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Pencelli, Brecon, Powys.

£1,500,000

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Set in a secluded position at the end of a country road, Blaennant Farm was built around the end of the 18th century and later restored and extended by David Morgan, founder of Cardiff's first department store. Extending to approximately 188.8 acres/76.47 hectares and occupying a prominent position in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons and above the canalside village of Pencelli, the farm offers a rare opportunity to purchase a commercial size holding in the beautiful Usk Valley.
The handsome Grade II-listed farmhouse is set over two floors and comprises unmodernised accommodation including three reception rooms, farmhouse kitchen, five bedrooms and bathroom. Adjacent to the farmhouse is an impressive horseshoe courtyard of traditional stone buildings, built to an exceptional standard in 1893 as part of David Morgan's alterations. They include a haybarn, byre, cart shed and granary, all of which are Grade II-listed. The buildings could offer an opportunity for conversion to alternative uses, subject to obtaining the necessary permissions. In addition to the traditional stone buildings, there are two modern portal frame buildings and a block and beam open sheep shed.

  • Traditional Farm Overlooking the Usk Valley
  • Extending to 188 acres /76.47 hectares
  • Detached Grade II Listed 5 Bedroom Farmhouse
  • Impressive Range of Grade II Listed Stone Buildings
  • Plus Portal Frame Agricultural Buildings
  • Cattle & Sheep Handling Facilities
  • Grazing Rights on Adjoining Hill
  • Views over the Usk Valley Towards the Black Mountains

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Set in a secluded position at the end of a country road, Blaennant Farm was built around the end of the 18th century and later restored and extended by David Morgan, founder of Cardiff's first department store. Extending to approximately 188.8 acres/76.47 hectares and occupying a prominent position in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons and above the canalside village of Pencelli, the farm offers a rare opportunity to purchase a commercial size holding in the beautiful Usk Valley.
The handsome Grade II-listed farmhouse is set over two floors and comprises unmodernised accommodation including three reception rooms, farmhouse kitchen, five bedrooms and bathroom. Adjacent to the farmhouse is an impressive horseshoe courtyard of traditional stone buildings, built to an exceptional standard in 1893 as part of David Morgan's alterations. They include a haybarn, byre, cart shed and granary, all of which are Grade II-listed. The buildings could offer an opportunity for conversion to alternative uses, subject to obtaining the necessary permissions. In addition to the traditional stone buildings, there are two modern portal frame buildings and a block and beam open sheep shed.

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