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Timber framed farmhouse with four poultry units hits the market for £2.5m

aerial shot of hoo hall

A “distinguished” early 17th-century timber-framed farmhouse with four broiler units has been listed for sale in Shropshire, with offers of around £2.5m invited.

Hoo Hall is being marketed by local agents Mannleys Prestige and is set in 13 acres of land with an “extensive range” of farm buildings, including four broiler units.

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The farm is close to the village of Horton, just north of Telford, with the house itself featuring three large bedrooms.

It also boasts a farmhouse kitchen with breakfast room, lounge with inglenook fireplace and exposed beams, and a formal dining room.

“This impressive L-shaped farmhouse is spread over three floors, providing approximately 4800 sq ft of living space and is full of character and historical features such as close studded and square panelled walls, internal timbers and stunning decorative ceilings.”

The full listing can be found on Mannley’s website.