Georgian Homes- Daniel James- Oswestry

Hi, fellow house hunters and architecture enthusiasts! Today, I want to dive into a topic that’s near and dear to my heart (and I bet yours too, once we’re done here): Georgian homes. If you’re like us in the office, you can’t help but swoon over the elegant facades, symmetrical designs, and classic features that define these beauties.

So, what makes Georgian homes so irresistible? Let’s break it down.

First off, let’s talk about curb appeal, Each home boasts its own unique character yet seamlessly blends into the surrounding aesthetic. With their timeless symmetry, grand entrances, and perfectly proportioned windows, Georgian homes have a way of turning heads and stealing hearts.

But it’s not just about looks. Step inside, and you’ll find yourself transported to a world of refined elegance and understated luxury. High ceilings, spacious rooms, and intricate mouldings are just the beginning. Whether you’re lounging, hosting a dinner party in the formal dining room, or retreating to the tranquillity of your master suite, every corner of this period home exudes a sense of grace and sophistication.

And let’s not forget about the history. Named after the four British monarchs who reigned during the Georgian era (1714-1830), these homes are steeped in centuries of tradition and craftsmanship. From the meticulously laid brickwork to the hand-carved woodwork, every detail tells a story and adds to the home’s character.

Of course, owning a piece of history comes with its own set of responsibilities. From preserving original features to navigating the intricacies of listed building regulations, maintaining a Georgian home requires a delicate balance of reverence and practicality. But for those who appreciate the beauty of the past and are willing to put in the work, the rewards are well worth it.

So, whether you’re in the market for a new home or simply daydreaming about your future abode, consider adding a Georgian gem to your wishlist. With their timeless charm, unparalleled elegance, and rich history, these architectural treasures are sure to capture your imagination and steal your heart.

Pentre Coed House, Maesbury, Oswestry, SY10 8HB

Our example today is Pentre Coed House, and available to view! (Subject to registration)

Pentre Coed House is nestled in an idyllic setting on the outskirts of the bustling market town of Oswestry, the property is embraced by expansive, mature gardens spanning 0.6 acres, enveloped by serene countryside vistas.

Pentre Coed House epitomises the timeless elegance of a period home, boasting a rich history dating back to 1825. Over the years, this distinguished residence has undergone thoughtful extensions and enhancements, resulting in a spacious and adaptable layout spanning two floors. Throughout the property, a plethora of original features abound, from exposed beams and timbers to ornate cast iron fireplaces and decorative coving, evoking a sense of historic charm and character.

For those seeking a versatile work-from-home setup, several office spaces offer inspiring views of the surrounding gardens. Entertaining enthusiasts will delight in the bespoke dining kitchen, featuring a magnificent inglenook fireplace and log burner, perfect for hosting memorable gatherings. Meanwhile, families will appreciate the abundance of living space, with three reception rooms and four double bedrooms providing ample room to grow and thrive.

Each living area exudes its own unique charm: the light-filled lounge invites cosy evenings by the log burner, the sitting room boasts an inviting cast iron open grate, while the family room captivates with its exposed beams, timbers, and a stunning inglenook fireplace complete with a log burner.  Designed to accommodate the demands of modern living, the residence offers a versatile layout that effortlessly caters to various lifestyles. The ground floor comprises inviting spaces including a lounge, sitting room, family room, and an impressive kitchen/dining area. Additionally, a dedicated home office, utility room, and cloakroom contribute to the functionality of the home.

Ascending to the first floor reveals a haven of tranquillity, featuring four generously sized double bedrooms, accompanied by a bathroom and a separate convenient shower room.

Nestled within approximately 0.6 acres of established gardens, the property offers a serene retreat amidst lush greenery and tranquillity. Situated on the edge of town amidst picturesque countryside, access is via a private driveway shared by just three homes, offering privacy and seclusion. Conveniently located near the A5 road network, the property provides easy commuting access to Shrewsbury, Chester, and Welshpool, making it an ideal choice for commuters.

Approaching the property, a sweeping driveway welcomes residents and guests alike, providing ample parking for multiple vehicles, supplemented by a garage for added convenience

The nearby town of Oswestry boasts an array of amenities, including schools, independent shops, supermarkets, banks, and medical facilities. Additionally, the railway station at nearby Gobowen offers convenient links to major cities such as Chester and London, enhancing the property’s appeal for both practicality and lifestyle convenience. Experience the perfect blend of historic charm, modern comfort, and countryside serenity at Pentre Coed House—a truly exceptional retreat for discerning homeowners.

To view, please contact us on 01691 674494

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