Apley Hall is the principal part of one of Shropshire’s most important country houses. Predominantly built with Grinshill stone in a Gothic style, the exterior features battlemented parapets and mullioned windows. Grade II listed Apley Hall is supremely elegant and has been lovingly restored by renowned historic architect Martin Ebelis to offer light and gracious living accommodation with luxurious modern day comforts.
The interior contains beautifully balanced state rooms with ornate plaster and fan vaulted ceilings, cornices, panelling and deep casement sash windows which frame stunning parkland views. Of particular note is the central monumental staircase spanning three storeys and lit by the decorative cupula. Upstairs, the house of arches and decorative details reveals a master bedroom suite with sitting room, two fireplaces, en suite bathroom and views across the parkland through the deep bay windows, billiard room and further bedrooms.
At the top of the back staircase, lit by a further cupula, is an attractive bedroom with archway to kitchenette and shower room suitable for ancillary accommodation. Apley Hall is approached through wrought iron electric gates to a gravel driveway which sweeps up to the front of the house to its impressive arched entranceway. To the front of the property lies the east facing formal lawned garden which is edged by a low wall and ha-ha opening to stunning views of the beautiful parkland beyond. In the southerly corner of the garden is a substantial wooden pergola perfect for outdoor dining and entertaining.
Speciality Items: Grinshill Stone, Fully Restored by Architect Martin Ebelis, Wrought Iron Gates, Access to 10 Acres of Communal Gardens & Grounds.
Address: Apley Park, Bridgnorth, England, WV15 5Ne