The farmhouse at Upper Ucheldre is located on the edge of the farmstead with the views to the orchard to the front and open countryside to the side.

It has its own parking and turning area and is constructed of stone and rendered walls under artificial slate roof with a lower former stable to the side now used for additional accommodation under cement fibre sheeted roof. The property has an attractive balanced façade with central entrance doorway and four windows with a rear lean-to extension also under cement fibre sheeted roof. Part boarded rear elevation.

In all the farmhouse is situated in a glorious private position with no immediate neighbours providing total privacy and serenity. To the front is a small former orchard, to the side pasture land and to the rear a steeply sloped area of woodland containing sycamore, hawthorn, maple, horse chestnut and ash trees providing a sheltered rear north and westerly elevation.

The property includes: small entrance hallway, kitchen, front sitting room, rear wet room, main sitting room, store room, landing, family bathroom, front double bedroom (1), front double bedroom (2), rear single bedroom (3) and separate staircase from store room leads to a room with potential to convert to a further bedroom, currently in basic condition, window to front elevation.

Outside there are lawns to the front and rear, and a useful parking and turning area with covered garage of concrete block walls under steel sheeted roof.

The farmhouse is separately accessed via a private road passing the farm buildings which lie in close proximity to the house.

These are a traditional range of farm buildings, with some more modern additions suitable for the farm size and comprise:

Oak framed barn closest to the farmhouse, a traditional oak framed barn with stone and brick base and lap boarded walls under steel sheeted roof which may be suitable for alternative uses subject to the necessary planning permissions and currently used for storage with loft over.

General purpose building an adjacent portal frame general purpose building being approximately 60’ x 25’ and built of steel portal frame under steel sheeted roof and walls used for general farm storage and would be suitable for loose livestock housing and rear 4 bay sleeper and general livestock house or implement storage approximately 75’ x 25’ built of steel sheeted roof and walls.

Adjacent two bay timber pole scotch barn under steel sheeted roof and walls used for implement storage with small side lean-to used for livestock housing under steel sheeted roof and walls.

Adjacent former ‘Park Hall’ building constructed of timber boarded roof and walls under cement fibre sheeted roof suitable for storage and loose livestock housing, all set around a central concrete yard.

Further range of buildings constructed of steel portal frame and another range of buildings formerly a ‘Park Hall’ building under timber roof and walls with part mass concrete base walls under cement fibre sheeted roof approximately 75’ x 25’

Useful concreted yard.

Three bay general purpose building further useful three bay general purpose building under steel profile sheeted roof and walls with concrete block base walls approximately 45’ x 30’ containing storage or livestock housing.

Adjacent two bay workshop building under steel sheeted roof and walls with mass concrete base walls.

In all the range of buildings provide a good base from which to farm the unit. They are suitable in scale to the farm and would provide suitable accommodation for cattle, sheep and equestrian uses dependent of the purchaser’s requirements.

The land lies around the farmstead giving the property complete privacy and comprises a number of useful sized and shaped enclosures all laid to permanent pasture approximately 21.027 hectares with some amenity woodland. All lying in a very productive agricultural area.

For more information contact Morris Marshall and Poole with Norman Lloyd's Newtown office on 01686 626160 or email: