Dingle Farm, Trewern, Welshpool
- Former dairy farm
- Extends to 91.12 acres (36.87 ha)
- Productive grassland
- 3 bedroom detached Farmhouse
- Range of brick and slate traditional barns
- Range of steel portal frame buildings
- Substantial blocks of broadleaf woodland
- Stunning views towards Middletown Hill and surrounding countryside
A productive former dairy farm comprising a 3 bedroom farmhouse, traditional barns, range of steel portal frame agricultural buildings, 83.30 acres of grassland and 4.54 acres of woodland, extending as a whole to 91.12 acres (36.87 ha). The property lends itself to a diverse range of uses including agricultural, equestrian, tourism and amenity.
Dingle Farm is situated on the Welsh/English border within a private, rural location and yet only a stones throw away from the A458 trunk road leading to the towns of Welshpool and Shrewsbury. The property is accessed by a private driveway from the council highway.
DINGLE FARM FARMHOUSE
Dingle Farm farmhouse provides the purchaser with the perfect opportunity to place their own stamp on a delightful property. There are character features throughout the ground floor including wooden ceiling beams and brick fire places in the kitchen and sitting room. The original dwelling has been extended overtime creating additional living accommodation and useful storage.
The farmhouse benefits from being situated within an elevated position overlooking the beautiful Welsh and Shropshire countryside, including the iconic Middletown Hill. The property has lawned gardens to the rear and shrubbed area to the front. There is a hardcore parking area to the front with car port.
Entrance Hall leading to
W/C - W/C and hand basin
Utility - Wall and base units, washing machine fittings
Kitchen/Dining Room - Wall and base units, oil fired burning stove set in brick fireplace
Sitting Room - log burner set in brick fireplace
Master bedroom - large double bedroom, two uPVC windows
Bedroom - Single bedroom, uPVC window
Bedroom - Single bedroom, uPVC window
Bathroom - W/C, bath and wash basin
BUILDINGS AND FARMYARD
The buildings are conveniently located near to the house within hardcore and concrete yards. There is a separate modern farm building located to the east of the main buildings, along with the slurry lagoon and silage pit.
Traditional brick and stone barns with slate roof formerly used as a dairy parlour and cattle housing (7.4m x 3.7m plus 5.3m x 5.3m) plus brick lean-to with corrugated sheeting roof (5.3m x 3.9m)
Steel portal frame building with corrugated sheeting roof and walls (18.29m x 12.89m) suitable for housing livestock and/or storage
Steel portal framed building currently used as a workshop constructed of concrete floors, corrugated metal roof and corrugated metal/concrete block walls (28.5m x 4.8m)
Steel framed dutch barn over two storeys. Constructed of corrugated metal sheeting roof and walls comprising of workshop/garage area and handy storage above. (23.7m) x 6m)
Workshop constructed of concrete block walls with corrugated metal roof (8.9m x 5m)
Steel portal framed building constructed of concrete block and corrugated metal sheeting walls under a metal sheeting roof utilised for livestock housing and machinery storage. Internal cattle pens. (18.7m 9.4m)
Steel portal frame fodder/machinery store (9.6m x 6.1m)
Soil bunded silage pit (9.4m x 27.4m)
Circular slurry lagoon (not in use)
The land is flat and gently sloping in nature and lends itself to a range of uses including livestock production, arable production and equestrian, along with more diverse uses, subject to the necessary permissions. The grassland extends to 83.30 acres and is all down to grass. The land benefits from a natural water supply along with a piped, private supply to some field parcels. The land is accessed at multiple points, including through the farm yard and a gated access at the north west parcel off the council highway.
There are parcels of broadleaf woodland throughout the property extending to 4.54 acres in total.
Private water, mains electricity, private septic tank drainage, solid fuel central heating (log burner)
METHOD OF SALE
Freehold with vacant possession on completion.
Shropshire 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.
The farm is not subject to an agri-environment scheme.
BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
The land is registered for the Basic Payment Scheme.
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