Bowen Son and Watson with Kent Jones are favoured with instructions to offer a detached barn and cottage at Ty Issa for sale by private treaty. The buildings both benefit from full planning permission for conversion and are located in open countryside in this picturesque rural location. The sale of these buildings offers a rare opportunity to create two individual family properties in this accessible yet rural location.
The properties are situated in an elevated position next to a small brook with views over the Vyrnwy Valey towards Rodneys Pillar. The village of Llansantffraid is approximately 1.5 miles away and offers a host of amenities including village shops, post office, petrol station, public houses, restaurants and an excellent primary school. The village is also well placed for access to the larger towns of Oswestry, Welshpool, Shrewsbury and the City of Chester. The village has an excellent bus service whilst the nearby train stations at Welshpool and Gobowen offer mainline train services. The area is renowned for its natural beauty with a number of recreational activities available in the surrounding Meifod Valley and Berwyn Mountains.
The plans drawn up for the barn detail generously sized living accommodation extending to circa 1,775 square feet.
The cottage is Grade II listed and the plans detail living accommodation extending to circa 1,700 square feet (G.I.A.).
The properties will be set within generously sized gardens. Additional agricultural land/buildings may be available to purchase by way of separate negotiation. Contact the selling agent for details.
Planning permission was granted for the barn on 18th July 2018 (Ref - P/2017/0375) with permission subsequently granted for the cottage on the 31st January 2019 (Ref - 18/0454/FUL).
Purchasers will be responsible for installing a Sewage Treatment Plant for the foul drainage. We understand that mains electricity and mains water supplies are available within the vicinity, with the possibility of a connection to a shared private water supply also an option.
We understand that the property is Freehold subject to Vacant Possession upon completion.
The cottage is Grade II Listed however the barn is not subject to any listing.
Please contact our Oswestry office to make an appointment to view the cottage and barn. Please be aware that the buildings currently form part of a working farm therefore please park courteously and close all gates on entry/exit. Due to the condition of the buildings, under no circumstances are parties to enter the cottage or barn and all viewings must be conducted externally.
From Oswestry proceed south out of the town through Morda to the junction with the A483. Turn right in the direction of Llynclys and at the Llynclys crossroads turn right onto the A495 signposted for Llansantffraid. Follow the road for 2 miles and then branch left following the A495 towards Llansantffraid. Follow the road for 1.5 miles and just after passing Bryn Tanat Hall turn right onto Pen-Y-Maes Lane. Continue ahead and then turn right at the next T junction before branching left onto Winllan Lane as the road rises. Follow this road for 0.25 miles and just after a red brick cottage please park considerately on the access road between the farm buildings. The buildings themselves will then be found by following the stone access road ahead just after the small copse of conifer woodland.