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195.69 acres, Pentremiley Farm, Brilley, Nr Hay-on-Wye, HR3 6HJ, Herefordshire
Sold - Guide Price £2,000,000


  • 4 Bedroomed Farmhouse with Spectacular Views
  • A Mixed Stock & Arable Farm
  • Elevated South Facing Location
  • Approx. 195.69 Acres of Pasture and Arable Land in a secluded location
  • Private drive
  • Within 1.5 miles of A438 Hereford to Hay on Wye and Brecon Road
  • A traditional stone Threshing barn together with a range of modern outbuildings and a concrete walled silage pit
  • For Sale by Formal Tender
  • Tender Deadline Monday 30th May 2022 at 12 Noon

Situation:
Pentremiley Farm amounts to 195.69 Acres and is situated in an elevated, south facing, secluded, rural location with the most spectacular views.
The farm lies within 6 miles of the renowned border town of Hay on Wye, famous for being the Countries Second Hand Book Capital and also for the annual Hay Literary Festival. Hay on Wye has the usual facilities of shops, supermarkets, Post Office, Public House’s, Doctors, Vets, Primary and Secondary Education. The County City of Hereford lies within 16 miles to the East with Brecon some 18 miles to the West. Kington is within 8 miles to the North. The area is well served with livestock markets at Hereford, Talgarth, Kington, Builth Wells and Brecon. Pentremiley has a private drive set back from the approaching lane.

Description:
Pentremiley Farm comes to the market for the first time since being occupied by the Bayliss Family in the mid 1950’s.

The Farm lies primarily within a ring fence with either roads or tracks around the total perimeter making access to enclosures in all-weather an easy operation. The house is a four bedroomed stone, square building with the most spectacular views from the Malvern Hills to Hay Bluff and the Black Mountains.

The land is in particularly good heart as Mr Bayliss has applied lime on a regular basis to keep the PH Levels satisfactory. Adjacent to the house is a particularly fine stone Threshing Barn with a good range of modern farm buildings and a concrete walled silage pit. The land is predominantly laid to pasture but there is an arable rotation and cereal crops have been grown for many years.

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