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583 acres, Llanddewi Brefi, Tregaron, SY25, West Wales
For Sale - £750,000

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  • *** Located amongst the Cambrian Mountains, bordering the Pysgotwr Fawr ***
  • *** Particularly noted for its high value conservation status, lying at between 900 ft and 1358 ft above sea level ***
  • *** Healthy in-bye meadows and pastures, plus extensive hill and mountain grazing. In total 583.016 acres (235.938 ha) ***
  • *** The farm offers a period 4 bedroomed family sized farmhouse *** Useful sheep shed, traditional dilapidated barns requiring renovation ***
  • *** EPC rating G ***

*** Located amongst the Cambrian Mountains, bordering the Pysgotwr Fawr *** 5 miles South-East from Llanddewi Brefi, 8 miles from Tregaron, 14 miles from the University town of Lampeter.  Aberystwyth 40 minutes ***

*** A gloriously positioned upland farm, the like of which is rarely available on the open market *** The farm is located in an environmentally sensitive area *** Particularly noted for its high value conservation status, lying at between 900 ft and 1358 ft above sea level *** Entirely fenced and appealing to a range of potential purchasers, with agricultural, conservation and leisure appeal ***  The farm offers a period 4 bedroomed family sized farmhouse *** Useful sheep shed, traditional dilapidated barns requiring renovation *** Healthy in-bye meadows and pastures, plus extensive hill and mountain grazing. In total 583.016 acres (235.938 ha) ***

Viewings strictly by prior engagement with the Sole Selling Agents Morgan and Davies Telephone: 01570 423 623 or lampeter@morgananddavies.co.uk   



Private water supply from gravitational source, mains electricity, private drainage. Telephone subject to BT regulations.



TENURE
The Farm is Freehold and is sold with full vacant possession.

WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS AND RIGHTS OF WAY
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all easements , wayleaves and rights of ways both declared and undeclared.

METHOD OF SALE
The sale is upon the kind instructions of the Administrator in the Estate of the late David Islwyn Roberts dec'd, by Private Treaty. Prospective purchasers are invited to carry our their own enquiries with the Welsh Government and Ceredigion County Council.

GENERAL
The placing of Brynglas on the open market provides prospective purchasers with an extremely rare and most unique opportunity of acquiring one of the most interesting upland farms to come to the market in Mid Wales this year.

The Farm itself is extremely extensive and is located in one of the most unspoilt and secluded locations amongst the Cambrian Mountains and Upper Teifi Valley, between the Afon Pysgotwr Fach. These rivers are both tributaries in the upper reaches of the Towy Valley. The diversity of the environment and secluded nature of the holding cannot be underestimated. It is a farm that is high in its conservation value, but equally appeals to agriculturalists, conservationists and those seeking an opportunity for environmental contribution and long term sustainability.

The Farm is located within the Cambrian Mountains environmentally sensitive area and includes the mountains known as Hafod Las and Pen yr Gerfan which rises to almost 1400ft above sea level.

THE FARMHOUSE
The farmhouse was built originally in 1903 and is of substantial solid stone masonry construction, under a Welsh slated roof. It has 4 bedrooms and is in need of modernisation.

The property provides more particularly as follows:-

ENTRANCE/RECEPTION HALL
Upvc entrance door to reception hall.

SITTING ROOM
With modern tiled fireplace.

FRONT RECEPTION ROOM
With modern tiled fireplace.

LIVING ROOM
16' 0" x 8' 0" (4.88m x 2.44m) with Rayburn oil fired range running domestic hot water.

KITCHENETTE/UTILITY ROOM


FIRST FLOOR


BATHROOM
With three piece suite, comprising panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush w.c.

2 X FURTHER FRONT DOUBLE BEDROOMS


SINGLE BEDROOM


REAR DOUBLE BEDROOM
With airing cupboard with copper cylinder and immersion heater

EXTERNALLY


THE FARM & BUILDINGS
The Farm is approached over a long track and a small bridge via a very rough track. This track serves the hard based small yard area, to which adjoins a steel and block built sheep shed approx 40' x 30'. There are two dilapidated stone ranges. Former garden and orchard area.

THE LAND
The land is high lying, lying between 900' and 138 ' above sea level. It includes extensive areas of rough grazing and is bordered on two sides by natural streams, the Afon Pysgotwr Fawr and the Afon Pysgotwr Fach. The land is chiefly south facing but encompasses the mountains of Hafod Las and Pen yr Gerfan, together with valuable in-bye former hay and pasture meadows for in wintering.

The land is scheduled as Glasdir organic status and is eligible for BPS (Basic Payment Scheme). Further details are available on application to the sole Agents.

In total the farm extends to some 583.016 acres (235.938 ha).

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