Guide Price £845,000
Bodwenarth Farm, 23 Hilltop Avenue, Cilfynydd, Pontypridd, CF37 4HZ
3 Bedrooms | 1 Bathrooms | Freehold
Property ID: HRT 10894560
An upland hill farm with a 3-bedroom detached bungalow;
A small range of farm buildings in all extending to approximately 131.68 acres (53.29 hectares)
Modern detached three bedroom bungalow
Fantastic Rural Views
Small range a farm buildings
Common Hill Rights
Well connected to the local amenities and transport links
Bodwenarth Farm offers an opportunity to purchase an upland hill farm with Common Grazing Rights on the adjoining Mynydd Eglwysilan Common in a pleasant rural location yet within easy access of Cilfynydd, Pontypridd and Cardiff.
The agricultural land at Bodwenarth Farm extends to approximately 131.68 acres (53.29 ha.)
A covered veranda leads to a glazed front door through to entrance hall with storage cupboard. Bay fronted LOUNGE, (12'3 x 17‘1), fully carpeted, central ceiling light and dual aspect with window to side elevation and bay to front. Fully integrated KITCHEN, (11'7 x 13‘3), ceramic tiled floor, light wood wall and base mounted units, great affect roll top work surface, inset stainless steel sink and drainer, inbuilt fridge freezer, dishwasher, oven, induction hob extractor above. Part glazed door to side and a pair of French doors leading through to conservatory. CONSERVATORY, (10'2 x 12‘9), tiled floor, UPVC double glazed windows and pendant style roof and Double doors out to rear garden. Modern FAMILY BATHROOM, ceramic tiled floor, recess ceiling spotlights, modern low-level WC, matching inset wash hand basin with vanity storage below and above, corner fully tiled shower enclosure with mains fed shower and large frosted window to the rear.
BEDROOM 1, (14'4 x 9’9), fully carpeted, central pendant ceiling light, fitted wardrobes and a large window overlooking rear garden. BEDROOM 2, (13'5 x 10’2), fully carpeted, central ceiling light, inbuilt storage cupboard and large window to the front. DINING ROOM/BEDROOM 3, (11'10 x 7‘2), fully carpeted, central ceiling light and large window to side elevation.
To the front level tarmac double drive runs alongside a hedge lined front lawn and paved pathway giving access to the front, side and rear of the property. The generously sized rear garden is predominantly flat laid lawned with good quality hedgerow plus post and wire fencing with far reaching, panoramic rural views. There is also a solid built outbuilding benefiting from power, water and plumbing and is currently used as a utility room/store.
Farm Buildings at Bodwenarth Farm
Bodwenarth Farm benefits from a small range of farm buildings.
The Buildings are suitable to house livestock in addition to storing forage crops and farm machinery.
The buildings are detailed below: -
1. Portal Framed Livestock Shed (Approximately 13.00m x 12.70m)
2. Machinery Shed (Approximately 15.50m x 5.00m)
4. Corrugated Shed (Approximately 9.20m x 4.60m) and Lean-to (Approximately 9.20m x 4.00m)
5. Collecting yard
The agricultural land at Bodwenarth Farm extends to approximately 131.68 acres (53.29 ha.) including the farm buildings/yard. The majority of the land is gently sloping pastureland capable of being mown and grazed by livestock. A large area to the north of holding comprises woodland and rough grazing. Areas to the east of the holding comprise small areas of rush.
The majority of the properties external and internal boundaries appear to be stockproof comprising livestock fencing and areas of stone walls.
The farmland benefits from Common Grazing Rights on Mynydd Eglwysilan Common.
Lot 1: Bodwenarth Bungalow - Three-bedroom bungalow, small outbuilding/utility room and generous size garden as coloured red on the plan.
Lot 2: Approximately 117.55 acres of land and a small range of farm buildings as coloured green on the plan. Access to the land Is Identified by points A, B, C, D and E. Access at point E is via a right of way over an unowned track which is not adopted.
Lot 3: Approximately 14.13 acres of sloping pastureland with access identified by points F and G as coloured pink. Both access points are via a right of way over an unowned track which Is not adopted.
The Farm Has been registered under the Welsh Basic Payment Application Scheme. The entitlements are excluded from the sale but are available to purchase by separate negotiation. The seller will retain the benefit of the 2021 Basic Payment Scheme claim.
Bodwenarth Bungalow benefits from roadside access from Hilltop avenue. The land and farm buildings benefit from a number of single gated access points as Identified by points A, B, C, D, E, F and G.
Access point A - Hilltop Avenue, access point B - Heol Mynydd, access points C & D - Pen Heol Ely Road plus access points E, F and G via a right of way over an unowned track which Is not adopted.
The land and buildings will be sold subject to a 30-year Development Clawback Arrangement. The permitted use will be an Agricultural or Equestrian use. The earlier of the sale of the land with the benefit of a Planning Permission or the implementation of a Planning Permission will trigger the clawback at a rate of 30% of the Development Value or Sale Value less the current use value.
Bodwenarth Bungalow benefits from mains electric, water, gas and sewage.
The farmland does benefit from a natural water supply. The majority of the field enclosures does have a natural water supply available.
The reliability of the water supply cannot be guaranteed. All interested parties are advised to satisfy themselves regarding the suitability of any water supply available.
Council Tax / EPC
Band D EPC Rating D
Fixtures and Fittings
All fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale unless specifically referred to in these particulars.
The purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither the vendor nor the vendors agents will be responsible for defining the boundaries or the ownership thereof.
Sporting, Timber & Minerals
The sporting rights, mineral rights and timber are included within the freehold in so far as they are owned.
Wayleave/Easements/Rights of Way
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing rights and obligations including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and other obligations, easements, quasi-easements and all wayleaves whether referred to or not in these particulars. There are several public rights of way on the land.
Should any sale of the property, as a whole or in lots, or any right attached to it become a chargeable supply for the purpose of VAT, such Tax shall be payable by the purchaser(s) in addition to the contract price.
The seller will be responsible for the cross compliance up to the date of completion. The purchaser(s) will take over the cross-compliance obligations on completion and will indemnify the seller for any non-compliance which results in a penalty or reduction in the seller's payments.
Should any dispute arise as to the boundaries or any point arising in the General Remarks and Stipulations or Particulars of Scale, Schedule, Plan or interpretation of any of them the question shall be referred to the arbitration of the selling agents, whose decision acting as expert shall be final.
Plans, Areas & Schedules
These have been prepared as carefully as possible and are based on the Land Registry Plans. The plans are published for illustrative purposes only and although they are believed to be correct, their accuracy is not guaranteed.
Lot 1 - Bodwenarth Bungalow - Offers In excess of £275,000.
Lot 2 - Approximately 117.55 acres of land and farm buildings - Guide Price
Lot 3 - Approximately 14.13 acres of land - Guide Price £90,000
Tenure & Possession
Freehold with Vacant Possession on Completion
Health and Safety
Given the potential hazards of agricultural land we ask you to be as vigilant as possible when making your inspection for your own personal safety.
Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity
A very well-presented detached bungalow in good decorative order throughout, with a generous garden to the rear backing onto local farmland