A well presented property has come onto the market near Whitchurch in North Shropshire which will appeal to buyers of an equestrian bent. The property, Steel House Farm, is a period four bedroom farmhouse with a self-contained annexe, a block of three stables and tack room, a modern range of farm buildings, a Charles Britten ménage and 14.2 acres of pastureland.
Inside the house, the ground floor has rear and front entrance halls, utility room, WC, fitted kitchen and breakfast room with an oil-fired Aga, a dining room with an inglenook fireplace and a living room, also with an impressive fireplace. Upstairs is a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, a family bathroom and three more bedrooms, one of which has a dressing area.
Outside the gardens are well-established with lawns, herbaceous borders and established shrubs and mature trees. Other buildings include a Dutch barn, a main workshop with a lean-to and the ménage. The land is extremely suitable for grazing horses or other livestock, and one of the paddocks also contains a small course fishing pool.
‘There is already plenty of interest in the house, which is in perfect condition,’ said a spokesman for Halls’ Whitchurch office. ‘It would suit a family who has or is planning to have horses, and or a family with a dependant who needs their own space in the annexe.’
The property is for sale through Halls, and the guide price is £750,000. For further information, or to arrange a viewing, please contact Tom Jones on +44 (0)1948 663 230.