Coppice House Farm | Lawley, Longnor, Shrewsbury, Shropshire

A Unique Opportunity to Acquire 100 Acres (40.58 ha), a Farmhouse plus Derelict Outbuildings with Planning Permission for a 650m² Country Estate
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Farmhouse, Land, >100 acres, Permanent Pasture, Traditional brick/stone and tile farmbuildings with Planning Permission for conversion into a residential dwelling, Planning Ref: 10/00652/FUL

Coppice House Farm is located in a most desirable rural location on the slopes of the Lawley Hill with open panoramic views across the local unspoilt countryside. Situated in a particularly scenic and sought after area of south Shropshire, the area provides some fantastic opportunities for walking. The nearby village of Longnor offers a primary school and a short drive away is the village of Dorrington which provides a further selection of amenities including restaurants, shops, a post office, butchers and a medical center.

The county town of Shrewsbury lies within easy reach to the north and boasts a selection of independent and state schools, high street shopping and restaurants. Transport links within the area are good with the A49 linking to the A5 north via Oswestry towards Chester and east via the A5/M54 to Telford, Wolverhampton and Birmingham. Church Stretton is on the main Manchester to Cardiff railway line. Regional international airports are at Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham.

Coppice House Farm offers a wonderful opportunity to acquire a property that has great potential as a private country estate, a lifestyle farm or an equestrian holding, close to the town of Shrewsbury. The property will be of interest to private buyers and developers. The farmhouse requires full modernisation and the traditional farm buildings have planning permission for conversion into a 650m² country estate. The whole farm extends to approximately 100 acres.

From Shrewsbury take the A49 south passing through Dorrington. After approximately 1.5 miles, take the left turning signposted for Frodesley, Longnor and Acton Burnell. Continue through Longnor and at the cross roads go straight over, Continue along the lane for approximately 200 meters then take the next tuning left. Continue through the gate and up the drive for approximately 0.5 miles and the buildings are at the end on the left.

Key Features

Farmhouse Land
>100 acres Permanent Pasture
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