What must be one of the finest and largest estates to come onto the market in Shropshire for many years is being presented by Roger Parry & Partners and Barbers Rural. The Estate comprises Muckleton Hall Farm with 324 acres and the adjoining Pool House Farm with 193 acres, plus 144 acres of accommodation land, available as a whole or in seven lots.
Muckleton Hall has been farmed by the Sankey family since 1943 and was formerly farmed by the Cordingley family. Pool House Farm was formerly farmed by the Glassey family. The Estate is available now due to the death of the inimitable Joe Sankey, the last of three brothers who were highly renowned Dairy and Arable farmers. The farms are conveniently located for the A53 to the M6 via Market Drayton or to the M54 for Shrewsbury or Birmingham.
The land is mainly Grade II fertile land, traditionally known to grow tremendous crops. For the sporting interest there are two woods amounting to approximately 22 acres. Both farms have a comprehensive amount of modern adaptable buildings. The nine-bedroom Muckleton Hall has a private, mature front garden with lawns giving a grand entrance and picturesque setting to this imposing three-storey Georgian House. There is a rear courtyard bounded by attractive traditional period buildings separating the house from the main modern farm buildings, with a separate stable block for four Hunter horses. The land is sown to Winter Wheat and Winter Oil Seed Rape.
With the uncertainty in the world today, this sale provides an opportunity to purchase one of the finest farms in Shropshire. Roger Parry and Bob Oakes from the Joint Agents say the sale has already created a huge amount of interest as it is rare for such an Estate to come onto the market with the potential to be sold as a whole. The guide price for the whole is offers over £5,000,000.
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