Wern Newydd Farm is an approx. 41 acre smallholding. The land includes plenty of woodland both young and mature, three small lakes and some clean pasture land. The holding features a 3 bed farmhouse plus 3 holiday lets and several good outbuildings including a fully equipped games room. There is lots of potential to develop the holiday business if required and the property is being sold with all of the furniture, hot tubs etc. In the lets, so that the new owners can start immediately.
The holding is close to the village with a gentle stroll bringing you to the village shop with pub opposite. And yet, the holding is totally private with woodland all round the perimeter. There is easy access to the coast too.
For those seeking a slightly greener way of life, the woodland provides plenty of free renewable fuel, whilst the holding benefits from free electricity from solar panels. Additionally, the farmhouse sits in lovely, large gardens with lots of scope to develop a fruit and vegetable plot.
Broadband is available.
A traditional stone farmhouse set in large gardens. Plenty of character with lots of exposed timber. Solar panels on the roof provide free electricity (while the sun shines!). The house has oil fired central heating and also an air to air heating system
Stairs rise; Under stairs cupboard; Radiator
WC, basin and shower; Radiator; Window to side
Lounge (16' 1" x 14' 1" or 4.90m x 4.30m)
Inset multi-fuel stove on a slate hearth with wooden surround; Beamed ceiling; Radiator; Window to front and two to side
Kitchen / Breakfast Room (14' 1" x 11' 10" or 4.30m x 3.60m)
Range of fitted base and wall units; Fitted shelving; 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink unit; Fitted lpg hob with stainless steel splash back and extractor over with fitted electric double oven to the side; Radiator; Beamed ceiling; Tiled splash back; Exposed floorboards; Window to front.
Utility Room (10' 2" x 7' 7" or 3.10m x 2.30m)
Range of fitted base and wall units; Plumbing for washing machine; Tiled floor; Window to rear.
Conservatory (16' 9" x 11' 10" or 5.10m x 3.60m)
Currently used as the dining room; Two radiators; Windows to rear garden; External door to garden.
The stairs rise to a half landing. Here there is a door which gives access to a large storage area in the loft space. This could offer potential for extending the roof height to give additional accommodation subject to consent.
Bedroom 1 (14' 1" x 11' 10" or 4.30m x 3.60m)
Large, walk-in wardrobe with radiator; Additional built-in wardrobe; Radiator; Window to front.
WC and wash basin; Plumbing for and room for a bath; Window.
Bedroom 2 (14' 1" x 9' 6" or 4.30m x 2.90m)
Built-in wardrobe; Exposed floorboards; Radiator; Window to side.
Bedroom 3 (9' 10" x 6' 1" or 3.00m x 1.85m)
Exposed floorboards; Radiator; Window to front
Shire Cottage is a cosy holiday cottage attached to the main farmhouse. The clever use of space provides a slightly quirky, characterful one bedroom let with private outside space and hot tub. The cottage has an air to air heating system.
Living Room (13' 9" x 13' 1" or 4.20m x 4.00m)
Fireplace with electric log burner effect fire; Pine timber flooring; Two windows to front; Spiral staricase.
Plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer.
WC and wash basin; Large walk-in shower; Tiled walls.
Kitchen (8' 10" x 7' 10" or 2.70m x 2.40m)
Range of fitted base units; Stainless steel sink; Electric cooker point; Tiled splash backs; Pine timber flooring; Window to front; Room for breakfast table.
Mezzanine Bedroom (12' 6" x 9' 2" or 3.80m x 2.80m)
The mezzanine area features a very large, built-in four poster bed; Built-in wardrobes; Beamed vaulted ceiling
Store Room (14' 1" x 7' 3" or 4.30m x 2.20m)
Attached to the side of the cottage is a former office, now a useful store room which offers the potential for further accommodation
To the front of the cottage is a small, enclosed courtyard offering a place to sit out. To the side of the cottage is a covered area with a hot tub. This is designed for the sole use of the cottage.
Shire Mill is a detached stone building, formerly a small mill, which sits across the yard from the main house and Shire Cottage. Again, clever use of space has enable the conversion to a comfortable, character one bed let with its own outside space and hot tub. It has an air to air heating system and log burner.
To one side of the mill there is a covered area with hot tub. There is room to park directly to the front. To the rear there is a small private garden area.
Living Room (16' 1" x 14' 9" or 4.90m x 4.50m)
Log burner on slate hearth; Vaulted ceiling; Spiral staircase; External door and window to front and rear.
Kitchen (9' 10" x 9' 6" or 3.00m x 2.90m)
Range of fitted base units; Fitted electric hob with extractor over and oven under; Plumbing for washing machine; Stainless steel sink; Tiled splash backs; Room for breakfast table.
WC and vanity wash basin; Walk-in shower; tiled walls.
Gallery Bedroom (16' 1" x 10' 2" or 4.90m x 3.10m)
The mezzanine area features a very large, built-in four poster bed; Vaulted ceiling with exposed A frames; Window to side
A timber lodge offering comfortable one bed accommodation, set in large, private gardens and away from the other cottages. It has an air to air heating system.
To the front of the lodge there is a large covered area housing a hot tub. There is also space for a tumble dryer.
The lodge sits in large gardens which surround the lodge. These offer plenty of space for the lodge guests and include a barbecue.
Living Room (15' 1" x 9' 2" or 4.60m x 2.80m)
Mock fireplace with electric log-burner effect heater; Window to front and side.
Two windows to side
Kitchen (15' 1" x 5' 3" or 4.60m x 1.60m)
Range of fitted base and wall units; Electric cooker with extractor over; Stainless steel sink; Window to side.
Dining Room (11' 2" x 7' 7" or 3.40m x 2.30m)
Window to side.
Bedroom (15' 1" x 7' 7" or 4.60m x 2.30m)
Built-in, large four poster
WC and wash basin; Separate shower cubicle; Window to side.
The whole property is approached via a long drive way from the village. This leads, via electrically gated access, to the front of the farmhouse and Shire Mill. There is plenty of room to here park several vehicles.
Around the farmhouse there are large gardens which are laid mainly to lawn. The gardens are bounded to the rear by mature hedges. There is plenty of room within the gardens to develop a vegetable garden if desired.
The property comes with a host of useful and interesting outbuildings. These include:
Large Timber Summer House / Party Barn approx. 7.1m x 3.4m (23'3 x 11'5) with bar to one end. Power and light is connected.
Timber built Games Room / Entertainment Room approx. 9.6m x 6.1m (31'6 x 20') which is equipped with a pool table and table football and is available for the use of holiday guests.
Timber built Workshop approx. 13.7m x 4.7m (45' x 15'6) with power and light fitted and some work benches.
Farrowing Pens for pig breeding use. A concrete building with 7 farrowing pens.
Implement Store approx. 6.9m x 3.7m (22'9 x 12'4)
In addition to these, there are a host of other store sheds, railway goods wagons, chicken sheds etc. Etc.
In all, the smallholding extends to approx. 41 acres. The current owners have planted thousands of trees over the years and now, there is a belt of woodland which extends around the perimeter of the smallholding to give complete privacy. In amongst the woodland, there are three small lakes which offer fantastic habitat for wildlife. A small wooden camping pod, which is set up to sleep two people, overlooks one of these lakes. With a composting toilet, this would make an ideal additional let.
In addition to the young woodland, there is also a substantial area of mature woodland. With plenty of woodland, the smallholding offers a limitless supply of free fire wood.
The current owners have carefully created plenty of woodland walks among the trees.
Not all of the land has been turned over to woodland. There are two large fields of good clean pasture and one small paddock. This would be ideal for the siting of a 5 tourer caravan site such as a CCCL site, for those wanting to extend the holiday business.
The holding is divided by a small river which is home to brown trout. The river then runs along one boundary.
The smallholding is well fenced