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Exceptional equestrian property for sale near Shrewsbury
Published October 18th, 2016
A superb equestrian property with a professional riders’ yard, purpose built stables and tackroom, jump and floodlit arenas and up to 24 acres of farmland is on the market in Shropshire with Berrys.
Manor Fields Farm, Great Lyth, Shrewsbury is being offered for sale with a guide price of £795,000 to include 11 acres with a further 13 acres available by separate negotiation.
“This is a rare opportunity to buy a property in a great location with sensational views and superb equestrian facilities,” said Philip Robinson, residential agency manager with Berrys at Shrewsbury.
“Situated just five miles South of Shrewsbury, the house looks south over its land towards the spectacular Shropshire Hills and although requiring some modernisation could readily be adapted to create a lovely family home.
“In addition, planning consent has been obtained on part of the stable block to provide living accommodation for a groom,” he said.
The principal driveway sweeps up from the main road along one side of the paddocks. The equestrian facilities also have independent access off the back lane and include an impressive U shape stable block with 20 stables and two arenas – a 60m by 30m jump arena and 40m by 20m floodlit flat arena – plus a round lunge pen.
There is ample hacking in the area and just a few miles away is Berriewood Farm Riding School which has indoor and outdoor riding arenas and cross country course. For fabulous hacking and free gallops, Long Mynd Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is 15 minutes away and there is an indoor arena just five minutes hack away.
“Manor Fields Farm is an exceptional equestrian property which will attract private buyers looking to accommodate their family and horses as well as those with a business eye looking to run a commercial livery yard,” said Philip.
The property has excellent road network being just five minutes from the A49 and close to the A5 bypass.
Locally, Lyth Hill Country Park with its panoramic views of the south Shropshire Hills is a popular spot for walkers and nearby Bayston Hill is a large village with a wide range of amenities including three public houses, two churches, primary school, public library, post office and newsagents, local supermarket, fish and chip shop, greengrocers, baker and a family butchers.
A wide variety of sports facilities are available in Shrewsbury and local golf clubs include Arscott Golf Club (two miles) and Shrewsbury Golf Club at Condover (2.5 miles).
Local primary schools include Longden C of E Primary and Oakmeadow C of E Primary, with Meole Brace School and The Priory School the closest secondary schools. There are many highly respected independent schools in Shrewsbury.
To view the property contact Philip Robinson or Hannah Breeze at Berrys on 01743 271697 email Philip.firstname.lastname@example.org or download the particulars at: http://www.berrys.uk.com/property/great-lyth-shrewsbury-shropshire