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Equestrian smallholding

 
Created on 24/06/2015 @ 15:16


Horse owners seeking a smallholding with seven acres of land in a picturesque Mid Wales location are being advised by agents Halls to check out Bryn Ceffyl at Dolanog near Welshpool.

 

On offer at £569,500, the property comprises a substantial family home, annexe accommodation, a stable yard with a range of loose boxes, a steel framed multi-purpose building and pastureland divided into conveniently-sized enclosures.

 

Bryn Ceffyl, which is located 13 miles from Welshpool, occupies an elevated position with glorious views over unspoilt countryside. In the original part of the house there is an entrance hall, large farmhouse style, fitted kitchen with a Town and Country double oven range cooker, sitting room, reception room with low level inglenook, front conservatory with French windows, utility and wc on the ground floor.

 

Upstairs there is a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, built-in his and hers wardrobes and dressing table, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The annexe, which was built in 2013, brings a new dimension to the property and offers separate family accommodation for parents, guests or could be let out to provide a further income.

 

The annexe has a kitchen and sitting room on the ground floor and two bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor.

 

Of particular note are the land and outbuildings which lend themselves for equine use, with six stables and a tackroom set around a concrete yard as well as a further three-bay, multi-purpose steel framed building. The land is all down to pasture and is ideal for keeping horses, ponies or other livestock.

 

Bryn Ceffyl is accessed via one of two driveways. A gravel driveway runs across the rear of the property with ample parking space, brick retaining walls, a lawned area with shrubs and trees, while to the side of the property is a further brick paved parking and turning area which adjoins the annexe patio area.

The main gardens are situated to the front and comprise a large lawn interspersed with a varied selection of plants, shrubs and ornamental trees. A decked timber walkway leads from the side parking area to the front garden and decked area with a small feature bridge over a stream.

 

“Bryn Ceffyl has something to appeal to everyone and an inspection is highly recommended,” said James Evans, manager of Halls’ Welshpool office.

 

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

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