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    £2,500,000 Llanigon, Hay-On-Wye, Powys, HR3

    Ref: HAY090155

    An outstanding livestock and arable farm on the Powys/Herefordshire borders on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park providing a historic period farmhouse, extensive traditional barns and an old mill with modern farm buildings on the edge of a village and 197 acres of high quality farmland.

    • ENTRANCE HALL 21'2" x 10'2" (6.5m x 3.1m)
      with Oak staircase to first floor, door and window west, magnificent Oak screen to one side.
    • DINING ROOM 20'4" x 15'1" (6.2m x 4.6m)
      with Victorian fireplace, window west, stone flag floor.
    • DRAWING ROOM 21' x 12'4" (6.4m x 3.8m)
      with corner fireplace, windows west and south, Oak floor.
    • BATHROOM 10'8" x 8'4" (3.3m x 2.6m)
      with panelled bath, pedestal hand basin, low flush WC.
    • SITTING ROOM 21' x 11'10" (6.4m x 3.6m)
      with windows east and west, Oak screen and modern stone fireplace (old fireplace and stone steps believed behind).
    • SCULLERY 9'8" x 9'8" (3.0m x 3.0m)
      with window north and Belfast sink.
    • DAIRY 10'10" x 9'6" (3.3m x 2.9m)
      with back door east, shelving, stone flag floor.
    • FARMHOUSE KITCHEN 19'0" x 14'11" (5.8m x 4.6m)
      with Aga cooker, basic floor units with double drainer stainless steel sink unit, windows north and south, back door facing west.
    • CELLAR AREA 8'6" x 6'7" (2.6m x 2.0m)
      with outside door and corridor off to lean-to.
      via old staircase.
    • BEDROOM 1 17'5" x 12'2" (5.3m x 3.7m)
      with windows south and west.
    • BEDROOM 2/DRESSING ROOM 17'5" x 12'4" (5.3m x 3.8m)
      (opens onto Bedroom 1) with window south.
    • BEDROOM 3 12'6" x 6'7" (3.8m x 2.0m)
      with window east.
    • BOX ROOM 7'3" x 6'0" (2.2m x 1.8m)
      with window west.
    • BEDROOM 4 16'9" x 11'6" (5.1m x 3.5m)
      with Victorian fireplace, two recess cupboards, window west.
      Ty Mawr has a range of traditional and modern farm buildings, which are currently suitable for its farming purposes. These are briefly described as follows:
      with miscellaneous stone, brick and timber frame block buildings, including a small stone pigs Cott, barn and stone and corrugated iron hen house. This would seem an ideal candidate for conversion into further residential accommodation.
    • WAINSCOTT 29'6" x 16'5" (9.0m x 5.0m)
      to the side of the house with granary over.
    • FORMER MILL 28'7" x 15'9" (8.7m x 4.8m)
      three storeys high with some mill equipment still in place.
    • FORMER MILLER'S COTTAGE 16'5" x 11'10" (5.0m x 3.6m)
      two storeys with tool shed on one end, second pond to the front.
    • LEAN-TO SHEEP SHED 42'8" x 22'2" (13.0m x 6.8m)
      of insubstantial construction.
    • TIMBER BARN 32'10" x 16'9" (10.0m x 5.1m)
      and a further:
    • TIMBER BARN 42'8" x 16'9" (13.0m x 5.1m)
    • CUBICLE SHED 42'8" x 24'7" (13.0m x 7.5m)
      with cubicles for 24 cows and open pig shed to one end.
    • STEEL FRAME CATTLE SHED 229'8" x 141'1" (70.0m x 43.0m)
      with feed mangers to front.
      (with 4m x 8m back to back abreast parlour) situated within a dilapidated stone structure.
    • THREE BAY IMPLEMENT SHED 45'11" x 26'3" (14.0m x 8.0m)
      being open fronted, beyond is a:
    • CUBICLE SHED 62'4" x 42'8" (19.0m x 13.0m)
      (Boys and Boden) of timber and corrugated iron construction with 32 cubicles and central feed passage.
    • THREE BAY HAY BARN 45'11" x 16'5" (14.0m x 5.0m)
      dating from 1890 with two 14m x 6m bays on either side dated later.
    • FURTHER MODERN HAY BARN 45'11" x 29'6" (14.0m x 9.0m)
      (1970s) of steel framed construction, situated to the north of the traditional hay barn.
      Approximately 1 mile away from Ty Mawr is a small range of traditional buildings. Briefly these comprise:
    • LOW SINGLE STOREY STABLE 32'10" x 16'5" (10.0m x 5.0m)
    • STONE BARN 54'2" x 18'1" (16.5m x 5.5m)
      with small lean-to alongside. The latter are attached to a stone barn that is separately owned.
    • THE LAND
      In all the farm comprises about 197 acres of outstanding pasture and arable land with some woodland and dingle. The land is situated in a slightly scattered pattern mainly to the south of the farmstead and is well serviced by Council adopted roadways and watered by natural springs, streams or water tanks. Parts of the land could very easily be sold off in separate sections and there is significant neighbour interest in this, if the purchasers felt that a smaller acreage would suffice. The land extends from about 400 to 1,000 ft. above sea level and has a variety of aspects. There is some attractive areas of woodland and conservation areas with some rough grazing to the south east.
      (see full details)
      Mainly Milford Series red sandstone of known fertility.
      A significant part of the farmstead lies within the recognised development limits of the village of Llanigon which is in itself within the Brecon Beacons National Park Planning Authority. It is clear that there is significant potential development value here, particularly in relation to the extensive traditional farmbuildings which would seem to be ideal for conversion to a more beneficial use including, residential, holiday use, etc. It is conceivable that parts of the farm land adjacent to the farmstead could also be suitable for development in the medium to longer term future. Further enquiries to Brecon Beacons National Park Authority, Cambrian Way, Brecon. Tel: 01874 624437
      Single Farm Payment is available for sale by separate negotiation.
      The Vendors reserve the right to hold a farm dispersal on the property before completion.
      These are registered on the Black Mountains and have the following entry: (see full details)
      The farm is not registered with Tir Gofal or Tir Cynnal but Tir Mynydd is claimed