Tilston, Malpas, UK, United Kingdom
A marvellous Grade II listed family home, with adjoining cottage and one bedroom apartment, set in 2.8 acres
A fine period property, Grade II Listed The Hall's history can be traced back to the Restoration Historian Nikolaus Pevsner dates the Hall to 1660 Wonderful family home with opportunity for multi-generational living Includes converted one bedroom open-plan barn Adjoining three bedroom cottage A set of former piggeries with development potential (STPP) Beautiful lawned gardens, kitchen gardens, paddock and orchard Peaceful village location but excellent access to Chester and beyondStretton Lower Hall is an impressive family residence just five miles from the popular village of Malpas. It has an abundance of period features both inside and out, including a Victorian servants staircase, beamed Inglenook fireplace, original doors and ceiling beams. On the ground floor is a drawing room with an open fireplace, a sitting room with a woodburner set in an Inglenook, a dining room, and a kitchen/breakfast room with an oil fired Aga. There is also a utility room with an adjoining cloakroom, understairs storage and access to the large sandstone cellar. On the first floor are four bedrooms (one with en-suite shower room). There is also a bathroom and separate w.c. On the second floor there are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. This floor is currently laid out as a self-contained apartment, with a kitchen/breakfast room (bedroom seven) and a sitting room with stunning beamed eaves ceiling. The secondary staircase gives independent access to the rear hall. The Cottage offers self-contained accommodation for multi-generational living or rental opportunities. It has a good sized kitchen with walk-in pantry, a dining room, sitting room, downstairs family bathroom, and bedroom with dressing room and door out to the private garden. On the first floor are two further bedrooms and a large landing/study area.
At the front of the property is a west facing garden with a superb weeping ash, and lawns which sweep south around the Hall and down to a mature kitchen garden with box hedging. The grounds also include a two acre paddock with hard standing available for the erection of stables. The large courtyard provides parking for multiple vehicles, and on this stands The Barn and The Piggeries. The Barn has store rooms and a garage/log store on the ground floor and a converted one bedroom apartment on the first floor. Subject to the necessary planning consents, both buildings could be converted to provide further ancillary accommodation.