An extensive range of brick built farm buildings which are constructed of brick under a tiled roof and mainly comprise former cow shipons, loose boxes and barns. The majority of the buildings are double storey.
There is an internal court yard area which adds considerable character to the range of buildings. There are also two further yard areas enclosed by brick walls one to the front, and one to the rear of the buildings.
A short distance from the main range there is also a small range of brick built former pig sties.
The whole of the land to be sold with the full extent of buildings extends to 1.50 acres or thereabouts.
It is understood that the main range of buildings are Grade II* listed buildings and the range of pig sties are Grade II listed. They are believed to date back from the early 19th Century.
They are situated just off the main A531 on the outskirts of Betley, Crewe.
Full details are available by contacting Bury and Hilton direct.