A property sitting on six acres of land dating back to the eighteenth century has been put on the market.

The Vine, a caravan park in Arddleen near Llanymynech, along with a six bedroom house, detached bungalow and six acres of land, is currently up for sale.

The main house, a six-bedroom property from the eighteenth century, has three floors and was previously used as both a dwelling and a shop for park goers.

The property also features a self-contained bungalow, potential livestock holding grounds and a touring caravan park suitable for five pitches.


Describing the property, Morris Marshall & Poole said: “The Vine is a substantial 18th Century period property of character which has previously served as a dwelling and shop and now affords particularly spacious accommodation, ideal for modern family living, retaining features and arranged over 3 floors.

County Times: Interior of The Vine in Arddleen.

County Times: Interior of The Vine in Arddleen.

“The former shop provides for a large Lounge which is flooded with natural light and has an additional service door the front and all reception rooms have exposed beams.

“To the rear of the property is a very comfortable dining room with feature bread oven, beamed ceiling and opens directly into the well fitted kitchen.

“There is a rear Hall and Utility Room together with Cloakroom and a further Reception Room which is currently used as an office in conjunction with the touring park facilities.”

The first-floor features four bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite bathroom, while there are two more attic bedrooms on the second floor with vaulted ceilings.

County Times: Stables and the detached bungalow at The Vine in Arddleen.

County Times: grounds for touring caravan pitches at The Vine, Arddleen.

Morris, Marshall & Poole added: “In addition to the main house is a detached single storey conversion, which provides for a self-contained bungalow with an entrance hall, superb living and dining space together with a modern fitted kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.

“There are five fully serviced caravan pitches for touring units (caravan and motorhome club affiliated) set with their own grounds together with a large area of hardstanding which was planned for an 80-unit storage facility for leisure vehicles with wash down area.

“The property in total extends to just over six acres which includes three acres of level paddocks which would suit equestrian, or livestock uses with potential to extend the current business enterprise for caravans.”