Clawdd Y Dre | Lions Bank, Montgomery, Powys

One of Montgomery's Finest Period Residences; situated on the South Eastern Ramparts of the Old Town Walls and with Striking Open Views to the Shropshire Hills
Guide Price
£750,000
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Grade II* Listed, Period Residence, Secondary Accommodation, Landscaped Gardens, Six Bedrooms, Three Bathrooms, Striking Open Views, Conservatory, Off-Street Parking, Double Garage


Clawdd Y Dre is a Grade ll* listed, town centre residence which is known to date back to 1590. In 1700, Henry Whittingham, the Bailiff to the Court of Burgesses bought the property and carried out a full schedule of works and extensions twenty years later.

In circa 1860, during the reign of Queen Victoria, a further extension was built which is currently being used as the 'sitting room' and included the rooms above. The most recent rooms to be added were in 1986, when the previous owners has the utility and conservatory built.

The dining room features some original Tudor Rose Oak panelling, as well as more recent Oak panelling from Chirbury Priory, which is believed to date back to the 1880s.

The main lawn in the landscaped and manicured gardens were once the tennis courts for the Montgomery Tennis Club. This has subsequently moved to the site to the north, adjacent to the bowling green, which neighbours Clawdd Y Dre.

The garden, which can only be described as a 'plantsman's garden' includes mature trees and hedging, some fruit bearing trees, a delightful gazebo and an open five mile view across the valley to the Shropshire Hills.

In addition to the main house, there is secondary accommodation in Spider Cottage, a truly charming three bedroom cottage which is in excellent condition and can be rented separately, used as a holiday let, or just to house one's relatives during the festive period.

Montgomery, a charter town, and the county town of Montgomeryshire, hosts two farmers markets which take place on a Thursday and on a Saturday. These stallholders sell a variety of produce, from locally grown vegetables and fresh bread to fish and meats.

Other attractions include Montgomery Castle, an exciting range of shops and boutiques, tea rooms, public houses and locally recognised restaurants.

The town is known to be a walking centre, were one can go and explore this beautiful countryside, from Offa's Dyke to the Shropshire Hills which are designated as an AONB.

Please Note: Spider Cottage is currently let on an AST.

From Shrewsbury Town Centre, drive towards and through Westbury on the B4386. Follow this B-Road though Chirbury and into Montgomery. Once on the High Street, the B4385, take the third road on the left on to Lions Bank and the property is located in front of you, on the bend.





Key Features

Grade II* Listed Period Residence
Secondary Accommodation Landscaped Gardens
Floorplan Brochure
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