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Llangattock, Crickhowell

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Added on 12/10/2021
Williams Associates Chartered Surveyors, Williams Associates Chartered Surveyors
Farm House

Key features

  • Grade II Listed three bedroom Farmhouse
  • Traditional Stone Barns & Modern Agricultural Buildings
  • Approx. 25 acres of pastureland
  • The A40 and the desirable market town of Crickhowell is less than 3 miles, Central London approx. 3 hours by train from Abergavenny station.

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

Ty'r Phillip Evan Farm is an upland farm situated in an elevated position with far reaching views towards Crickhowell and to the Brecon Beacons beyond.

The Grade II listed farmhouse is surrounded by its own land yet a short distance from the council road.

* Detached Grade II Listed farmhouse with three
generous sized bedrooms.
* Attached stone barns suitable for conversion
to residential or recreational use (subject to
planning permission).
* Useful range of modern portal frame and
timber frame agricultural buildings.
* Approximately 25 acres (10.11 hectares) of
agricultural land mainly permanent pasture
* Easily extended to incorporate attached stone
barns with potential to create a stunning family
home (STPP).
* The A40 and the desirable market town of
Crickhowell is less than 3 miles, Central London
approx. 3 hours by train from Abergavenny

Situated in the centre of the farm is the Grade II
listed farmhouse, believed to date back to around
1639. The dwelling is a derived long house type
with an attached three bay byre, the attached
barn is believed to be circa 17th or 18th century.
Formerly part of the Beaufort Estate it was sold off
around the turn of the 19th century.

Outside the property is a large concrete yard for
parking and turning of several vehicles.

The accommodation briefly comprises of:

Entrance Porch Quarry tile floor and glazed door to
sitting room.

Sitting Room 12' 2" x 10' 3" (3.71m x 3.13m)
with glazed window to front, large open hearth
and adjacent bread oven. Exposed beams. Steps
leading to kitchen and dining room. Radiator.

Kitchen 14' 11" x 9' 3" (4.54m x 2.81m) glazed
windows to rear overlooking the back garden,
fitted wooden wall and floor units together with
an electric oven, hob and extractor unit. Vinyl
flooring. Radiator.

Dining Room 20' 1" x 17' 1" (6.13m x 5.20m)
bright and airy room with original flagstone floor
and inglenook fireplace containing a traditional
Range. Glazed window to side and glazed panel
door to side lawn and garden. Exposed beams
and oak panelling. Door to spiral stairs and step to
dairy. Radiator.

Dairy 20' 1" x 8' 9" (6.13m x 2.67m) Flagstone
floor and traditional salting slab. Windows to side.
Exposed beams and oak panelling.

First Floor

Large landing with solid wood floor leading to all
bedrooms and family bathroom. Radiator.

Bedroom 9' 9" x 11' 6" (2.98m x 3.51m) Neutral
décor, window to side and solid wood floor.

Bedroom 9' 9" x 15' 11" (2.98m x 4.85m) Neutral
décor, window to side and solid wood floor.

Bedroom 12' 2" x 11' 3" (3.71m x 3.43m) Neutral
décor, double glazed window to the front, solid
wood floor. Radiator.

Bathroom 9' 5" x 8' 9" (2.87m x 2.67m) Window
to rear garden. W.C., wash hand basin, panel bath
with electric power shower over. Radiator.


There is a lawn to the side and rear of the property
together with a patio for outside entertaining.
There are also a number of well-established borders
and shrubs surrounding the dwelling.

Attached to the dwelling is an extensive range of
traditional stone buildings comprising of a full
height Hay Barn (6.13m x 6.18m), Cow Byre (6.13m
x 4.67m) with Hay Loft (5.85m x 4.67m). On the
south-western side is an outside W.C., General
Store (6.50m x 3.72m), Workshop (6.19m x 3.72m)
and Lean-to stone Shed together with Loft space
(12.69m x 3.72m).

Situated a short distance from the farmhouse is a
useful range of modern portal frame and timber
frame agricultural buildings briefly comprising
Dutch Barn (13.64m x 7.12m)
Sheep Sheds - Lean-to (31.88m x 7.42m)
Cattle Sheds - Lean-to (31.88m x 5.50m)
Timber Frame Lean-to (18.32m x 7.65m)

The buildings are arranged over a number of
levels and divided by concrete walls and gates.

The land is well positioned around the farmhouse
and modern buildings and extends in total to
25 acres (10.11 hectares).

The 'Grade 4' Land as classified by Agricultural
Land Classification maps of England and Wales is
gently undulating.

The land is interspersed with mature trees,
hedgerows and stone walls.

From Crickhowell proceed south and cross the
River Usk (A4077). Turn left and then immediately
right for Llangattock. Proceed along Hillside Road,
cross over Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal, pass
Brecon Park Boats Marina on left, after approx.
1/3 mile turn right. Proceed uphill for 3/4 miles,
Ty'r Phillip Evan Farm can be found on your left.


Freehold with Vacant Possession on completion.

The property is sold, subject to and with the
benefit of, all existing rights of way, light, support,
drainage, water and electricity supplies and
other rights and obligations, easements, quasi
easements and restrictive covenants and all
existing and proposed wayleaves or masts, pylons,
stays, cables, drains and water, gas or other pipes,
whether referred to in the general remarks and
stipulations or particulars of sale or not, and to
the provisions of any planning scheme of County
or Local Authorities.

These are based upon Ordnance Survey and are for
reference only. The purchaser shall be deemed to
have satisfied themselves as to the description of
the property. Any error or mis-statement shall not
annul a sale or entitle any party to compensation
in respect thereof.

The purchaser shall be deemed to have full
knowledge of all boundaries and neither
the Vendor, not the Vendor's Agent, will be
responsible to define all the boundaries or the
ownership thereof. Should any dispute arise as to
the boundaries, or any points on the particulars or
plans, or its interpretation of them, the questions
shall be referred to the Vendor's Agent whose
decision acting as experts will be final.

Mains electricity, spring water supply and septic
tank drainage. Oil fire central heating in the

All fixtures and fittings are excluded from the
sale unless specifically referred to in the sale

The sporting rights, timber and minerals rights
are included within the sale in so far as they are



Brecon Beacons National Park, Plas y Ffynon,
Cambrian Way, Brecon, LD3 7HP

Neither the seller nor the selling Agents are
responsible for the safety of those viewing the
property and accordingly, all individuals do so at
their own risk.

We are required by Law to verify the identity
and address of everyone who offers, bids or
buys property. Please provide the following
documentation with your offer:
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2. Residency ID e.g. current utility Bill

The property is for sale, as a whole, by Private

All viewings Strictly by Appointment with the

Williams Associates Chartered Surveyors
The Old School, The Bryn, Penpergwm,
Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, NP7 9AH
Contact: Stephen Williams or Eifion Morgan

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the property and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of
fact. Purchasers must satisfy themselves, by inspection or otherwise, regarding the
items mentioned below and as to the contents of these particulars. If any points
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working order, or that the property is in good structural condition or otherwise. It
should not be assumed that any contents/furnishings/furniture etc. photographed are
included in the sale, not that the property remains as displayed in the photograph(s).
No assumption is made with regard to parts of the property that have not been
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be assumed that the property has all the necessary planning, building regulations, or
other consents. Where any reference is made to planning permission, or potential
uses, such information is given in good faith. The information in these particulars
do not form part of an offer or contract and neither the Agents or their employees
have any authority to make or give any representations or warranties whatsoever in
relation to this property.


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Llangattock, Crickhowell

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  • Ebbw Vale Town Station4.8 miles
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