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Penygarnedd, Nr Llanrhaeadr Ym Mochnant

£510,000 OIRO
For Sale
4 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
1 Receptions
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Property Features

  • Four Bedroom Farmhouse
  • Rural Location
  • Range of Outbuildings
  • 5 Acres
  • Barn for Possible Conversion
  • Stable and Turn Out Area
  • Purpose Built Kennels
  • Huge Potential for Development
  • Direct Access onto Bridle ways and off road hacking!
  • Equestrian Property

Property Summary

Town and Country Oswestry are pleased to offer to the market this beautifully positioned farmhouse with breathtaking views of the Tanat Valley. This four bedroom farmhouse is set in 5 acres of productive pasture land has a range of useful outbuildings including kennelling and an attached barn which is well suited to provide an annexe or holiday accommodation (subject to the necessary planning consent). Requiring some improvement, Cwm Gwynen farmhouse offers huge potential to create a stunning rural retreat in a very private location. Perfect for those looking for an equestrian property!

Full Details

From our Oswestry office take the Morda road (B5069) out of the town and turn right joining the A483. Continue along the A483 untill reaching the Llynclys cross roads by the White Lion Pub. Turn right heading for Llangedwyn and Bala, continue along this road passing through the villages of Llangedwyn and Pentrefelin. Just before reaching Llanrhaeadr Y.M. turn left signposted Pen Y Bont Fawr. Proceed along, passing through the hamlet of Pedairffordd, until reaching the T-junction. Turn left here and proceed along into the hamlet of Penygarnedd. Take the first turning right by the chapel and follow the lane up for approx 1 mile before the red brick bungalow, take the farm track to the property.

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Accommodation Comprises

Porch/Boot Room
To the front of the property sits a large porch having windows to the front and sides and a door to the front. With a tiled floor, and a door leading through to the kitchen and breakfast room.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 3.50 x 5.81m (11'5" x 19'0")
Having windows to the front and to the side, the kitchen is fitted with a range of base and wall units with contrasting work surfaces over, tiled floor, Rayburn stove (not in operation), integral dishwasher, plumbing and space for a washing machine, built in electric oven and hob, spotlighting, radiator, space for fridge freezer and a door leading to a larder cupboard and cloakroom. A door leads to the living room.

Kitchen Additional Photograph

Larder Cupboard /Pantry
Walk in larder cupboard/pantry with built in shelving.

With a W/C, wash hand basin and a radiator.

Living Room 7.14 x 6.70m (23'5" x 21'11")
This well proportioned living room has a window to the front and to the rear and a door leading to the front of the property, it benefits from a beamed ceiling, a large inglenook fireplace with a slate hearth and large oak beam over and a log burner. A door leads through to a room currently used as a utility space and a further door leads to the study. Stairs lead up to the first floor.

Living Room Additional Photograph

Utility Room 3.16 x 3.78m (10'4" x 12'4")
Having a window to the rear, slate flagged floor and shelving for storage.

Study/Bedroom Five 3.85 x 2.82m (12'7" x 9'3")
Having a window to the front providing fantastic views over the surrounding countryside, beamed ceiling, slate flagged floor and a radiator.

Having a window to the front and doors leading to the bedrooms and bathroom.

Bedroom Two 2.42 x 3.74m (7'11" x 12'3")
Having a window to the front offering fantastic views over the unspoilt countryside and a radiator.

Bedroom Three 3.82 x 2.86m (12'6" x 9'4")
Having a window to the rear and a radiator.

Bedroom Four 2.93 x 2.86m (9'7" x 9'4")
Having a window to the rear, beamed ceiling and a radiator.

Bedroom One 5.55 x 2.88m (18'2" x 9'5" )
Having a window to the front and a radiator.

Benefitting from a P shaped bath with mixer taps and a shower over, W/C, wash hand basin, spotlighting, extractor fan and a radiator.

Attached Barn
To the outside of the property there is a large two storey attached barn. This provides fantastic scope for development providing potential for extension to the existing accommodation, holiday let accommodation or a self contained annexe subject to the necessary planning consent.

Hay Barn
Providing great storage potential.

Top Barn
A large purpose built outbuilding perfect for use as stabling or kennels, with separate tiled bays which are heated and insulated. This barn is open to both sides for ease of access.

The top barn benefits from purpose built kennels fitting licensing requirements making them suitable for breeding/boarding. There are 6 kennels in total, two measure at 4m x 4m and four measure 2m x 4m. The roof is tiled with electrics and lighting throughout.

Kennels Additional Photograph

Stabling and Equine Turn Out Area
Large stable building, providing two separate enclosures, Rubber turn out area providing an all weather surface.

Land and Surrounding areas
The property is approached through a farm gate and with a long driveway which leads to a large yard area providing parking for 6+ vehicles. There are a number of outbuildings including the large Top Barn with kennelling, Stabling and turn out area, hay barn, and an outhouse for outdoor storage. Sitting below the property, steps lead to a large garden area which looks out over the rolling hills of the Tanat Valley. The property occupies a plot of roughly 5 acres with a 4.37 acre paddock which sits to the rear of the property along with direct access to the forestry land for walking and cycling. The land includes a freshwater stream and a waterfall. This property provides huge potential for somebody wanting to live surrounded by nature and countryside and with footpaths and bridle paths within close proximity it’s a dream for someone who loves the outdoors. Please note, the land is on a slope and is not flat. The property has direct access onto bridle ways and access to off road hacking, walking and mountain bike riding in the forestry.

The Views From The Property

The Waterfall

The Views in the Summer

The views in the Summer

The Views in the Summer

Aerial Image of the Property

Aerial Image of the Property

Aerial Image of the Property

The Surrounding Countryside

The Surrounding Countryside

Additional Information
All sporting rights, including shooting rights, timber and mineral rights as they are owned are not included in the sale.

Services to the Property
This property benefits from mains electricity, private water supply, oil fired central heating and septic tank drainage.

To Book a Viewing
Viewing is strictly by appointment, please call our sales office on 01691 679631 to arrange.

To Make an Offer
Town and Country recommend that a prospective buyer/tenant follows the guidance of the Property Ombudsman and undertakes a physical viewing of the property and does not solely rely on virtual/video information when making their decision. Town and Country also advise it is best practice to view a property in person before making an offer.
To make an offer, please call our sales office on 01691 679631 and speak to a member of the sales team.

Tenure/Council Tax
We understand the property is freehold, although purchasers must make their own enquiries via their solicitor.

The Council tax is payable to Powys County Council and we believe the property to be in Band F.

Money Laundering Regulations
Once an offer is accepted, the successful purchaser will be required to produce adequate identification to prove the identity of all named buyers within the terms of the Money Laundering Regulations. Appropriate examples include: Photo Identification such as Passport/Photographic Driving Licence and proof of residential address such as a recent utility bill or bank statement.

Hours Of Business
Our office is open:
Monday to Friday: 9.00am to 5.30pm
Saturday: 9.00am to 4.00pm

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