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Newbridge-On-Wye, Powys, LD1

Guide Price £1,200,000



4 Bedroom House for sale in Newbridge-On-Wye, Powys, LD1

Key Features:

  • Well maintained Farmhouse & Farm Buildings
  • Idyllic location with far reaching views
  • Potential for additional accommodation through barn conversions, subject to permissions
  • Productive & well laid out pastureland
  • Edge of common land location
  • Well balanced & "Walk-In" Residential Farm
  • 85.38 acres (34.55 ha)

FOR SALE BY INFORMAL TENDER. Offers to be received by Noon Thursday 30th June 2022. Well maintained Farmhouse & Farm Buildings with 85.38 acres (34.55 Ha). Idyllic location with far reaching views. Potential for additional accommodation through barn conversions, subject to permissions. Productive & well laid out pastureland. Edge of common land location. Well balanced & "Walk-In" Residential Farm. EPC - F (37)

Nantgwyn is a well-proportioned stone built property which enjoys far reaching views over the surrounding countryside towards Dolyfan Hill, Radnor Forest Hills and distantly to the Brecon Beacons in the South.   
The house itself lies in an elevated position close to the traditional and modern farmstead and around the house is a lawned and bordered area with good parking facilities and steps which lead up to the farmhouse.
The farmhouse is surrounded by a stoned patio area making for easy maintenance the ability for outside entertainment and dining.
The farmhouse itself sits well and has an attractive balance façade with central oak porchway with windows to front views under a slated roof with a side return/extension, providing comfortable family accommodation and is in an excellent condition and tastefully decorated throughout.

On the Ground Floor:
From the side entrance doorway leads to
Entrance Hall/Boot Room and cloaks area with massive slate slabbed floor.
WC & Shower Room comprising washbasin, slate slabbed floor.
Kitchen comprising oak fitted base and wall units, technological quartz worktop surfaces, fragranite sink, induction hob, built-in eyelevel cookers, attractive eggshell tiles, pantry storage, steps leading up to
Dining Room with oak boarded floor.
Utility Room with base units, plumbing for washing machine and dryer.
Snug/Sitting Room with front view to extensive views, large sitting room with solid oak front entrance door, inglenook beam with solid fuel burner, slate hearth and stone arch feature, exposed roof beams, staircase to first floor.

On the First Floor:
Leading from the Sitting Room pine staircase with painted banisters to Landing Area.
Front Double Bedroom with exposed roof timbers, window to front extensive views over the surrounding countryside, cast iron Victorian fireplace, eaves storage/wardrobe.
Front Single Bedroom/Office with window to front view.
Large Double Bedroom with windows to front view, exposed timbers and stone feature, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder.
Landing with storage, short staircase to
Large Rear Double Bedroom with Dressing Area, windows to side and rear.
Family Bathroom comprising panelled bath, WC in concealed cystern unit, sweeping washbasin with storage, shower with Aqualisa electric shower.

Located to the side and adjoining the garden grounds are a traditional stone built range of farm buildings under slated and cement fibre sheeted roof, formerly used as Wain house and Cart store and traditional cow houses, now used for general storage with formerly stabling and a small rear Lean-to Storage Rooms and former Cart House with part timber lap boarding.
Further Traditional Stone Built Barn under slated roof, formerly a cow house with side block extension under a steel sheeted roof lies adjacent to the main farm buildings.
N.B. The traditional range of farm buildings may have potential for alternative use including holiday let accommodation, subject to the necessary planning consents which will allow purchasers to diversify their income or else create additional accommodation, subject to necessary consents.
Modern Range of Farm Buildings:
These comprise of an extremely useful range of modern farm buildings each suitable for the housing of sheep and cattle in season or else again subject to necessary consents for conversion for storage or other uses.   They comprise of:
9-Bay Clear Span Steel Portal Frame Sheep House under cement fibre sheeted roof with central concrete feeding passageway and penage with aerated side sheeted walls and mass concrete base wall, end easy access doorways.
Adjacent 7-Bay Steel Portal Frame Former Silage Storage Building with a cement fibre sheeted roof and mass concrete walls and concreted floor, used for general purpose storage with
Lean-To Building Being 7-Bay Steel Portal Framed Building under cement fire sheeted roof with concrete floor, feeding barriers used formerly for the housing of cattle.
Around the range of buildings is concrete handling areas and a timber railed sheep handling area with adjacent mass concrete walled farm manure store compound.
In all the modern range of farm buildings comprises of a very useful range suitable for the handling and housing of livestock with added potential for alternative uses.

The farm land is all laid out to permanent pasture with some amenity areas of environmental interest. The enclosures are single and double fenced and lie convenient to the farmstead, they are gently sloping and of convenient size and shape to provide sound livestock grazing or are capable for conservation of fodder crops and well-watered.
The farmland is easily accessed with a Council maintained and hardcore track running through the land providing good access to the enclosures furthest from the farmstead. This track continues to assist in access to the common land which is finally accessed via pastureland through a hill gate into the common land adjacent.

On the common known as Llysdinam Hill, there are grazing rights Entry Number 15 for 200 sheep, 1 pony or best equals 6 sheep.

The entitlements in the ownership of the vendor, in so far as they are available, will be transferred with the land. In 2021 there were 33.46 entitlements giving a total payment of £7,771. A 2022 claim has been made and will be transferred to the purchaser on completion.

For Sale by Informal Tender with offers in writing being submitted by 12 NOON on Thursday 30th June 2022 to Mr Tony Evans, Morris Marshall & Poole, 10 Broad Street, Newtown, Powys, SY16 2LZ

To the rear of the garden grounds is a walled patio area located to give good privacy. Located to the side of the garden grounds is an attractive broadleaf woodland providing privacy and amenity to the farmhouse
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