Land At Thresholds Farm | Picklescott, Church Stretton, Shropshire

Land at Thresholds Farm extends to Approx. 95.09 Acres (38.48 ha) of Permanent Pasture which includes Wood and a Derelict Barn, Located in the North-Western Boundary
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95.09 Acres (38.48 ha), Permanent Pasture, Derelict Barn, Planning Potential, Let Under a Farm Business Tenancy until September 2020, Vacant Possession, Rural Location, Aerial Video: [Visit Website], Architects Drawing of Barn is for Illustration Purposes Only

Land at Thresholds Farm comprises of 95.09 acres in one title. This is a stunning parcel of land adorned with panoramic views of the Shropshire plains and the Wrekin.

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This is the ideal property to land bank, develop or farm with the added bonus of picturesque woodland.

This property is fortunate to benefit form a derelict barn in the North West corner; inroads have been made into the planning process to convert this into a residential dwelling with the relevant surveys already underway.

This property is ideal for sheep and beef farming; it is currently run under a farm business tenancy running both sheep and cattle. It has historically wintered 500 breeding ewes with outdoor lambing. There is a basic set of sheep and cattle yards on the property with holding paddocks for over 500 head of sheep.

Water sources are abundant across the property with streams and dams accessible for stock water and the potential to feed a residential home if necessary.

The land comes with the benefit of 36.11 ha of English ESDA Entitlements which will be transferred from the tenant.

Thresholds is situated to the west of the village of Dorrington, the village has many amenities including a village shop, butchers, village hall, doctor's surgery, village school and the popular public house The Horseshoes. The location is very rural and inhabited mostly by a farming community. The land enjoys open views of the Shropshire Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty.

The nearby spa town of Church Stretton and the medieval market town of Ludlow provide a wide range of facilities and individual local shops, supermarkets, popular public houses and restaurants. The county town of Shrewsbury, to the north, provides a full range of shopping and leisure facilities as well as a variety of very good state and private schools. There are good transport links to the rest of the country by rail or motorway.

From Shrewsbury, proceed in a southerly direction on the A49 to Dorrington. In the centre of the village, turn right and proceed past the primary school heading for Picklescott. Follow this lane for approximately 3 miles and continue through the village and beyond heading west. The land is found on the left at the top of the crest about a mile out of Picklescott.

Key Features

95.09 Acres (38.48 ha) Permanent Pasture
Derelict Barn Planning Potential
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