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Snead, Montgomery, Powys, SY15

Guide Price
£650,000
Added on 20/08/2021
Mark Wiggin Estate Agents, Ludlow
PROPERTY TYPE
Detached
BEDROOMS
×4
BATHROOMS
×2

Key features

  • Kitchen/breakfast room | Dining room | Sitting room
  • Study | Store room | Play room/cellar | Utility room & WC
  • Four double bedrooms (One en-suite) | Family bathroom
  • Garage | Stores | Brick outbuilding
  • Outbuilding with planning permission | Storage barn
  • Large steel-framed Dutch barn with A1 use
  • CL 5-bay caravan site | External shower room & WC
  • Gardens | Patio | Large parking area
  • About 1.04 acres in total
  • EPC: Exempt

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

A superb Grade II listed farmhouse with an excellent range of outbuildings ideal for commercial or residential purposes.

The Property
Snead Farm offers an exciting opportunity to acquire a tremendous set up with the potential for a variety of uses, including residential and commercial. There is a beautiful period four bedroom farmhouse, a large brick outbuilding with planning permission, a superb steel framed Dutch barn with A1 use, a further storage barn, a CL caravan site with 5 allocated bays and much more.

The farmhouse offers a wealth of character and period features throughout. The property is approached just off the road and has ample parking for numerous vehicles. The ground floor comprises: the kitchen/breakfast room, the sitting room, the dining room, study and a store room. The kitchen/breakfast room is a superb period room benefitting from gorgeous high ceilings. There are integrated units and appliances, including a large Rangemaster with a gas hob, a Belfast sink and ample space for dining. There is a beautiful large stone inglenook fireplace that houses a multi-fuel burning stove. The dining room is filled with character with stone flagstones, exposed beams throughout and also benefits from a similar inglenook fireplace to the kitchen that houses a wood burning stove. The sitting room overlooks the superb gardens and views beyond, it also houses a wood burning stove. There is a useful study room that leads in to a superb store room providing ample storage for the property. There is a utility room with a WC on the ground floor that can be accessed from outside, it offers a wealth of character with a superb period bread oven and has plumbing for all of the necessary appliances. There are also integrated units with a Belfast sink. As the room benefits from a WC, it could be converted in to an annexe for the main house (subject to the necessary consents). There is a superb cellar room downstairs, that could be used as a snug/games room. It can be accessed from the hallway or by an external door in the garden.

The first floor is accessed by a beautiful wooden staircase, the accommodation comprises: four double bedrooms, one of which benefits from an en-suite bathroom and there is a family bathroom to service the other bedrooms.

Outbuildings
Snead Farm benefits from an exceptional range of outbuildings that provide the possibility for endless uses (subject to the necessary consents). There is a superb 60' x 40' steel framed Dutch barn that currently has A1 usage. This could continue as commercial use or could potentially be converted in to residential dwellings. A storage barn constructed of breeze block that is around 40' x 30'. A superb large brick outbuilding that currently has planning permission for conversion into two dwellings, however, it could just provide further storage for the farmhouse. There is a utility room for the farmhouse that is accessed outside and has a WC within, again, this could be converted into a small annexe if required (subject to the necessary consents). There is an external shower room and WC that services the caravan site. There is a storage container that is around 40' x 9'.

Outside
The gardens that lie to the farmhouse are mainly laid to lawn with well stocked herbaceous borders and shrubs throughout. They have been immaculately kept by the current vendors and enjoy some spectacular far reaching countryside views. The grounds extend to around 1.15 acres in total and surrounding the outbuildings there is a large gravelled area providing ample parking for numerous vehicles. There is a CL caravan site that allows for 5 bays.

Situation
Snead Farm is just over the Welsh border situated just off the A489 in between Bishops Castle and Church Stoke. Churchstoke is nearby and has a garage and a local store. A short distance away, Bishops Castle provides all of the day-to-day amenities including shops, supermarkets, pubs, restaurants and much more. Nearby market towns include Ludlow and Church Stretton, both of which provide further amenities and also benefit from train stations connecting you to the wider network. Shrewsbury can be reached at around 30 minutes away and provides further shopping and facilities all round. The A49 connects you to the wider motorway network.

Directions: From Ludlow, head North on the A49. Proceed through Craven Arms, continue for around 2 miles and turn left signposted for Bishops Castle. Continue on this road for about 8.3 miles and turn right at the junction. Continue for about half a mile and turn left. Continue on the A489 for about 1.6 miles and find the property on the left-hand side indicated by metal gates.

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Local Authority: Powys County Council

Services: Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.

Council Tax: Band G

Wayleaves, easements and rights of way: The property will be sold subject to and with the benefits of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether mentioned in these sales particulars or not.

Viewings: Strictly by appointment via Mark Wiggin Estate Agents.

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Snead, Montgomery, Powys, SY15

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  • Church Stretton Station9.3 miles
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About the agent

Mark Wiggin Estate Agents, Ludlow

50 Bull Ring, Ludlow, SY8 1AB

MARK WIGGIN Estate Agents are Ludlow’s newest Agents but with the most experienced and passionate Agent in the Region running the business. Mark has been selling property from derelict cottages to stately homes for over 34 years and is one of the most passionate people in the business. He has lived in the area for decades and has huge local knowledge. His firm is only involved in sales and specialises in first class service, unrivalled contacts throughout the Country and delivering great resu

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