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Crai, Brecon, Powys, LD3
Guide price £1,250,000 | 1 bedroom | 171.31 acres

Situated in stunning Breconshire countryside, a most attractive 171.31 acre livestock farm with a charming Grade II Listed one bedroom detached cottage and a modern agricultural building, situated just outside the village of Crai.

Location
Tan Y Fedw Farm is situated in a rural location nestled amongst a cluster of dwellings, approximately 1.5 miles from the village of Crai. Situated within the Brecon Beacons National Park, which is renowned for its outstanding beauty, with an abundance of country walks, bird population and other wildlife and a short distance from the Crai reservoir - an iconic structure in the heart of the Brecon Beacons. The market village of Sennybridge (4 miles) offers a great range of local facilities to include a village shop with petrol station and public houses, whilst the market town of Brecon (13 miles) offers a great choice of both shopping and leisure amenities.

Description
Tan Y Fedw extends to approximately 171.31 acres of permanent pasture, together with a 1-bedroom Grade II Listed detached stone house. The dwelling is subject to a S106 agricultural occupancy restriction and comprises one bedroom, an en-suite bathroom, kitchen/dining area and an open space sitting room to the first floor. The dwelling provides cosy, comfortable accommodation and could be suitable for alternative uses subject to the necessary planning consents.The land which is predominantly of a South Easterly aspect, is contained within a ring-fenced block and has the benefit of a timber frame outbuilding with steel trusses upon concrete pillars, which is situated centrally amongst the land. The Afon Crai defines the Eastern boundary and provides a natural water supply in part to the adjoining enclosures. The land is well suited to livestock rearing, although has the potential to lend itself to the production of fodder crops.

Walk Outside
To the side of the dwelling, the property benefits from a timber frame open fronted car port/storage shed. The property benefits from parking to the front.

Walk Inside
An attractive Grade II Listed stone cottage accessed through double doors into an open plan kitchen/dining space, providing fitted wall and floor units, to include cupboard and drawer space and a Belfast sink. From the kitchen a door leads to the bedroom, with double doors to the front and en-suite shower room comprising, a low flush W.C., wall mounted sink unit and a wet room space. From the kitchen to the right is an open newel carpeted staircase leading to the first floor. The first floor comprises of an open plan space, currently used as an office/sitting room with part restricted headroom. The room provides access to the side steps via a set of narrow double doors.

The Land
Extending to approximately 171.31 acres of pasture land, contained within a ring-fenced block. Divided into manageable parcels with well-defined boundaries, the land comprises a mixture of stock proof fencing and mature hedgerows. It is considered that the land is most suitable for livestock purposes, with the potential for some fodder crop production. The land lies approximately 230m to 330m above sea level and is categorised as Milford, being well drained fine loamy reddish soils over rock.

Outbuilding
30.80m x 9.55m (101'1" x 31'4")
Comprising a timber frame outbuilding with steel trusses upon concrete pillars under a corrugated sheet roof, with a hardcore flooring and a lean to either end of the building. The building has the benefit of a water supply and is therefore suitable for livestock housing or as a covered livestock handling facility. To the West of the building lies a small enclosure, which lends itself to a livestock handling facility.

Hill Grazing Rights
We have been informed that the property benefits from hill grazing rights. Please contact the selling agents for further information.

Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way
The property is sold subject to, and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements, quasi easements and rights of way, both declared and undeclared.We have been informed that there are public rights of way crossing the farm.It must be noted that a new water main was installed directly through the middle of the holding in 2018/2019. An easement has therefore been retained by Welsh Water across the land in part.

Planning
The property is subject to a Section 106 agricultural occupancy restriction. Please contact the Selling Agents for further information relating to this.

Plans, Areas and Schedules
It must be noted that all plans, areas and schedules are based on Ordnance Survey and are for reference and identification purposes only. Any error or misstatement shall not annual a sale nor entitle any part to compensation in respect thereof.

Services
We are informed that the property benefits from oil fired central heating, is connected to mains electricity and benefits from a private borehole water supply. The property also benefits from superfast broadband connection.

Local Authority
Brecon Beacons National Park, Plas Y Fynnon, Cambrian Way, Brecon, LD3 7HP

Directions
From Brecon, head West on the A40 trunk road towards Sennybridge. Before the village of Sennybridge is reached, take the left hand turning onto the A4067 towards Crai. After approximately 4 miles, take the right hand turning for Crai. Follow the council-maintained road to the right and continue for approximately 1 mile, then take the left hand turning signposted 'Tan Y Fedw'. The property will be found at the end of this shared driveway.

Viewing Arrangements
Strictly by appointment only through the selling Agents. Please contact Simon Edwards or Ellie Torrance at the Brecon office on 01874 610990.

Basic Payment Scheme
The land is registered with Rural Payments Wales (RPW) and the vendor will claim the 2022 Basic Payment. The purchaser is required to indemnify the vendor for any Cross Compliance or Basic Payment Scheme rules for the remainder of the scheme year. The land is also entered into a Glastir Advanced contract, which the vendor will also need to be indemnified for. The entitlements may be available to purchase by separate negotiation.

Sporting, Timber and Mineral Rights
The sporting, timber and mineral rights are included within the freehold sale of the property.

 

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