Little Brockton, Worthen, Shropshire


Guide price

7.98 Acres (3.23 ha), Grazing Land, Access Mains Water, Sheep and Cattle, Potential for Keeping Horses, Potential for Growing Crops

Situation: The land, measuring 7.98 Acres (3.23 ha), is used by the current owner for silage crop cattle and sheep grazing.

The land would lend itself to tree planting or creation of a wildlife habitat (Environmental Grants may be available).

The land is best suited as crop or livestock grazing and benefits from mains water which is situated on the eastern boundary of the field.

The land could also be used for keeping horses but will require a stable block to be erected.

The land benefits from a vehicular right of way off the B4386.

Directions: From Shrewsbury take the B4386 Montgomery Road, accessed from A5 Bowbrook Roundabout. Follow the road through the villages of Yockleton, Westbury and Worthen and when you enter the village of Brockton, the Cock Inn is on your right-hand side. Approximately 250 metres further on, there is a layby on the left. Access to the field is located just beyond this on the left through a stock proof gate.Acreage:7.98

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