To The Manor born – if you have £2.25 million - with pictures
It's a lavish Georgian estate, surrounded by a perfect green haven and fit for anyone seeking a little spot of tranquillity.
Now prospective buyers are in with the chance of lapping up luxury near Bridgnorth - if they have £2.25 million to spare.
The extravagant Pattingham country home, which boasts wood said to have come from the Palace of Versailles, is now up for sale.
Estate agents Peter James Property said it is looking for offers in the region of £2.25m for the 'exceptional' five-bed home, with 78 acres of land available by separate negotiation.
It said: "A classically beautiful Georgian country house, benefiting from picturesque, far reaching views that can be appreciated from all five of its sumptuous bedrooms.
"Approached by a private driveway with automatic gates, this house offers complete privacy, combining rural living with excellent transport links and extensive amenities found nearby.
"The house stands in its own grounds compromising of sweeping lawns, landscaped gardens and mature woodland.
"The Manor has been substantially refurbished with much care taken to maintain its graceful character whilst incorporating high specification modern day comforts."
Featuring a block of eight stables, brick built barn and farm offices, Little Moor's The Manor also offers five double bedrooms, two bathrooms and three reception rooms.
The stunning property, which sits among miles of glorious countryside, includes an impressive hall with a smooth flag stone floor.
Large sash bay windows frame the property's beautiful views, while period fireplaces sitting in a number of rooms bring a touch of 18th century elegance to the home.
Polished wood flooring, believed to have been flown in from French landmark the Palace of Versailles, extends across the dining room.
Families can snuggle up in front of a wood-burning stove within the property's sitting room after retreating to the extensive cellars to grab a bottle of wine.
A stained glass roof light illuminates the landing, shedding light upon The Manor's wide staircase leading to the spacious bedrooms.
With planning permission to build a further four rooms, the luxurious manor also includes its own leisure complex with a heated indoor pool alongside a garage and workshop space.
The estate agents added: "The property is surrounded by elegant manicured gardens, broken only by the impressive sweep of the tree-lined tarmacadam driveway to the front.
"Exceptional views are available to all aspects, and the property benefits from extensive grounds."
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