Farm for sale

Dolanog, Welshpool, Powys

Guide Price £650,000

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

THE PLAS, DOLANOG, WELSHPOOL, POWYS, SY21 0NA

A residential livestock farm suitable for improvement. 5 bedroom Grade II Listed farmhouse, range of traditional and modern farm buildings with 54.58 acres of pasture land and woodland. A further 22.00 acres of freehold land on Allt Dolanog are included.
• Grade II Listed Farmhouse
• 76.58 acres (30.99ha) in total
• Range of traditional and modern farm buildings
• Available as a whole or in lots as required

SITUATION
The Plas is situated to the north of the rural village of Dolanog in the county of Powys, surrounded by extensive rural scenery and open countryside. Post war the village was a centre for forestry workers and now offers tranquil rural living.
The busy market town of Welshpool is just 12 miles to the east. Welshpool offers a range of services and facilities including a railway station linking with Shrewsbury and Aberystwyth, a livestock market, leisure centre and other recreational, educational and employment opportunities.
A range of first class educational establishments are available in the region including Oswestry School, Moreton Hall, Ellesmere College, and Shrewsbury School. Locally, primary education is available in Llanerfyl and primary and secondary education are available in Llan-fair Caereinion.
The picturesque and popular Snowdonia National Park and Welsh coast towns of Abersoch (70 miles), Pwllheli (65 miles) and Aberdovey (40 miles) are easily accessible by road. The town of Shrewsbury and cities of Chester and Birmingham are accessible by road and train, making Dolanog an ideal rural retreat.

THE PLAS FARMHOUSE
The farmhouse which is in need of renovation, comprises:
Entrance door opening to ground floor entrance hall with slate flagstone floor, under stairs cupboard and doors to shower room, the living room with solid fuel Rayburn range cooker and door to the kitchen with a range of fitted kitchen units.
From the entrance hall, a passage way leads to the study, utility room with original Belfast sink and a door to the sitting room with an open fireplace and door opening to the garden area.
An open oak staircase, with turned balusters, rises from the entrance hall to the first floor landing area which leads to bedrooms 1 to 5 and a bathroom with free-standing cast iron roll top bath, wash hand basin and wc.
A further staircase rises to the second floor with a door opening to two attic rooms.

OUTSIDE
The area to the front of the house is enclosed by a wooden picket fence and to the rear of the house is a garden area with paddocks beyond.

FARM BUILDINGS
The buildings at The Plas are arranged around an open yard area partly surfaced with stone. The traditional buildings offer scope for alternative uses subject to obtaining planning consent.
The buildings comprise:
Stone Building: 10.9m x 6.6m this building pre dates the house, two storey Grade II listed traditional stone barn beneath box profile sheet roof.
Traditional Barn: 25.8m x 5.5m constructed of stone and timber cladding beneath a slate roof with lean-to 13.5m x 7.4m attached to the rear beneath a corrugated sheet roof. Grade II listed.
Lambing Shed: 14.9m x 11.6m open fronted pole barn with timber cladding, part concrete floor beneath a corrugated sheet roof.
Machinery Store: 17.9m x 7.0m constructed in 1992, open fronted steel frame building, corrugated cladding and monopitch roof.
Livestock Building: 29.8m x 12.2m constructed in 1984 of a steel frame, 3 bays with concrete block walls, Yorkshire board cladding above, concrete floor with central feed passage and doors at both ends beneath a fibre cement sheet roof. Lean-to sheep housing constructed of timber frame with part concrete floor. Muck midden to the rear.
Fodder Store: 19.2m x 6.9m open fronted, constructed in 1998, steel frame, 4 bays, part profile sheet cladding with earth floor beneath a profile sheet roof.

LAND AT THE PLAS
The land at The Plas extends to 54.58 acres (22.09ha) of permanent pasture land, which is arranged in five principal enclosures, and woodland consisting of loamy and clayey acidic soils suitable for forage production and livestock grazing. The River Vyrnwy forms the western boundary and the B4382, leading from Dolanog to Llanfyllin, forms the eastern boundary.
The land benefits from direct road access from the centre of the village, from the B4382 and via the farmstead.
Allt Dolanog Common lies to the east of The Plas as shaded green on the plan. In addition to the land at The Plas 22.00 acres (8.90ha) of freehold land are included with the property.
The Plas has the benefit of common grazing rights for 48 sheep over the entire common at Allt Dolanog.

ADDITIONAL LAND
The land hatched yellow on the plan, which extends to 13.40 acres (5.42ha) will be offered to the purchaser on an extended and assignable Farm Business Tenancy Agreement. Further details are available from the selling agent.

GENERAL REMARKS AND STIPULATIONS

METHOD OF SALE
The property is offered for sale by private treaty and offers are invited for the whole or in lots as required.
TENURE AND POSSESSION
The property is offered freehold.

VIEWINGS
The agricultural land and woodland may be viewed at any reasonable hour with a copy of these sales particulars to hand.
The Plas may only be viewed strictly by prior appointment with the Agents, Berrys.
Tel: 01743 271697
E-mail: shrewsbury@berrybros.com

BOUNDARIES, ROAD AND FENCES
The Purchaser shall be assumed to have full knowledge of the boundaries and neither the Vendor nor their Agents will be responsible for defining any ownership of the boundaries.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Powys County Council. Tel: 01597 826000

PLANNING
The property is sold subject to any development plans, tree preservation orders, Town and County Planning Schedule, restriction or notice which may come to be in force, subject to any road widening or road improvement schemes, land charges or statutory by-laws, without any obligation on the Vendor to specify them.

SINGLE PAYMENT SCHEME/ BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME ENTITLEMENTS
If available it is intended that the Entitlements will be transferred to the purchaser subject to the Welsh Government´s transfer regulations.

SPORTING AND MINERAL RIGHTS
The sporting rights and mineral rights, where available, will pass with the freehold of the property, subject to the Vendor reserving 2 rods for fishing on the River Vyrnwy.

WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS AND RIGHTS OF WAY
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of any wayleaves, public or private rights of way, easements and covenants together with all outgoings whether mentioned in these particulars or not.
Overhead electricity apparatus passes over the property.
There is a public right of way passing over the property.
The Vendor reserves a right of way on foot along the river bank between points A & B on the attached plan.

COVENANTS
Fields referred to as wood B, 0299, 0809,1912,3280 and wood C shall be used solely for the purposes of agriculture or equestrian and shall not be used for any other purposes to include but not restricted to caravans, camping and car boot sales. Silviculture is not allowed.

SERVICES
Electricity: Mains electricity is connected to The Plas.
Water: Water is supplied via a private supply from Allt Dolanog.
Foul Drainage: The Plas is connected to a private system located at the property

VENDORS SOLICITORS
Brabners LLP Horton House,
Exchange Flags,
Liverpool,
L2 3YL
For the attention of: Rupert Jackson
Tel: 0151 600 3396
E-mail: rupert.jackson@brabners.com

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  • Welshpool (11.7 mi)
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01743 626027 Local call rate

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