Roger Parry & Companions has introduced a 442.26ac livestock farm in Shropshire to the market with an asking worth of £4.75 million.

The farm is located simply outdoors Picklescott Village on the fringe of the Lengthy Mynd, and is near the market city of Church Stretton and inside cheap proximity to Shrewsbury and Ludlow. 

The property features a six-bedroom, five-bathroom farmhouse which was in-built 2003.

The farm itself has been run as a beef cattle unit plus arable land. It has roughly 58,875ft2 of buildings for 1,200 in-housed cattle. It has a variety of recent buildings presently used primarily as cattle yards.

All livestock buildings are equipped with water from a non-public effectively.

As well as, the Shropshire farm has a grain/fodder retailer, a workshop, equipment storage buildings, an annex and stables.

The land is ringfened, and has entry of council-maintained roads. The homeowners additionally profit from Commoners’ rights on the Lengthy Mynd. 19.94ac are woodland.

Commenting on the property, Roger of Roger Parry & Companions stated: “This sale affords an excellent alternative for consumers to buy a totally geared up livestock farm which has been run as a beef cattle unit plus arable land.

“It has an excellent vary of recent agricultural buildings in an excellent location.

“The property is out there to buy as a complete or as much as 5 heaps,” he added.