The Mill Farm has been in the same ownership for three generations and while once a successful dairy farm, has more recently been utilised for arable and livestock. The attractive Georgian farmhouse is complimented by a traditional courtyard with a range of traditional sandstone, brick and timber framed barns.
There are also general purpose and portal framed buildings. The farm has the attractive Wackley Brook running through lots 1, 2 and 3 providing drinking water for stock.
The land is well maintained and is predominantly arable with a variation of soil types ranging from heavier land, lighter sandier loam to peatier grassland.
Situated in rural North Shropshire, The Mill Farm is located between the two villages of Loppington and Burlton, both noted for their two pubs.
There is a well regarded primary school, post office and village store at nearby Cockshutt, while further amenities are available in the market town of Ellesmere with its supermarket, individual shops, The Lakeland School and Ellesmere College.
The attractive county town of Shrewsbury has excellent schools both within the private and state sectors, bespoke shops, restaurants and the Severn Theatre.
The area is noted for its fertile and highly productive farm land. Both Shrewsbury and Oswestry Livestock Markets are easily accessible.
From Shrewsbury, take the A528. On reaching Harmer Hill bear left signed to Ellesmere, continuing on the A528. On reaching Burlton, take
the right hand turning signed to Loppington (B4397) and the farm will be found after about one mile on the left hand side.