>A rare opportunity has arisen to purchase one of Shropshire’s finest farms. Longslow Farm, Market Drayton, is situated in a beautiful and picturesque part of north Shropshire. The attractive, well located, seventeenth century property is set in a stunning location which commands outstanding views from all aspects.
>The property includes a large period traditional farmhouse, traditional farm buildings, modern farm buildings, three cottages and agricultural land. The farmhouse dates from the 17th century with later additions and benefits from not being listed.
>The productive and versatile land extends to 283.16 acres (114.59 hectares) and is predominantly flat and benefits from a private water supply. It is well suited to grow arable crops and grassland for livestock grazing and dairy production.
>Access to Longslow Farm is along a quiet country lane, providing a peaceful setting, but has the advantage of being within easy reach of the nearby market town of Market Drayton.
>The farmhouse provides accommodation on three floors. The ground floor includes an entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, drawing room, office, back hall with cellar. There are four bedrooms, bathroom and shower room on the first floor and the second floor has four attic rooms with potential for conversion into bedrooms, play room and office space. The house is set in substantial gardens plus a 1.65acre paddock, garage and outbuildings.
>The Farm is available as a whole or in lots. The traditional buildings offer development potential, allowing for one to be converted into the main farm house and the other four homes sold or kept separately.
>The lots are as indicated:
>Lot 1: Longslow farmhouse and outbuildings set in 2.23 acres.
>Lot 2: Traditional farm buildings and modern farm buildings set in 11.33 acres.
>Lot 3: 140.47 acres of land.
>Lot 4: 61.94 acres of land.
>Lot 5: 66.68 acres of land.
>Lot 6: No.5 Longslow cottage.
>Lot 7: No. 6 Longslow cottage.
>Lot 8: No. 9 Longslow cottage set in 0.3 acres.
>Viewing of the property is strictly by appointment through Roger Parry & Partners. Please contact Roger Parry or Peter Daborn to arrange a viewing. Telephone: 01743 791336 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org