Sherdley Hall has been in existence since the early 14th century, however, the building that currently stands was erected in 1671, having that date as a feature carving over its front door. It is not known for certain who constructed the property, although it is likely to have been a member of the Roughley family. Constructed in an Elizabethan style, it affords gables and grids of mullioned windows, brick chimneys and red and yellow coloured sandstone elevations.
Being offered for sale, the property represents a fabulous opportunity to refurbish your own piece of history. Of course, being set in the park, it has access to both the golf course and the various walks on offer, whilst also being handy for the town centre and the motorway network to the south of St. Helens.
The property boasts two principal entrances, one to the front and one to the rear. The rear entrance is utilised the most predominantly as it allows access to the parking areas around the stables and into the mews area too.
Entering the property to the rear is via a porch, affording a Minton tiled floor, windows to three sides and a door.
Access into an entrance hall/lounge is from the porch, featuring a log burning stove set on a slate hearth, tiled floor, one radiator and a window to the rear.
From here, you step down into the kitchen. Fitted with a range of base, wall and drawer units, you will additionally find a seven ring Belling classic range, a stainless-steel sink with a window above overlooking the yard, integrated dishwasher, tiled floor, part tiled elevations, one radiator and a bench area to one corner.
A utility space follows on from the kitchen, featuring its own range of base and wall units, in addition to a white single drainer sink, one radiator, tiled floor, drying area and space for an abundance of other appliances. Windows look into the garden.
A downstairs shower room features next, conveniently placed for people returning from the stables. Affording a low-level W.C, pedestal wash basin, a shower area and a continuation of the tiled flooring from the utility and kitchen.
A boot room follows, currently equipped for dogs, offering a tiled floor and a coach stable door, allowing access to the yard.
Stepping in another direction from the rear entrance hall, a lounge features, allowing access to the front of the property via a wooden door. Presented with an original stone floor, original open fireplace with feature surround and windows to two aspects.
A further lounge follows, again with windows to two aspects and an open fireplace with feature surround.
Moving through the central hall into the rear study room, you will find a window, in addition to a radiator and built-in cupboards.
A central 360° staircase runs through the property with access to both the first and second floor.
An anti-space greets you on the first floor, which offers storage and leads you through to a family bathroom.
An incredibly well-appointed bathroom featuring a modern suite. Incorporating a bathtub with mixer taps and shower attachment, low-level W.C. a bespoke sink set in a vanity unit and a step-in shower cubicle affording a plumbed shower. Additionally featuring a towel radiator, tiled elevations and flooring and exposed beams, which create a charming highlight.
Returning to the landing, you arrive at a double ensuite bedroom boasting views into the garden and additionally featuring a radiator and a capped fireplace. The ensuite is fitted with a low-level W.C, a pedestal wash basin, step in shower cubicle presented with a plumbed shower, part tiled elevations and tiled flooring.
The landing leads you to a further three bedrooms, two of which are extremely sizeable and offer views to two aspects. A modest seating area, tucked away in the corner, features in one of the bedrooms, in addition to a radiator and a fireplace. The second of the more sizeable bedrooms presents windows to two aspects, a fireplace and a radiator. The final bedroom to this floor is currently used as a walk-in wardrobe and features a radiator and a window.
Ascending the staircase to the top floor, you will find a considerably sized room with exposed beams, windows to two aspects, laminate flooring and a storage area.
The property sits at the end of the mews and has gated access. To one side you will find a sizeable garden area, and this complements the three stables to the other side (with their own double gated access to the yard). The front of the property has lawns with a border to the park.
Bedroom 1: 16'9x16'4
Bedroom 2: 13'10x12'0
Bedroom 3: 15'10x15'10
Bedroom 4: 9'6x9'5
Bedroom 5: 18'4x16'0 Loft Room
Bedroom 6: 9'10x6'2 Loft Room
Reception 1: 18'0x16'4
Reception 2: 15'6x15'3
Reception 3: 13'7x11'9
Reception 4: 9'2x9'2