4 bedroom farm for sale

Upper Ucheldre, Brooks, Welshpool, Powys, SY21

Guide Price £650,000

Property Description

Key features

  • An attractive small farm in a convenient yet very private location.
  • A good range of general purpose livestock and storage buildings
  • Attractive block of pasture land
  • Conveniently located midway between Newtown and Welshpool.
  • 4 Bedroom Farmhouse.
  • Land extending to 21.027 hectares (51.95 acres).
  • EPC Rating - F(32)

Full description

An attractive small farm in a convenient yet very private location with a good range of general-purpose livestock and storage buildings and attractive block of pasture land conveniently located midway between Newtown and Welshpool. 4 Bedroom Farmhouse. Land extending to 21.027 hectares (51.95 acres). EPC Rating - F(32). Agri

Upper Ucheldre Farmhouse - The farmhouse is located on the edge of the farmstead with the views to the orchard to the front and open countryside to the side. It has its own parking and turning area and is constructed of stone and rendered walls with artificial slate roof with a lower former Stable to the side now used for additional accommodation under cement fibre sheeted roof. The property has an attractive balanced facade with central entrance doorway and 4 windows with a rear lean-to extension also under cement fibre sheeted roof. Part boarded rear elevation.

In all the farmhouse is situated in a glorious private position with no immediate neighbours providing total privacy and serenity. To the front is a small former orchard, to the side pasture land and to the rear a steeply sloped area of woodland containing sycamore, hawthorn, maple, horse chestnut and ash trees providing a sheltered rear north and westerly elevation.

From the rear the accommodation comprises:

On The Ground Floor -

Small Entrance Hallway -

Kitchen - Fitted pine base and wall units, tiled floor, plumbing for washing machine, airing cupboard, doorway to Living Room.

Front Sitting Room - with window to front elevation.

Rear Shower Room - Panelled walling, WC, hand basin, radiator.

Main Living Room - Brick hearth with open fire, tiled floor, window to front elevation, staircase to first floor, doorway to Storage Area.

Store Room - Radiator, tiled floor, window to front elevation.

On The First Floor -

Landing -

Family Bathroom - comprising panelled bath, WC, wash basin.

Front Double Bedroom (1) - with window to front elevation.

Front Double Bedroom (2) - with window to front elevation.

Rear Single Bedroom (3) -

Separate Staircase From Store Room Leads To: -

Room - With potential to convert to a further Bedroom, currently in basic condition, window to front elevation.

Outside - Lawns to the front and rear.
Useful parking and turning area with covered Garage of concrete block wall sunder steel sheeted roof.
The Farmhouse is separately accessed via a private road passing the farm buildings which lie in close proximity to the house.

Farm Buildings - These are a traditional range with some more modern additions of farm buildings suitable for the farm size and comprise:

Oak Framed Barn - closest to the Farmhouse a traditional oak framed barn with stone and brick base with lapboarded walls under steel sheeted roof which may be suitable for alternative uses subject to the necessary planning permissions and currently used for storage with Loft over.

General Purpose Building - an adjacent portal frame general purpose building being approximately 60ft x 25ft and built of steel portal fram under steel sheeted roof and walls, used for general farm storage and would be suitable for loose livesstock housing and a rear 4-bay sleeper and general livestock house or implement storage approximately 75ft x 25ft, built of steel sheeted roof and walls.

Adjacent 2-Bay Timber Pole Scotch Barn - under a steel sheeted roof and walls, used for implement storage with small side lean-to used for livestock housing, under steel sheeted roof and walls.

Adjacent Former "Park Hall" Building - constructed of timber boarded roof and walls under cement fibre sheeted roof, suitable for storage and loose livestock housing, all set around a concreted yard.

Further Range Of Buildings - constructed of steel portal frame and another range of buildings formerly a "Park Hall" building under a timber roof and walls with part mass concrete base walls under cement fibre sheeted roof approximately 75ft x 25ft.


Useful concreted yard.

3-Bay General Purpose Building - further useful 3-bay general purpose building under steel profile sheeted roof and walls with concrete block base walls, approximately 45ft x 30ft, containing storage or livestock housing.

Adjacent 2-Bay Workshop Building - under steel sheeted roof and walls with mass concrete base walls.

In all the range of buildings provide a good base from which to farm the unit. They are suitable in scale to the farm and would provide suitable accommodation for cattle, sheep and equestrian uses, dependent on the purchaser's requirements.

The Land - The land lies around the farmstead giving the property complete privacy and comprises a number of useful sized and shaped enclosures all laid to permanent pasture approximately 21.027 hectares (51.95 acres) with some amenity woodland. All lying in a very productive agricultural area.

Services - Mains electricity.
Private water supply from a well on the property.
Septic tank drainage.
Part oil fired central heating.

N.B. The services, flues and appliances have not been tested and no warranty is provided with regard to their condition.

Council Tax - Band 'E' (online enquiry).

Tenure - Freehold.

Energy Performance Certificate (Epc) - EPC Rating F(32). A full copy of the EPC is available on request or from our website.

Sporting & Mineral Rights - We understand that the Sporting and Mineral Rights are in hand and will pass with the freehold.

Rights Of Way, Wayleaves & Easements - The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of any existing rights of way, drainage, water and other rights, easements and wayleaves whether by written agreement or otherwise.

Viewing - By arrangement with the Agents.

Directions - From the centre of Berriew proceed along the unclassifed road towards Bettws Cedewain for 2.2 miles and turn right signposed Brooks. Continue for 1.1. Mile and turn left towards Bettws Cedewain and Tregynon. After 0.8 mile the property is found on the right hand side signposted Upper Ucheldre and is approached over a hardcore roadway.

From Bettws Cedewain, proceed from the centre of the village towards Tregynon and on the edge of Bettws Cedewain turn sharply up right, signposted Brooks. Continue on this road for 0.7 miles and keep right at the junction by the Court. Proceed for 0.6 mile where the farm is found on the left hand side signposted Upper Ucheldre, the hardcore drive extends for 0.3 mile to the farmstead.

Money Laundering Regulations - On putting forward an offer to purchase you will be required to produce adequate identification to prove your identity within the terms of the Money Laundering Regulations (MLR 2017 came into force 26.06.2017) E.G: Passport or Photographic Driving Licence and a recent Utility Bill.

Agricultural Mortgage Corporation (Amc) - Morris Marshall & Poole are AMC Agents throughout Mid Wales and the Shropshire Borders. AMC have lent to rural business since 1928 and can now offer loans on smallholdings which create an income to the owner be it letting of grazing or buildings or for a small agricultural or equestrian business. Their loans are competitive and un-callable and may offer tax advantages over a residential mortgage. AMC are also able to lend against the value of land and buildings. For a free initial discussion please contact any office.

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Nearest station

  • Newtown (4.7 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Morris Marshall & Poole, Newtown

10 Broad Street, Newtown, Montgomeryshire, SY16 2LZ

01686 514004 Local call rate

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