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131.3 acres, Tyn-y-Shettin Farm, New Mills, Newtown, Powys, SY16 3NS, Mid Wales
Sold (STC)

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Tyn-y-Shettin Farm is a productive upland livestock farm set in an elevated position, commanding outstanding views from all aspects. This property would also be suitable for equestrian use.

Tyn-y-Shettin Farm includes a large traditional 4/5 bedroom farmhouse, an extensive range of modern and traditional farm buildings, and approximately 131.30 acres (53.14 ha) of land, including both mowing and grazing land and parcels of broadleaf woodland, all within a ring fence.

Tyn-y-Shettin Farm is for sale by Private Treaty and is available as a whole or in 3 Lots:

Lot 1: Tyn-y-Shettin Farmhouse, a range of modern and traditional farm buildings and 53.62 acres (21.70 ha) of land comprising pasture and mowing land and a parcel of broadleaf woodland.

Lot 2: 50.63 acres (20.49 ha) or thereabouts, of productive roadside accommodation land consisting of pasture and mowing land, and a useful parcel of broadleaf woodland.

Lot 3: 27.05 acres (10.95 ha) or thereabouts, of productive roadside accommodation land, comprising of both pasture and mowing land.



LOT 1 - - Tyn-y-Shettin Farmhouse, a range of modern and traditional farm buildings and 53.62 acres (21.70 ha) of land comprising of productive pasture and mowing land, and a parcel of broadleaf woodland.

A large, traditional 4/5 bedroom farmhouse of mock Tudor style with lawned gardens to the rear and driveway to the front. The property is of timber frame construction with half timber boarding walls, tiled roof and wooden framed, double glazed windows.

The dwelling is blessed with traditional features throughout, including exposed beams, tiled floors and inglenook fireplaces.

The property benefits from outstanding views over the surrounding countryside and is accessed via a private hardcore/tarmacadam track off the council highway. An alternative second access is available subject to some repair and construction works along this route.

Services: Mains Electricity · Private and Mains Water Connection · Oil Central Heating · Wood Burners· Septic Tank Drainage · EPC Rating: F · Council Tax Band: F

ACCOMMODATION
Ground Floor accessed via front porch:

• Reception Room 1 (4.82m x 3.01m)
• Reception Room 2 (3.59m x 3.72m)
• Kitchen (7.02m x 2.13m)
• Utility (2.34m 2.25m)
• Toilet (1.25m x 0.71m)
• Rear Entrance Hallway
• Bathroom (3.73m x 2.20m)
• Reception Room 3 (4.69m x 2.54m)
• Reception Room 4 (4.77m 4.00m)

(All Measurements are Approximate)

ACCOMMODATION
First Floor accessed via two staircases:
• Hallway (6.51m x 1.71m))
• Double Bedroom 1 (4.75m 2.70m)
• Double Bedroom 2 (4.13m x 3.13m)
• Boiler Room (1.24m x 2.35m)
• Bathroom (3.15m x 2.47m)
• Office (3.14m 2.33m)
• Double Bedroom 3 (3.48 x 4.83m)
• Cellar

(All Measurements are Approximate)

Farmyard

To include an extensive range of modern and traditional farm buildings set in an area of hard standing. A connection to a water and mains electricity supply is available.
Schedule of Buildings: (All measurements are approximate)
1. Livestock Housing (23.9m x 22.2m) – steel portal frame building with corrugated metal sheeting roof, Yorkshire boarding above concrete panel walls and concrete floor, split into 3 compartments comprising central feed passage with feed barriers and housing area either side. Water and electricity connection.
2. Dutch Barn (6.9m x 19.1m) – timber framed with corrugated sheeting walls and roof. Electricity connection.
3. Livestock Housing (8.7m x 18.9m)– timber framed with corrugated metal sheeting roof and corrugated metal sheeting above concrete block walls.
4. Fodder/Machinery Building (5.9m x 13.0m) – timber framed, open sided with corrugated metal sheeting roof and lean-to (4.1m x 9.4m)
5. Livestock Housing (14.6m x 10.9m) – timber framed, corrugated metal sheeting roof with corrugated metal sheeting above concrete block walls.
6. Stable Block (15.1m x 6.0m) – timber framed, brick walls and slate/corrugated metal sheeting roof comprising 3 stable blocks and central handling area with wooden hay manger and stone floor.
7. Stable Block (5.4m x 23.2m) – 2 storey constructed of brick below wooden boarding walls and slate roof. 6 individual stable blocks with hayloft above. Previously had planning permission for conversion.
8. Former Granary (6.5m x 22.7m) – 2 storey building constructed of slate/asbestos sheeting roof with timber boarding/brick walls.
9. Livestock Housing (7.1m x 17.1m) – timber frame lean-to with corrugated metal sheeting roof, concrete block below corrugated metal sheeting walls and concrete floor, comprising a feed passage and open at both gable ends.
10. Livestock Housing (13.4m x 14.1m) – timber frame, brick walls and asbestos sheeting roof. Split into 3 compartments with lean-to (9.1m x 3.2m). Water connected.
11. Livestock Housing (12.5m x 15.7m) – timber framed, corrugated sheeting roof and corrugated metal sheeting above concrete block walls to 3 elevations. Feed barrier and water connection.
12. Dog Kennels (3.9m x 8.5m) – Corrugated iron sheeting walls and roof. 6 kennels.
13. Former Pigsty (5.1m x 8.5m) – corrugated iron sheeting roof and concrete block walls, split into 3 compartments. Currently used for storage.

53.62 acres (21.7 ha) of land comprising grazing and mowing land, and a block of broadleaf woodland

The land extends to 53.62 acres (21.70 ha), or thereabouts comprising well-maintained pasture and mowing land and block of native broadleaf woodland, all situated within a ring fence.

The land is in good heart and split into conveniently sized enclosures with well-maintained hedgerows and post and wire netting. The external boundary is stockproof with post and wire netting and/or well-maintained mature hedgerow. The land is conveniently accessed from the central farmyard.

The land is served by a natural water supply in the form of streams and benefits from boundary trees and areas of woodland, providing shelter for livestock. There is a mains water supply available with a water trough located between parcels SJ0900 0216 and SJ0800 9124.

Field parcel SJ0900 0216 contains a useful livestock building which is connected to a water supply.


LOT 2 - 50.63 acres (20.49 ha) or thereabouts of productive roadside accommodation land consisting of pasture and mowing land and a useful block of native broadleaf woodland

The land is split into two enclosures, is in good heart and conveniently situated within a ring fence. There is a mature boundary hedge to the roadside and well-maintained post and wire fences to the remaining boundaries. The land is accessed via a field gate using a right of way over a tarmac track.

The land is served by a natural water supply in the form of streams and benefits from boundary trees and a block of woodland, providing shelter for livestock. The woodland, known as ‘Coed Ty’n Y Shettin’ comprises of native broadleaf species and has been used to graze livestock. A public right of way is present on parcel SO0899 8194 located on the South West boundary of the woodland.


LOT 3 - 27.05 acres (10.95 ha) or thereabouts, of productive roadside accommodation land consisting of both pasture and mowing land, all within a ring fence

The land is in good heart and split into three enclosures via well-maintained hedgerows and post and wire netting. The external boundary is stockproof benefitting from a mature boundary hedgerow. The land is conveniently accessed via a field gate off the council-maintained highway and there are stoned gateways internally.

The land is served by a natural water supply in the form of a stream and benefits from boundary trees and small areas of woodland, providing shelter for livestock. There is a public right of way across parcel SJ0900 3045.

EASEMENTS, WAYLEAVES AND RIGHTS OF WAY
The land is sold with the benefits of all wayleaves, easements, rights of way and third party rights, whether mentioned in these particulars or not. A public right of way crosses the farm.

TENURE
The property is available on a freehold basis with vacant possession on completion.

METHOD OF SALE
The property is offered for sale by private treaty.

BOUNDARIES
The purchaser will be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries comprising the property. Neither the vendor nor their agents shall be responsible for defining the boundaries of the ownership thereof.

BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
No Basic Payment Entitlements are included with the sale of the property. These may be available for sale by separate negotiation.

SPORTING, TIMBER AND MINERAL RIGHTS
All sporting rights, including fishing rights, timber and mineral rights as they are owned are included in the sale.

SERVICES
The farmhouse benefits from a water supply in the form of a private well and mains connection. The land benefits from a natural and mains water supply.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Powys County Council, Powys County Hall, Spa Road East, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5LG

DIRECTIONS
From Welshpool: Proceed on the A483, South towards Newtown. After approximately 5 miles, take the right turning towards Berriew (B4390). Proceed through Berriew and along the B4390, passing through Pantyffridd, Manafon and New Mills. After leaving New Mills, proceed over the bridge and then take the first right, and the property will be located on the left by the way of an agent’s sale board.


VIEWING
Viewing of the house is strictly by appointment only with the selling Agents.

The land can be viewed in daylight hours whilst in the possession of these particulars.


For more information please contact:
Tudor Watkins BSc (Hons) MRICS FAAV, Partner or Amy Thomas BSc (Hons) at our Welshpool office
Tel: 01938 554499/07710522558
Email: tudor@rogerparry.net
amy@rogerparry.net

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