•One of Shropshire finest houses, Kinlet Hall is a beautiful Grade I listed Palladian country house set in 102 acres.
•Built in a classic early Georgian style with the symmetry and grand elevations synonymous with Francis Smith of Warwick, the east-facing façade enjoys far-reaching views.
•The house is built of brick with stone dressing over three storeys with seven bays flanked by wings to either side. This practical yet formal layout was modelled on Palladio’s Villa Pisani at Montagnana.
•The key features of the property
•The architectural and historical importance of Grade I listed Kinlet Hall with its classic Georgian symmetry and grand elevations synonymous with a Smith of Warwick house.
•Its rural setting, in an attractive and accessible part of Shropshire, close to the Worcestershire border, with outstanding undulating country views.
•The potential, versatility and scale of the house for a range of uses across the broad spectrum of the hospitality sector as well of course as a private house.
•The area is well regarded for its sporting and amenity opportunities.
•Guide price £3.5 million
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