A stunning property on the Welsh border with Shropshire with its own trout lake, three houses, 266 acres of agricultural land and woodland is new on the market with a price in the region of £2 million.
From its slightly elevated location three miles from the historic former county town of Montgomery, Perth-y-Bu enjoys commanding views to the south and east over attractive borderlands towards the Long Mynd hill range.
Situated just half a mile from the village of Sarn, the property is within 28 miles of Ludlow and Shrewsbury, which provides access to the M54 and M6 motorway network.
Shrewsbury agents Halls say Perth-y-Bu will appeal to a range of prospective buyers, particularly those with an interest in country sports. The property comprises 110 acres of fertile pasture and arable land and 139 acres of woodland
The 2.74-acre lake has been stocked with brown trout and provides an excellent habitat for a large number of wild birds, whilst the owners have also planted a series of small compartments of broad-leaved woodland, which support a successful small private shoot.
Approached along a private driveway, Perth-y-Bu is an impressive six bedroomed house that provides spacious living accommodation. Substantially rebuilt in the mid-1980s, the house stands in carefully landscaped gardens.
Also included in the sale are Orchard Barn and Stable Barn, spacious five and four bedroomed houses respectively and agricultural buildings. Orchard Barn has been used for high quality holiday accommodation.
Viewing is by appointment with Halls, Welsh Bridge, Shrewsbury on Tel: 01743 284777.