On Hold £25,000 pax
Country cottage with seven acres on market for £375,000
Published December 13th, 2016
A modernised and extended country cottage with fantastic views and land is on the market on the Powys/Shropshire border with Berrys.
Tan y Bryn, Llansantffraid is for sale with a guide price in excess of £375,000 to include seven acres of adjoining pasture land.
Suitable for a small livestock enterprise, the detached property is in an attractive rural location that is a haven for wildlife.
“Positioned away from other houses but not totally isolated, the property was originally a traditional stone built cottage that has since been extended to provide more spacious and comfortable living space on the ground floor with two double bedrooms and one single bedroom on the first floor,” said Philip Robinson, residential agency manager with Berrys at Shrewsbury.
“Although the property has been improved and has central heating, there is scope to improve energy efficiency by upgrading double glazing and replacing the boiler.”
Tan y Bryn is just two miles from the village of Llansantffraid which has the Station Grill and The Lion pub and other amenities including Wynnstay Stores, Spar, petrol station with Costcutter, newsagents, Indian restaurant and fish and chip shop. There is also a community centre and football and bowling clubs. Golf clubs nearby are at Llanymynech, Mile End and Oswestry.
There is a local primary school in Llansantffraid and the nearest secondary school is in Llanfyllin. Good independent schools nearby include Oswestry School, Moreton Hall School and Adcote School for Girls
The seven acres of land is currently used as grazing by a local farmer but will be offered with full vacant possession. A small gated coppice lies within the property’s boundary that previously sited a garage.
For further details contact Philip Robinson or Hannah Breeze at the Shrewsbury office of Berrys, telephone 01743 271697 email Philip.firstname.lastname@example.org