Market Drayton, SHROPSHIRE

Back to search results

  • Set in Approx. 0.6 Acres with Gardens and Paddock
  • Three Bedroom Semi-Detached House in a Semi-Rural Location
  • Range of Outbuildings inc. Garage with Inspection Pit, Kennels, Stores and Barn
  • Off Road Location
  • Rural Outlook to Front and Rear

A rare opportunity to acquire a home with outbuildings and paddock in this popular area. The property has been utilised as a smallholding by the vendors for many years and they have kept a wide variety of livestock including cattle, pigs, sheep, chickens, ducks and their own dogs.

The property is situated within the village area known as Tern Hill which has a garage and fish and chip shop. More extensive facilities are offered by the popular and historic town of Market Drayton which is on the Shropshire Union Canal and Cycle Route 75. Market Drayton has many older and historic properties  and a variety of public houses and restaurants as well as independent shops, swimming baths, secondary and sixth form colleges and nursery school. The town also has a popular weekly market and a cinema. Shrewsbury to the north and Telford to the south (with M54 access). both have hospitals.

Price Guide £279,950 Ref: JN5919


A semi-detached house believed to date from the 1930’s and in the agent’s opinion having generally good ceiling heights throughout. The property has mains gas central heating and double glazing and the accommodation with approx. room sizes is as follows:

Ground Floor

A part glazed front door to:

Entrance Hall with window and radiator, stairs to first floor with understairs store cupboard

Sitting Room 11’7 x 9’9 < to 11’ into front bay window (about 3.5m x 3m <3.3m) woodburning stove, TV point, radiator

Dining Room 11’7 x 10’8 (about 3.5m x 3.2m) rear window overlooking garden, radiator, open brick fireplace

Utility Area 7’7 x 5’4 (about 2.3m x 1.6m) quarry tiled flooring, radiator, window, plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine, opening into:

Kitchen 13’2 x 6’5 (about 4m x 1.9m) fitted with a range of oak fronted wall and base units, Belfast sink, four ring hob, loft hatch, tiled flooring,  built-in oven, stable door to side access

First Floor

Landing with loft hatch

Bathroom  5’8 x 5’7 (about 1.7m x 1.7m) window to rear, bath wash hand basin and WC

Bedroom One 11’7 x 10’9 (about 3.5m x 3.3m) rear window, Victorian style fireplace (not in use), radiator, cupboard with gas fired wall mounted boiler

Bedroom Two 10’ x 9’9 (about 3m x 3m) front window with rural outlook, radiator

Bedroom Three 8’ x 6’8 (about 2.4m x 2m) front window with rural view, radiator 

Price Guide £279,950Ref: JN5919


 The property is approached off the main road initially and then via a trackway which gives access to a number of other houses in the row as well as to a farm beyond. To the front there is a lawned garden area enclosed by a mixture of hedging and brick walling. There is a gravelled parking area and concrete standing area beyond and in front of the Garage c.17’6 x 11’7 (about 5.3m x 3.5m) with double doors to front, side window, light and power as well as a very useful inspection pit.

At the rear of the house there is a deck area, an adjoining lawned area and adjoining the rear of the garage there is a Three Bay Kennel Building c. 12’7 x 10’4 (about 3.8m x 3.1m) adjoining this is a further Store c.10’4 x 9’2 (about 3.1m x 2.7m) and a Monopitch Log Store c. 21’4 x 11’4 (about 6.5m x 3.4m)

At the bottom of the garden there is a Polytunnel and on a lower level there are Two Further Block Kennels.

Accessed via a walkway which is fairly steep and should be carefully negotiated lies the land.

The Land adjoins and is in one main block of fairly level pastureland with a lovely outlook over adjoining farmland at the rear. At the top there is a fruit and veg growing area, a Monopitch Barn divided into an Open Store c. 11’ x 7’ (about 3.3m x 2.1m) and Hay Store c. 12’ x 11’ (about 3.6m x 3.3m) with rain water harvesting. There is the a further Monopitch Barn c. 26’ x 9’5 (about 7.9m x 2.8m) where the vendors currently house their cow.

 NB The vendor informs us this field was at a lower level in the 1970’s and was built up initially with rubble and then top soil to its present level. It has provided excellent grazing pasture for the vendors animals in subsequent years.



(About 0.25 Hectares)

Price Guide £279,950Ref: JN5919