3 bedroom farm for saleUpper Dudnill Farm, Cleobury Mortimer DY14
- Available as a whole or in four Lots:
- Lot 1: Upper Dudnill Farmhouse and paddock
- Lot 2: Extensive range of farm buildings including a barn benefiting from planning permission for conversion to residential use
- Lot 3: 16.16 acres of productive agricultural land
- Lot 4: 125.68 acres of productive agricultural land
A superb farm set in an elevated overlooking some of Shropshire's finest countryside to include an attractive period farmhouse, an extensive range of modern farm buildings and a barn benefitting from planning consent for conversion to a residential dwelling, set within 144.65 acres.
Available as a whole or in four lots.
Price on application.
Situation - Upper Dudnill Farm is situated in the parish of Cleobury Mortimer, set in an elevated position overlooking some of South Shropshire's finest countryside. The farm is situated approximately 2.5 miles west of the busy town of Cleobury Mortimer, and just over 5 miles east of the Clee Hills, which are in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The popular and historic town of Ludlow is situated approximately 11 miles west of the property. The town of Kidderminster, which provides extensive shopping and leisure facilities lies approximately 14.2 miles east of the property
Description - Upper Dudnill is a beautifully situated and productive farm lying in South Shropshire. The attractive Grade II listed farmhouse, with part dating back to 1672, offers an abundance of character, charm and space. The farm which is currently utilised for dairy production offers scope for other livestock enterprises, and although the land is currently down to grass, most of the farm has at times been under the plough. There is a useful and versatile range of modern farm buildings, and adequate infrastructure for silage and slurry. The traditional red brick building, currently housing the parlour, benefits from full planning permission and listed building consent for conversion to a residential dwelling. The farm sits within approximately 144.65 acres.
Lot 1 - Upper Dudnill Farmhouse (Hatched Red On Lots Plan) - The Grade II listed black and white timber framed farmhouse with adjoining stone outbuildings, offers spacious living accommodation.
The house is set in pleasant gardens, with an adjoining 0.59 acre (0.24 ha) paddock to the south.
The farmhouse is filled with beautiful original features with exposed timbers, attractive fireplaces and original wooden doors, having been updated and improved over time to offer a more contemporary feel.
The SITTING ROOM with exposed wall and ceiling timbers and a feature inglenook fireplace with part stone surround housing a solid wood burning stove with feature bread oven.
The DINING ROOM with exposed wall and ceiling timbers has a corner chimney breast with tiled surround.
The KITCHEN has a tiled floor and a fitted range of base units , worktops and a useful pantry cupboard. A window overlooks the well-presented gardens and paddock. The kitchen offers space for a dining table and chairs.
There is a spacious UTILITY with airing/storage cupboard leading to a SHOWER ROOM with tiled walls and floor with feature glazed shower cubicle and electric shower, wash hand basin, and a separate WC.
A staircase leads to the first floor accommodation, the spacious landing area offers many versatile uses, with parts currently being utilized as a snug and office area.
The MASTER BEDROOM with exposed ceiling and wall timbers offers pleasant views overlooking the garden and paddock.
TWO FURTHER BEDROOMS offer an abundance of character features with original wooden doors, exposed ceiling and wall timbers.
The BATHROOM has a panelled bath with tiled splash back, W.C, heated towel rail and pedestal wash hand basin with a door off to airing cupboard.
Stairs from the landing lead to the second floor ATTIC which offers potential for conversion or adaption (subject to the necessary consents).
There is also a CELLAR accessed from the granary.
Outbuildings - A stone and tile granary is attached to the dwelling providing useful storage and scope for conversion (subject to the necessary consents), there is also a single storey integral storage room.
There is an adjoining concrete block outbuilding comprising of a generator room (6.21m x 2.77m), garage (6.21m x 3.39m), and a second garage (3.44m x 6.20m). There is a part timber frame barn of stone construction adjoining 10.14m x 5.36m.
Gardens - The Farmhouse is approached from the council lane over a concrete driveway. To the rear of the property there is a well presented lawned area with flower and shrub borders. To the front of the property there is a pleasant patio area with a further lawned area with shrub and flower borders with a post and rail fenced vegetable garden.
Paddock - To the south of the Farmhouse there is a paddock extending to approximately 0.59 acres (0.24ha) with separate gated access off the council lane.
Lot 2 - Farm Buildings To Include Barn With Planning Consent (Hatched Blue On Lots ) - The farm buildings are situated to the west of the farmhouse, and are a useful, extensive and versatile range of modern buildings which have been well maintained and are currently utilized as a dairy unit.
The traditional red brick and tile building, currently utilized as the parlour, benefits from full planning permission for conversion to a three bedroom dwelling 15/02562/FUL together with listed building consent 15/04439/LBC. Please note that some of the modern farm buildings have to be demolished if planning consent is implemented.
* Lot 3 - 16.16 Acres (6.54Ha) Productive Agricultural Land (Edged Purple On Lots Plan) - A single enclosure of undulating grade III land currently down to grass benefiting from roadside gated access situated to the north of the farmstead. Please note that the land area currently farmed includes land owned by the neighbour and is not currently fenced as a separate parcel
Lot 4 - 125.68 Acres (50.86Ha) Productive Agricultural Land (Edged Orange On Lots Plan) - A block of versatile grade III land currently down to grass situated to the south of the farmstead. The land slopes in a southerly aspect, and is divided into conveniently sized enclosures for easy management. A concrete track leads from the farm buildings, accessing the land to the south of the council lane and providing access to an earth walled silage pit with concrete floor.
Viewing - Strictly by prior appointment with the Agents.
Method Of Sale - The property is offered for sale by Private Treaty as a whole or in four lots.
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