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90-acre farm on the market

Created on 19/03/2016 @ 08:08
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A 90-acre livestock and arable farm on the Powys-Shropshire border is on the market for a guide price of £1.1 million and expected to appeal to a wide range of prospective buyers.

Penrhos Farm, Penrhos, Llanymynech, near Oswestry comprises a four bedroomed farmhouse, extensive range of modern and traditional farm buildings and pasture and arable land extending to around 89.78 acres.

One of the traditional farm buildings, a cowshed and dairy, has planning consent for conversion to a residential unit.

The farm is available as a whole or in three lots. Lot one, comprising the farmhouse, buildings and 5.86 acres of land, has guide price of £380,000.

Lot two, comprising 39.01 acres of productive pasture capable of heavy stocking during the growing season with roadside access and mains water supply, would complement lot one and has a guide of £7,000 to £8,000 an acre.

Lot three, which has a guide price of £9,000 to £10,000 an acre, comprises a formidable 44.91-acre block of arable land with good access, mains water supply and a central hardcore track. This land is currently used for winter wheat and pasture.

“The layout of Penrhos Farm means that it can easily be farmed as one unit, but also would conveniently split into three lots, which allows prospective buyers the flexibility to tailor their purchase to suit their available funds,” said Halls’ director James Evans, manager of the company’s Welshpool office.

“Lot one, whilst being a perfectly suitable base from which to run the whole farm, would also make a superb smallholding in its own right and would definitely appeal to those with equestrian interests.”

The farmhouse, which requires modernisation, comprises an entrance lobby, living room, farmhouse kitchen, sitting room with an inglenook, office, conservatory and utility on the ground floor.  Upstairs there is a master bedroom, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The utility houses a 20 KV generator for use an emergency electricity supply.

Outside there is concrete yard for parking and turning, a double garage, separate WC, storeroom and workshop. The large gardens include a front lawn, kitchen garden, orchard, polytunnel, garden shed and chicken house and run, adjoined by a paddock.

The farm has a range of both modern and traditional farm buildings set around concrete yards. The buildings comprise a traditional stock yard, Dutch barn, corn bin, storage areas, livestock building, young stock shed, grain store, concrete half covered collecting yard, steel framed modern range with cubicles for 29 to each side, concrete open feeding yard, two more steel framed buildings, cubicle shed for 35 cubicles, slurry and dirty water lagoons.

Viewing is by appointment with Halls, Welshpool on Tel: 01938 555552.

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