Sold STC

Llanfyllin, Powys

  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
£675,000 Guide Price
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Property Features

  • Small holding
  • 3 bedroom detached house
  • Traditional stone/timber building
  • 35 acres approximately of agricultural land
  • Rural setting
  • Tourism potential
  • Potential equestrian holding
  • Traditional building has potential to be converted (subject to the necessary permissions)
  • Close to the town of Llanfyllin
  • Within reach to the larger towns of Welshpool, Newtown and Shrewsbury

Property Summary

**SMALLHOLDING FOR SALE** three bedroom dwelling, traditional building and 35 acres or thereabouts of agricultural land located in a tranquil setting.

Full Details

DESCRIPTION
A delightful smallholding nestled in the Cwm Nant Fyllon Valley comprising a three bedroom detached farmhouse set in lovely lawned and shrubbed gardens, a stone/timber traditional outbuilding and approximately 35 acres (14.17 ha) of grassland, extending as a whole to 37 acres (14.97 ha) or thereabouts. The Nant Fyllon stream runs through the centre of the holding creating a tranquil setting. The property has direct access off the council maintained highway known as 'New Road' and part of the farm drive is accessed via a ford through the stream or via the pedestrian access over the adjacent bridge. The land is part sloping and part flat in nature and lends itself for livestock production, forage production, glamping (subject to the relevant permissions), amenity use, equestrian purposes and carbon/biodiversity. The traditional building has potential for conversion into tourism accommodation subject to relevant permissions being acquired.

SITUATION
The property is situated north west of the market town of Llanfyllin with its range of amenities including primary and secondary schools, pubs/restaurants, doctors surgery and shops. For a wider range of amenities and services, the larger market towns of Welshpool and Oswestry are only a short drive away. The property is in a great location for outdoor pursuits and recreation with the local network of public rights of way on its doorstep. Further a field, Bala lake, Snowdonia National Park and the West Coast of Wales are all within easy reach.

Y FFATRI FARMHOUSE
A detached brick and slate 3 bedroom dwelling set in shrubbed and lawned gardens.

ACCOMODATION COMPRISING:
(Measurements are approximate)

GROUND FLOOR
Entrance Hall (1.33m x 2.37m)
Kitchen (4.76m x 2.37m) - carpeted floor, base kitchen units, metal sink with draining board, built in oven, extraction fan, and separate built in hob.
Living room (3.66m x 5.53m) - With feature beams, brick fireplace and carpeted floor
Reception room (3.75m x 3.37m) - carpeted floors, TV point and fireplace.
Store room (2.06m x 3.75m)
Hallway (0.91m x 5.43m) - staircase to first floor

FIRST FLOOR
Landing (1.57m x 5.61m) - Doors leading to bedrooms, bathroom and airing cupboard.
Double Bedroom (3.66m x 3.55m) - carpeted floors, radiator and feature fireplace
Single Bedroom (2.17m x 3.81m) - carpeted floors, fitted wardrobes and vanity unit.
Double Bedroom (3.09m x 3.55m) - carpeted floors
Bathroom (3.09m x 2.06m) - bath with tiled surround, storage cupboard, w/c, sink and carpeted floors

COUNCIL TAX BAND: D

EPC RATING: TBC
For a full copy of the Energy Performance Certificate please contact agents.

THE TRADITIONAL BUILDING
The traditional building is located adjacent to the house at Y Ffatri and is currently used for storage. The building is constructed of timber cladding walls and slate roof to part with the main part being constructed of stone walls under a corrugated metal sheeting roof, with window and door openings throughout. The building is 39.50m long by 7.22m wide (approximately), and has the potential for conversion into residential holiday lets and tourism, subject to gaining the relevant planning consent.

THE LAND
The land is mainly down to grass with a small area of broadleaf woodland at the northern boundary and extends to approximately 35.16 acres (14.23 ha). The land is suitable for grazing/mowing and is undulating in nature to the north and flat to the south of the holding. The land is accessed via the entrance to the smallholding off 'New Road'. There are mature hedgerows and/or livestock netting boundaries throughout. The land benefits from the Nant Fyllon stream running through the centre of the holding as a natural water source. The field parcels are registered for the Basic Payment Scheme (entitlements are not included within the sale).

SERVICES
Private water, Mains electricity, Private septic tank drainage

METHOD OF SALE
Private Treaty

TENURE
Freehold with vacant possession on completion.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Powys County Council

WAYLEAVE, EASEMENTS AND RIGHTS OF WAY
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights including rights of way, whether public or private, light , drainage, water and electricity supplies and any other rights and obligations, easements and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains and water, gas and other pipes, whether referred to in the Sale details or not.

PLANS, AREAS AND SCHEDULES
Plans are for identification and reference purposes only. The purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have satisfied themselves of the description of the property. Any error or mis-statement shall not annul a sale or entitle any party to compensation.

AGRI-ENVIRONEMNT SCHEMES
The farm is not subject to an agri-environment scheme.

BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
The land has been registered for the BPS. Entitlements are available by separate negotiation.

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