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Thursday, 01 June 2017 16:10

Hooked Hill - South Shropshire

 

An attractive and spacious four bedroom grade II listed barn conversion with far reaching views situated in a particularly sought after area of south Shropshire.

A prime Herefordshire farm and significant Oak woodland has been launched to the market, amounting to 583 acres it is offered for sale as a whole or in two lots.  

Hen House Farm, Bodenham is a residential farm comprising of 360 acres of farmland and amenity woodland, partially bordered by the River Lugg. Joint agent, Andrew Liddiment of Balfours says: “Hen House Farm presents a combination of opportunities incorporating farming, forestry and superb sporting including fishing on the River Lugg.

“Lot one comprises of a stone farmhouse, with associated traditional and modern buildings, 116 acres of highly productive arable in rotation, 165 acres of grass land and 79 acres of amenity woodland, field margins and farm infrastructure – totalling 360 acres.”

Andrew continues: “The farm has a great deal going for it, the land is classified grade two and three, being well drained, fine silty and loam soils. Access to Hen House Farm is via metalled road, running east to west through the farm. Current and past environmental stewardship schemes have achieved excellent habitat for farmland wildlife and game through extensive hedgerow restoration, tree planting and habitat creation.”

Lot two, Dinmore Hill woodland, extends to 223 acres providing well-managed, principally mature Oak woodland. Andrew comments: “This is most attractive principally deciduous woodland, thanks to proactive management over many years. There is an infrastructure of well-maintained rides and stacking areas providing good access for management. As a result, not only does the woodland present a fine example of Herefordshire Oak woodland with very solid income potential but great amenity value also.”

Hen House Farm is jointly marketed by Balfours and Sunderlands, with a guide price of £3,225,000 as a whole. For more information call Andrew Liddiment on 01588 673314, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Hen House Farm

HH farmhouse

Friday, 02 June 2017 15:32

Cottage in heart of AONB village

A cottage situated in the heart of one of Shropshire’s most picturesque villages and an area of outstanding natural beauty has been launched to the market.

Rose Cottage, Cardington, found in the south Shropshire hills, is a three bedroom character home, with beautiful views, plus a listed barn, ripe for imaginative use, subject to planning.

On the market with Balfours, agent Scott Kemsley comments: “This is a beautifully presented village home offering an idyllic lifestyle with amenities, including schools and shops in the nearby market towns of Church Stretton and Much Wenlock while Shrewsbury is just 16 miles away. The renowned public house, historic church and village hall with a busy calendar are each a short walk away. ”

This partially stone built cottage has been enhanced to achieve a spacious and light property, while retaining many endearing period features. The entrance hall gives access to a large open plan kitchen breakfast room with log burner and adjoining conservatory overlooking the gardens.

To the opposite side of the hall is the dining room, which links through to the sitting room. To the rear is access to the cloakroom and utility room. There are three bedrooms on the first floor, together with the family bathroom. The basement is currently used as a study with built in storage space.

Scott adds: “This is a large centre of village plot with wonderful gardens and of course the added bonus is the listed barn, currently used as a garage, but with great potential, as a studio, guest accommodation or ancillary accommodation, subject to planning.”

Rose Cottage is marketed by Balfours with a guide price of £695,000. For more information Call Scott Kemsley on 01743 353511.

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Rose Cottage Main

Rose Cottage Garden

Rose Cottage Sitting Room

Rose Cot Kitchen 2

 

Fabulous walks and inspirational countryside surround Crew Green village in which Ashley House is located.

This three/four bedroom home is situated in the heart of the village with primary school, village hall, church and two public houses which are nearby, Shrewsbury, Welshpool and Oswestry are all within ten to 12 miles.

The property comprises of a hall leading to the well-proportioned dining room with access into the living room. Beyond the dining room is a good sized kitchen/breakfast room, a large conservatory, utility which also doubles as a study and cloakroom. First floor accommodationprovides bedroom one with en-suite, two double bedrooms and a nursery/occasional fourth bedroom, plus family bathroom.

Agent, Duncan Scobie, of Balfours, comments: “The kitchen/breakfast room is a great space with a traditional inglenook beam framing the Aga; the room has glazing to two aspects ensuring natural light floods in. Outside Ashley House sits within established gardens with a raised lawn and patio. Sitting on the Shropshire Welsh borders, it offers fabulous walking and riding country, with the Rivers Severn and Vyrnwy and Powys Hills nearby.”

Other external features include a detached double garage. Ashley House is marketed by Balfours with a guide price of £310,000, for more information call Duncan Scobie on 01743 353511.

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Ashley House Main

Ashley House Garden

Ashley House Dining

Ashley House Kitchen

Thursday, 25 May 2017 09:46

Picture perfect in Plealey

A barn conversion in the heart of one of Plealey, one of Shrewsbury’s most popular outskirt villages is on the market. The Red Barn is just six miles from Shrewsbury and closer to the road network to the Midlands and North.

The four bedroom property, with three reception rooms, garden and garage is marketed by Balfours with a guide price of £455,000. Scott Kemsley of Balfours comments: “This is a charming redbrick barn conversion with spacious rooms and an excellent layout.”

The entrance hall opens to each of the reception rooms; the dining room with French doors to the terrace, the study and a magnificent drawing room with feature fireplace, access to the terrace and idyllic rural views. The kitchen is situated between the dining room and the utility room and is well equipped. There are four bedrooms all of good size and one with en-suite facilities, together with a family bathroom.

Scott adds: “This is a characterful property in a great location, aesthetically and practically. Pontesbury village is just down the road with a full suite of amenities from renowned butcher, baker and green grocer, to primary and secondary schools, health surgeries and several renowned eating establishments.” For more information call Scott on 01743 353511.

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The Red Barn - Main

The Red Barn - Side Aspect

The Red Barn - Dining Room

The Red Barn - Sitting Room

Outstanding views of open countryside are maximised at this three bedroom cottage in a popular hamlet south of Shrewsbury.

Mayfield Cottage is found at Golding, just six miles from Shrewsbury and Much Wenlock, so highly accessible, yet wonderfully rural.  Semi-detached, the property has been totally renovated, agent, Scott Kemsley, of Balfours explains: “A three bedroom property in such a great location, renovated and ready for living really don’t come up every day. We are marketing Mayfield Cottage with a guide price of £289,000.”

The reception hall gives access to the dining room, sitting room and stairs. The dining room opens through to a fully fitted kitchen with integral appliances. Across the hallway the sitting room is a large room with working fireplace and French doors to the conservatory, the two achieve an abundance of space for family and friends. Two of the three bedrooms have fitted wardrobes, with the bathroom also off a well-proportioned landing.

On arrival the welcome is to gravel parking edged by lawn and flowerbeds. To the rear the large garden is laid to lawn and borrows the most magnificent views. Garage and log store complete the package, on the market with Balfours. For more information call Scott Kemsley on 01743 353511.

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Mayfield Cottage Main

Mayfield Rear Elevation

Mayfield View

Mayfield Conservatory

Tuesday, 23 May 2017 15:51

Stanton Lacy, Ludlow

 

An impressive Grade II listed part timbered farmhouse with gardens, a paddock and an established holiday cottage business.

Friday, 12 May 2017 15:48

Mountfields, Shrewsbury

 

This wonderful Edwardian property benefits from a garage and parking and boasts a wealth of original features enhanced by contemporary design.

Friday, 19 May 2017 16:30

Alistair takes helm of Balfours sales

Balfours partners have announced the appointment of Alistair Hilton to head of sales with immediate effect.

Alistair joined the company three years ago to take on a new role as town sales manager. Since then he has succeeded in establishing and broadening the company’s sales.

Speaking on behalf of the partners, Balfours, business manager, Craig Varley, says: “The partners are delighted to have Alistair leading the sales team; a team which has achieved an above target in the last financial year and a very solid start to the new  financial year.

“During the past three years Alistair has been responsible for key developments within the town sales market. He also played a significant role in the residential sales move to prestigious new premises in Shrewsbury’s Square. These two factors have been major contributors to doubling our sales portfolio, client base and turnover,” Craig adds.

Alistair’s mantra and belief: “We are here to help people move,” and “Shrewsbury is a beautiful town in the heart of a fabulous county,” are based on his globetrotting early years, speaking three languages and attending school both in the UK, Europe and the USA. Prior to moving to Shrewsbury he also spent ten years immersed in London’s property market. However he recognised the qualities of his wife’s home town and moved here with her and their two young daughters.

Says Alistair: “Currently we are introducing new technology to work with IT platforms, including social media. Our developments are self-fulfilling with more property appraisals, instructions and ultimately sales, in an increasingly diverse market place, from fabulous town houses and suburban residences to country properties and those with land.”

Drawing on his experience at a prestigious London estate agency, Alistair recognises the importance of an eye for detail combined with speed and efficiency. “These are assets to anyone seeking to put their house on the market. My team strive to minimise stress, maximise potential and drive sales, certainly the past six months has exceeded our expectations.”  If you would like to discuss your property with Alistair call 01743 353511 or visit The Square.

Wednesday, 17 May 2017 15:19

Frodesley, Shropshire

 

A beautifully and well-presented spacious period Grade II Listed 3 bedroom barn conversion set within a high quality development in a rural setting.

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