Soar, Brecon, Powys

£850,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Ground Floor

Entrance Hall With a wooden staircase to the first floor, exposed stone wall and doors leading to:

Shower Room Comprising of a shower cubicle, wash basin and low flush W/C.

Kitchen/Dining Room A spacious farmhouse kitchen, 2 double glazed uPVC windows to front overlooking the farmyard, feature fireplace (not operational) and space for dining table and chairs.

Utility Room Single glazed timber framed window to rear and side and original flagstone flooring.

Reception Room Fitted with a log burner on a stone hearth, 2 single glazed timber frame windows to side eleveation, carpeted floor and sliding doors leading to:

Conservatory A modern double glazed south facing conservatory overlooking the farmyard with an attractive exposed stone wall surround.

First Floor

Bedroom 1 A spacious bedroom with windows on three elevations, 3 single glazed timber framed windows and 1 double glazed uPVC window, access hatch to the loft and an exposed stone wall.

Bedroom 2 With 2 double glazed uPVC windows to front aspect, fitted shelving and feature fireplace.

Bedroom 3 Single glazed timber framed window to rear and exposed floorboards.

Bedroom 4 Single glazed timber framed window to rear.

Bedroom 5 Double glazed uPVC windows to front

Bathroom Comprising a 3 piece suite to include a wash hand basin, low flush W/C, bath, radiator and a single glazed timber framed window.

OUTSIDE The farmhouse and buildings are grouped around a gently sloping farmyard which has a southerly aspect providing a large parking and turning area.

THE PRINCIPLE OUTBUILDINGS A particular feature of the farm are the wonderful traditional farm buildings that sit on the courtyard to the front of the farmhouse.

Farmhouse Farm29'10" x 15'5" (9.1m x 4.7m). A stone built former farmhouse presently used as a barn with flagstone flooring and pitched corrugated roof with Solar Panels.

Attached Stone Barn53'6" x 17'9" (16.3m x 5.4m). A large stone barn with pitched slate roof.

Stone Barn 288' (26.82m) x approx. 5' (1.52m). Large stone barn with a pitched corrugated roof. Divided internally to include 3 stables.

Lean to18' x 14' (5.49m x 4.27m). Adjoining the Stone Barn is a wooden framed lean to with corrugated sheets to side and roof

Timber Framed Barn88' x 43' (26.82m x 13.1m). A large timber frame shed with sliding doors to either end, lighting, electricity and a water supply provided in the form of self-fill water bowls.

Timber Framed Open Fronted Shed89' x 25' (27.13m x 7.62m). A mono pitch timber frame shed.

The Land The farmstead sits centrally within the ring fenced block of land extending to approximately 97 acres, ideally suited to livestock farming. The land is largely undulating and is laid to permanent pasture; divided into multiple enclosures and taking full advantage of its picturesque location with views of the Nant Bran Valley and Brecon Beacons Mountain Range. There are several blocks of deciduous woodland situated on the southern and western boundaries.

Height Above Sea Level The land lies between approximately 220m and 350m above sea level.

Soil Type The land is freely draining with slightly acid loamy soils ideally suited for livestock farming.

Water Two streams plus mains water to bottom field

Hill Grazing Rights The property benefits from Hill Grazing Rights, Commons Register CL 91 (Brecon) entry no. 6.

Hill Grazing Rights for: 65 sheep or 13 ponies or any combination of such stock pro rata. 1 pony equals 5 sheep. Sheep or ponies to include young until weaning. Right to cut and take bracken.

BPS and Grants The holding has been claimed on in 2019. Entitlements are available by seperate negotiation via the selling agents.

Wayleaves and Payments The property is offered subject to and with the benefit of any rights of way both to the public and private, all wayleaves, easements and other rights of way whether or not specifically referred to.

SERVICES Electricity – Mains supply to house and buildings with Solar Panels that produce annual Feed-in Tariff of approx., £1,500 pa.

Water - Private bore-hole water to house, spring supply to buildings and a mains connection to bottom field.

Drainage – Septic Tank.

EPC Rating = E

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