Brynglas Hall Farm is a once in a lifetime opportunity if a developer doesn’t get there first. If you are seeking a more tranquil lifestyle without going to the outer Hebrides this could be for you.
This five hectare; near 13-acre farmstead is located in an idyllic setting, amid stunning views. It is located three miles from Llanfair Caereinion which provides a full range of amenities. Further afield Welshpool is ten miles with Newtown, and Oswestry 14 and 20 miles respectively, while Shrewsbury is 29 miles.
The steading comprises of a Grade II listed Manor House, with outbuildings, both traditional and Dutch barns – all need love and renovation. On the market with Balfours, partner Scott Kemsley, takes up the story: “The property would suit a lifestyle purchaser who wishes to develop their own dream property, either as a small holding, multi-generational family living, or as a home generating a rental yield, with great potential for tourism. This is a unique opportunity which would also suit a property developer,” he adds.
Sitting on the Shropshire-Welsh border, Brynglas Hall Farm, offers a charming cultural blend, with the area renowned for its rugged beauty and historical landmarks. As a result, it has increasingly attracted tourists who are seeking the quieter experience of walking, cycling and riding, plus Llanfair Caereinion is the home to the terminus of the Welshpool Light Railway which runs the course of the Banwy Valley.
Balfours are marketing Brynglas Hall Farm with a guide price of £450,000. For more information call Scott on 01584 707100.