Roger Parry & Partners

Bank House Farm , Ellesmere

The Trench, Ellesmere, Shropshire

Guide Price £770,000

BANK HOUSE FARM For full details please download the full brochure.

Bank House Farm, the house
A spacious detached traditional farmhouse with four/ five bedrooms set in a stunning rural location. The property is set in 21.64 acres to include a large garden, and productive pasture with the benefit of traditional out-buildings well suited to conversion and modern agricultural farm buildings.

The property is perfect for family life and well laid out for entertaining. The house benefits from many features to include exposed beams combined with the large light rooms, original oak doors, open fire places and a log burner.

The house is approached from the road into a gravelled front drive, with ample space for parking for all the family and visitors.

The entrance into the house leads into a useful utility, with fitted units, Belfast basin and stone floor. The utility leads into the kitchen which accommodates a dining table. This is a well appointed and modern kitchen. with fitted units and an LPG range cooker.

From the kitchen there is access into the dining room, providing an excellent room for entertaining and a lovely light space with a window to the garden, engineered oak flooring, built in cupboard and a log burner.
From the kitchen there is access into a central hall, a lovely open hall with engineered oak flooring, and access from the front door and a useful under stairs cupboard. The Hall leads into a downstairs wet-room with a shower, WC, and basin, with a double bedroom (or sitting room) opposite.

From the entrance hall there is a lovely large and light sitting room with an open fire place, engineered oak floor and four windows overlooking the fields.

There is a useful snug sitting room, or office for working from home, with an open fire place.

From the entrance hall, the stairs lead to the galleried landing and the first floor accommodation, along with a useful linen cupboard, housing the hot water cylinder. To the left are two double bedrooms, both of which have engineered oak floor, and windows looking to the lovely country views.

Straight in front of the stairs is a large double bedroom, with engineered oak floor and views over the farmyard and to the countryside beyond.

The master bedroom is a spacious room with superb views through two windows over the farm and further to the hills beyond. The master bedroom benefits from two built in wardrobes and en-suite bathroom with a shower over bath, WC and a basin.

The family bathroom is a well appointed modern and spacious bathroom, with a bath, tile floor, WC, heated towel rail and basin.

There is a room with outside access only housing the boiler, and also a useful WC.
This is a traditional farmhouse of brick construction, and rendered. It has been extended with planning permission and building regulations in place. The windows are all wooden frames with double glazing, and generally in good condition.

The property has a lovely large garden, with a vegetable boarder, large lawns, a summer house and a green house.

Oil central heating
Mains electricity
Mains water
Septic tank drainage
Oil central heating
EPC rating: D

The land
The property benefits from being set in approximately 21.64 acres (8.75 ha) of land in total.

The land is gently undulating, and very productive grassland. The land benefits from a natural water supply from a pond at the bottom of the land.

The land is currently split into four paddocks, and livestock fenced. If the property is split, the buyer will be responsible for erecting a livestock proof fence between lot 1 & 2.

BPS & Subsidies
The holding is registered for Basic Farm Payments, the entitlements may be available by separate negotiation. The property is not registered in any further farm subsidy scheme.

The out-buildings
There is a range of useful out-buildings with the property to include traditional farm buildings, currently utilised for general farm storage and livestock housing. There is potential with these buildings for conversion to residential use (subject to planning).

There is a Dutch-barn with lean-to, and a portal framed building, both of which are housing livestock and are set in a large stone yard.

The purchaser will be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries comprising the property. Neither the vendor nor their agents shall be responsible for defining the boundaries of the ownership thereof.

The property is available on a freehold basis with vacant possession on completion

Floor Plans & Boundary Plans
All floor plans and boundary plans are artists impressions, for illustration purposes only. All measurement are approximate and not to scale. Plans produced using PlanUp & Promap.
EPC banding: D Council Tax band: D

Local Authority
The property falls within the Shropshire Council boundary.
Shropshire Council, Shirehall, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury. SY2 6ND Tel: 03456 789 000

Local Towns & Schools
The county of Shropshire benefits from some of the most sought after market towns in the country to include the county town of Shrewsbury with an excellent reputation for business links as well as a very active social scene. Shropshire also benefits from a distinguished range of independent schools, to include Ellesmere College just 3 miles away, as well as many 'outstanding' state sector schools. There are schools to cater for every need from sporting reputation to academia.

Ellesmere: 2 miles - Shrewsbury: 18 miles - Chester: 26 miles

Bank House Farm , Ellesmere

The Trench, Ellesmere, Shropshire

Guide Price £770,000

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