Llanyblodwel, Oswestry, Shropshire, SY10
A fine Georgian house with enormous character and unspoilt charm
A Grade II Listed 18th Century house in the prettiest of locations next to the church, with a cobbled courtyard and a pretty gardens The Hall with its fine oak staircase has doors off to the Dining room with fitted book shelves and fireplace with marbles surround and mantle. The Drawing room also has an open fireplace. The original tiled floor runs throughout the back of the house. It links the sitting room and rear Hall with its back door to the Courtyard and door to the Cellar under the backstairs. The Kitchen has a recessed two oven Aga, original cupboards and drawers either side. Beyond is the Scullery, Larder and a further door leading out into the Courtyard. The Conservatory overlooks and leads to the garden. The first floor landing is naturally lit by an octagonal cupola. At the front is a guest bedroom which links to a bathroom, The main bedroom has a dressing room and ensuite bathroom. At the back are two further bedroom and the back staircase continues to the top floor with two more rooms. The cobbled Courtyard is accessed directly off the lane. The single storey buildings around the Courtyard comprise a boiler room, tank room, garage with loft above, stables, stalls and garden storerooms and a small cobbled yard. A carport is beside the house. The gardens throughout are bounded by stone walls and the main garden runs along the back of the church with distant views across the fields. At the far end there is a vegetable garden.