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Delightful equestrian property situated in a much sought after area of south-Shropshire

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The sale of Stapeley Farm offers Purchasers the rare opportunity to acquire a beautifully presented and well-equipped rural property which is capable of a number of agricultural smallholding, equestrian or diversification uses, owing to the versatile range of outbuildings and manageable area of permanent grassland. Stapeley Farm. It is approached via a gated private driveway off the Council maintained Beaconhill Lane and is surrounded by a beautiful but manageable garden. The house is believed to date back to late-medieval times and has undergone various schemes of extension and alteration in its lifetime, all of which lend to its historic character, making it both architecturally and archaeologically interesting. During it’s most recent scheme of extension and renovation it was lovingly restored to the beautiful family home we see today. It is a detached two storey property of stone, brick and half-timber construction under a tiled roof, with timber framed windows. Internally it provides generous living and sleeping accommodation and benefits from underfloor heating throughout, along with an abundance of traditional features including exposed timbers and framework and inglenook fireplaces. The annexe is the former Wainhouse and is a detached two storey building of brick and stone construction under a tiled roof, which lies adjacent to the farmhouse and buildings and provides excellent additional living space, with potential for diversified use as a home office or holiday accommodation for example. Outside, the main driveway leads to both a front and back approach to the house, with ample parking for a number of vehicles. The extensive garden is predominantly laid to lawn, with generous patio areas, and is interspersed with trees and shrubs. Set away from the house is a large pond surrounded by shrubs. The buildings are currently used for stables, storage, garaging and workshop space, but have a multitude of potential uses. They are based around a predominantly concreted yard and comprise; - L-shaped, single storey former parlour, of brick and stone construction, comprising of stables, tack room, feed storage, gym, garaging/storage and utility with lean-to brick and Yorkshire boarded building to the rear, with concrete floor and containing further storage and alarmed workshop - Machinery/implement store with roller shutter doors and concrete floor. - Six bay, open fronted, steel framed shed, clad with Yorkshire boarding, with internal mass concrete panels separating two woodchip tipping bays and boiler house to rear The manège is approximately 40ft x 60ft. It is well-drained and has a sand surface and a post and rail fence. The land comprises of a number of conveniently sized enclosures of permanent grassland along with an area of wooded dingle, as the property sits at the head of Stapeley Dingle. Private water is supplied via a borehole located in the garden to the land and buildings. The farmhouse is supplied by both mains and borehole water and the annexe is supplied by mains water. Drainage to the farmhouse and annexe is via a private “Bio-Bubble”. There is a single-phase electricity supply to the farmhouse, annexe and buildings and a 21.12kw solar PV array on the roofs of two outbuildings. Central heating in the form of underfloor heating in the farmhouse and radiators in the annexe is fuelled by the biomass boiler. Biomass Boiler The property benefits from a 90kw biomass boiler which was commissioned in September 2014 and runs off woodchip. It is registered for RHI payments for 20 years from commissioning. It fuels the central heating in the house and annexe, along with the workshop. The income generated is approximately £10,000 per annum. Solar PV There is a 21.12kw array of panels on the roofs of two buildings. The installation was commissioned in November 2011 and benefits from the commercial Feed in Tariff for 25 years from that date. Payments include 43.3p/kw for generation and 3.1p/kw for export. Deemed export is at 50% of generation. The income generated is approximately £8,000 per annum. Contact details; Sole Agents: Peter Willcock/Louise Preece Halls Holdings Ltd Halls Holdings House Shrewsbury Shropshire SY4 3DR



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