February 25, 2021
160-acres Mid Wales farm goes in the market
A 160-acre farm complete with a four-bedroom farmhouse has attracted interest since going on the market.
Penygraig at Trefeglwys, near Llanidloes, Powys, has been placed on the market at £550,000 through Morris, Marshall and Poole with Norman Lloyd.
The well-known farm sits on the edge of the Trannon Valley and will be sold as either a single farm or in up to eight lots. Tenders have to be submitted by midday on Thursday, 18 March 2021.
Tony Evans, a Partner at MMP/NL who is handling the sale, said: “We’ve received a lot of interest in the property due to its size and location. The land offers agricultural, environmental and diversification uses, and we believe there will be significant interest in the main farm as well as the additional lots of land.”
Lot 1 includes 24.29 acres of land and the main stone-built farmhouse which has been refurbished over time and includes four bedrooms. There is planning permission for an extension into an adjacent timber oak framed farm building for additional accommodation.
It also includes a range of farm buildings, including a traditional lap boarded barn, a timber and cast-iron barn, a three-bay barn and a modern scotch barn extension.
Additional buildings include a four-bay timber pole cattle loose house and a further six-bay timber pole loose cattle house.
Other farm buildings are also nearby.
Other lots are available with a range of land between 3.22 and 28.42 acres.
Full details of the farm sale can be found at www.morrismarshall.co.uk or by telephoning the Rural Department on 01938 552371.