Sallins Farm, Picklescott, Church Stretton, Shropshire

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Bedrooms: 6
Sallins Farm is located within the beautiful Shropshire countryside, just outside the village of Picklescott at the edge of the Long Mynd. It is conveniently situated close to the market town of Church Stretton and within reasonable proximity to the larger Shrewsbury and Ludlow. The property equally benefits from good transport links to Birmingham, Chester, Liverpool and Manchester.

The extensive house was built by the vendor in 2003 in a traditional farmhouse style, located adjacent to the farmyard with outstanding views over the Shropshire Countryside and in a private location. The property is of traditional brick and stone construction, and partly rendered with a tile roof, amounting to 3,552 sq ft.

The house is finished to a high standard and in a farmhouse style with delightful traditional features to include inglenook fireplaces, large oak sweeping front staircase and a well-appointed kitchen and breakfast room with double Aga. The property provides generous accommodation with spacious reception rooms, six bedrooms, four of which have en-suites and a large family bathroom.

There is a long private driveway up to the house, including a detached annex with a garage, which is currently utilised as separate accommodation and office space. There is a hedged garden with well kept lawns, shrubs, trees and vegetable patches.

Sallins has a fantastic family home alongside the excellent commercial offering of the farm itself.


KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM 21' 2" x 15' 7" (6.46m x 4.77m) With a tiled floor, inglenook and Aga range, granite worktops including a central island with separate sink, wooden units and a large pantry.

UTILITY 15' 7" x 12' 0" (4.77m x 3.68m) With a tiled floor, partly tiled walls, a sink and mixer, mounted wall units, space for a washing machine and dryer.

REAR PORCH 7' 6" x 3' 7" (2.31m x 1.11m) Rear access via a wooden framed porch/boot room with double glazing.

WASHROOM 5' 10" x 2' 4" (1.79m x 0.72m) A W/C with washbasin and heated towel rail off the utility room. Tiled floors and part tiled, part painted walls.

LOUNGE 20' 11" x 13' 4" (6.38m x 4.07m) With carpeted floors, exposed beams to the ceiling, double doors to the garden, a wood burner and a large open space ideal for a more casual dining table.

DINING ROOM 49' 2" x 13' 4" (15m x 4.07m) With wooden floors, an open fireplace and a tasteful combination of brick and beams to the ceiling and walls.

STUDY 13' 0" x 10' 5" (3.97m x 3.19m) With wooden floors, exposed oak framing to the walls and beams to the ceiling, an inbuilt wooden desk and double glazed windows.

SITTING ROOM 24' 10" x 15' 10" (7.59m x 4.85m) With a carpeted floor, a brick fireplace with wood burner, double doors to the garden and double glazed wooden framed windows with views over the land.


LANDING Wood floors, with an oak sweeping staircase providing a central point to the first floor, benefitting from the wood burner below.

MASTER BEDROOM 28' 1" x 15' 11" (8.56m x 4.87m) With timber floors, a walk in wardrobe, double doors providing access to a balcony with outstanding views over the Shropshire countryside and an en-suite with jacuzzi shower.

BEDROOM 2 21' 4" x 13' 4" (6.51m x 4.07m) Large room with a carpeted floor, built-in wardrobe and en-suite with shower.

BEDROOM 3 14' 2" x 10' 0" (4.32m x 3.07m) With a carpeted floor, a built-in wardrobe and en-suite with shower.

BEDROOM 4 19' 8" x 10' 10" (6.00m x 3.31m) Large room with timber floors, a built-in wardrobe and en-suite with shower.

BEDROOM 5 13' 2" x 11' 9" (4.03m x 3.60m) With a carpet floor and double glazed windows.

BEDROOM 6 8' 11" x 8' 0" (2.74m x 2.45m) With a carpet floor and double glazed window.

BATHROOM 11' 6" x 9' 8" (3.52m x 2.95m) Four piece family bathroom with tiled jacuzzi shower, bath with shower attachment, W/C and hand washbasin.


There is lawned area to the side of the house with shrubs, trees, vegetable patches and flowerbeds. With spectacular views over Shropshire this proves a great position for hosting events.

Next to the house is a detached garage with an 'up and over' door, with a ground floor farm office, and a studio apartment above. The apartment has its own external access and includes a bedroom with open plan living space, a kitchenette and an en-suite This would be ideal accommodation for a farm worker. The building is of stone construction with a tile roof.

The property benefits from an exceptional range of stables, traditionally built from local stone and tiled roof. The stables have 9 loose boxes in an L shape around a useful concreted forecourt.


The farm has been run as a Beef cattle unit, and benefits from a particularly impressive and extensive range of modern buildings, currently used primarily as cattle yards. Currently there is approximately 58,875 sq ft of buildings. There is an existing AFU license for 1,200 in-housed cattle.

The buildings are well laid out for management, feeding and mucking out. All livestock buildings are supplied with water from a private well. Linking the buildings are concrete yards and tracks. To the front of the yard is a large open stoned yard currently utilised for the storage of straw. There is also an earth bank silage pit.

In addition to the cattle buildings there is a large grain/ fodder store that benefits from being 20ft to the eaves and has concrete partitions (building 4). There is also a workshop and useful machinery storage buildings.

1. Farmhouse

2. Annex

3. Stables

4. Grain Store (120ft x 80ft)

5. Cattle Building (120ft x 60ft)

6. Cattle Building (60ft x 40ft)

7. Cattle Building (80ft x 80ft)

8. Cattle Building (210ft x 30ft)

9. Cattle Building (280ft x 40ft)

10. Cattle Building (75ft x 30ft)

11. Cattle Building (75ft x 30ft)

12. Cattle Building (75ft x 40ft)

13. Cattle Building (75ft x 45ft)

14. Machinery Store (85ft x 30ft)

15. Hay Barn / Machinery Store (40ft x 40ft)

16. Machinery Store & Workshop (60ft x 30ft)


This is a ringfenced farm set in approximately 442.26 acres (178.98 hectares) including 19.94 acres (8.07 hectares) of woodland. There is a wide range of land types, from productive arable land to permanent pasture. The land has benefitted from much improvement and investment to include drainage works and soil management. There are well kept fences with mature trees and hedgerows. The fields benefit from a natural water supply and planted shelterbelts, ideally suited for livestock shelter. They have good access with the rear land being accessed off council maintained roads. The owners benefit from Commoners' rights on the Long Mynd.

There is also sporting potential with many small spinneys sporadically planted on the farm that would make great locations for release pens and drives. Along with this there is some excellent undulating terrain that could produce some challenging shooting.

Please see brochure for a breakdown of the land.

DIRECTIONS From the Shrewsbury A5 Bayston Hill roundabout (Dobbies), proceed south along the A49 Trunk road. Continue for approximately 4 miles passing through Bayston Hill, and past Shrewsbury Golf Club to your left. Before entering Dorrington village, take a right at Bulkrite Vehicle Repairs and proceed for 0.6 miles. At church road take a further right and proceed for another 3 miles until you get to Picklescott. Continue through Picklescott and straight on for 0.5 miles. The drive for Sallins will be on your left hand side, as indicated by the Agent's 'For Sale' board.

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Roger Parry - Oswestry

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