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Bryn Teg, Rhes Y Cae Flintshire CH8








392,040 sq ft

36,422 sq m

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Key features

  • Smallholding - 2 Bed Detached in need of renovation
  • Development Opportunity
  • Peaceful and Idyllic Rural Location
  • Views over the surrounding Countryside
  • Land extending to 9 Acres
  • Modern Agricultural Buildings
  • Diversification Opportunities


Bryn Teg is a smallholding comprising a two bedroom detached property in an elevated position and in need of renovation, with land extending to approximately 9 acres with modern agricultural buildings, in a peaceful and idyllic rural location, a short distance from the village and enjoying views over the surrounding countryside.

The property is located at the end of a track and offers potential purchasers a rare and fantastic opportunity to acquire a development project in an enviable position and if desired the potential for future income potential through diversification, subject to the necessary consents.

Planning was previously granted, to extend the current accommodation into a four bed property, and allows prospective purchasers an insight into the scope and potential of the property.

The property boasts land extending to approximately nine acres with modern out buildings including an inspection pit, ideal for those motor enthusiasts and will appeal to those with equestrian interests, lifestyle users, smallholders, those interested in creating a leisure business and those looking for a venture to create, your very own unique family home.

A virtual tour is available via which shows the setting and grounds.

The property is stone and brick built, with external wall insulation under a slate roof and is set back from the track in an elevated position, enjoying the surrounding views over the countryside and its own land, offering the perfect opportunity to create a unique family home. The current accommodation in brief comprises the following:



Stairs to first floor, internal doors leading to both reception rooms:

Log burner, ideal for those cosy winter nights. Exposed beamed ceiling. Radiator

Feature open fire place with stone surround, exposed beam ceiling, carpet and radiator. Interior door to:

Continuation of quarry tiled flooring.

Stainless steel sink and drainer, wall and base units, quarry tiled flooring.

Quarry tiled flooring.

With suite comprising, w.c., wash hand basin and bath




The property has benefitted from planning permission in the past, to alter and extend the existing property to provide a four bed dwelling and gives prospective purchasers an insight into the scope and potential the property offers. Further details are available from Flintshire County Council planning portal under reference 052024. This permission has lapsed.

To the front of the property is a hardstanding area, providing ample parking, with a lawned area beyond. Situated to the rear of the property, is the garden area.

Interested parties will realise the property drive leading up from the access track by the buildings is not shaded on the plan. This area is not owned with the property and is owned by another third party. The current owners of the property have enjoyed unrestricted use of this area since being at the property, for some 70 years.

The land is all laid to pasture, stock proofed having supported a lambing enterprise over the years and is comprised within several enclosures, to the north, east and south east sides of the property.

The land immediately adjoining the property is predominantly flat with gently sloping banks to both sides to the far east side and benefits from shelter belts. Leads into the enclosures to the south east, which are flat and gently sloping in part with direct access onto Halkyn Common.

The buildings sited to the front of the property include a large metal framed, corrugated sheeted clad livestock shed with lean to's, currently used for lambing, livestock housing, and storage for both vehicles and fodder. It also includes an adjoining block built garage, complete with inspection pit, ideal for those motor enthusiasts!
There is a modern two bay timber framed, corrugated sheeted open fronted shed, which is currently used for housing vehicles and for livestock housing.

The property benefits from grazing rights to graze ewes plus followers over the adjoining Halkyn Common. To which access is possible directly from the land.

The property is approached off the council maintained road and a right of way exists over the unadopted lane and track leading to the property.
A right of access exists for the neighbouring land owner through areas 3853 and 3950.

Mains Electricity. Water,
Private Drainage
The property has recently benefitted fromAir Souce Pump Heating and Solar Panels.

EPC - Current - F

COUNCIL TAX - Flintshire County Council - Band 'F'

Strictly by appointment through the selling agents.

The property is sold freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

Easements, Wayleaves, Public & Private Rights of Way

The property is sold subject to an easement with the benefit of all public and private rights of way, light, drainage, cable, pylons or other easements, restrictions or obligations, whether or not the same are described in these particulars or contract of sale.


The plans and schedule of land is based on the Ordnance Survey. These particulars and plans are believed to be correct, but neither the vendor nor the agents shall be held liable for any error or mis-statement, fault or defect in the particulars and plans, neither shall such error, mis-statement, fault or defect annul the sale. The purchasers will be deemed to have inspected the property and satisfied themselves as to the condition and circumstances thereof.


The purchaser will be required to provide verification documents for identity and address purposes and will be notified of acceptable documents at point of sale.


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GUIDE PRICE Offers in the region of £500,000

Disclaimer: Services: None of the services, fittings or appliances (if any), heating installations, plumbing or electrical systems have been tested and no warranty is given as to their working ability. The foregoing particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property only, their accuracy is not guaranteed and they do not form part of an offer or contract.

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Bryn Teg, Rhes Y Cae Flintshire CH8


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