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3 bedroom equestrian facility for sale

Soudley, Church Stretton, Shropshire

Sold STC £595,000

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

A 26 acre smallholding comprising an extended 18th Century character cottage offering three bedrooms, a range of dilapidated agricultural buildings with potential for equestrian uses and land extending to just over 25 acres in 6 enclosures all found within a ring fence some 3.5 miles from the popular market town of Church Stretton. EPC D.

Agricultural Buildings 

Building 1 
9.0m x 6.0m
Block and asbestos general purpose building.

Garage 
9.0m x 5.0m

Building 2 
13.0m x 8.0m
Brick and asbestos, loose yard with concrete floor.

Building 3 
14.0m x 9.0m
Stone timber and asbestos, loose cattle yard.

Dairy 
8.0m x 7.0m

Block and asbestos 

Building 4 
20.0m x 9.0m
Pole and asbestos, Loose cattle yard.

Poultry House 
21.0m x 12.0m

Timber and asbestos. 

The Land. 
The homestead covers approximately 1.3 acres leaving approximately 25.25 acres of permanent pasture in 6 enclosures. The property is a registered Smallholding and the land lies within a ring fence, is watered by means of mains to two water troughs and natural sources. The land has been registered for the Basic Payment Scheme. The land is well drained with silty soils and capable of lending itself to a variety of agricultural uses. It lies approximately 300 metres above sea-level and is classified as Grade 3 on the Agricultural Land Classification of England and Wales. The land is more particularly describes in the following schedule:

OS MAP Number 

Description Acres 
2953

Homestead 1.33 
3568

Permanent Pasture 1.80 
3962

Permanent Pasture 4.77 
3539

Permanent Pasture 5.57 
3747

Permanent Pasture 1.90 
4636

Permanent Pasture 2.24 
5842

Permanent Pasture 3.48 
4744

Permanent Pasture 2.54 
4553

Permanent Pasture 2.97 

Total 26.60 acres 

Location 
Mount Flirt is 3.5 miles east of the market town of Church Stretton in South Shropshire and located close to the rural hamlet of Soudley and the village of Hope Bowdler. The property lies at the end of a stoned roadway leading from the council maintained lane. The area enjoys elevated scenery over the attractive Shropshire Hills AONB.

Directions 
From Church Stretton follow the B4371 on Sandford Avenue east towards Much Wenlock travelling through the village of Hope Bowdler and continue for 1.5 miles getting ready to turn right signposted Soudley. Follow the lane for 0.8 miles and turn right signposted Mount Flirt. Follow the track for 0.3 miles passing a single neighbouring dwelling named Belvidere and continue for 100 metres crossing a cattle grid and arriving in the yard at the end of the lane.

Approach 
Mount Flirt is accessed via a right of way over a minor roadway passing one other dwelling and with access to Mount Flirt found at the end of the driveway and track.

ACCOMMODATION: 

The Farmhouse 
Conservatory Entrance 17'9" x 8'6" (5.4m x 2.6m) of UPVC construction.

Services: 
The farmhouse benefits from mains electricity and mains water connections. The Land benefits from natural water whilst also having 2 tanks on a mains supply. Drainage is to a private septic tank. We are advised the soakaway requires alteration. A 6KW wind turbine is located in the field nearby and behind the dwelling house which benefits from a feed to the national grid providing an estimated annual income of £900.00.

Heating: 
Solar panel water heating and oil fired central heating via boiler with supplementary wood burning stove.

Viewing 
Strictly by appointment with the selling agents McCartneys LLP. 01588 672385 cravenarms@mccartneys.co.uk Opening Hours: Mon–Fri: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Sat: 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

Bathroom 
2.2m x 3.1m
Offering a coloured suite comprising a WC, bidet, panelled bath, hand basin, tiled floor with an enclosed Airing Cupboard.

Kitchen/Diner 
4.24m x 4.0m
Electric Aga, wall and floor tiling.

Landing Corridor 
4.6m x 0.76m

Double Bedroom 
4.4m x 4.0m
A good sized double with window to front and door through to

Rear Lobby 
3.15m x 1.78m

Shower Room 
1.8m x 2.3m
Corner cubicle, WC, hand basin and towel rail

Utility Room 
3.15m x 1.88m
Fitted units and enclosed boiler room.

Living Room 
4.4m x 4.0m
Exposed beams, Inglenook fireplace with wood burner, featured stone walling, secondary glazing.

Dining Room 
3.0m x 3.1m
French doors to rear elevation to

Conservatory 
2.97m x 3.4m
Of UPVC construction with a tiled floor. From Rear Lobby to Stairs (turning staircase)

Landing 
3.1m x 2.1m

Single Bedroom 
2.9m x 3.2m
With radiator and window to front elevation.

NOTIC 
Floor Plan for illustrative purposes only, not to scale. All measurements and distances are approximate. The normal enquiries carried out by a purchaser's Solicitor and the type of inspection undertaken by a purchaser's Surveyor have not been carried out by the Selling Agents for the purpose of preparation of these particulars. Messrs McCartneys LLP for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property whose agents they are give notice that: the particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract; no person in the employment of McCartneys LLP has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.

MCCARTNEYS LLP REGISTERE 
OFFICE: McCartneys LLP, The Ox Pasture, Overton Road, Ludlow, Shropshire SY8 4AA. Tel: 01584 872251. REGISTERED NO: OC310186.

Agents Note 
The property enjoys access via a shared Right of Way passing a neighbouring dwelling to the entrance and boundary of Mount Flirt where the lane continues up the hill to the homestead. (In total approximately half a mile in length). We are informed by the vendor that the property connects to private septic tank drainage and soakaway which requires alteration and improvement. We are also informed that the property benefits from a wind turbine which receives an income from a feed to the national grid. We are informed that a public footpath passes through the field to the rear and away from the house (OS Ref 3962.) We are further informed that the outbuildings are in a poor state of repair and inspection is limited. The buildings present a great opportunity to develop the site and adapt for different uses such as equestrian purposes or the keeping of other stock and machinery. The buildings consist of asbestos roofing a hazardous building fabric.

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17 August 2016

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