4 Bedroom Farm for sale in Llanwnog, Caersws, Powys, SY17
- Llwyngwyn is an attractive stock rearing & finishing far
- Set on the edge of the Severn Valley with magnificent views south over the valley & surrounding hills
- Extensive range of farm buildings
- Suitable for the housing of livestock, implements, machinery & fodder
- In total the land extends to 195.34 acres (79.05 ha)
- For Sale By Informal Tender
- OFFERS TO BE RECEIVED BY 12 NOON ON THURSDAY 5TH AUGUST 2021.
Llwyngwyn is an attractive stock rearing & finishing farm set on the edge of the Severn Valley with magnificent views south over the valley & surrounding hills. In total the land extends to 195.34 acres (79.05 ha). Extensive range of farm buildings suitable for the housing of livestock, implements, machinery & fodder. For Sale By Informal Tender. OFFERS TO BE RECEIVED BY 12 NOON ON THURSDAY 5TH AUGUST 2021. Agr
Llwyngwyn is a very attractive stock rearing and finishing farm set on the edge of the Severn Valley with magnificent views south over the valley and surrounding hills.
It is a very well balanced farm with a good southern block of pastureland used for grazing and conservation with the farmhouse and farm buildings set centrally within that area and more extensive areas of grazing land which runs to the north west from the farmstead.
In total the farm is well balanced and productive property with extensive range of farm buildings suitable for the housing of livestock, implements, machinery and fodder.
The sale provides potential purchasers the opportunity to buy a commercial sized farm in a convenient location which is located 2 miles from the A489 and around 4 miles west of Newtown.
The property is being offered as a whole as this really is a walk-in and start farming property with a well maintained and good sized farmhouse, substantial range of buildings suitable for purpose and a large area of pastureland which could be stocked immediately to provide income for the purchasers.
For Sale By Informal Tender and offers to be received By 12 Noon On Thursday 5th August 2021 with an intended completion date of Friday 1st October 2021 Quoting Reference: TEE/Llwyngwyn
Is located surrounded within its own farmland with extensive views over the surrounding countryside to the south, east and west. There are excellent views over the River Severn towards Caersws and views towards the Kerry Hills in the south.
The position of the farmstead gives great privacy to the property and it is served by private driveway directly from the minor council maintained road which lies a short distance from the village of Llanwnog.
Is situated on the southern edge of the farmstead and is a comfortable stone built property under a slated roof with double glazed windows throughout and is excellent repair and decorative condition. The 4 Bedroom farmhouse has been extensively improved and refurbished around 2000 together with roof and loft insulation.
There is a substantial range of stock rearing building which are well maintained and lie conveniently close to the farmhouse. To the rear of the farmhouse is a more traditional stone and slated range of building which are currently used for storage but may be of use for alternative purposes, subject to the necessary permission and in addition to this there is a range of livestock housing, fodder storage and implement storage buildings as detailed below:-
The land is very well managed and suitable for intensive grazing with livestock, fodder conservation or fodder-arable use.
The boundaries are well maintained and the property has been farmed to achieve productive crops.
Around the farmstead is a substantial number of well shaped enclosures allowing the owners to take fodder and graze and these enclosures are close to the farmstead and productive. The land which runs more westwardly from the farmstead is more upland in nature and allows the farm to move livestock from around the farmstead during fodder conservation times and intensively graze the uplands in that period.
The land is easily accessed as the council maintained road runs in the north westerly direction to the south of the farmland giving easy access to the majority of the field enclosures along that area. There are two hardcore track roads which run from the farmstead to enable easy access to other areas of the farm.
In total the land extends to 195.34 acres (79.05 ha)
Altogether the farm is well fenced and well managed and is substantial stock rearing unit to farm to make profit.
Very recently Llwyngwyn farm has been let for grazing purposes however, the farm could easily be occupied and farmed as a full time holding to achieve a profitable farming business from the centre. Alternatively the owners may wish to purchase the property and use the extensive range of buildings for alternative purposes, subject to necessary permissions, and to let the land and claim basic payments scheme if eligible.
This could allow purchasers to live in a private rural location with amazing views over the locality and create a substantial income and enjoy the property.
Mains water to the house. Well water supply to farm buildings. Mains electricity connection. Septic tank drainage. Oil central heating (new boiler 2018). 4 KW roof mounted solar system. Fibre Broadband available on the yard (not connected).
Farmhouse Band 'F' (online enquiry).
FARMHOUSE EPC RATING: F (21)
freehold with vacant possession on completion which will be set for 1st October 2021.
VIEWING: By appointment with the Agents.
Llwyngwyn Farm is easily found from the use of the postcode SY17 5NZ which viewers will follow to go north from Llanwnog. Just before approaching the postcode the farm is found on the right hand side as indicated by the Agents Farm For Sale signs where the property is accessed over the private drive.
RIGHTS OF WAY, WAYLEAVES & EASEMENTS:
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of any existing rights of way, drainage, water and other rights, easements and wayleaves whether by written agreement or otherwise.
The ownership and responsibilities for the boundaries are not shown. Prospective purchasers must satisfy for themselves the ownership of boundaries and take to the position as currently enjoyed.
MINES & MINERAL RIGHTS:
We understand the mines and mineral rights are excepted on the majority of the properties.
The owners may wish to purchase the property and use the extensive range of buildings for alternative purposes, subject to necessary permissions, and to let the land and claim basic payments scheme if eligible. The alternative uses may include alternative energy production subject to grid connection.
There are also extensive areas of buildings which may be suitable for storage or alternative uses.
We understand the sporting rights are in hand and will be transferred with the sale of the Land.
MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS:
On putting forward an offer to purchase you will be required to produce adequate identification to prove your identity within the terms of the Money Laundering Regulations (MLR 2017 came into force 26.06.2017) E.G: Passport or Photographic Driving Licence and a recent Utility Bill (valid within the last 3 months).
AGRICULTURAL MORTGAGE CORPORATION (AMC): Morris Marshall & Poole are AMC Agents throughout Mid Wales and the Shropshire Borders. AMC have lent to rural business since 1928 and can now offer loans on smallholdings which create an income to the owner be it letting of grazing or buildings or for a small agricultural or equestrian business. Their loans are competitive and un-callable and may offer tax advantages over a residential mortgage. AMC are also able to lend against the value of land and buildings. For a free initial discussion please contact any office.