Tregoyd, Tregoyd, Brecon, Powys

Farm - land & buildings
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5460

£850,000Guide price

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MatthewNicholls

01497 822 522
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A substantial small holding extending to 42.50 acres of lush pastureland and woodland plus extensive Hill Grazing Rights. With a substantial 5 bedroom rural residence, traditional courtyard setting with a range of traditional stone barns,

Description

Cwmdaunant represents a beautiful rural residence surrounded by 42.50 acres of undulating pastureland and woodland nestled in the heart of the Brecon Beacons, offering the most beautiful and extensive panoramic views of the Welsh countryside. The residence is an imposing building comprising 3 bedrooms on the first floor with the potential for 2 further bedrooms on the second floor. This is a spacious property offering tremendous potential with the adjoining traditional stone barns. The property is approached via its own private road encompassed by its own farm land with the benefit of an adjacent stream running alongside its western border.

Cwmdaunant offers huge potential with an extensive range of hill grazing rights both on the Black Mountains and the adjoining Tregoyd Common and offers extensive equestrian and recreational possibilities particularly with the extensive range of

Cwmdaunant offers huge potential with an extensive range of hill grazing rights both on the Black Mountains and the adjoining Tregoyd Common and offers extensive equestrian and recreational possibilities particularly with the extensive range of buildings at the farmstead.

The sale of Cwmdaunant offers a unique opportunity to acquire a country residence within this locality. The farmstead has historically formed part of the Tregoyd Estate for many years and properties of this nature, within this locality are increasingly rare to the open market.

Situation

Cwmdaunant is situated approximately 1½ miles south of the village of Glasbury-on-Wye and only 4 miles from the popular and famous market town of Hay-on-Wye. Glasbury-on-Wye is a well-served small village with a post office, garage, filling station and three public houses and restaurants. The major facilities to include supermarket, range of shops, primary schools and farmers cooperative can be found in Hay-on-Wye. Secondary education can be found only a mile away with the popular Gwernyfed High School.

Accommodation

The farmhouse is in an elevated position and is central to the land that surrounds it with a traditional courtyard set to the rear of the property. The residence is of traditional stone construction and is double glazed throughout. The entrance to the property leads into a central hallway that proceeds to provide access to the main staircase and also offers access into the lounge and kitchen/diner area.

A particular feature of the property is the high ceilings and original open fireplaces. The curved staircase leads to a central landing offering access into three spacious bedrooms and a bathroom. A further staircase offers access into the attic rooms which offer ideal potential for two further bedrooms and/or a large bedroom and lounge area. Immediately adjoining the farmhouse are ancillary rooms known as the washhouse, dairy and store which would make a lovely addition to the main residence, subject to planning.

Briefly the accommodation comprises the following:
Ground Floor Accommodation:

Kitchen /Dining Room 5.99m x 4.21m (19'8" x 13'10")

 

Sitting Room 6.09m x 3.89m (20'0" x 12'9")

 

Wash House 6.07m x 3.20m (19'11" x 10'6")

 

Dairy 3.14m x 4.46m (10'4" x 14'8")

 

Store 2.51m x 3.55m (8'3" x 11'8")

 

Bedroom One 5.73m x 4.12m (18'10" x 13'6")

 

Bedroom Two 2.64m x 3.19m (8'8" x 10'6")

 

Bedroom Three 2.09m x 2.47m (6'10" x 8'1")

 

Bathroom 3.00m x 2.51m (9'10" x 8'3")

 

Attic One 4.57m x 5.27m (15'0" x 17'3")

 

Attic Two 4.60m x 4.62m (15'1" x 15'2")

 

Outbuildings

Cwmdaunant has a beautiful range of traditional stone barns that immediately surround the main residence creating a lovely central courtyard. The buildings have been well maintained and have recently been used for accommodating livestock. All have the benefit of an electricity and water supply.

The traditional barns are relatively untouched and still possess their original features to include stone flooring and exposed traditional oak beams. Their position on the farmstead makes them ideal for conversion particularly into residential/holiday units.

The modern agricultural buildings are appropriately situated on the farmstead and represent an excellent array of building to accommodate any farming or equestrian enterprise.

Briefly the buildings are as follows:
Large Traditional Stone Building (left of farm entrance) 21.23m x 5.69m with soil floor, traditional stone construction with exposed oak cruck beams
Adjoining Lean to's 2.92m x 7.09m and 2.99m x 5.48m containing oil tank.
Stone Barn Adjoining House 14.00m x 4.65m two storey including granary steps
Stone Barn (opposite house) single storey 12.50m x 5.98m with concrete floor and openings.
Partial covered passage between Large Stone Barn and Modern Portal Frame Barn 4.0m x 30.33m
Modern Frame Steel Building 30.33m x 19.79m with concrete central feed passage and soil floor (5 bays)
Dutch Barn with partial concrete sides Former Silage Building 13.63m x 5.748m
Adjoining Lean-To 13.73m x 13.497m with concrete floor and existing cubical/lambing pens ideal for stable conversion.
The property also has the benefit of a large concrete yard and turning area for ease of access. All of the main livestock buildings have the benefit of a water supply and mains electricity supply.

The Land

The farmland extends to a considerable 42.50 acres of pastureland including an area of coniferous woodland that is currently being harvested and will be replanted with a native deciduous variety. There is also a further block of 17 acres which adjoins the property and is available by separate negotiation. The land is split into conveniently sized enclosures for the ease of management control.

The field boundaries and hedges are in good order having benefited from continued investment on an annual basis. Apart from the woodland, the land is currently laid down to pasture but would easily be capable of producing an excellent yielding arable and fodder crop.

Cwmdaunant benefits from valuable clusters of native trees, woodlands and water features at various locations on the farm which provides shelter for livestock and natural habitats for wildlife. The land offers some of the most terrific and far reaching views towards the Begwyns and notably the well-known landmark feature known as the Roundabout. With its gently sloping pastures it is easily accessed and traversable with vehicles and also provides good access onto the neighbouring Tregoyd Common.

Hill Grazing Rights

Cwmdauant has a significant Hill Grazing Right on to the Black Mountains and the Tregoyd Common which also gives a benefit to cut and harvest fern.

Water

Cwmdaunant has the benefit of a natural private water supply plus a natural stream that runs along the western border of the property. There is also a mains water supply available.

Timber, Woodland, Sporting and Mineral Rights

The topography of Cwmdaunant lends itself to an excellent drive for shooting. The shooting rights, will be sold with the property, however are currently let out to form part of a much larger shoot. The rights are currently let for a further 5 years. As far as we are aware all other Timber, Sporting and Mineral Rights are included in the sale.

Services

The property has a mains electricity, mains water and telephone connection and a private drainage system. The heating and hot water is provided via an oil central boiler system.

Basic Farm Payment

All of the farm is registered with Rural Payments Wales and the land would be available for the new vendor to claim Basic Payment from 2019 onwards.

Council Tax

Powys County Council Band "E".

Tenure

Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

Directions

Directions to Cwmdaunant will be provided when a viewing is arranged.

Viewing and Contact Details

All viewings strictly by appointment and must be arranged through the sole selling agents Sunderlands.
Contact Tel: 01497 822 522
Office opening hours:
Mon-Fri:9.00-5.00pm
Saturday:9.00-1.00pm
Out of hours:
Matthew Nicholls: 07811 521 267
Harry Aldrich-Blake: 07717 410 757

Health and Safety Notice

Please be aware that this is a fully working and active farm. We advise all viewers to take extra care when making an inspection of the farm. Viewing is undertaken solely at your own risk and neither the agents or the owners of the farm take any responsibility for any injury however caused.

None of these statements contained in these particulars are to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. These particulars are not an offer or contract or part of one. Floor plans are provided for guidance as to the layout of the property only. Room sizes and measurements are approximate only. Please note we have not tested the equipment, appliances and services in the property and interested parties are advised to commission appropriate investigation before formulating their offer.

Sunderlands are a member of the ‘Ombudsman for Estate Agents Scheme’ and therefore adhere to their Code of Practise. A copy of the Code of Practise is available on request.

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