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A beautifully situated small farm in a pretty valley just a few miles from the popular Wye Valley village of Erwood. This 73 acre (or thereabouts) holding consists of a traditional 4 bedroom home, a courtyard of traditional stone barns and a compliment of more modern outbuildings. A perfect homestead for someone wishing to farm or alternatively enjoy the location whilst deriving an income from the farmland.
The sale of Abergwenddwr offers a rare opportunity to acquire a small farm located in beautiful mid wales scenery. The property comprises around 73 acres (or thereabouts) of rolling farmland, a traditional 4 bedroom house, a courtyard surrounded by traditional stone barns and a range of more modern outbuildings ideal for the keeping of livestock.
The property is situated in the community of Gwenddwr. The area is known for its stunning scenery which includes the Wye Valley with its meandering river, the Black Mountains and a little further away the Brecon Beacons Mountain range. Erwood is the closest village, some 3 miles, where there is a public house, whilst Builth Wells is the nearby market town, approximately 8 miles where there are a good range of general facilities including convenience stores, supermarket, etc. and also the home of the Royal Welsh Showground. Brecon is the regional centre where there is a leisure centre complex, theatre, cinema, supermarkets, etc. and Hay-on-Wye not too far away, the renowned book town.
A traditional stone built property in an elevated position to the west of the farmstead.the front door opens into a small hallway with stairs leading to the first floor and doors to both living rooms, one with a tiled fire surround and the larger of the two having a stone fireplace with open fire. At the rear of the house is the kitchen with fitted units, a Stanley cooking range and a large walk in pantry. Accessed via the rear kitchen door is a useful utility/ boot room with an oil fired boiler.At first floor are 4 bedrooms and a family bathroom which consists of a panel bath, WC and washbasin.
The property enjoys a good range of outbuildings, immediately alongside the house is the traditional courtyard of stone barns which includes a single storey cowshed 10.5m x 3.7; and two large Hay Barns 8.7m x 4.8 and 19m x 5.6m. Beyond the traditional courtyard are a range of general purpose buildings which includes a Pole Barn 19m x 5m with lean-to livestock shed 19m x 6m; a Cattle shed 28m x 5.9m and an implement store 8.5m x 13.5m. A short distance away at the top of the field is a modern portal frame sheep shed 17.8m x 27m.
The land extends to about 73 acres or thereabouts of mostly sloping pasture land that extends from a small river on the lower ground to open common on the upper reaches of the land.The land is mostly laid to permanent pasture and split into useful sized enclosures mostly separated by mature hedging.
Tenure and Possession
The property is offered freehold with vacant possession
Subsidies and grants
The property is registered with Rural Payments Wales. Entitlements are available by separate negotiation.
Hill Grazing Rights
The property has the benefit of hill grazing rights.
Health and Safety
Given the potential hazards of a working farm, all viewings are to be accompanied.
Rights of Way
The OS Landranger map shows a bridleway and footpath crossing over the property
Any plans or illustrations are provided for identificvation purposes only. Interested parties should satisfy themselves of all boundaries.
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