is a separate one bedroom annexe, with a decked garden.
If this wasn’t enough there is also a holiday park with four four-bed lodges with hot tubs and two one-bed lodges.
Leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool with toilet and changing rooms, sauna and tennis court.
Penylan Hall, Penylan, Oswestry
Penylan Hall is a Grade II listed Georgian country house built in 1830/40 and of Italianate Villa style for sale for £3 million.
Behind the electric gates it features a drawing room, morning room, conservatory, library, kitchen with attacked utility and pantry, dining room and play room.
In the hall behind a hidden door leads to an inner hall with the cloakroom, double doors to cellars, the secondary Georgian staircase and a sitting room with access to a boot room, inner courtyard and rear terrace.
On the first floor are seven bedrooms and five bathrooms, while on the second are a sitting room, bedroom and en suite bathroom.
As well as the main house there is a two-bedroom coach house which incorporates a garage and garden store.
Cherry Tree Farm, Cherry Tree Lane, Woore
Cherry Tree Farm includes a seven-bedroom country home with eight bathrooms, 26 acres of land, multiple outbuildings, tennis court, a wind turbine and a pond for £2.75 million.
Through the timber front door, visitors will see an entrance hall with spiralling staircase, a number of entertaining spaces leading off the hall, including a butler’s pantry, wine cellar, grand drawing room with fireplace, formal dining room and a snug.
Views of Staffordshire, Shropshire and Cheshire can be seen from the home.
Holdgate House, Holdgate, Much Wenlock
Six-bed Holdgate House is nestled in South Shropshire countryside with 7.5 acres of gardens.
It’s currently on the market for £2 million and includes two, two-bed cottages as well as the main house.
Inside the home is a drawing room, dining room, family living kitchen with a wine cooler and walk-in cupboard, sitting room and toilet.
Up either of the two stair cases leads you to the main bedroom with en-suite and walk-in dressing room, three more double bedrooms, two with en-suites, an additional room currently used as a study, and a family laundry bathroom with a cupboard housing the washing machine, dryer and also a hanging drying rack.
In the attack is another large bedroom, roof storage space, a bathroom and living area.
There is also a cellar and separate wine room at the house.
Marche Manor, Marche Lane, Halfway House, Shrewsbury
This black and white period house which dates back to 1520 is on the market for £1.85 million.
The Grade II* manor house features seven bedrooms and two bathrooms along with more than 17 acres of grounds.
As well as the landscaped gardens, inside the house is exposed beams, leaded windows, oak flooring, fireplaces and decorative panelling.
Nestled in the middle of Shrewsbury town centre is a six-bedroom home which has a price tag of £1.85 million.
The Grade II listed town house has six bedrooms, six bathrooms and is spread over four floors.
And the house, which is near Shrewsbury Cathedral, has a large south-facing garden with a paved sun terrace.
There is also a garage for four cars off Town Walls with an additional workshop area.
Hunter Street, Shrewsbury
This five-bedroom home with a separate three-bed coach house is a short walk from Shrewsbury town centre and is up for sale for £1.75 million.
The house also has traditional gardens sloping down towards the River Severn.
High Street, Edgmond
Provost’s House is a historic Grade II* house up for sale for £1.7 million.
The seven-bedroom home has evolved to form a mix of accommodation ranging from the 1300s through the latest additions in 1906.
The house is set in 2.92 acres of land including formal gardens and an outdoor swimming pool.
The listing on Rightmove says: “The front of the house is a medley of medieval and late Tudor styles primarily in red sandstone, with the later additions in red brick.
“To the right hand side, a timber framed gable contrasts the medieval style battlement detail of the original house.
“The back of the house is a completely different style in the form of an 18th century, red brick classic elegant Georgian façade, however the use of battlements creates harmony between the two eras.”
Bryn House, Bryn, Bishops Castle
Bryn House is a Grade II listed six-bedroom house which dates back to the 14th Century.
The £1.65 million home features three bathrooms, two cloakrooms, a pantry, boot room, cellar terrace and gardens, paddocks and woodland, outbuildings and a separate two bedroom cottage and adjoining barn.
The listing says: “The original part of Bryn House dates from the 14th/15th century and the main part of the house is Georgian with later Victorian additions.
“Sympathetic investment and modern internal and external infrastructure has brought Bryn House firmly into the 21st century.”
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