Farms and Land for Sale

Glasbury-On-Wye, Hay-On-Wye

28 Apr 2014

McCartneys - Hay-On-Wye
Address of property to sell:
Waunycaerau, Glasbury-On-Wye, Nr. Hay-On-Wye
Acres: 33
Telephone: 01497 820778
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Waunycaerau is a most attractive rural farm, on the market for the first time for 60 years, approached via a winding tree lined driveway and including a detached three bedroomed farmhouse with an extensive range of traditional and modern outbuildings. It is situated in a peaceful and private location surrounded by its 33 acres of land making it ideal as an equestrian property, working small farm, etc. Planning permission is in place for conversion of the original farmhouse/barn into a one bedroomed dwelling, together with a certificate of lawfulness for a mobile home that is situated within the land.

Glasbury (2 miles) is a small village that straddles the A438 and the river Wye with good access to both the surrounding towns and the countryside including the Brecon Beacons National Park. It has a good range of facilities including garage/shop, post office, two public houses, riverside restaurant, village hall, church, primary school, etc. There is a secondary school at Gwernyfed (three miles away) and Hay is approximately 5 miles to the north east offering a wide range of local shopping facilities. The larger towns of Brecon (12 miles) and Hereford (25 miles) are also within easy commuting distance.

open sided with oak front door to:
with quarry tiled floor, radiator, staircase to first floor, doors to:
FARMHOUSE KITCHEN 4.6m (15') x 3.2m (10'5")
with fitted, painted floor and wall units, feature brick chimney breast with oak lintel housing a Rayburn, stainless steel sink, window south west to garden, wood block flooring, door to:
DINING ROOM 4.3m (14'2") x 3.6m (11'8")
with windows north west and north east, radiator, recess lighting, wood flooring, double doors to:
LIVING ROOM 5.5m (17'11") x 4.4m (14'3") max plus 3.4m (11'0") x 2.7m (8'11")
with feature fireplace with Villager wood burning stove, wood flooring, window south west, two windows south east.
UTILITY ROOM 3.5m (11'4") x 2.8m (9'3")
with door and window south east, window north east, quarry tiled floor, fitted sink unit and work surface, plumbing for washing machine, door to:
with low flush WC, quarry tiled floor.
with window north east, fitted book shelves, door to loft store, doors to:
BEDROOM 1 4.4m (14'4") x 3.3m (10'10")
with window south west, cast iron fire grate.
BEDROOM 2 2.7m (8'11") x 2.4m (8')
with window south west.
BEDROOM 3 3.4m (11') x 2.4m (7'10")
with window south west.
BATHROOM 1.8m (6') x 1.8m (6')
with panelled bath, pedestal hand basin, low flush WC, window south east, tiled splashbacks.
The farm is approached via a private meandering driveway, lined with mature lime and chestnut trees. The house sits within a large garden with a terraced front lawn, fruit tree orchard and vegetable garden, Arranged around the traditional farmyard are:
BOX 1 4.2m (13'9") x 3.7m (12'3")
with stable door to yard, feed manger and hay rack.
BOX 2 4.1m (13'5") x 3.9m (12'11")
with stable door to yard, feed manger and hay rack.
BOX 3 4.1m (13'5") x 3.7m (12'1")
with stable door to yard, feed manger and hay rack.
THE OLD FARMHOUSE 9.3m (30'5") x 5.6m (18'4")
with original window openings, original timbers, second floor and loft.
ADJOINING STEEL FRAMED CATTLE 20.0m (65'7") x 7.3m (23'11")
SHED with power and light, water tank.
STONE HAY BARN 15.1m (49'8") x 4.7m (15'5")
through cart passage with large barn doors both sides.
CATTLE SHED 7.8m (25'7") x 5.8m (19'2")
with water, hay rack and manger of block construction with wide gated entrance to yard.
A further traditional Rickyard is surrounded by:
FIVE BAY DUTCH BARN 13.6m (44'7") x 6.3m (20'8")
MACHINERY STORE 7.0m (22'10") x 4.6m (15'2")
open fronted with loft above.
COW SHED 14.0m (45'11") x 9.0m (29'6")
LEAN-TO 9.0m (29'6") x 3.4m (11'2")
with feed manger and water.
The land radiates from this roadway and is laid to permanent pasture being either gently sloping or level fields, two of which have attractive wooded dingles leading down to the Cilcenni Dingle. In addition there is a conservation area, small larch shelter belts and the land enjoys panoramic views from many of the fields. The land is flexible, easily worked and suitable for crop growing, mowing or livestock grazing.
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