Ty Coch, Nantygwreiddyn, Sennybridge, Brecon, Powy £225,000
Brightwells - Hereford
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L-Shaped Range of Stone and Slate former Farm Buildings
In Courtyard Setting
Planning Consent to Convert to 2 Three-Bedroom Homes
3.486 Acres of Pastureland. Option to buy a further 3.92 Acres.
Proposed Accommodation to provide:
Living / Dining Room
En-Suite Shower Room
The outbuildings front the farmyard where there will be four dedicated car parking spaces and ample car parking and turning area. The buildings overlook the pasture field and there is an opportunity to create a garden area to part of the field that will provide a very secluded area but with views north and east over the Usk Valley.
This comprises an attractive enclosure laid to pasture, being gently sloping and free-draining. It has the benefit of a natural stream running with the western boundary providing excellent watering facilities for livestock. There is a field gate access onto the edge of the farm steading that lies opposite a green lane providing excellent outriding onto quiet lanes and bridlepaths to open moorland.
In total 3.486 acres, inclusive of the barns site itself.
See attached plan for identification purposes only.
Part of the pasture field adjoining the eastern boundary is available at a guide price of £30,000 (thirty thousand pounds). It extends to 3.92 Acres, or thereabouts.
SN 952289 (sheet 160)
Hill Grazing Rights
The entire farm had the benefit of hill grazing rights for 80 sheep, 80 lambs and 10 cattle on the Black Mountain Ystradgynlais higher. These were apportioned by the Commons Registration Officer and will be proportional to the area sold with the outbuildings.
Register BCL003 Entry No. 286
Single Farm Payment
The land is offered net of single farm payment entitlements.
The planning permission access statement requires the re-siting of the existing access onto the farmyard and the construction of vehicle passing places on the access road to the A40. The cost of these works are to be borne by the purchaser. The conversion works must also comply with the environmental survey and includes provisions for lofts for and protection of bats.