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Monday, 11 September 2017 13:41

New Appointment

This month Balfours Letting Department have welcomed Bryony Davenport to their team as a Trainee Negotiator & Administrator.  

Bryony grew up on the North Wales/ Shropshire border and has recently graduated with a 1st class honours degree from Liverpool John Moores University. She is a very welcome addition to the team with her positive and enthusiastic outlook.

Bryony is a competitive individual and, whilst she enjoys exploring the Shropshire and Welsh hills in her spare time, she is also a keen runner and is currently training towards running a full marathon; having run the Oswestry Half Marathon in April and raising over £600 for the Teenage Cancer Trust.  

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Friday, 08 September 2017 15:12

Bryony Davenport

Balfours, Shrewsbury

01743 277069

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In September 2017 Balfours Letting Department welcomed Bryony Davenport to their team as a Trainee Negotiator & Administrator. Bryony grew up on the North Wales/ Shropshire border and has recently graduated with a 1st class honours degree. She is a very welcome addition to the team with her positive and enthusiastic outlook and enjoys exploring the Shropshire and Welsh hills in her spare time.

Wednesday, 06 September 2017 15:33

Shirlett, Bridgnorth


A small country cottage for extension or rebuild with paddocks in rural setting.

Tuesday, 29 August 2017 15:31

Copthorne, Shrewsbury


A three bedroom semi-detached period residence located in a very desirable area of northwest Shrewsbury.

Tuesday, 05 September 2017 15:24

Coracle World Championships 2017

This year Balfours LLP is pleased to be entering two teams into the Coracle World Championships, taking place on the 15th September 2017, in support of Macmillan.

The Coracle World Championships have been running for 10 years and teams and sponsors of the event have helped raise over £200,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Macmillan provides services to support people with cancer and their loved ones from the moment they’re diagnosed, through their treatment and beyond. From help with money worries and advice about work, to someone who’ll listen if people just want to talk; Macmillan is there.

Come along and cheer Balfours on at the Pengwern Boat Club on the 15th.

You can also show your support by sponsoring the teams on their just giving page here.

Any donations you give will be gratefully received and will be going toward the vital work that Macmillan do. 

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Thursday, 31 August 2017 11:52

Tucked Away Semi-Detached In Dorrington

A charming Georgian style semi-detached, two bedroom house in the popular village of Dorrington has been launched to the market with a guide price of £150,000.

Tucked away, Two The Square, is a short walk from the heart of the village. Local amenities include village school, doctor’s surgery, public house, shops and the village hall – utilised by many clubs and organisations.

“This is a fabulous opportunity to purchase a Georgian frontage property, with the opportunity to modernise, says agent, Scott Kemsley, of Balfours. The property comprises of entrance hall, living room, kitchen breakfast room. There are two double bedrooms.

 Its other assets include a south facing terrace; easy access to the A49, linking to the major trunk roads to the Midlands, and North West; parking within The Square and storage shed. The property is nearly equi-distance between Shrewsbury, six miles and Church Stretton.

“Two bedroom character properties are a rare find in villages close to Shrewsbury. I would thoroughly recommend viewing to anyone seeking a property where they can enjoy the opportunity updating offers,” Scott adds.

For more information call Scott Kemsley at Balfours on 01743 353511.

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2 The Square Main

2 The Square Garden

2 The Square Back Area

Wednesday, 30 August 2017 16:22

Town Centre Apartment - Stunning Space

A stunning town centre two bedroom apartment has been launched to the market by Balfours with a guide price of £285,000.

The spacious apartment, Apartment 7, Pride Hill House, is located in the heart of the town with picturesque views to St Mary’s Church.  An executive reception hallway, leads through to a private entrance hall and to each of the rooms.

Head of sales at Balfours, Alistair Hilton says: “Number 7 is an immaculately presented town apartment. It is of very generous proportions and with a good flow to layout. The kitchen and living dining room are open plan and the kitchen is fitted with a streamlined contemporary units and appliances. The living space is well lit with glazing to the whole frontage.

Both bedrooms are of good proportions, one is en-suite and the other with its own bathroom. A utility room is also to be found off the entrance hall. The accommodation benefits from underfloor central heating. While the train station and taxi rank is only a short walk, the property also benefits from its own allocated parking.

“This property is a must see, it is beautifully presented and a rare find in the town centre. It is also chain free,” adds Alistair.

For more information call Alistair Hilton at Balfours on 01743 353511.

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Pride Hill House Main

Pride Hill House Lounge

Pride Hill House Kitchen

Pride Hill House Bathroom

Tuesday, 29 August 2017 12:00

Mellow Stone Of Country House

One of those unique country gems dating back to the 17th century has been launched to the market by Balfours.

Arriving at Chatwall Home Farm, you are greeted by double fronted gables in mellow stone – a property worthy of its grade II listing. Before entering it is impossible not to appreciate the half acre of manicured gardens, within the 1.43 acres of steading.

All this is set within the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural beauty, at Chatwall, near the picture box village of Cardington and five miles from Church Stretton, Shrewsbury is 11 miles, access to the M54 and the Midlands is a similar distance.

Internally Chatwall Home Farm has been sympathetically restored retaining may wonderful original features, from inglenook fire places to panelling. There are four reception rooms a large kitchen with central island and Aga. An impressive oak staircase leads to the first floor offering four bedrooms and two bathrooms, there are a further three bedrooms on the second floor.

Agent Scott Kemsley, of Balfours, says: “In addition to the main house, Chatwall Home Farm comes with two self-contained barn conversions; both are immaculately presented with two double bedrooms, ideal for extended family, guest accommodation or considering its locality self-catering units.”

Chatwall Home Farm has a guide price of £1,000,000 and if interested contact Scott at Balfours on 01743 353511.

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Chatwall Garden

Chatwall Home Farm Barn

Chatwall Sitting room


Friday, 25 August 2017 12:35

Lee Brockhurst, Shropshire


An attractive 4 bedroom barn conversion in a rural position with good access.

A slice of Ludlow’s heritage on the market with Balfours has been featured in the *Daily Mail. Described as having a chequered past, Castle Lodge, is a magnificent Grade II* listed medieval town house of long standing historical significance.

Once home to child bride, Catherine of Aragon,who went on to become the first of Henry VIII’s six wives. During Castle Lodge’s eventful history it has also served as a prison, sheriff’s lodge, staging post for Oliver Cromwell and film set.

However chequered its significance is unquestionable, situated in a prime location of Ludlow’s Castle Square; this Elizabethan timber framed town house has outstanding accommodation. Namely, four large reception rooms, kitchen dining room and twelve bedrooms; there is also generous attic space on the third floor and a walled garden.

Agent Scott Kemsley, of Balfours says: “We are delighted the Daily Mail has recognised Castle Lodge as of national relevance, it is not only a piece of Ludlow’s heritage, but of national importance. It’s a completely unique property with amazing features – a true landmark, with the prospect for commercial or residential use, from restaurant to boutique guest house or family home, subject to planning consent.”

He adds: “Someone will be inspired and blown away by the sheer beauty and magnitude of its 13th and 15th century architecture and take it to a new 21st century chapter.” Scott is marketing Castle Lodge with a guide price of £900,000. For more information call Scott Kemsley on 01743 353511.

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Read the Daily Mail article here.

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