Check out our website about opening timesin Canada

Featured Properties - Residential

The Old Bell House, Ludford, Ludlow, Shropshire

 The Old Bell House
£1,575,000

A truly unique Grade II* Listed property with historical provenance and arguably one of the most sought after private residences in Ludlow

Historical Provenance Sought After Location Prestigious Elizabethan

Fron Heulog, Llandderfel, Bala, Gwynedd

 Fron Heulog
£1,595,000

A lifestyle sporting estate just over an hour from Chester once owned by the second Duke of Westminster within its own 58 acres

Grade II Listed Georgian House Nine Bedrooms Former Coach House A Total of 58 Acres (23.4 ha)

Featured Properties - Agricultural

Coppice House Farm, Lawley, Longnor, Shrewsbury, Shropshire

 Coppice House Farm
£2,500,000

A unique opportunity to acquire 100 acres (40.58 ha), a farmhouse plus derelict outbuildings with planning permission for a 650m² country estate

Farmhouse Land >100 acres Permanent Pasture

Clungunford Farm House, Clungunford, Craven Arms, Shropshire

 Clungunford Farm House
£1,200,000

A Grade II Listed farmhouse for conversion, outbuildings with residential planning and development land with outline planning permission

Grade II Listed Needs Renovation Planning Permission Three Bedroom Detached Barn Conversion

26/26A Mardol | Shrewsbury, Shropshire

Outstanding freehold property boasting a commercial unit, a duplex apartment with roof terrace and an annexe (Potential £55k pa / 8.8% yield)
Guide Price
£625,000
Arrange a Viewing
Arrange a Viewing

Freehold, Grade II*, Commercial, Annexe, A1 Commercial Unit Currently in Two Parts, Maisonette Apartment with Open-Plan Reception Rooms, Three Bedrooms and Family Bathroom, Separate Annexe / Holiday Let with Two Bedrooms, South-west Facing Terrace


This commercial / residential, timber framed Grade II* listed property is superbly situated in a highly desirable and central location of Shrewsbury town centre. On the historic street of Mardol you will find eclectic range of independent shops, from deli's, furniture and clothing shops, to the well-known brands we all expect to find in a vibrant town centre.

Shrewsbury is also a hot spot for fantastic food and drink. You can peer through medieval windows, taste locally made cheeses or explore the 'Dickensian Cellars' shop for the ultimate port or prosecco.

26 Mardol dates back to the 16th century and has welcomed many residents and businesses, but is now well known locally as The Giant Party Shop and Sew 4 U, both of which have been in operation and running successfully for approximately 13 years.

In addition to the commercial component of this building is a duo of residential accomodation above. First and foremost is a charming two level, maisonette apartment that boasts original exposed beams and period features throughout. On the ground floor of the masionette is a contemporary fitted kitchen with pantry and an open-plan lounge, dining room and games room. Upstairs the landing forks into two access points and leads you to two very large bedrooms, a further third double bedroom and a family bathroom.

Outside is a southwest facing, stepped terraced area which takes in a view of Shrewsbury's roof tops.

The final element of this property, is a detached duplex annex which is currently used as a rewarding holiday let. This finish of this unit is ultra modern and contains a modest open-plan lounge / kitchen, two double bedrooms and a bathroom with shower.

On foot from the Balfour's office on The Square, turn left onto Market Street to the end of the road. Cross over Shoplatch and walk underneath the Market Hall, veer to the right and continue down the hill until you reach 26 Mardol on your left-hand side.





Key Features

Freehold Grade II*
Commercial Annexe
Floorplan Floorplan
Brochure
< Back to Listings