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Pentre Cefn, Craigllwyn

  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Acreage: 5
£395,000 OIRO
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Property Features

  • PLANNING PERMISSION
  • 4.6 ACRES OF LAND (1.86 HECTARES )
  • DETACHED FARMHOUSE AND BARNS
  • COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS
  • GRADE II LISTED FARM HOUSE
  • EPC RATING G
  • IN NEED OF COMPLETE RENOVATION
  • PANORAMIC VIEWS OF WELSH/ENGLISH BORDER

Property Summary

An incredible opportunity to purchase a 17th century Grade ll listed farmhouse with just under 5 acres of land, ample parking, and detached barns all with planning permission.

The detached farmhouse previously benefited from planning permission for a two-storey extension which has now lapsed, to provide a spacious three bedroom home, conversion of the barns into a garage, storage and self contained accommodation ancillary to main dwelling. Externally there is a turning area and parking for several vehicles, hard standing with services connected and approximately 4.6 acres of land (1.86 Hectares).

Full Details

LOCATION
The property occupies a most appealing location set on the fringe of the pretty Welsh borders, with a beautiful open aspect to the front onto open farmland and hills in the distance. The local area provides some lovely walks including Offa's Dyke, with the Candy Valley and Oswestry Old Racecourse of particular interest.

The market town of Oswestry is approximately 4 miles distant and provides a variety of shopping, leisure facilities, schools and supermarkets. Further afield, but with good road connections are Welshpool, Newtown, Wrexham, Chester, Liverpool, and Telford.

SUMMARY
Pentre-Cefn Farm dates back to the early 17th Century and offers an incredible opportunity to renovate and restore a historic dwelling, complete with traditional features, to create an idyllic family home.

The farmhouse is constructed of limestone and slate. It extends to three bedrooms on the first floor with kitchen, scullery, utility, traditional parlour, sitting-room and bathroom to the ground floor. Original oak beams are visible at the rear of the farmhouse revealing the traditional 17th Century construction of the house.

PLANNING
Farmhouse:
15/04362/FUL
Erection of two storey extension and associated works and siting of temporary static caravan for use by the applicants during the course of the building works.

Barns:
20/01371/FUL
Conversion of existing stone barns into garage, storage and self contained accommodation ancillary to main dwelling.

CLAWBACK
If the main stone barn is sold off or is occupied as a separate dwelling within 15 years of completion of the sale DATED 2014 there will be 50% clawback on the uplift in value in favour of the previousvendors or his beneficiaries.

SERVICES
Mains electric and mains water. Drainage to a septic tank.
There is a LPG gas tank that has been installed to provide gas to the main house - but is not connected.

LAND
Field adjoining the house is approximately 2.43 acres
Paddock adjacent is approximately 2.19 acres

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