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Merchant House, 68 Mardol, Shrewsbury, Shropshire

 Merchant House
£275,000

Exciting Opportunity to Develop this Fine Georgian Maisonette. Can be Renovated into a Three Bedroom Duplex or Converted into Two Separate Dwellings

Grade II Listed Period Features Town Centre Private Entrance

The Wallers Residential Development, Cefn, Buttington, Welshpool, Powys

 The Wallers Residential Development
£225,000

A Residential Development with Outline Planning Permission to Erect up to Five Detached Dwellings and Garages, Located East of Welshpool.

Freehold Site Chain-Free Sale Services Available Nearby Outline Planning Permission

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Tump Wood, Llanrothal, Monmouth, Herefordshire

 Tump Wood
£135,000

16.85 Acres (6.82ha) of Mixed Woodland Situated in the Beautiful Monnow Valley

Woodland 16.85 acres (6.82 ha) Road Frontage Quiet Location

The Wallers Residential Development, Cefn, Buttington, Welshpool, Powys

 The Wallers Residential Development
£225,000

A Residential Development with Outline Planning Permission to Erect up to Five Detached Dwellings and Garages, Located East of Welshpool.

Freehold Site Chain-Free Sale Services Available Nearby Outline Planning Permission

Clungunford Farm House | Clungunford, Craven Arms, Shropshire

A Grade II Listed Farmhouse for Conversion, Outbuildings with Residential Planning and Development Land with Outline Planning Permission
Guide Price
£1,200,000
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Grade II Listed, Needs Renovation, Planning Permission, Three Bedroom Detached Barn Conversion, Two Barns with Planning Permission, Five New Build Houses with Outline Planning Permission


A five bedroom property with a one bedroom annexe in need of modernisation or division into separate dwellings, subject to the necessary approval.

The traditional farm buildings have Full Planning Permission 17/03542/FUL for conversion into two residential dwellings.

There is a further separate plot with Outline Planning Permission 17/03541/OUT for five new build properties.

The whole property has great potential to become a superb residential development project.

Clungunford Farm House is located within the heart of the village of Clungunford which enjoys an attractive rural setting surrounded by stunning countryside. The village features a parish church and a lively village hall which incorporates a bar, a bowling green with bowls club and play area.

Ludlow lies to the east, within easy reach, with a selection of independent and state schools, high street shopping, bars and restaurants and an abundance of culture including food festivals and the internationally acclaimed Ludlow Food Festival. In addition to the festivals and fetes, there is an abundance of golf courses, National Hunt racing and a range of well-known restaurants.

To the north and south lie the county towns of Shrewsbury and Hereford. Travel links within the area are good with the A49 linking Hereford to the south and Shrewsbury to the north connecting to the A5 / M54 to Telford, Wolverhampton and Birmingham. Ludlow is on the main Manchester to Cardiff railway line. Regional International airports are at Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham.

Please Note: We are unable to confirm if the septic tank / small drainage discharge is compliant under the 2020 Environment Agency General Binding Rules.

From Ludlow take the A49 to Craven Arms. At the first roundabout turn left onto the B4368 towards Clun. After approximately 1.5 miles turn left onto B4367 towards Clungunford. On entering the village of Clungunford from the Craven Arms direction bear right towards Knighton, Bucknell , Bedstone. Clungunford Farm House is situated on the right-hand side just past the sign for the Parish Hall.





Key Features

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