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.

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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.

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