Burleigh Farm

Bolas Heath
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Annabel Fearnall
Annabel Fearnall



Burleigh Farm is found in the heart of the North Shropshire countryside in a charming peaceful location which enjoys expansive views over adjoining farmland. This attractive perido property offers extensive farmily living with five bedrooms and three reception rooms.

  • · Kitchen, utility room, three reception rooms
  • · Three bedrooms, en-suite shower room, family bathroom
  • · Second floor with two further bedrooms, shower room
  • · Cellar
  • · Garage. Extensive lawned gardens
  • · 0.8 Acres in all
  • · Peaceful, rural location

In spite of its rural location the property enjoys easy access to local amenities. The thriving village of Tibberton is only two miles distant and offers a wide range of facilities including a church, pub, primary school, village shop, mobile library and village hall. The village has a strong community presence and has various clubs and societies including WI, Brownies, a youth club and netball and cricket teams. Equidistant is the village of Waters Upton which has a number of amenities including primary school, village shop and restaurant.

A greater variety of services  can be found in the local market town of Newport as well as further afield in the larger conurbations of Telford and Shrewsbury.  The area is extremely well served educationally with both private and state primary and secondary schools and well reputed grammar schools in Newport The renowned Harper Adams University is only five miles away. The peaceful rural location belies the fact that it is situated only three miles from the A41 and consequently is well placed for access to the A5 and M54 motorway. Furthermore there are mainline rail links from Stafford and international airports within a 90 minute drive. 

Burleigh Farm is believed to date back to the early 18th century and certain external design features such as the blue brick quoins, feature brickwork around the windows and mullioned cross windows are typical of this period. Internally the house benefits from many period features and several of the rooms have extremely attractive period fireplaces with decorative surrounds. The windows to the original part of the house have largely been updated but have been replaced with bespoke replicas of the original leaded windows thereby retaining the inherent character of the property and adding to the attractive presence of the house.

There is little doubt that the house is ideal for family living and offers spacious and well proportioned accommodation over three floors.

The kitchen is found to the rear of the house in a single storey extension and as a result has a splendid vaulted ceiling with additional high level windows. Adjacent to the kitchen is a useful utility room and WC. Beyond the kitchen, in the original property are three reception rooms, one of which runs the full width of the house. These reception rooms all have the benefit of open fires with attractive fireplaces and could be utilised in a variety of manners dependent on the buyers’ requirements.

The bedroom accommodation is spread over two floors. To the first floor are three bedrooms, one of which has the advantage of an en-suite shower room, and a family bathroom. To the second floor, and ideal as a self contained children's area, are two bedrooms a large landing which could be utilised as a study area and a shower room.

Externally the property has the benefit of a large patio area which sits outside the kitchen door and is well protected from the elements by both the house and the adjacent farm building.

Extensive lawned gardens are found to three sides of the house and the sweeping drive divides the lawns.  The gardens are surrounded by mature hedgerows or a sandstone wall and as such offer a private area to enjoy whilst still allowing appreciation of the far-reaching views over the surrounding farm land. There are several small borders with a selection of plants and shrubs but the gardens have clearly been designed with ease of management in mind and will therefore allow buyers the opportunity to enhance them to their own specifications.

Whilst currently the lawns are open plan and mown there is little doubt that they could be fenced to provide either grazing for a pony or an orchard area.

A single garage stands to the rear of the house and whilst it could be retained for its current use this could also be adapted to  provide office or work space or a children’s playroom, subject to the necessary planning permissions.

Fixtures and Fittings

These sales details are for descriptive purposes only and the seller reserves the right to remove all fixtures and fittings unless specifically agreed otherwise. A buyer is recommended to check with their solicitor regarding inclusion or exclusion of specific fixtures and fittings.


Please note that the property is sold subject to a restriction preventing any non office-based business from being run from the property and preventing storage of any more than one caravan, boat or commercial vehicle on the site. In addition the property should only be occupied as a single residential dwelling.


Mains electric and water are connected. Drainage is to a private septic tank.  Oil fired central heating system. 

We are advised that the above services are available.  Barbers Rural have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fittings etc or services to this property so cannot confirm that they are in working order or fit for purpose.  A buyer is recommended to obtain confirmation from their solicitor or surveyor.

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