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Aberhafesp, Newtown, Powys, SY16
Offers in the region of £2,750,000 | 31.0 acres

Unique Welsh Stays offers a one-of-a-kind chance to acquire your ideal lifestyle in the picturesque landscapes of Mid Wales. Spanning over 31 acres, this exceptional complex operates as a successful holiday letting business. However, its versatility allows for a myriad of potential uses, catering to a diverse range of prospective buyers.

Overview
This incredible complex comprises of: Bryn-Y-Welon - A 4/5 bedroom residential property packed with character and original features. Bedwgwilym Farmhouse - A traditional 3 bedroom stone farmhouse built in around 1739. Bedw Barn - A luxury 7 bedroom holiday cottage complete with Swimming Pool and Cinema Room. The Cwtch, Oakview & The Hideway - Three detached luxury one bedroom holiday cottages complete with hot tubs situated in secluded spots around the complex. A Beauty Salon - A large building comprising of multiple rooms currently run by the vendors as a Beauty Spa and Therapy Salon serving holiday guests and the local community. Six Steel framed buildings and spacious yards. 31 acre site in total including approximately 20 acres of grazing paddocks. For the past 18 years, the current owners have cultivated a profitable venture, integrating renewable energy resources to reduce costs and enhance environmental sustainability. Now, this well-established business is ripe for a new owner to step in and continue its success story.

Bryn-Y-Welon
Situated at the entrance to the complex, Bryn-y-Welon presents an impressive 4/5 bedroom residential property, serving as the current owners' residence. This home seamlessly blends original character and charm with modern conveniences. Upon entering the welcoming hallway, the Drawing Room immediately catches the eye, featuring an imposing exposed brick wall with an inset log burner, a magnificent focal point. The patio doors open onto the lawned gardens, creating an inviting space for cozy winter nights by the fire and warm summer days on the lawn. The centrepiece of Bryn-y-Welon is the open-plan kitchen sitting room, showcasing a modern farmhouse-style kitchen with several integrated units and a beautiful inset Belfast sink. The L-shaped kitchen doubles as a breakfast bar, housing the induction hob, while the open-plan layout effortlessly flows into the contemporary sitting area with garden views. The generously proportioned Dining Room offers ample space for a large dining table and chairs, perfect for entertaining. A versatile office, which could serve as a 5th Bedroom if needed, along with the Laundry Room and WC off the kitchen, complete the ground floor. Upstairs, four bedrooms await, with the spacious master bedroom boasting superb views of the rolling landscape and an ensuite bathroom. The second bedroom accommodates a double bed, while the remaining two bedrooms are singles. A luxurious family shower room adds to the allure of this splendid property. Outside, the property is surrounded by expansive lawns and mature trees, with a private patio seating area on the side, ideal for enjoying a barbecue or a glass of wine. The tarmacadam driveway provides parking for several vehicles, supplemented by additional parking on a gravelled area to the side. Mature trees and hedging ensure a good degree of privacy from the rest of the complex.

Bedwgwilym Farmhouse
Nestled at the heart of the building complex stands the historic Bedwgwilym, a traditional 3-bedroom farmhouse steeped in history dating back to 1739. This charming stone farmhouse exudes character with its exposed internal stone walls, wooden beams, and captivating feature fireplaces, creating a beautiful contrast to the modern open-plan holiday cottages within the complex. The accommodation boasts a Living Room, Kitchen/Dining Room, and a practical Utility/Laundry Room on the ground floor, while the first floor offers three cozy bedrooms and a bathroom, ensuring a comfortable and inviting stay. Outside, the property presents enchanting lawned gardens encircling the farmhouse, adorned with trees and hedges that provide a sense of seclusion from the rest of the complex.

Bedw Barn
Nestled within this exquisite complex lies the crown jewel, Bedw Barn. This remarkable property showcases sumptuous living spaces totalling nearly 3500 square feet. With 7 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, it effortlessly accommodates up to 14 guests, making it an ideal retreat for large families and groups. A standout feature is the first-floor open-plan Kitchen Living area, designed for convivial gatherings. The vaulted ceiling, adorned with charming beams, sets a picturesque backdrop, complemented by a snug log burner. For leisurely pursuits, the property boasts a central swimming pool and a ground floor sauna, tempting guests with relaxation. A private hot tub room, just a short stroll away, offers a tranquil sanctuary. Adding to the indulgence, the ground floor Cinema Room provides a lavish entertainment experience. Outside, a south-facing patio beckons with its outdoor seating, inviting guests to savor summer evenings with a glass of wine while soaking in the picturesque views of the surrounding countryside.

The Cwtch
Tucked away behind the picturesque pond sits the Cwtch. Constructed in 2014, this cozy haven has been meticulously crafted, featuring a contemporary open-plan kitchen living area. Large patio doors flood the space with natural light, offering stunning countryside vistas. The expansive master bedroom boasts a luxurious ensuite shower room, complete with an elegant rolltop bath, epitomizing the relaxation awaiting guests in this tranquil retreat.

Oakview
The second among the trio of holiday cottages is Oakview, nestled in a secluded enclave encircled by woodland and verdant fields. This Welsh Oak-framed cottage, finished to impeccable standards, presents a modern open-plan kitchen living area. Adorned with imposing oak beams and expansive window walls, it provides panoramic views of the surrounding splendor from every angle. The bedroom continues the theme of luxury, featuring a lavish rolltop bath positioned against a glass window wall, inviting guests to soak in the scenery while unwinding. Completing the Oakview experience is the ensuite shower room.

The Hideaway
The last of the oak-framed cottages, The Hideaway, mirrors Oakview in terms of its layout. Positioned farther along the private track from Oakview, this cottage features a front patio area adorned with a hot tub, offering a serene sanctuary for relaxation and rejuvenation

Beauty Salon
Located close to Bedw Barn, Out of Town Beauty is a well known and respected Beauty Spa and Therapy Salon business run by the vendors. This business is run to provide beauty and spa therapy services to guests at the holiday complex and also attracts clients from a larger area. There may be an opportunity for purchasers to let the building to the beauty business to continue to serve the holiday guests at the site, and to create income for the purchasers. The accommodation here comprises of a Large Reception Room, Two Treatment Rooms a Tanning Room, Kitchen and WC, Nail Room and an Office.

The Land and Outbuildings
Situated in approximately 31 acres of grounds including a spacious yard and a selection of outbuildings.

The Land
Surrounding the central holiday complex are several fields designated for livestock grazing, offering both a pastoral ambiance and privacy to each individual cottage on the premises. Interspersed among these fields is woodland, enhancing the site's appeal and seclusion. There's potential to enhance revenue streams by repurposing some of the pastureland for additional leisure activities. In the past, the site has hosted weddings, utilizing a designated area for marquees. Furthermore, there's an existing permission for the construction of two additional cottages on the premises, expanding the business's capacity. The former farm buildings have been repurposed for various uses, primarily connected to the Renewable Heat Incentive boiler system. They're also utilized for storage purposes, housing woodchip and other goods required for the various businesses operating on-site.

Buildings
In total they comprise around 18,465 sq ft (1,715 m2) of accommodation and could easily be utilised for further storage or business uses, or additional lettings to provide income, subject to necessary approvals. Included are: Steel portal frame buildings, under cement fibre sheeted roof partly used for garaging adjacent the Bedwgwilym farmhouse and further buildings formerly used for cattle now used for general goods storage. Adjacent steel portal frame building with concrete block walls which runs below the farmhouse containing HDG Bavaria 199kW boiler and associated water storage tanks and control system. Further 3 bay steel portal frame, open fronted building constructed of steel sheeted roof and walls used for implement storageExtensive area of parking and turning, used for log storage and fodder storage. Main range of farm buildings, formerly used for livestock accommodation, being 90' x 40' approximately, used for general storage with adjacent higher level steel portal frame general purpose building with mass concrete and concrete panel walls under cement fibre sheeted roof containing concrete wall, woodchip storage areas and woodchip drying floor with 199kW AIKA boiler.

Renewable Energy
There are two 199kW Biomass Boilers, one provides the district heating for Bedw Barn and the Beauty Salon, laundry room, Bedwgwilym farmhouse and Bryn-y-Welon.The Biomass Boiler runs on woodchip, sourced from local woods. The second Biomass boiler has a drying floor adjacent and dries woodchip for the business. Both boilers benefit from substantial Feed in Tariff payments - further details are available.The Wind Turbine provides 10kW of electricity, helping to reduce energy cost to all properties (Installed in 2014) with Feed in Tariff.Solar Photovoltaic panels which provide 10kW of electricity, to again reduce costs to all properties (Installed in 2021).

Investment Potential
This is a substantial and profitable diversified business which has been developed and run by the vendors and would make an excellent business investment for the right buyer to add to their own business, or else diversify into an on-trend business which is benefitting from staycations and the move from holidaying abroad to reduce emissions, and benefitting from its situation in glorious Welsh countryside.

Services
Mains waterSeptic tank drainage to all properties, some of which are shared facilities.Heating via district heating RHI system and some properties with independent heating.Mains electricity connected, supplemented by wind and solar systems.N.B. The services, flues and appliances have not been tested and no warranty is provided with regard to their condition.

Fixtures and Fittings
Items included in the sale of the property are described in the sales details. Specifically excluded from the sale (but available by separate negotiation) are two further RHI boilers and associated infrastructure. Further information available.

Council Tax and Business Rates
Bryn-y-Welon - Band 'G

Mineral and Sporting Rights
Are in hand.

Basic Payment Scheme
No entitlements are included in the sale of the property.

Easements, Wayleaves & Rights of Way
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of any rights over.

Boundary Responsibilities
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.

Tenure
Vacant possession upon completion.

Viewing
By prior arrangement with the selling agent.

Method of Sale
Private Treaty.

Negotiations
All interested parties are respectfully requested to negotiate directly with the Selling Agents.

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 26th June 2017). Appropriate examples: Passport or Photographic Driving Licence and a recent Utility Bill.

Location
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