To Let £10,000 pax
Six bedroom farmhouse on market for £650,000 in north Shropshire
Published January 24th, 2017
A six-bedroom, period farmhouse with large south facing garden and two acres of land is on the market with Berrys in north Shropshire
Hatton Farmhouse, Hatton Road, Market Drayton is for sale with a guide price of £650,000 which includes a large garden, yard, two outbuildings and a modern barn adjacent to a two-acre paddock. A further 14 acres is available by separate negotiation.
“This attractive and traditional farmhouse isn’t listed and offers an ideal opportunity for a new owner to refurbish a substantial property into a comfortable, family home,” said Philip Robinson, residential agency manager with Berrys at Shrewsbury.
“In addition, two traditional outbuildings in the adjacent yard could be renovated to provide storage, stables, garaging or possibly additional accommodation, subject to obtaining necessary consents.”
A more modern farm building is situated next to the access to the two acres of land lying south of the house that is also included in the sale. A further 14 acres with a natural pond lying to the east of the house and beside the entrance drive are available by separate negotiation.
Enjoying open countryside views towards the Welsh Hills, Hatton Farmhouse is in a rural setting between Newport and Whitchurch with easy access to the A41 link road to the M54.
The nearby village of Hinstock offers a variety of amenities such as a village school, shops, post office and store, village hall, lawn tennis and snooker clubs as well as the popular pub The Falcon serving locally sourced food and real ales.
Local leisure facilities are in abundance with golf courses at Market Drayton, Newport and Hawkstone Park, together with West Midlands Shooting Ground at Hodnet.
Nearby secondary schools include The Grove School at Market Drayton, Adams Grammar School, Newport and Newport Girls High School Academy Trust.
“This substantial property offers a great deal of flexibility for a new owner offering potential to convert buildings into alternative uses and take on extra land perhaps to accommodate livestock or horses,” Philip added.
For further details or to view the property contact Philip Robinson or Hannah Breeze at Berrys on 01743 271697 or email firstname.lastname@example.org