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Cefn Perthy Farm Buildings, Coed Eva, Cwmbran

Withdrawn from Market £200,000

Property Description

Key features

  • LOT 2 A RANGE OF TRADITIONAL BRICK BUILT FARM BUILDINGS WITH GREAT POTENTIAL WITH ADJOINING GRASS PADDOCK
  • TWO STOREY PORTION WITH TWO STABLES AND TOOL SHED AND SPACIOUS 2 ROOM LOFT OVER
  • ATTACHED SINGLE STOREY FORMER COW SHED WITH RECENTLY REPLACED ROOF
  • TWO LOOSE BOXES
  • LEAN TO STORE SHED

Full description

FOR SALE AS A WHOLE OR IN LOTS. LOT 2 GUIDE PRICE £200,000 TO £225,000 - LARGE TRADITIONAL BRICK FARM BUILDING FOR CONVERSION (SUBJECT TO THE NECESSARY CONSENT) WITH ADJOINING GRASS PADDOCK. ADDITIONAL LAND AND BUILDINGS AVAILABLE BY SEPARATE NEGOTIATION, SEE FULL BROCHURE FOR FURTHER DETAILS.


Agents Introduction 
Cefn Perthy Farm is a traditional livestock rearing farm comprising an attractive brick built detached two storey house together with a range of traditional and more contemporary farm buildings and approximately 85 acres of productive permanent pasture land. Suitable for traditional agricultural activities or equestrian use the buildings also offer clear development potential for conversion to other uses subject to obtaining the necessary planning consent. For this reason the property is being offered for sale either as a whole or in lots as set out in the particulars. Alternative divisions of the property can be envisaged and would be considered particularly by allocating additional land to the farm house.

Situation & Local Amenities 
Cefn Perthy Farm is located on the edge of the town of Cwmbran with access via a lane off a roundabout at the junction between Henllys Way and Hollybush Way. Although immediately adjoining the built up area of Cwmbran it enjoys a rural ambience and setting with views over the surrounding countryside and south to the Bristol Channel. The town centre of Cwmbran with its covered shopping area and free car parking is within one and a half miles. The city of Newport with its huge range of shopping and leisure facilities and mainline railway station is about five miles, whilst access to the M4 motorway is only four miles away. The cities of Cardiff, Newport and Bristol are within half an hour or so by car.

General 
The property is understood to be freehold Services Mains water and electricity are connected to the property and there is a private drainage system Council Tax: Band D EPC Rating: F Viewings Viewings are to be conducted by appointment with the agents through whom all negotiations should be conducted.

Two Storey Portion 
38' 8'' x 18' 9'' (11.78m x 5.71m)
Providing stabling and a tool shed on the ground floor with a loft over divided into two separate storage areas.

Attached to the above is a single storey portion 
81' 6'' x 19' 0'' (24.82m x 5.79m)
With a replacement slate roof. Originally a cow shed and dairy the stalls have now all been removed

Adjoining the above are two loose boxes 
Of brick and concrete block construction with sheeted roof having a total area of 25' 4" (7.72m) x 17' 5" (5.31m) attached to which is a lean to store shed. The majority of the existing farm yard together with a strip of land at the rear of the building is included with this lot providing ample parking space and potential for the creation of a garden area in the event that planning consent can be obtained for a conversion to residential use.

Outside 
Situated close to the rear of the house is a brick garage with a sheeted roof attached to which is a potting shed and an outside toilet.

Garden and Grounds 
There is a good sized enclosed garden area mostly laid to lawn with trees and mature shrubs and a small cultivated area. There is also an orchard and pasture paddock having an area of approximately 1½ acre.

Traditional Cattle Yard 
Comprising a range of four loose boxes of brick and concrete block construction with corrugated iron roof off which is a brick and timber framed open fronted shed with corrugated iron roof, situated around a yard enclosed by a brick wall. This area provides ample potential for upgrading to form a stable yard close to the farm house and with direct access to the adjoining pasture paddock.

LOT 2 THE TRADITIONAL BRICK BUILT FARM BUILDINGS. 
A substantial range of buildings with a slate roof comprising:

FARMHOUSE : Entrance Hallway 
With UPVC entrance door, staircase off and radiator.

Study 
12' 6'' x 12' 4'' (3.81m x 3.76m)
With UPVC double glazed window, open tiled fireplace, suspended timber floor, coved ceiling and radiator.

Uplift Clause 
All land shown as within Lot 3 and the paddock/orchard and garden area in Lot 1 will be subject to an uplift clause. Full details of which will be available from the Vendor's solicitors.

Sitting Room 
12' 6'' x 11' 10'' (3.81m x 3.60m)
With UPVC double glazed bay window, open tiled fireplace, coved ceiling and radiator

Living Room 
14' 7'' x 13' 3'' (4.44m x 4.04m)
With cupboard under the stairs and radiator.

Kitchen 
14' 7'' x 7' 9'' (4.44m x 2.36m)
A range of built in kitchen fittings including a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit, electric hob and oven with eye level grill.

Utility Room 
14' 3'' x 8' 10'' (4.34m x 2.69m)
With polycarbonate pitched roof, double bowl and double drainer stainless steel sink unit, plumbing for washing machine, UPVC stable door to the outside.

First Floor Landing 
With store cupboard off.

Bedroom One 
12' 6'' x 12' 4'' (3.81m x 3.76m)
12' 6'' x 12' 4'' (3.81m x 3.76m) PLUS 6'0 (1.83m) x 5' 9" (1.75m) With open fireplace and radiator.

Bedroom Two 
12' 6'' x 10' 2'' (3.81m x 3.10m)
Built in wardrobes along the length of one wall and radiator.

Bedroom Three 
10' 6'' x 10' 3'' (3.20m x 3.12m)
With open fireplace and radiator.

Bedroom Four 
10' 8'' x 5' 4'' (3.25m x 1.62m)
Including built in cupboards with a small corner fireplace.

Bathroom 
8' 9'' x 7' 6'' (2.66m x 2.28m)
With a corner bath with wash basin, bidet and WC, shower over the bath, part tiled walls and radiator.

LOT 3 FARM BUILDINGS AND LAND 
A range of more contemporary farm buildings comprising: Four bay steel framed general purpose building approximately 60' 0" (18.29m) x 40' 0" (12.19m) with corrugated sheet roof, steel framed doors and part concrete floor with lean to on either side being timber framed with concrete block walls, sheeted roof and concrete floor. The buildings open directly onto the pasture land and are suitable for housing and handling of livestock, storage of farm machinery and fodder and other agricultural uses.

THE LAND 
The land extends in total to approximately 84 acres of well established permanent pasture land divided into a number of enclosures. The land is mostly gently sloping with a number of springs and small streams providing a natural water supply to some fields.

UPLIFT CLAUSE 
All land shown as within Lot 3 and the paddock/orchard and garden area in Lot 1 will be subject to an uplift clause. Full details of which will be available from the Vendor's solicitors.

GENERAL 
Tenure : The property is understood to be freehold Services: Mains water and electricity are connected to the property and there is a private drainage system Council Tax: Band D EPC Rating: F

VIEWINGS 
Viewings are to be conducted by appointment with the agents through whom all negotiations should be conducted.

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