Guide Price £850,000

Estates Farm, Fairyland Road, Neath SA11 3QE
3 Bedrooms | 1 Bathrooms | Freehold
Property ID: HRT 9391001

Small Family Farmlet
23 acres
3-Double Bedroom
Breath Taking views
Outbuildings
Elevated Views of Penyfan, The Black Mountains & Swansea Bay
Woodland
Substantial Pond

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A small family farmlet ideally located in south Wales in an elevated position offering breath-taking views of the Vale of Neath and the Brecon Beacons


A small family farmlet ideally located in south Wales in an elevated position offering breath-taking views of the Vale of Neath and the Brecon Beacons

Detached stone built three double bedroom bungalow with timber frame under a pitched concrete tiled roof | Attached to the south of the bungalow is a full-length conservatory with adjoining walled patio | 23 acres in total which includes Plot 11-Spruce Wood, grazing pastures and woodlands | The Farmlet is ideally placed next to Pelenna Forest with its integral bridleway and would make an ideal equestrian centre.

Situation
Estates Farm (Pen Rhiw Angharad Uchaf) is situated approximately two miles to the east of Neath Town Centre via Fairyland Road. It is around four miles to the east of Junction 43 of the M4 motorway and three miles south of the A465 Heads of the Valley Trunk Road.  

Neath is situated approximately 38 miles north-west of Cardiff and around 10 miles east of Swansea.

The site is within cycling distance of Swansea and the exciting SA1 development, and the new University on Fabian Way.  It is a short drive from the popular tourist areas of Mumbles, The Gower and the Brecon Beacons National Park.   Please see the location plan enclosed for further details.

The Property
Estates Farm (Pen Rhiw Angharad Uchaf) as edged in yellow on the key plan and including Plot 11 (as edged in green on the key plan) is in excess of 23 acres in total and is elevated at around 250 metres with some of the finest breath-taking views, The Vale of Neath, Penyfan Mountain in the Brecon Beacons, The Black Mountains and Swansea Bay.   The land is made up of two productive fields and Sitka spruce and Norway spruce woodlands with substantial pond all in a landscaped setting, under Title Nos. WA306433 and WA369875. 

Included within the property is the detached stone built three-bedroomed bungalow (built in 1987) with timber frame under a pitched concrete tiled roof.  Attached to the south of the bungalow is a full-length conservatory with adjoining patio area.  Fenestration is provided by the uPVC wood effect windows with doors to match. 

Accommodation
ENTRANCE HALLWAY with access to loft. Radiator. Laminate flooring | LIVING ROOM 6.226m (to chimney breast x 2.707m with fireplace, two radiators. Laminate flooring | KITCHEN 2.676m x 3.461m, with range of fitted units, stainless steel sink and drainer, fitted oven, microwave and hob. Radiator. Tiled floor | CONSERVATORY 6.478m x 2.826m with fitted units and washing machine/dryer. Floor standing oil-fired boiler. Radiator. Tiled floor | BEDROOM ONE (front l/h/s) 3.493m x 2.732m with fitted Sharp wardrobes and dressing table, Radiator. Laminate flooring | BEDROOM TWO (rear l/h/s) 3.493m (max) x 2.679m. Radiator. Laminate flooring | BEDROOM THREE (rear) 3.092m (max) x 2.712m. Radiator Laminate flooring | BATHROOM (rear) with bath, heated towel rail, WC and wash hand basin, with fitted airing cupboard.  Laminate flooring. 

Outside
Block-built outbuildings;
7.166m x 5.692m and 5.905m x 5.916m
Barn (to include);
18.127m x 8.931m 
2 block-built stables and one store-room both with mezzanine floors.

Also included within the sale is the freehold Plot 11 which benefits from the same outstanding views as the bungalow.  Planning permission was granted in 2014 for a timber-framed lodge identical to “Barnwood” (of which photographs are attached).  Drawings for the proposed log cabin on Plot 11 are within the brochure.
All planning details are available upon request.

Current Access
The current access routes to the property for sale are highlighted in purple on the key plan from the west via Fairyland Road and from the north from the B4434.

The new owners will have the benefit over all the rights of way over the private farm tracks for all purposes.

Further Access
The land for sale benefits from a Private (unlicensed) (shared) Heli-pad GPS positioned on the south side of the land as shown on the key plan. (Identified with a “H”). 

Wayleaves, easements and rights of way
The property is being sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights including:  rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplies and other rights and obligations, easements and quasi-easements and restrictive covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains, water and gas and other pipes whether referred to in these particulars or not.

There is a high-pressure pipeline running along the southern boundary field of the property which has the benefit of an Easement Deed dated 1975.

Plan
The plans attached are for identification purposes only and, whilst every care has been taken, its content cannot be guaranteed.

Health and Safety

Given the potential hazards of rural property, we ask you to be as vigilant as possible when making your inspection for your own personal safety.

Tenure
The property is sold freehold

EPC Rating 
Current EPC Rating - D

Method of Sale
By Private Treaty

Viewings
Viewings of Estate Farm including land and buildings are strictly by appointment only made with:  

Herbert R. Thomas, 59 High Street, Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan, CF71 7YL;   

Contact: Andrew Thomas / Sarah Dando
Tel: 01446 776379
E-mail: andrewthomas@hrt.uk.com
sarahdando@hrt.uk.com


Guide Price - £ 850,000

N.B Additional – The sellers own in excess of 83 acres of development land as edged in red on the key plan which may be available in various options to buy under separate negotiation. 
 

 

 



 

Water
Private well with water tested annually (a July certificate will be available in the legal pack)

Electric
Mains electric is provided underground to the main buildings
Drainage
The buildings benefit from septic tank drainage.

Heating
The bungalow benefits from a Worcester Bosch Green Energy Oil Fired Central Heating with bunded oil tank. 
 


Directions
Take Junction 43 of the M4 and continue onto the A465. Leave the A465 signposted Seven Sisters / Tonna, follow the Tonna signs into Tonna.

After passing the river bridge, at the mini roundabout turn right as if heading back towards Neath, out through Tonna and past the new Barratt Housing Development on the left-hand side of the road, then take the next available left-hand turn onto Fairyland Road.  Follow the road right to the top, continue over the cattle grid and travel straight towards the woodlands in the distance.  You will come to another cattle grid and gate pillars marked “Pen Rhiw Angharad Uchaf”.  Continue along the roadway and turning left after the water tower (castle) building, passing the holiday lodge on your right-hand side and then the barn and down onto the yard of the bungalow.
 

Contact:

Cowbridge Office

01446 772911

cowbridge@hrt.uk.com

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