3 bedroom detached house for saleTonyfildre Farm, Banwen, Neath
Working Hill Farm with 300 acres, extensive outbuildings & Grazing Rights Fforest of Brecon, main house modernised with potential to extend for provision of Annexe, southern periphery Brecon Beacons National Park
Part uPVC double glazed external door.
15' 7" x 9' 9" (4.75m x 2.97m)
Two double radiators.
16' x 15' 8" (4.88m x 4.78m)
Wooden beamed ceiling, double radiator, log burner, feature full wall length stone fireplace.
26' 6" x 7' 10" (8.08m x 2.39m)
14' 4" x 10' 10" (4.37m x 3.30m)
One and a half bowl sink unit, fitted wall and base cupboard and drawer units, oil fired Stanley cooking range with back boiler serving central heating and domestic hot water, tiled floor, walls part tiled, open beamed ceiling, door to:
Part double glazed door to rear exterior, WC off, tiled floor.
17' 5" x 13' 3" (5.31m x 4.04m)
Fitted wall and base units, shower, double glazed door to rear exterior.
Bedroom 1 (front)
16' 7" x 15' 7" (5.05m x 4.75m) maximum
Double radiator, fitted wardrobes, two double glazed windows.
Bedroom 2 (front)
15' 9" x 9' 5" (4.80m x 2.87m)
Bedroom 3 (rear)
11' 1" x 8' 2" (3.38m x 2.49m)
Double radiator, fitted three piece suite with shower to bath, built in airing cupboard.
Concealed spiral staircase leading from bathroom to Second Floor Attic Room.
Stone steps to rear of kitchen leading to:
14' x 12'
Capable of being incorporated in to living accommodation subject if necessary to Local Authority Planning Permission/Building Regulation consent being obtained.
Garden area to front of residence, timber built garden shed.
Traditionally built stone walled, slate roofed Cow Shed/Stable with loft over – 72’ x 19’
To the rear and adjoining the above – General Purpose/Lambing Shed – 72’x 19’ approximately. Suitable for lambing up to 500 ewes.
Range of steel framed/clad buildings incorporating:
52 cubicle cattle shed with self feed silage area, calf pen and sheep dip.
Lean-to implement shed off above – 70’ x 30’
Further lean-to Workshop off Cubicle Shed – 30’ x 18’
Enclosed concrete yard to south west of cubicle shed with manure compound.
Cattle shed on Nant Hir land – 70’ x 45’
The land totalling 300 acres, or thereabouts, comprises Tonyfildre Farm, adjoining land to the west known as Nant Y Fedwen and adjoining land to the east being Nant Hir. The latter is divided from Tonyfildre Farm by the Nantymoel stream with access to the land off a separate county maintained highway. The land is on a gentle North-East/South-West aspect with approximately 108 acres of clean pasture fields, the majority suitable for cutting hay/silage, 165 acres of grazing, some of which is capable of improvement and 23 acres of wood. There are ample natural water supplies – part of the south western boundary of Tonyfildre Farm adjoins the River Pyrddin. A wild life pond has been created on Nant Hir land.
Registered Mountain Grazing Rights are enjoyed on the Great Fforest of Brecon as follows –
Tonyfildre and part Nant Y Fedwen Fach – CL3/180 – 650 sheep with lambs/or equivalent – six sheep = one pony, Nant Hir – CL3/489 – 357 sheep.
Please note the vendors own six acres of land at Llwyn-Onn, Ystradfellte which would also be available to purchase under separate negotiation. This land gives direct access to the Great Fforest and also has Registered Grazing Rights – CL3/402 17 ewes/6 yearlings/15 lambs.
The land is currently farmed under a Tir Gofal Scheme and details of same will be provided to prospective purchasers.
RIGHTS POWERS AND EASEMENTS
The Property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights, including Rights of Way, whether public or private, light support, drainage, Water and Electricity supplies and other rights and obligations and easements and restrictive covenants and all existing proposed wayleaves or masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains, gas or other pipes, whether referred to in the stipulations, particulars or conditions of sale or not, and to the provisions of any Planning Scheme of the County or Local Authority.
The Sarn Helen Roman Road traverses Tonyfildre Farm in a South-West/North-East direction giving access to extensive horse riding facilities in the adjoining areas.
PLANS AND PARTICULARS
The Plan used in conjunction with these Particulars is reproduced by permission of H.M. Stationary Office and is published for convenience only. The Plan and Particulars of the Property and these general remarks are believed to be correct, but are not guaranteed and any error, or omission or mis-statement shall not annul the Sale, nor shall it entitle either party to compensation, or in any circumstances give ground for an Action at Law.
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