Meifod, Powys

£2,650,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
TENDERS CLOSE FRIDAY 4th SEPTEMBER 2020 AT 5PM Agents McCartneys LLP, 8 Broad Street, Welshpool SY21 7RZ

Tel: 01938 531000 tom@mccartneys.co.uk 07855834282 (Ref. TC)

also at Ludlow 01584 872251 (Ref. JU)

www.mccartneys.co.uk

Solicitor Woolliscrofts, 51 High Street, Stone, Stafford ST15 6AF

Tel: 01782 406869 (Ref. CC)

CONDITIONS OF TENDER 1. All tenders must be received at the agents' offices at 8 Broad Street, Welshpool SY21 7RZ by 5.00pm on Friday 4th September 2020.

2. The vendor is not obliged to accept the highest tender or indeed any of the tenders.

3. A contract must be signed by Friday 2nd October 2020.

4. In the event of a number of tenders being in a close proximity the vendor reserves the right to hold a private auction with invitations for bidders only.

5. If potential purchasers wish to tender only for part of the property then such tenders will be considered. If this is the case please indicate on the tender form.

6. The vendor will have had local searches carried out prior to tenders being received. In the event of offers being accepted the purchaser will be required to reimburse their costs. (Cost £150-£200 plus VAT)

GENERAL REMARKS AND STIPULATIONS SITUATION

The property is situated by the side of the A495 close to the settlement of Meifod. It may be approached via the A458 from Welshpool. The situation of the property is shown on the plan attached.

Growing Timber All timber is included in the sale.

Sporting Rights All sporting rights are in hand and will be sold with the land to include fishing on the River Vyrnwy.

BASIC PAYMENT ENTITLEMENTS The land is registered for the Basic Payment. Entitlements will be available by separate agreement to the respective purchasers if they so wish.

MISREPRESENTATION ACT McCartneys for themselves and the vendors of the property, whose Agents they are, give notice that these particulars, although believed correct, do not constitute any part of any offer or contract, and that all the statements contained therein as to the property are made without responsibility and are not to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact, and that they do not give any representation or warranty in relation to this property. The intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in the particulars.

PLANS, AREAS AND SCHEDULES These are based on the Ordnance Survey and are for reference only. The purchaser shall be deemed to have satisfied himself as to the description of the property, and any error or misstatement shall not annul the sale or entitle any party to compensation in respect thereof.

FLOOR PLANS Floor and land Plans are for illustrative purposes only, not to scale. All measurements and distances are approximate. The normal enquiries carried out by a purchaser's Solicitor and the type of inspection undertaken by a purchaser's Surveyor have not been carried out by the Selling Agents for the purpose of preparation of these particulars.

WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS AND RIGHTS OF WAY The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all easements, quasi-easements, wayleaves and rights of way, declared and undeclared.

TENURE AND POSSESSION The property is sold freehold with vacant possession on completion.

VIEWING Viewings available. Please call us to arrange an appointment

METHOD OF SALE By informal tender.

INGOING VALUATION There will be no ingoing valuation.

RESERVATION OF RIGHTS In the event that following tenders there are a number which have little difference between them the vendor reserves the right to put the property up for sale by private auction with invitations being delivered to the highest tenderers to attend. The vendors would rather carry out such a process than enter a Dutch auction situation.

SIGNING OF CONTRACT The successful purchaser will be required to sign a contract within four weeks of acceptance of their tender. To facilitate this timetable the vendors' solicitors will have prepared a sale pack prior to the tender process. Searches will have been carried out. Purchasers will be required to pay approximately £150-£200 per lot plus VAT to cover the costs of such searches.

PARTICULARS OF SALE Bron Y Maen, is a well renowned and productive mixed arable and grassland farm located a short distance from the most popular village of Meifod and market town of Welshpool. The farm forms part of the stunning upper Vyrnwy, Meifod Valley with the land extending to approximately 246.33 acres (99.68 hectares) of fertile, river bottom land, sloped grazing land and woodland. A picturesque stretch of the River Vyrnwy runs through the farm below the handsome Grade II listed farmhouse, converted barns and most impressive, extensive range of modern agricultural buildings.

The extent of Bron Y Maen is shown on the sale plan attached herewith. In addition to access directly from the A495 there is a secondary access on the southern edge of the farm onto a lane. There is a new track constructed of stone which now serves this part of the farm and leads to the river pastures.

The Farmhouse The farmhouse is a Grade 2 listed building in an elevated position constructed of local stone under a slate and felted and insulated roof. The accommodation comprises;

Reception Hall Exposed floorboards and Oak stair case.

Dining Room Sash window to the front with panelled shutters. Exposed floorboards, fireplace with marble hearth, marble and carved wooden surround and mantle.

Drawing Room Sash window to the front with panelled shutters. Exposed ceiling timbers. Inglenook fireplace with wooden panel and brick surround, wooden mantle and plate rack over. Quarry tiled flooring and half turn wooden stair case.

Farmhouse Kitchen Two windows and a stable door to the side aspect. Log burner and tiled flooring. Range of base fitted units with work surface, sink and drainer. Space and plumbing for white goods. Airing cupboard and a storage cupboard.

Music Room Window to the rear and curved sash window to the front with window seat and panelled architrave. Oak floor boards and original cabinetry.

Ground Floor Shower Room With tiled walls and flooring. Basin WC and shower.

Games Room Located on the lower ground floor. Exposed ceiling timbers and window to the front aspect.

Cellar Space Tiled and flagged flooring. Shelving and rear aspect window. Oak staircase rising to the Reading Room.

Reading room Curved window to the front with window seat and a view out over the land. Exposed timber work.

Utility Room Accessed from a covered side porch off the kitchen. Window to the side elevation looking to the driveway. Overhead and base units, work surfaces and sink unit. Tiled walls and flooring.

Galleried Landing With exposed floorboards and window to the rear aspect.

Bedroom One Sash window to the front with view over the land. Oak flooring. Decorative fireplace and surround with slate hearth. Store cupboard.

Bathroom Bath, WC and basin. Tiled flooring and part tiled walls Arched, sash window to the front aspect with views over the land.

Rear Landing Oak floorboards and stairs descending to the ground floor.

Bedroom Two Sash window to the front aspect with views over the land. Exposed floorboards and wardrobe space.

Bedroom Three Window to the side elevation as well as a skylight window. Panelling to the ceiling. Storage cupboard.

Bedroom Four Exposed floorboards. Window seat and curved, sash window giving a view out over the land.

Bedroom Five Exposed floorboards. Window seat and curved, sash window giving a view out over the land.

WC With basin and WC.

The Gardens Bricked driveway with garaging and store. There is a lawned garden to the rear of the farm house with an orchard to the side. To the front is a patio and Ha-ha with views out over the farm. There is access to the yard, buildings and land.

Other Living Accommodation There are two small converted barns within the curtilage of the farmyard but on the edge of it offering living accommodation and in both cases consisting of two bedrooms, bathroom and a living room/kitchen.

Farm Buildings An extensive and modern set of buildings lie immediately adjoining the farmhouse and living accommodation comprising:

Five bay building - formally sheep collecting area and yard divided by brick wall. Steel and sheeted construction.

Three bay storage shed - Three sides clad. One open.

Eight bay steel cattle yard - Part walled. Cantilever front.

Six bay Dutch barn - Divided into two by brick wall. Clad three sides and open on one.

Seven bay open fronted cattle yard - Closed on three sides and open on one with manger gates to front plus hang on troughs.

Eleven bay free span steel building - With brick walls used for storage plus machinery and livestock.

Seven bay steel building - Used for machinery plus workshop. Clad to eaves on three sides. To front brick walls to 3ft off side cladding. Roller shutter doors at both ends.

Five bay mono-pitched storage shed/livestock building - Clad on three sides and open to front.

Two bay brick and sheeted garage

Service building - For house, garden, general machinery shed and store.

Four general stores plus workshop - Constructed of brick under a sheeted roof.

Garden store - Plus storage area plus woodshed with loft above. Split level.

Four bay free span muck store - With concrete panel walls and concrete floors.

The Farm Land The farm land lies within a ring fence. It is well served by a farm track which traverses the farm and also by public highway. The valley bottom land is deep, fertile and level with a picturesque stretch of the river Vyrnwy running through part of it with the southern portion of the farm offering steeper grazing land. There are also a number of woods on the property and purpose planted plantations to provide shelter. The land is more particularly described on the following schedule:

9378 Pasture 10.180 acres 4.12 ha

0634 Pasture 19.398 acres 7.85 ha

7956 Pasture 10.527 acres 4.26 ha

8949 Arable 9.168 acres 3.71 ha

9843 Arable 9.934 acres 4.02 ha

5941 Arable 5.782 acres 2.34 ha

4334 Arable 7.289 acres 2.95 ha

7722 Arable 13.146 acres 5.32 ha

8033 Farm Track 0.741 acres 0.30 ha

1416 Pasture 33.211 acres 13.44 ha

3515 Pasture 12.059 acres 4.88 ha

Pt. 4004 Slang 0.136acres 0.055ha

9471 Pasture 4.003 acres 1.62 ha

8178 Pasture 18.434 acres 7.46 ha

6235 Pasture 10.897 acres 4.41 ha

5968 Pasture 18.434 acres 7.46 ha

1874 Hill 9.859 acres 3.99 ha

1184 Woodland 8.080 acres 3.27 ha

7261 River Bed and levels 16.795 acres 6.79ha est.

House & Gardens 0.672 acres 0.272 ha

Farm buildings 2.669 acres 1.08 ha

Plantations to Roadside 0.576 acres 0.233 ha

3400 Pasture and Woodland

4619 Area of Pasture 24.34 acres 9.85 ha

5215 estimated 13.22 acres

Total 246.33acres 99.68 ha

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