Orleton Manor is an historic Grade II* 16th-Century house, home to a number of noteworthy figures including the 17th Century historian Thomas Blount. It is thought that the 18th Century poet Alexander Pope also spent time at the manor. This remarkable propertyoffers excellent accommodation over two floors and has been sympathetically restored over the years yet still offers scope for further improvement. There is planning permission to create further bedrooms in the attic and to build a triple garage in the grounds. Orleton Manor has huge character and charm with many original features including exposed timber beams, oak panelled walls, inglenook fireplaces and exposed wooden floorboards. The ground floor comprises a spacious entrance hall, which flows into the open plan kitchen/dining room offering excellent entertaining space with stunning views to the surrounding countryside and double doors that directly open out to the gardens and patio. The beautiful oak framed garden room built by the current vendors benefits from full length glazed windows, which allow natural light to fill the room and provide super views. At the heart of the property is the elegant drawing room with flagstone floors, open fireplace and ornate plasterwork. There is a separate sitting room, study and games rooms which complete the reception space. Accessed via a beautiful spiraled staircase, the stunning master bedroom has a vaulted ceiling, oak panelled walls, fireplace of historical importance, shower en suite and has an enviable outlook over the parkland and countryside beyond. There are 7 good sized further bedrooms which are full of character and are served by the family bathroom and separate shower room. Orleton Manor sits amidst 18.50 acres of beautiful grounds comprising paddocks, orchard, and landscaped gardens which are mainly laid to lawn. There are two ponds, a cottage garden with garden sheds and a variety of mature trees and shrubs. The current owners use the small lake for swimming and paddle-boarding. To the rear of the property is a large walled garden area which provides scope for landscaped gardens, space for additional dwellings or outbuildings subject to the necessary consents. There is a footpath across the southern boundary of the land and rights of way from point A to B and from A to C for two neighbouring properties.