AN AUCTION at a Shropshire property firm has a number of prestigious north Shropshire and Mid Wales sales ahead of next week’s event.

Halls, in Shrewsbury, is set to auction 11 properties at its event on Friday, February 23 including Morton Methodist Chapel in the rural hamlet of Morton, near Oswestry, which has a guide price of £55,000 to £65,000.

Possessing full planning permission for renovation and conversion into holiday accommodation, the former chapel has an entrance porch, arched windows to two sides and the front and exposed ceiling timbers.


Also on the agenda is the eight-bedroomed Cleveland House in Llansantffraid, which is a detached, period, Grade II-listed house and includes a former shop, former cold store outbuildings and garden.

With a guide price of £250,000, the property extends to more than half an acre and is described by Halls as ‘a desirable development opportunity’. 

A pre-application planning enquiry has been submitted to convert the house into two dwellings and to build three new homes.

The ground floor has a porch, three reception rooms, shower room, rear lobby, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, shop, basements and cellars. The first floor has five bedrooms and a bathroom and another three bedrooms on the second floor.

A detached, three-bedroomed, Grade II-listed, period, town centre cottage with a single garage at 11 St Johns Hill, Ellesmere, has guide price of £150,000.

Border Counties Advertizer: Cleveland House in Llansantffraid. Cleveland House in Llansantffraid. (Image: Halls.)

Possessing a wealth of traditional features and private rear gardens, the cottage has excellent potential for sympathetic improvement and is situated in a noted residential location within the town.

The accommodation has a living room, dining room, kitchen, boot room, cloakroom, three bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Meanwhile, comprehensive refurbishment is needed at 73 High Street, Wem, which has a guide price of £85,000 and comprises three residential flats across three floors in an end of terrace property

The grade II-listed, brick property has a rear garden area which may have potential for further development, subject to planning consent, and all parking is on-street.

There is also a spacious, detached bungalow on a corner plot, Coed–Y–Wye, Alkington Road, Whitchurch has guide price of £140,000 to £160,000.

Within walking distance of the town centre, the bungalow needs full renovation and modernisation.

The accommodation has a hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms and a bathroom, with an attached garage, toilet, store, potting shed and front and rear gardens.

There are also two small parcels of land on offer at Alkington Road, Whitchurch, both having a guide price of £30,000 to £40,000. One parcel extends to nearly four acres while the other, adjacent to The Fields, covers four-and-a-half acres.

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The remaining lots are for land, including nearly two-and-a-half acres of productive pasture on the west side of Cobham Cottage, Iscoyd, near Wrexham.

Accessed from a country lane, the land, which has a guide price of £15,000, has a dilapidated building to one corner

Nearby, adjoining Light Oak House, Iscoyd, is five-and-a-half acres of pastureland, which has a guide price of £35,000.

For more information about the auction and to discover how to enter a property or land in future sales, contact Halls on 01691 622602.