4 bed farmhouse with 218 acres of land and range of modern and traditional buildings
4 bed farmhouse
Range of Farm Buildings
Of agricultural, investment, environmental and recreational interest
Situation and Description Ty’n-y-Maes is situated just 1½ miles out of the town of Llanwrtyd Wells, which has a primary school, shops, public houses and restaurants and places of worship. It lies on the eastern edge of the Cambrian Mountains with a south-easterly aspect providing views over the Cledan and Irfon Valleys to the Eppynt Hills.
Farmhouse Built of stone under slate with:
Conservatory 3.78m x 2.18m (12' 5" x 7' 2") Mono pitch roof to front elevation of the farmhouse, leading to:
Kitchen 4.78m x 2.66m (15' 8" x 8' 9") Oil-fired Rayburn with back boiler, range of kitchen units including stainless steel sink unit, electric cooker power point and larder
Sitting Room 4.63m x 3.97m (15' 2" x 13') Stone inglenook fireplace fitted with Efal wood burning stove. Exposed beamed ceiling
Dining Room 4.68m x 4.63m (15' 4" x 15' 2") Oil-fired stove, part glazed front entrance door to stone/slate porch. Understairs cupboard. Stairs up to landing. Access to loft space
Bedroom One 4.72m x 2.43m (15' 6" x 8') Window to front
Bedroom Two 2.71m x 1.85m (8' 11" x 6' 1") Window to front
Bedroom Three 4.61m x 3.89m (15' 1" x 12' 9") Window to front. Fitted bunk beds
Bedroom Four 2.26m x 2.16m (7' 5" x 7' 1") Window to rear
Bathroom 2.66m x 1.35m (8' 9" x 4' 5") Bath, washbasin and w.c.
Secondary Landing Enclosed second staircase down to kitchen, fitted airing cupboard with copper cylinder and electric immersion heater
Outside There is a driveway to the front with enclosed garden and a car parking area to the side.
Implement Store 13.41m x 9.14m (44' x 30') Open-fronted, steel frame, mass concrete half-walls, plastic coated roof and side cladding with adjoining tool store.
Note: This building has solar panels to the roof which provide a domestic electricity supply.
To the side of these buildings is a further enclosed livestock yard with two former lorry containers used as storage. One has power and light connected and 4.8 tonne galvanised feed tower.
Sheep In-Wintering Shed 37.80m x 7.62m (124' x 25') Part stone walls, timber pole frame with coated steel roof, fitted feed passage, penning with walk through feeders and water bowls (suitable for approximately 170 breeding ewes)
Covered Silo 27.43m x 9.14m (90' x 30') Steel frame with mass concrete panel walls, cement fibre roof and concrete floor.
Lean-to Cattle Shed 27.43m x 9.14m (90' x 30') Steel frame, cement fibre roof, concrete block half-walls with 8 feet wide feed passageway and access for mechanical cleaning to each of the six bays
Concrete Yard 33.53m x 6.71m (110' x 22') Extending the length of the cattle building with steel striking posts for doors
Slurry Lagoon 33.53m x 8.23m (110' x 27') built with 0.38m (15") mass concrete walls, concrete floor with sloping ramp access and chutes off yard.
Beyond this range is a big bale storage yard opening onto the hardcore farm track.
Workshop 4.00m x 2.05m (13' 1" x 6' 9") Fitted shelving, w.c. and washbasin with electric water heater over.
The Outbuildings: Adjoining the farmhouse at right angles is:
Traditional Barn 15.31m x 5.38m (50' 3" x 17' 8") built of stone under CGI with double door access and flagstone floor to carriageway. There is good overall headroom so it would be suitable for conversion to additional living accommodation (subject to consent)
Lean-to 7.11m x 2.22m (23' 4" x 7' 3") To front. Built of stone / CGI. Used as an isolation box
Lean-to 15.31m x 5.99m (50' 3" x 19' 8") Built of stone / CGI. Access for mechanical cleaning
Calf Cot 5.99m x 3.55m (19' 8" x 11' 8") Concrete block / CGI
Lean-to Dog Kennel With outrun
The Land This lies in a compact, elongated block with three enclosures to the south of the A483. There are a number of level and gently sloping enclosures fronting the A483 and surrounding the farmstead suitable for forage conservations. The land then rises to healthy upland pasture, much of which has been improved. A particular feature is the hardcore farm access road which extends from the lower enclosures to the farmstead and then continues the length of the farm to give good all-weather access to most enclosures.
GENERAL REMARKS AND STIPULATIONS Services The property has mains electricity with additional solar panel energy. There is a private water supply piped from a spring on the land. The dwelling has a private drainage system.
It is not our Company policy to test services and domestic appliances so we cannot verify that they are in working order. The buyers are advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor
Sporting Rights To be included within the freehold.
Timber Rights The standing timber within the lot is included within the freehold.
Outgoings The farm is sold free of any ingoing valuation whatsoever and no allowance will be made to the purchaser in respect of dilapidations, if any.
Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) The land has been registered for BPS payments. The Sellers will endeavor to transfer the entitlements to the purchaser. However, the transfer is not guaranteed and the Seller will not be obliged to include entitlements with this sale.
Energy Performance Rating F
Plans, Areas and Schedules These are based on the most recent Ordnance Survey Promap Series and the areas are based on information provided by Rural Payments Wales. The purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have satisfied themselves as to the boundaries and area of the land. Any error or misstatement shall not annul the sale or entitle any party to compensation thereof.
Restrictions, Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all restrictions, way-leaves, easements and rights of way whether public or private or not disclosed.
Possession The farm is sold freehold and vacant possession will be given upon completion.
Method of Sale The property is offered for sale by Formal Tender. Please contact the Selling Agent to request a legal pack. Completed tenders together with deposit cheques of 10% of the offer are to be received no later than 12 noon on Fridya, 9th October 2020 at the Agents office: Brightwells Limited, The Mews, King Street, Hereford, HR4 9BX
Directions From Builth Wells take the A483 west towards Llandovery. Pass through the villages of Cilmery, Garth and Beulah, into Llanwrtyd Wells. Follow the road through the town. After one mile, take the first turning right at Berthddu Farm, bear right and the farmstead is the first on the left-hand side.
Misrepresentation Act 1967
These particulars are believed to be correct but their accuracy is not guaranteed nor do they form part of any contract.