DESCRIPTION The Mill dates back to approx 1810 and is situated next to the River Banwy and enjoys half a mile of private fishing rights which includes trout and salmon. The current owner has painstakingly renovated and restored the millers house from what was a derelict building. Set in approximately 7 and a 1/2 acres of ancient woodland including Oak, Beech, Ash, Silver Birch and Aspen trees. The property was a former corn mill with an integral Millers house and offers future buyers a wealth of further opportunities (subject to the necessary permissions). There are also a number of outbuildings which again have massive potential.
LOCATION The Mill is located approximately 1.8 miles from the town of Llanfair Caereinion which offers a range of amenities including shops, post office, butcher, public houses, doctors, dentist, hairdressers, library and garage. Along with a primary and secondary school and leisure centre. The nearby towns of Welshpool and Newtown offer supermarkets and a further range of shops. There are good road links to Shrewsbury, Oswestry and beyond.
HISTORY In the early 19th century, a masonry structure was added against the timber-framed section to enclose the wheel. It is believed that milling was continued until the 1950s. In 1914 Llanfair Electricity put in a hydroelectric system and The Mill was the first place in Wales to generate hydro-electricity. This ceased in 1952 when a generator was built in the village.
The Mill was fed by a 600m leat from a weir across the river Banwy and augmented by a stream crossing over the leat as there was no pond. Evidence of the leat is still present today. The pelton wheel drove a pair of millstones by a chain and belt drive.
Today the mill workings are still present and are in need of renovation. This 3 storey building would lend itself to being converted into addition living accommodation (subject to the necessary permissions).
SITTING ROOM 17' 1" x 11' 7" (5.21m x 3.53m) Feature restored inglenook fireplace with inset log burner, window enjoying views over the River Banwy, exposed beams, stone floor and a staircase to the first floor with a cupboard under. Doors to the dining room and pantry.
PANTRY 5' 7" x 12' 2" (1.7m x 3.71m) Part tiled walls and exposed beams.
KITCHEN 9' 7" x 7' 1" (2.92m x 2.16m) Fitted with a range of base cupboards and drawers with work surfaces over, display shelving, stainless steel sink with mixer tap under a window to the front aspect, part tiled splash backs, plumbing and space for washing machine, exposed beams and hatch to the dining room.
DINING ROOM 9' 6" x 10' 2" (2.9m x 3.1m) Feature fireplace with grate, wood effect flooring and window overlooking the River Banwy.
SNUG 17' 6" x 11' 6" (5.33m x 3.51m) Measurement includes the staircase to the second floor. Exposed beams, exposed wooden floorboards and window overlooking the River Banwy. Doors to bedroom and bathroom.
BEDROOM TWO 8' 3" x 10' 7" (2.51m x 3.23m) Wooden fire surround with cast iron fireplace, exposed wooden floorboards and beams and window overlooking the River Banwy.
BATHROOM 9' 2" x 6' 4" (2.79m x 1.93m) Suite comprising panel bath, low level W.C., pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback, part tiled walls, exposed wooden floorboards and window overlooking the River Banwy.
BEDROOM ONE 18' 1" x 14' 3" (5.51m x 4.34m) Maximum measurement. With pitched wooden ceiling, exposed wooden floorboards and beams, window overlooking the Rover Banwy and doorway to:
BATHROOM Suite comprising large walk in fully tiled shower cubicle, low level W.C., pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback, exposed wooden floorboards and beams, pitched wooden ceiling and window overlooking the River Banwy. Walk in airing cupboard housing the tank and slatted shelving.
OUTSIDE 0m x 0m) The property is accessed via a sloped 'in and out' driveway which leads to a parking area. There are a number of outbuildings including:
Brick and timber framed outbuilding, divided in 2 - (13'9" x 28'10", 4.2m x 8.8m) This would lend itself to being converted into ancillary accommodation subject to the necessary permissions.
Coal shed - (12'7" x 5'8", 3.86m x 1.73m)
Store- (12'7" x 13', 3.86m x 3.98m
Pig Sty- derelict
Areas of lawn, potting shed, further area of lawn with a seating area overlooking the river. The ancient woodland includes Ash, Beech, Oak, Silver Birch and Aspen and runs along the river and is a haven for wildlife. The property enjoys half a mile of fishing rights
MILL - GROUND FLOOR 10' 11" x 71' 2" (3.34m x 21.7m) The mill workings are still in situ. This space is in need of renovation.
MILL - FIRST FLOOR 10' 11" x 7' 1" (3.34m x 2.17m) The mill workings are still in situ. This space is in need of renovation and has the pantry within the room.
MILL - 2ND FLOOR This space is in need of renovation.
AGENTS NOTE The photos were taken in August 2021.
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