TITLE

Shropshire farm has mooring income

AUTHOR(S)
Shirley, Andrew
PUB. DATE
February 2008
SOURCE
Farmers Weekly;2/29/2008, p20
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports on the sale by agent Halls of a 318-acre arable farm in north Shropshire, England. Onston Farm at Tetchill, near Ellesmere, will go under the hammer at the Black Lion Hotel in Ellesmere on March 28, 2008 with a guide price of ?1.8m. The farm, which was home to the Bridgewater dairy herd until 1993, is being sold by Messrs BH & HJ Walley following the untimely death of Brian Walley. A six-bed house is included in the sale, which also features 16 mooring permits on the Llangollen Canal that provide additional farm income.
ACCESSION #
31467748

 

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