A SOUTH Cheshire farm with an eight-bedroom Georgian farm house is up for sale for £2.75 million.

The ‘highly-desirable’ farmland comes with the substantial eight-bedroom Georgian house and extensive out buildings in the Cheshire countryside and was recently listed with Roger Parry & Partners.

Whitchurch Herald: The front of the property, The front of the property, (Image: Roger Parry & Partners.)

Marbury Heyes, in Marbury, outside Whitchurch, is a productive farm with all of the amenities required for livestock grazing, mowing or arable rotations.


It has a number of outbuildings suitable for a range of uses and is all set in 164.47 acres (66.56 ha).

There is a substantial eight bedroom farmhouse which provides an excellent opportunity in a private and exquisite location.

The property is on the market with a guide price of £2,750,000 with leading local agents, Roger Parry & Partners as a whole or it can be divided into three separate lots.

George Beer of Roger Parry & Partners said: “This sale offers a rare opportunity to purchase a wonderfully positioned farm on the Shropshire and Cheshire border which offers a range of exciting opportunities.

Whitchurch Herald: The entry road to the farm. The entry road to the farm. (Image: Roger Parry & Partners.)

“The property has the potential to be a fantastic statement country house in a highly desirable location.”

Marbury Heyes is situated near to the village of Marbury, within the splendid south Cheshire countryside.

A spokesman added: “It is conveniently located in between the market towns of Whitchurch and Nantwich, and within proximity of Chester, Wrexham and Shrewsbury.

“The property equally benefits from good transport links to Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham and fast rail network links to London from Crewe (1 hour and 40 minutes).

“The extensive eight-bedroomed house is of brick construction with a tile roof and has a number of character features including an abundance of exposed beams throughout.

“The dwelling is a Georgian property and benefits from stunning views over the Cheshire countryside. Internally the property requires full refurbishment.

Whitchurch Herald: Marbury Heyes. Marbury Heyes. (Image: Roger Parry & Partners.)

“There are also a number of traditional and modern farm buildings which provide an opportunity for conversion to either amenity buildings or further residential accommodation, subject to gaining the correct planning consents.

“The buildings are centred around the farmyard and are well laid out for the general operation of the farm. There is a collecting yard with convenient access from the land.”

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The farm has previously been run as a dairy farm, most recently for youngstock rearing. It is ringfenced and set in approximately 164.47 acres (66.56 hectares).

The land is currently utilised as high quality pasture but is equally very well suited to arable rotations.

Viewing of the farm is strictly by appointment through George Beer to arrange a viewing on 01743 791336 or email roger@rogerparry.net