A “unique” property set in 17 acres of Mid Wales countryside complete with its own four-bedroom farmhouse, swimming pool, equine stable boxes, buildings and a stocked freshwater lake has been put up for sale.
Bryn Y Garreg at Llangadfan, near Welshpool, Powys, is expected to attract interest from those involved in equine activities due to the wide range of stables, menage and outbuildings.
“This is quite a unique property to come on the market in this part of Wales,” said Bryan Jarman, a chartered surveyor at Morris, Marshall and Poole with Norman Lloyd who have been instructed to market and sell the property.
“The farmhouse itself has spacious and flexible living accommodation with stunning views, but when you consider the eight American-style stable blocks, gardens, swimming pool, barbecue area, a well-stocked lake and outbuildings we anticipate there will be a lot of interest.”
The smallholding has easy access to the famous Dyfnant Forest and is two miles from the village of Llangadfan, which is close to Welshpool with good road access into the Midlands, North West of England and the national rail and motorway networks.
Additionally, the property is half-a-mile away from the Dyfnant Forest which has more than 100 miles of riding tracks and carriage driving with more details available at www.rainbowtrails.org.uk.
“There are also numerous bridal ways and walking routes into other parts of the area,” added Mr Jarman, who is based at MMP/NL’s Welshpool office. “With relevant planning permission, the property could be used for commercial equine or recreational purposes.”
The property is being sold for £650,000.
More details about the property can be found at www.morrismarshall.co.uk (click here) or by contacting 01938 554818 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.