3 Bedroom Farm for sale in The Hollies, Wern, Pool Quay, Welshpool, SY21
- The Hollies is a Former Dairy Farm that has been more recently utilised for Sheep and Beef enterprises.
- Consists of a 3 bedroom farmhouse, which would benefit from some internal modernisation, refurbishment and redecoration.
- Stands well on the edge of a minor council road and commands views towards Rodney's Pillar.
- Energy Effiiciency Rating = 1 (G)
A Former Dairy Farm that has been more recently utilised for Sheep and Beef enterprises.
Consists of a 3 bedroom farmhouse, which would benefit from some internal modernisation, refurbishment and redecoration.
Morris Marshall & Poole with Norman Lloyd have been favoured with the instructions of The Executors to the late Mrs R Corfield to sell by private treaty The Hollies. It is located in a beautiful part of the countryside in an area known as The Wern, Pool Quay.
The 3 bedroom farmhouse, which would benefit from some internal modernisation refurbishment and redecoration, stands well on the edge of a minor council road and commands views towards Rodney's Pillar.
The sale represents a perfect opportunity to acquire a small holding with some excellent level pasture land extending to 48.24 acres and some useful buildings that complement the holding. There is some great potential at The Hollies to utilise the farms attributes and develop the holding for such things as equestrian purposes or residential/holiday lets. Alternatively it can be purchased as a small agricultural unit or as a useful addition to an existing business.
Situated within Grid Reference SJ 2514, The Hollies, Pool Quay is situated between the A483 Welshpool to Oswestry Road and the B4392 Guilsfield to Arddleen road and can be approached via either as shown on the location plan within these particulars.
The Hollies is a former dairy farm that has been utilised for sheep and beef enterprises in more recent times. All of the farmland can be accessed off minor council roads with The Montgomeryshire Canal passing through the land.
THE HOLLIES FARMHOUSE
The Hollies Farmhouse is a well built detached brick property overlooking open countryside. Set back off the council road, the house is an imposing property surrounded by some well maintained lawns and floral borders. The majority of the windows in the house are UPVC, with a few original wooden windows still remaining.
The Farmhouse affords the following accommodation:-
Rear entrance door into the
Kitchen 19'0" x 6'7" (5.80m x 2.00m)
with stainless steel sink and drainer with cupboards below. Built in hob.
Pantry 6'11" x 5'11" (2.10m x 1.80m)
Living Room 19'0" x 11'10" (5.80m x 3.60m)
with an open fireplace with a glazed tiled hearth and fire surround. Cupboard under the stairs.
Lounge/Dining Room 12'10" x12'6" (3.90m x 3.80m)
with an open fireplace and a glazed tile hearth and fire surround.
Small Inner Hallway
with the front door and porch.
Front Room 12'10" x 11'10" (3.90m x 3.60m)
with open fireplace with glazed tiled hearth and fire surround.
From the inner hallway and stairs rises to the first floor landing with steps up to
Bedroom 1 12'10" x 12'6" (3.90m x 3.80m)
with a walk in cupboard with window.
Bedroom 2 12'10" x 11'10" (3.90m x 3.60m)
Bedroom 3 13'1" x 7'10" (4.00m x 2.40m)
Bathroom 10'2" x 9'6" (3.10m x 2.90m)
with panelled bath, pedestal sink and low flush wc. Airing cupboard with immersion heater.
To the front and sides of the property are lawned areas with floral borders, two garden sheds and a greenhouse. To the rear of the farmhouse are two brick built outbuildings, one of which is a garage and incorporates an outside w.c. and a storage room. The other building is a former cow/pig shed which is now used for storage incorporating two loose boxes and a lean-to coal store.
Mains electricity, mains water, private septic tank drainage and soakaway. There is no central heating system in the house, with the heating source coming from the open fire places and the water heated via an immersion heater.
N.B. The services, appliances and ?ues have not been tested and no warranty is provided with regard to their condition.
In addition to the two outbuildings The Hollies has the following farm buildings:
• 3 Bay galvanised iron barn set on a concrete block plinth and concrete floor, with a lean-to stick store.
• 7 Bay RSJ steel framed cubicle and cattle shed and adjoining hay barn. The building is constructed of brick with the barn being corrugated iron. The shed incorporates cattle cubicles with space for 44 cows, a central feed passage, collecting yard and former milking parlour and dairy with loft space over. No electric is connected to this shed but it does benefit from mains water.
• Redundant former chicken battery house
THE HOLLIES FARM LAND
The farm land is all located within close proximity to the farm buildings and farmstead with every parcel having roadside access. The Montgomeryshire Canal passes through the land North to South. The land extends to a total of 48.24 acres and is all laid down to permanent grass leys. The land is all level in nature and forms some most useful blocks of productive and fertile pasture land. The land is further described in the following schedule.
Field 0234 joins the B4392 along its north western boundary. The Mains Water supply also enters the property along this boundary and it is where the meter is located for the supply which services the house, buildings and land. A second metered supply with a tank is also connected but is not currently in use.