Rare opportunity to bid for farm in beautiful Montgomeryshire

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Staff Reporter

A RARE opportunity has arisen to purchase a farm which is situated in an idyllic and beautiful part of Montgomeryshire.

The property is set in a stunning location which commands outstanding views from all aspects over the picturesque heart of Mid Wales.

The property includes a period three-bedroom traditional Welsh farmhouse with traditional stone outbuildings and modern farm buildings.

It is approached by means of a quiet country lane with no through road.

The land extends to 242.09 acres (97.98 hectares) with pastures extending from the lowland river ground of River Banwy, rising to the plateaux of the well-known local landmark of Moel Bentyrch.

Cynewill Farm also benefits from fishing rights along a stretch of River Banwy, good roadside access and stockproof fencing along the perimeter of the land.

Access to the property is along a quiet country lane, providing a peaceful setting, but with the advantage of being located less than a mile from the main A458 trunk road.

The farmhouse provides accommodation on two floors and includes a lounge, bathroom, utility area, a kitchen / diner, three bedrooms and a large landing area.

Outside is a spacious lawn with a patio and an elevated decking area.

A traditional stone building is situated adjacent to the house, which has great potential for conversion to residential use subject to obtaining the relevant planning consent.

There is also a timber-framed Dutch barn and a timber frame sheeted building, with a concrete yard area for livestock handling purposes.

The pastureland is enclosed in convenient sized paddocks, with the benefit of access off the council road and it lends itself to a number of uses, including equestrian.

The farm is available to buy as a whole or in lots.

Lot 1: Cynewill farmhouse, buildings and 12.30 acres (4.98 hectares) or thereabouts, with further land available by separate negotiation.

Lot 2: Pastureland and mature broadleaf woodland extending to 43.88 acres (17.76 hectares) or thereabouts, to include fishing rights along the banks of the River Banwy.

Lot 3: Pastureland extending to 39.56 acres (16.01 hectares) or thereabouts.

Lot 4: Pastureland extending to 146.35 acres (59.23 hectares) to include 43.09 acres (17.44 hectares) of open country land.

Viewing of the house is strictly by appointment through Roger Parry & Partners.

Contact Tudor Watkins to arrange a viewing on 01938 554499, 07710 522558 or by e-mailing tudor@rogerparry.net

Email:

it@nwn.co.uk

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