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Thursday, 01 October 2015 00:00

Oswestry, Shropshire


An attractive and newly developed barn conversion set in a popular rural area with spacious accommodation.


7. Oswestry

Monday, 29 December 2014 00:00

Grinshill, Shropshire


An elegant Grade II* listed country house set in large gardens on the edge of the popular village of Grinshill.


6. Grinshill

Monday, 29 December 2014 00:00

Church Stretton, Shropshire


A delightful period semi-detached cottage in a lovely rural setting with potential for improvement.


5. Church Stretton

Friday, 11 September 2015 00:00

Oswestry, Shropshire


An attractive Grade II Listed Georgian house set in an idyllic yet convenient location with spacious accommodation.


4. Oswestry

Thursday, 04 December 2014 00:00

Nesscliffe, Shropshire


An attractive Georgian sandstone cottage set in an idyllic and elevated secluded position with beautiful views.


3. Nesscliffe

Tuesday, 31 March 2015 00:00

Cound Moor, Shropshire


A charming Grade II Listed cottage set in an elevated position with spectacular views, large garden and a 2 acre paddock.


2. Cound Moor

Thursday, 28 January 2016 00:00

Worthen, Shropshire


A charming cottage in an idyllic location with beautiful views together with outbuildings and a paddock.


  1. Worthern

Tuesday, 12 July 2016 00:00

Balfours appointment

Harper Adams graduate, Charlotte White has joined Balfours as an assistant land agent.

Charlotte, who graduated with a 2.1 in Rural Estate and Land Management last summer, has gained experience working with a number of rural surveyors as she has progressed through University. Now she is working with partner and head of planning at Balfours, Justin Stevenson, based at New Windsor House, Shrewsbury.

Justin says: “We have a diverse remit within Balfours, which Charlotte seems to thrive on and which will stand her in good stead as she works towards her Assessment in Professional Competence and Central Association of Agricultural Valuers exams.”

Charlotte adds: “I love my work, every day presents different challenges. It is rewarding to see the progress made, and for example on one development we have been managing the conversion of existing buildings into wedding accommodation.”

Originally from the South of the country, 23 year old Charlotte’s affinity with rural matters emerged from her father’s agricultural contracting business and her love of horses. She continues to enjoy horse riding and spending time on her boyfriend’s farm, near her home base at Montgomery.

Friday, 08 July 2016 00:00

Former home of restoration

A landmark property for those who aspire to period restoration  - the former home of North Shropshire Reclamation – has been launched to the market by Balfours.

Wackley Lodge Farm, at Burlton, 11 miles north of Shrewsbury comes with 12 acres of level paddocks and a range of traditional outbuildings. Above all else this period property boasts exceptional space, internally nearly 600 square metres garnished with character features; externally with drive flanked by lawn and paddocks. Even the traditional barns are very well spaced within a traditional U shape surrounded by ample hardstanding.

The house has been previously occupied as two properties, as it is currently configured there are two kitchens and four reception rooms, a cloakroom, inner hall, garden room, utility and wc. On the first floor are six bedrooms and four bathrooms, plus games room or seventh bedroom. Below stairs is a large cellar.

Agent Tim Main, head of sales at Balfours says: “Wackley Lodge Farm is a stunning example of a period house with huge character and great scope. That character can be seen in the form of wall timbers, ceiling beams, also through fireplaces high ceilings and extravagant doors.

For those who have been in search of original old doors, taps or even a staircase you will probably have hunted through the traditional barns in search of your quarry. These substantial barns also form part of the package and come with planning permission for residential conversion. There is a Dutch barn to the rear of the property.

Wackley Lodge Farm is set back from the A528, with local services, including primary school in Cockshutt, while Ellesmere and Wem are both some seven miles away. The property is marketed with a guide price of £800,000. For more information call Tim Main on 01743 353511.

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Wackley Lodge living

Wackley Lodge kitchen

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Wackley Bthroom

Wackley fitness rm

Wackley Lodge bedroom


A superb opportunity to live in one of Shrewsbury’s most desirable locations is available to let. Flat 4, 4 Quarry Place is a one bedroom first floor apartment which has been launched to the letting market by Balfours.

The apartment comprises of a communal entrance hall, with an internal hallway leading to a spiral staircase. Ascending the staircase to the landing there is a feature glazed dome ceiling. The fitted kitchen enjoys views to St Chad’s Church; the sitting room is comfortable with wonderful sash windows and high ceilings. The large bedroom also has period features including fireplace and a pair of sash windows.

There is large shared garden with the added bonus of being adjacent to Shrewsbury’s Quarry Park and Dingle, with an abundance of green open space, bordered by the River Severn. The tow path offers fabulous walks and alternatives, to accessing different areas of the town centre.

Head of Lettings, Charlotte George says: “The apartment is both wonderfully spacious and has stunning park views bordered by the River Severn. I can’t recommend viewing highly enough.”  Four Quarry Place is available at £695 pcm, for more information call Charlotte George on 01743 277069.

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4 Q Place bedroom

4 Q Place garden