Equestrian opportunity with sale of land and stables
Published September 3rd, 2013
A valuable block of pasture land with stabling in a rural area at Spoonley, one mile north of Market Drayton has come on the market through Berrys with a guide price of £185,000.
The 10.84 acres (4.38 hectares) of level pasture is available as a whole or in lots as required and includes a seven-stable complex on an enclosed concrete yard with a hay store. To the front of the stables is a round pen with a sand surface.
Suitable for horse and livestock grazing, the land is and is within one enclosure bound by mature hedgerow. Access is directly off the A529 and the land is ideally located with good access to a network of country lanes and tracks for hacking purposes. The predominant soil type is Salop, a slowly permeable soil suitable for grassland and cereals.
The land has a natural water supply and sporting and mineral rights are in hand and will pass with the freehold.
A shipping container located adjacent to the stable block is available by separate negotiation if required.
For further details contact Hollie Savage at Berrys’ Shrewsbury office on 01743 267067 email email@example.com