* A magnificent 3-bedroom first-floor apartment in a beautiful country-house conversion of just seven properties, offering over 2266 sq. ft. of elegant accommodation. Boasts superb views, period grandeur, and truly exceptional grounds surrounded by countryside. Includes a garage and parking * Hall * Kitchen with door to terrace * Lounge * Dining room * Study * Master bedroom with en suite * Two further double bedrooms * Shower room * Approximately three acres of beautiful grounds * Resident and guest parking * Garage * Sizeable roof terrace shared with just one other apartment * Grand communal entrance hall * Private entrance steps to kitchen * Pets allowed * NO CHAIN *
Stableford Hall, nestled in the sublime Shropshire countryside between Telford and Wolverhampton, is arguably the finest country-house conversion in the local area, sitting within approximately three acres of exceptional grounds and enjoying spectacular views across the surrounding landscape. Converted in the late 1980s to offer just seven exclusive apartments, the Hall perfectly demonstrates the impeccable symmetry and refined elegance of Georgian architecture, having a beautiful arched portico to the front, high ceilings, and superb period details. This unmissable 3-bedroom apartment is the largest property on site and occupies the entire first floor, retaining period timber-framed windows, impressive ceiling heights, and wonderful internal flourishes which create a sense of the Hall’s original grandeur. With a large dining room, a vast dual-aspect lounge, a delightful kitchen, and a study, the apartment is certainly a unique find and must be viewed to fully appreciate its true scale and wonderful location. The master bedroom is of capacious proportions and boasts an en suite, in addition to two further bedrooms and a shower room. A door off the kitchen leads onto a sizeable roof terrace, shared with just one other apartment, and an alternative entrance close to the parking area. Large windows throughout offer breath-taking views across the stunning grounds and surrounding countryside, towards nearby Badger Wood, while the interior includes several period fireplaces, two of which are finished in glorious solid marble. Embracing the property on all sides, the communal grounds offer a choice of peaceful seating areas and mature trees,and exceptional views. Plenty of parking is available for both residents and guests, and the property enjoys the use of a single garage.