Tern Farm, Longdon-Upon-Tern, Telford, TF6 6LN | Property for sale | Savills
212.06 Ha(524 Ac)
Excess of £11,000,000(€12,990,362)

Tern FarmLongdon-Upon-Tern, Telford, TF6 6LN

  • Under offer
  • Freehold

Key features

  • Handsome Georgian style farmhouse
  • Seven additional properties
  • A fully irrigated farm
  • Substantial range of modern farm buildings
  • Traditional brick farm buildings with development potential

Versatile residential and arable farming enterprise within a ring-fence

About this property

  • INITIAL OFFERS INVITED BY MIDDAY ON JUNE 5TH 2024

    Tern Farm occupies a desirable rural setting with far reaching views of the surrounding countryside. The nearby villages of High Ercall and Waters Upton provide local amenities, while additional recreational, dining and retail opportunities are conveniently accessible via a short drive to the popular market town of Shrewsbury, located 10 miles to the west.

    TERN FARMHOUSE
    Tern Farmhouse is an immaculate Georgian style farmhouse situated in an elevated position, enjoying far-reaching views of the surrounding countryside. With accommodation across two storeys, the farmhouse has been fully modernised and renovated throughout to an exceptional standard, combining traditional farmhouse character with modern family living accommodation.

    GARDEN AND GROUNDS
    The gardens at Tern Farmhouse have undergone a significant scheme of hard and soft landscaping. They provide features such as a small kitchen garden, a natural pond, and an all-weather tennis court located to the south of the main house. The Bothy is situated to the north of the grounds, constructed of timber frame and red brick under a clay tile roof the building has been given a Grade II listing.

    TRADITIONAL AND MODERN BUILDINGS
    Situated to the south of Tern Farmhouse sits an extensive array of both single and double-storey traditional farm buildings. Constructed of traditional red brick under tile roofs, the buildings internally retain original features such as, wooden cattle housing, piggery stalls and stabling.

    A range of farm structures facilitates the storage of machinery, workshop operations and provides storage for grain and potatoes. The primary modern sheds, situated to the west of the yard, were constructed to the highest modern standards. An additional set of three traditional agricultural storage buildings are located directly to the north of Tern Farmhouse on Tern Lane, which have potential for conversion, subject to obtaining planning permission.

    LAND
    The agricultural land at Tern Farm spans approximately 524 acres of largely Grade 2 land.

    Tern Farm benefits from an irrigation system across the whole, supplied by three reservoirs located to the south. The farm benefits from an abstraction licence from the River Tern, for both irrigation and the replenishment of the reservoirs.

Local information

  • The farm itself is situated in a picturesque and undulating landscape, with views of The Shropshire Hills National Landscape that stretches from Ludlow to Telford.
  • Road: Tern Farm benefits from convenient transport options, with the A49 and M54 providing access to neighbouring towns and cities, along with the wider motorway network.
  • Rail: The closest train station is approximately 10 minutes away, offering direct routes to major cities. Stafford Station provides connectivity to London in approximately 1 hour 15 minutes, while Wellington Station provides access to Birmingham in 45 minutes.
  • Air: Birmingham Airport is reachable in just over one hour, while Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Manchester Airports are both within approximately one hour and thirty-minutes. These options afford residents convenient access to both domestic and international air travel.
  • Schools: Locally there are an excellent range of schools notably; Shrewsbury School, Ellesmere College, Shrewsbury High School, Adcote School for Girls, Moreton Hall, Ellesmere College, Oswestry School and Wrekin College.

Additional information

  • All journey times and distances are approximate.
  • Local Authority: Telford & Wrekin Council.
  • EPC Rating: D