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Gwenddwr, Builth Wells, Powys, LD2
Guide price £420,000 | 3 bedrooms | 6.5 acres

Traditional farmstead comprising detached 3 bedroom farmhouse in need of improvement, 3 detached stone barns, 2 large steel frame buildings all standing in approximately 6.2 acres. Option to purchase additional land by separate negotiation. Wonderful rural setting with uninterrupted panoramic views.

Erwood offers fundamental facilities in the form of a Public house and Church Hall. The market towns of Brecon, Builth Wells and Hay on Wye, 18 miles, 10 miles and 15 miles away, offer all facilities expected including shops and businesses, arts centre, primary and secondary schools, leisure centre, boutique shops, golf course. The Royal Welsh Showground which holds numerous events throughout the year is located in the town of Builth Wells. The whole of Mid Wales is noted for its areas of outstanding natural beauty, wild flora and fauna, renowned amongst the walking, riding and fishing fraternity.
 
Utility Room
3.5m x 2.4m (11'5" x 7'11")

with and wall units, plumbing for washing machine, belfast sink and UPVC entrance door.

Bathroom
2.4m x 1.7m (7'10" x 5'6")

panel bath with electric Triton shower over, W.C., wash basin, radiator, electric heater and window to side.

Kitchen
4.7m x 3.7m (15'5" x 12')

with exposed beams, solid fuel range cooker, fitted wall and floor units, tiled splash backs, window to front with views of the farmland beyond.

Pantry
0.7m x 0.7m (2'4" x 2'3")

with fitted shelves.

Hallway


with quarry tiles, radiator and window to rear.

Dining Room
3.3m x 2.7m (10'10" x 9')

with exposed timber floor, exposed beams, radiator and window to front.

Living Room
4.4m x 4.1m (14'5" x 13'4")

with half timber panel walls, built in cupboard in recess, stone effect open fire place with tiled hearth, exposed beams and window to front.

Front entrance hall


with quarry tile flooring, half timber panel walls and stairs to first floor.

First floor landing


with timber banister and timber clad walls with exposed beams.

Bedroom 1
4.6m x 3.1m (15' x 10'2")

with windows to front and rear, feature fire surround, exposed beams, radiator and storage cupboard.

Bedroom 2
3.3m x 2.9m (10'11" x 9'4")

with timber panelling to one wall, exposed beams, radiator and window to front.

Bedroom 3
4.6m x 3.6m (15'1" x 11'11")

with exposed beams, cast iron feature fireplace, radiator and window to front with views of farmland beyond. Airing Cupboard with immersion tank and slatted shelves, window to side.

Outside


The property is approached over a private roadway from the council highway. The house stand adjacent to the concrete yard and traditional barns which comprise:

Former Cow Byre
15.0m x 5.0m (49'3" x 16'5")

Stone walls, part corrugated galvanised iron and slate roof, concrete and cobbled floor, exposed timbers, power and lighting.

Former Stable
5.8m x 4.6m (19'0" x 15'1")

stone walls and slate roof, cobble floor with hay loft over.

Former Hay Barn
14.0m x 5.3m (45'11" x 17'5")

with stone walls with timber and zinc cladding, exposed timbers, earth and flagstone floor, large full height timber doors.

Rear Lean to
4.2m x 2.7m (13'9" x 8'10")

timber frame with zinc cladding.

Front Lean to
4.6m x 1.7m (15'1" x 5'7")

Stone walls and zinc roof.

Side Lean to
8.0m x 6.0m (26'3" x 19'8")

Pole framed and zinc clad.

Cattle Shed


Steel frame, part block walls with zinc and timber clad, concrete floor, central feed barrier and internal walls, water, lighting and doors to both ends.

Machinery shed
18.2m x 8.3m (59'9" x 27'3")

Steel frame with part concrete block, profile sheet and timber clad, fibre cement roof, concrete floor and lighting.

Concrete Yard
25.0m x 16.0m (82'0" x 52'6")


Land


The property benefits from a garden to the front surrounded by the yard and outbuidlings. The fields extend to 6.28 acres in the form of two enclosures to the north of the main farm stead. the land is in good heart and has gently sloping topography.Please note that all schedules have been derived from The Welsh Assembly's Basic Payment Maps.SO0542 5228 1.19ac 0.485haSO0542 4935 2.80ac 1.133haSO0542 4327 2.27ac 0.919ha

Basic Farm Payment


All of the farm is registered with Rural Payments Wales and the Basic Payment can be available through seperate negotiation. There are no other agricultural or environmental schemes affecting the property.

Timber, Woodland, Sporting and Mineral Rights


As far as we are aware these are included within the sale but are to be confirmed.

Wayleaves Easements and Rights of Way


The property is sold subject and with the benefit of all easments, quasi easements, wayleaves and rights of way both declared and undeclared.
 

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