Redhill Mill is an impressive detached family home which has been greatly improved by the current owners to create a unique environment, balancing sophisticated technology with period features throughout. Once a water mill believed to date back in parts to the 17th century, the site was mentioned in the Doomesday Book and comprises of later Victorian extensions with a converted maltings.
The accommodation flows beautifully over four floors, leading from a striking entrance hall with stunning oak staircase which gives access to the bedrooms on the first and second floors, with several reception rooms over the first and ground floors. Of particular note, is the vaulted family dining room mezzanine, ideal for both everyday living and larger entertaining, which leads to the kitchen/breakfast room from a galleried staircase and features an impressive double height window. The bespoke kitchen with quartz countertops, duel fuel aga and range of Neff integrated appliances is complimented by a larder and well-fitted utility room. To the rear of the house is a fabulous triple aspect drawing room with feature fireplace and double doors leading onto the rear terrace and garden. A sitting room, study and two cloakrooms complete the ground floor accommodation.
The cellar is accessed from the ground floor, providing ample storage. Part of the cellar has also been converted into a separate games room, with access from both the inner hallway and courtyard.
Over the first and second floors are four bedrooms served by four bathrooms. The master bedroom is a particular feature with exposed beams, spacious en-suite and dressing area with a balcony that overlooks the garden. A dressing room with built in wardrobes on the first floor could also serve as a 5th bedroom if required.
Redhill Mill is situated on the fringe of the small hamlet of Hook-a-gate, close to the larger village of Longden with its C of E primary school, post office and pub. The historic County town of Shrewsbury is nearby with its extensive range of shops and leisure amenities. It is also renowned for its excellent schools including Shrewsbury School, the High School, Kingsland Grange and Prestfelde Preparatory School. There are good road links in the area with access to the M54 and the motorway network to Telford and Birmingham. A rail service is available at Shrewsbury along with regional International airports at Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham.
Forming part of the original courtyard and being accessed through separate electric gates, a range of versatile outbuildings to the rear comprise of a workshop/store and triple garage with above studio space. Situated at the front is a double insulated and glazed purpose built log cabin with broadband & electrics, which could serve as an office if required. A large, former cow shed provides ample storage.
The property is approached through electric gates with ‘in and out’ driveway, sweeping past the house, and proving a substantial turning area with parking for multiple cars.
Sitting in landscaped gardens and grounds extending to approximately 3.32 acres, Redhill Mill enjoys beautifully protected surroundings. These provide variety to include formal gardens bordered by the Rea Brook and a large south-facing sun terrace, ideal for outdoor entertaining with thatched roof gazebo. Beyond the gardens are three paddocks, two with separate gated access.
To the side of the house is a small orchard planted with pear, apple and plum trees that leads from the well-stocked vegetable patch and two auto regulating greenhouses.