It's not every day a house comes on the market with its own temple.

But after almost 40 years that's exactly what is being offered in Bronygarth – and it could be yours for a cool £1.15 million.

Temple Garth itself is a classic, square country house which is built of stone and offers windows on all four sides maximising the staggering rural views.

But if you look beyond the house, there is so much more.

With a garden, paddock and woodland extending to just shy of 13 acres, there is also a fascinating stone 'temple' which has its own gated access and was reputedly built in 1850 for the Quinta Estate using limestone from Llanymynech. It has been described as 'one of the most eccentric park structures in Shropshire' according to agents Strutt & Parker.

Border Counties Advertizer: The temple at the propertyThe temple at the property

The house itself is a beautiful structure featuring a cellar, a spacious library, dual aspect drawing room with spectacular views rural views across the countryside and hills, plus a dining room with doors opening onto the south-facing terrace that is perfect for alfresco dining.

A wide staircase with feature cathedral window leads to the light flooded landing and four bedrooms and a family bathroom.

And it doesn't stop there as there is also a coach house which has been converted into two spacious studio apartments with shower rooms and separate access to each side making them very private and ideal for guests, relatives, staff, a large home office or utilised as Air BnB.

Border Counties Advertizer: The views are stunning from every roomThe views are stunning from every room

There are front and rear driveways, ample parking, plus a vegetable garden with greenhouse and shed.

With so much to offer it's hardly surprising this hidden gem hasn't been on the market in so long.

For more contact the agents Strutt & Parker in Shrewsbury by calling 01743 534859.