One of the best farms to have come on the market in the area in recent years is now up for grabs for £3,500,000.

The Cwmberllan farmhouse in Sarn is a substantial Victorian built farmhouse lying just to the side of the main range of traditional buildings.

It has a splendid front facade overlooking very well maintained garden grounds and looking in a southerly direction towards the farms own land, neighbouring woodland and the Kerry Ridge Way beyond.

The property has two amazing ranges of Victorian built farm buildings.

Developed under the Naylor Leyland ownership of the property in the late 1800's, the contemporary farm buildings are very well maintained throughout, having been regularly repaired by the family over many years.

They comprise two very substantial ranges, which retain many of the original features and are in pristine condition for their age.

They are constructed of solid brick walls under pitched slate roof with a number of gabled loft accesses into the first-floor accommodation and patterned ventilation areas contained in the brick work, to provide ventilation to the first floor for, historically, fodder and grain storage.

There is a number of interesting features including arches and cart stores.

Internally, a number of the original feeding passages and feed troughs remain.

The six bedroom farmhouse is L-shaped in design and very well proportioned providing very good living accommodation for a larger family or could easily be split into more than one property for multi-generational living or the subdivision for the letting of part for residential or holiday let purposes, see detailed floorplan.

The house has UPVC windows in a sash style, with attractive bayed entrance porches and central bay to the front and the side elevation has UPVC windows in a casement style.

To the rear of the farmhouse is a stone rear walled garaging area under steel sheeted roof.

To the rear of the farmhouse, in a former orchard paddock, is a steel sheeted roofed lean-to area used as an entrance into the house and storage of working clothes/footwear.

The farmhouse and buildings lie in excellent sun, with the majority of the land benefitting from a southerly aspect with the land which rises up from the back of the farmstead benefitting from this aspect to provide early grass.

The land in front of the farmstead is mainly flat and heavier in nature, giving a good combination of soil types and grazing regimes for intensive, agricultural use.

There are few other residential or agricultural properties in sight of the farmstead.

A dingle area runs from the back of the farmstead in a northerly direction toward the "camp". This old valley (Cwmberllan means Orchard Hollow) provides amenity to the farmstead.

Due to the size of the farm, this is a commercial, agricultural unit, however it could also be enjoyed by a lifestyle buyer or builder/developer or businessperson who wished to have a substantial private residence to develop over time, or to benefit from the taxation advantages of running and owning an agricultural property.

This a substantial and impressive property with south facing land which also benefits from lighter land to the north on the sloping areas and a heavier lower lying area which gives a good variety of soil and land types to allow the farming of the property throughout the year.

The enclosures are well laid out and are well shaped and of good size and well managed. The field boundaries and gateways are a credit to the vendors.

This is a valuable agricultural property which could be farmed or else used as an investment vehicle by purchasers to create income whilst enjoying an outstanding lifestyle property and potentially developing the farm complex to create 11 residential units.

There is a bridle way and footpaths which run through the farmyard and farm.