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Llanwrtyd Wells, Powys.
£850,000 | 4 bedrooms

Property features

• 76 Acre Livestock Farm
• Traditional 4 Bedroom 2 Reception Room Farmhouse
• Range Of Functional Outbuildings
• Pleasant South-Eastern Aspect With Fine Views
• Placed On The Market Due To Impending Retirement

Penhenwern Fach is a 76 acre livestock farm lying within 1 mile of the town of Llanwrtyd Wells. The land lies either side of the A483 trunk road with easy access off the road up a driveway to the homestead. The farm has been in the same family ownership since 1935 and is being placed on the market due to impending retirement.
The Victorian farmhouse was extended around 1922 to the side and in the summer of 2023 the house was subject to extensive energy efficiency improvement works including the installation of an air source heat pump and solar panels. Full details of which can be obtained from the vendor at the time of viewing. The house comprises a traditional 4 bedroom farmhouse together with 2 reception rooms, study, kitchen, pantry, ground floor separate wc and first floor bathroom. The interior of the property is in need of upgrading works. Directly opposite the farmhouse is a traditional stone range which has been extended with a variety of workshops, lambing sheds, etc.
The town of Llanwrtyd Wells lies within a mile with a range of local shopping facilities. The market towns of Llandovery and Builth Wells, with a more comprehensive range of facilities, lie within 15 miles.
The farmhouse accommodation comprises as follows:
Ground Floor
Entrance Porch
Kitchen (9' 0" x 8' 03" or 2.74m x 2.51m)
With oil Rayburn for cooking only. Radiator. Beamed ceiling. Understairs cupboard. Staircase to first floor.
Pantry (8' 09" x 6' 04" or 2.67m x 1.93m)
With stainless steel sink. Slate shelving.
Separate Toilet
With wc.
Living Room (12' 09" x 11' 09" or 3.89m x 3.58m)
With tiled fireplace. Radiator. Beamed ceiling.
Study (8' 03" x 7' 09" or 2.51m x 2.36m)
With radiator. Fireplace.
Side Hallway
Living Room (15' 07" x 10' 00" or 4.75m x 3.05m)
With quarry tiled floor. Fireplace. 2 radiators. Understairs cupboard. Dual aspect windows.
First Floor
Bedroom 1 (15' 08" x 10' 01" or 4.78m x 3.07m)
Increasing to 13' 08 With 2 radiators. Separate stair access. Solar panel inverter.
Bedroom 2 (13' 08" x 9' 11" or 4.17m x 3.02m)
With radiator.
Bedroom 3 (10' 03" x 9' 09" or 3.12m x 2.97m)
With restricted headroom. Radiator. Airing cupboard with hot water tank.
Bedroom 4 (8' 10" x 8' 02" or 2.69m x 2.49m)
With access hatch to roof space. Radiator.
(Triangular in shape) with maximum measurements of 5' 06 x 8' 07 including bath, wc and wash hand basin.
Air storage heat pump. Lean-to corrugated shed. Opposite the farmhouse is a traditional stone outbuilding range having a corrugated roof which includes the former cowshed and stable together with later lean-to workshop having electric light and power points. To the rear of this is a range of lean-to sheds of mainly corrugated construction being used for lambing. Separate storage container. Corrugated store shed. Diesel tank store. Detached tractor shed of timber pole construction with profile sheet side and roofing measuring approximately 39ft x 12ft.
Extending in all to approximately 76 acres. As can be seen from the enclosed plan the farm is split into 2 lying either side of the A483 trunk road. The land is mostly in permanent pasture with small woodland areas and a pond adjacent to the homestead.
With mains electricity, private water and private drainage. An energy efficient system was installed in the summer of 2023 comprising an air source heat pump together with solar panels. This also included insulation work to some interior walls in the house. Details of the system can be obtained from the vendor.
Strictly by appointment please through the selling agents Messrs Clee Tompkinson & Francis through whom all negotiations should be conducted. Please contact our Llandovery Office (01550) 720440.
Local Authorities
Powys County Council, County Hall, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5LG. Tel: (01597) 827460.
We understand the property is freehold with vacant possession.
Council Tax
Band E.
Health & Safety
Given the potential hazards of a farm, we ask you to be as vigilant as possible for your own safety during the viewing, particularly around the buildings, machinery and livestock.
Plans, Areas & Schedules
A copy of the plan is attached for information purposes only. The purchasers shall be deemed to have satisfied themselves as to the description of the property. Any error or mis-statement shall not annul a sale or entitle any party to compensation in resepct thereof.
Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way
There is public right of way through Field No: SN8847-6571 on the western boundary of the farm.
The property is being sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights including rights of way (public or private), light, support, drainage, water & electricity supplies and other rights and obligations, easements and quasi-easements and restricted covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cable drains, water and gas and other pipes whether referred to in these details or not.
Fixtures, Fittings & Machinery
Unless specifically described in these particulars, all fixtures, fittings & machinery are excluded from the sale though may be available by separate negotiation. Further information available from the selling agent.
Broadband and Mobile phone
Standard broadband is available in the vicinity and the mobile phone signal in the area is deemed to be good.
From Llandovery take the A483 trunk road. After 12 miles pass through the town of Llanwrtyd Wells. After half a mile pass the former Cambrian Woollen Mill on the lefthand side, continue up the hill for a few hundred yards and the entrance to the farm will be found on the lefthand side.
Council Tax Band : E

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