Nearly 70 acres of fertile grassland with planning permission for an agricultural worker’s home in a beautiful South Shropshire rural location is on offer with joint agents Halls and Nock Deighton.
The land at Lower Coston Farm, on the edge of Aston on Clun village, near Craven Arms, is within the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Subject to a combined Entry Level and Higher Level Stewardship Scheme until October 2018, the land is being sold in two lots with a guide price of £550,000.
Included with the property, which is well suited to an equestrian enterprise or for livestock rearing, is useful portal framed building and a static caravan.
The towns of Craven Arms, Ludlow and Shrewsbury are within easy driving distance.
Lot one, which has a guide price of £350,000, comprises 42 acres of grassland, which adjoins the River Clun, the static caravan, steel portal framed building, hard core surfaced yard and building plot for the four bedroomed home.
Lot two, which has a guide price of £200,000, comprises 27.48 acres of level grassland, which also adjoins the River Clun and is divided by a railway line.
Viewing is by appointment with the joint agents, Halls, Shrewsbury on Tel: 01743 284777 or Nock Deighton, Bridgnorth on Tel: 01746 762666.
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