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3.12 acres, Yew Tree Farm, Crickheath, Oswestry, Shropshire
Sold (STC) - Guide Price £550,000

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DESCRIPTION Yew Tree Farm, is an attractive example of a country lifestyle and provides the rare opportunity to purchase an impressive family home in rural Shropshire close to the Welsh border. This spacious property comprises four bedrooms, plentiful living accommodation, ranges of modern and traditional outbuildings, including seven stables and 3.12 acres of land split into two paddocks. Yew Tree Farm is a perfect opportunity for families and those with equestrian interests alike.

There are two gated accesses to the property, the first leads onto a front gravelled driveway and the second directly into the yard to the outbuildings. Lawned gardens surround the property along with mature flower beds, shrubs a vegetable patch and beautiful copper beech trees adding character to the property.

From the gravelled driveway the property is accessed through the front porch. This opens into the hallway which leads into the fitted kitchen. This kitchen is naturally lit by large windows and contains an oil-fired Stanley range cooker and electric oven. Through the kitchen is the utility room, an essential part of any country home.

The sitting room is accessed from the hallway and features a Westminster stone fireplace and sliding doors which open onto the garden. On the hall is the dining room which includes a wooden serving hatch that is neatly linked to the kitchen. The dining room leads to the large lounge with brick fireplace which is well lit with windows on three aspects flooding the room with natural daylight and making an ideal space for family gatherings.

The staircase opens onto the first floor from which four large bedrooms are accessed. The first bedroom benefits from two built-in wardrobes. The second bedroom is adjacent to the family tiled bathroom featuring a fitted corner bath and a bidet. The third guest bedroom includes a handwash basin. Finally, the master bedroom and its south facing position benefits from outstanding views as well as an en-suite shower room.  

LAND AND OUTBUILDING Accompanying the property are a number of traditional and modern outbuildings. There are seven traditional stables, a further brick and stone storage building, dutch barn and an open bay steel portal frame building. These outbuildings offer a fantastic opportunity for lifestyle and equestrian use. Alternately, there is scope for the conversion of the traditional buildings into a holiday let or ancillary accommodation or offices subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents. The land extends to 3.12 acres directly adjacent to the property and has the benefit of a mains water connection. 

LOCATION & LOCAL AMENITIES The property sits in an idyllic location in the hamlet of Crickheath, close to the Welsh border. The nearby village of Pant sits just one mile away from the property provides services including a Post-Office, convenience store, and other small businesses. Yew Tree Farm is also just south of the market town of Oswestry which offers an extensive range of high street and independent shops, restaurants, pubs and leisure facilities.

Similarly, further south the bustling town of Shrewsbury is home to a castle, theatre, numerous museums, and a vast range of shops and bars. Named one of England's finest medieval towns, there is always something for everyone. The property benefits from great access links to the wider road network mainly from the nearby A483 trunk road north to Oswestry and the A5 south to Shrewsbury and Telford or north to Chester and beyond.  

SCHOOLS There are an excellent range of schools within easy reach both in the state and private sectors. These include The Marches, Oswestry School, Moreton Hall, Packwood Haugh School and Ellesmere College.  

GENERAL Local Authority – Shropshire Council 03456 789000
Council Tax Band – E
EPC Rating - G
 

SERVICES AND RIGHTS OF WAY We have been advised that the property is connected to mains water and electricity with private drainage via a septic tank. The property is heated throughout by oil fired central heating. No services have been tested.  

DIRECTIONS From the Mile End Roundabout at Oswestry, take the A483 heading south toward Welshpool and continue for 1.6 miles until the Llynclys crossroads, take a right turn signposted for Knockin onto the B4396 and follow until reaching a right turn signposted for Crickheath and follow for 0.7 miles before bearing right again for a further 0.3 miles. Turn immediately right and the property will be found signposted by a Berrys 'For Sale' board.  

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