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21st July 2020
A rare opportunity has arisen to purchase a beautiful period farmhouse, a range of modern and traditional farm buildings and land situated in an idyllic and beautiful part of the Shropshire countryside.
Minsterley Park is a ring-fenced dairy farm, set in 271.30 acres of mid Shropshire’s finest fertile land in the Rea Valley, Minsterley, Shrewsbury. The organic farm is in a private but accessible location and is known for being one of the highest yielding grass farms.
The property includes a large period traditional farmhouse with a huge amount of character and is perfect for entertaining and family life. There is a range of beautiful traditional farm buildings with planning consent for residential use to five units and a range of useful modern farm buildings. It is for sale as a whole or in six lots.
The traditional farmhouse has a wonderful rural setting with spectacular views over the Shropshire countryside. The original date of the house is unknown but it is thought to have been built in at least six phases with a substantial re-build in 1794. Lot 1 includes the Farmhouse and approximately 10.20 acres, to include a large garden, two paddocks and a range of agricultural buildings and useful yard space.
Peter Daborn, Partner with Roger Parry & Partners, said, “It is very rare that such a prestigious farm comes on to the market in Shropshire. It is well known for being one of the most productive grass farms in the area.”
Peter added, “Since Covid19 struck we have been inundated with enquiries for rural properties with land and don’t expect this property to be available for long. If you are interested in moving to this beautiful rural area of England please contact us.”
Particulars of all six lots are available on Roger Parry & Partners website: https://www.rogerparry.net/property.html?id=103419003572
Viewings are strictly by appointment through Roger Parry & Partners. Please contact Roger Parry or Peter Daborn to arrange a viewing. Telephone: 01743 343 343 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org