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Muckleton Hall

Muckleton, Telford, Shropshire, England, TF6 6RQ

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Summary

  • A grand period farmhouse to let with extensive outbuildings, stabling & land in North Shropshire

  • 4/5 beds, Bathroom, Cloakroom / WC, Kitchen, Pantry, Dining Room, Drawing Room, Snug, Sun Room, Boot Room, Office.

  • Second Floor with 4Bedrooms available if required.

  • Range of Traditional outbuildings, Workshop, Stabling & Scope for multiple loose boxes with large open Barn

  • Traditional courtyard with Double Garage & two single garages

  • Front of house formal gardens.

  • 7 acres of paddocks, 3 field shelters, loading ramp & separate yard access.
  • Further Land available by Sep. Neg.Flexible rental options available.
  • 27.00 Acres
  • 9 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bath/Shower rooms
  • Stabling
  • Paddock / Land
  • Barn
  • Outbuildings
  • Horsebox Parking
  • Garage

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Description

Muckleton Farmhouse Accommodation
Muckleton Hall is an imposing Georgian style farmhouse of brick construction beneath the tile hipped roof with central leaded recess. The property has been extended and altered over the years to afford the current accommodation which includes 9 bedrooms, 3 reception rooms over 3 main floors. (However, the landlord is willing to let the property without the use of the second storey and to take over the responsibility for heating this floor). The farmhouse is approached through a gated access over a sweeping gravelled drive with central turning circle leading to the pillared portico entrance. To the rear is the traditional farmyard entrance and courtyard which allows access to the rear of the property and to the traditional farm buildings.

From front garden, portico entrance door to:

Front Entrance Hall Access to Cellar
Cloakroom leading to:
W.C
Drawing Room (18’6 × 17’8) max with exposed beams, open fire.
Dining Room 23’5 × 11’11 max with exposed beams, open fire.
Kitchen 18’6 × 16’11 max with range of walled cupboards and base units, housekeeper’s cupboard. 5 door oil fired Aga with 2 door electric Aga alongside.
Internal Hall
Pantry with range of base units.
Snug 13’5 × 12’0 with open fire. Door leading to:
Sun Room 12’0 max x 11’6 max with door leading to Terrace Area.
From kitchen door to
Scullery/Boot Room
Office 13’10 × 9’8
From front entrance hall, stairs lead to:
First Floor Landing
Bedroom One 18’4 × 15’4
Bedroom Two 13’10 × 10’11
Bedroom Three 13’7 max x 12’11 max
Bedroom Four 23’6 max x 18’4
Bedroom Five (off bedroom 4, potential as ensuite or dressing room) 13’5 × 12’
Bathroom with suite including panelled bath, shower, sink, w.c, Airing Cupboard.
From Landing stairs rise to

Second Floor Landing (second floor option to be excluded from accommodation if required)
Bedroom Six 18’10 × 18’4
Bedroom Seven 12’10 × 10’11
Bedroom Eight 13’6 × 11’8
Bedroom Nine 20’ x 18’
Tank Room

Externally

The formal gardens are found to the front of the house and mainly laid to lawn with raised borders housing a range of specimen trees and shrubs. The lawned area extends to the side of the house and is enclosed in three sides creating a private walled garden. To the side of the house, off the sun room, there is a paved seating area which leads to a small yard with a number of small outhouses and w.c and access to the utility and boot room.

To the rear of the house, the traditional courtyard gives access to Domestic Outbuildings including double garage and two single garages.

Traditional Farm Buildings
The traditional outbuildings are two storey and of brick construction beneath a tiled roof, the main building extends to 7’1 × 19’1 and is in four main bays. The adjoining Workshop provides the link between the farmhouse and buildings and is two storey, 43’0 × 14’0.

Farm Buildings
The buildings have the benefit of a separate access from the highway with the traditional buildings being in close proximity to the farmhouse. The buildings to the southern end of the yard are not for use within this tenancy and will be used by the landlord as part of the farming enterprise.

Stables
4 individual stables of brick construction with concrete floors and wooden stable doors.

Loose Housing/American Barn 105’0 × 90’0 a large brick building with concrete floor providing formally loose cattle housing and a central feed passageway, provides a large storage area or potential for a range of internal loose boxes.
The remainder of the outbuildings on the farm are to be used by the landlord as part of his farming enterprise.

Land
In all about 27 acres are offered with the proposed rental of Muckleton Hall consisting of 5 small grass paddocks, post and rail fenced around the farm house. There is a further X acre field adjacent to the farm yard entrance.

Services
Mains electric, private water via bore hole.
Drainage to a private system.
Oil fired Aga, Oil fired central heating to part of the house.

Lease Terms:
1. The property is offered with a new lease for a flexible term to be agreed between parties.
2. The rent will be payable monthly in advance by bankers standing order.
3. The rental price agreed can be varied dependent upon the exact acreage required.
4. A two month rent deposit will be taken up front and held by the landlord’s agent as security.

Council Tax Band
Shropshire County Council.

Directions
Follow the A43 north from Shrewsbury. After passing through the village of Shawbury take the second right hand turn signposted Butlers Bank and Muckleton. Follow this road for 2 miles and Muckleton Hall Farm is found on the right hand side.

Viewing: Strictly by prior appointment with the Sole Agents Jackson Equestrian on 01928 740555.

JACKSON PROPERTY for themselves and the vendors of the property, whose agents they are, give notice that these particulars, although believed to be correct, do not constitute any part of an offer of contract, that all statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility and are not to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and that they do not make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. An intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order, or fit for their purpose, neither has the agent checked legal documents to verify the freehold/leasehold status of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.