Bridgnorth Property of the Month
Brockton Hall Farm is an elegant Georgian farmhouse sitting in beautiful gardens and grounds on the edge of the much sought-after village of Brockton.
It is believed that the property dates to the early 1800’s and boasts many original character features including a wealth of exposed beams and timbers.
The property offers a private position and is approached via a long driveway leading from the main road. A gated courtyard provides a wealth of parking and access to the 60ft garage.
Approached from the front via the formal entrance hall, a glazed porch opens into a welcoming hallway with quarry tiled floor and staircase to the first floor. Leading directly off the parking area is the rear entrance hall, approached via the block paved and walled courtyard. The very practical area is laid with quarry tiled flooring and offers a wide door into the useful utility with storeroom beyond. There is an additional cellar with storeroom off.
The breakfast kitchen is lovely and bright with two side windows, one of which offers character shutters. The kitchen offers a range of units and an oil-fired AGA which is recessed within an exposed brick surround with tiled back.
An inner hall offers access to the secondary staircase and guest clocks/WC. To the left, is a charming study with fitted shelving and storage cupboard, plus access into the lounge.
The delightful living room offers a wide box bay front window with shuttering, offering the most pleasant aspect overlooking the gardens. Particular features are the twin arched recesses either side of the chimney breast and the curved art eco style wall with deep skirting boards.
Offering a similar outlook over the gardens is the second reception, also offering a front box bay with window shutters. Currently being used as the library, the fabulous room offers excellent scope for alternative use and features exposed floors and beams, extensive shelving and fireplace with brick surround.
The spacious dining room is conveniently located adjacent to the kitchen and offers a “garden room” feel, having exposed brickwork, a vaulted beamed ceiling, character bread oven and sliding doors leading out to the patio terrace, ideal for entertaining.
Stairs lead to the first-floor landing where there are three double bedrooms, and a well-proportioned family bathroom. Stairs lead to the first-floor landing where there are three double bedrooms, and a well-proportioned family bathroom. The mast bedroom affords full width wardrobes and a generous en-suite which can also be accessed from the landing.
The staircase continues to the second floor where there are four rooms, three of which would be ideal bedrooms, all with windows and high beamed ceilings. The fourth of the loft rooms can be accessed from the secondary staircase and would make an ideal second floor bathroom subject to the necessary permissions and regulations.
Attractive gardens are laid mainly to lawn, extending down to a lovely orchard area with a variety of fruit trees. A paddock sits adjacent to the garden bordered by mature trees and hedges. Adjacent to the parking area is a wide garage with twin door access and an adjoining workshop and garden store.
Situated just 6 miles to the south east of Telford and about 8 miles north east of Bridgnorth, making it within easy commuting distance of Telford and the wider West Midlands conurbation. The M54 Junction 4 is just under 5 miles away which gives access to the M6 and wider Motorway network. The historic market town of Shifnal is located under 4 miles away and has several amenities including restaurants, pubs, shops and a train station with links to both Shrewsbury and Birmingham New Street.
There are many renowned schools in the area including St Dominic’s in Brewood, Wolverhampton Grammar School, Tettenhall College, Wrekin Collage, Shrewsbury High School and Shrewsbury School.