A spacious converted barn set in glorious surrounding countryside,with views over the Black Mountains and 19 acres of pasture and 12 acres of woodland.
2 Reception Rooms, 4 Bedrooms
Family Bathroom, 3 En-Suites
- 12 Acres of Woodland
- 19 Acres of Pasture
- 32.00 Acres
- 4 Bedrooms
- 4 Bath/Shower rooms
- Paddock / Land
- Tack Room
4.5 miles from Abergavenny I Hereford Approximately 18m I Gloucester 38.3m I Cardiff 45
Cefn Farm comprises a spacious converted barn set in glorious surrounding countryside with views over the Black Mountains, together with extensive outbuildings, 19 acres of pasture and 12 acres of woodland. Abergavenny and the Heads of the Valleys with all their motorway links, railway services to Newport and Cardiff, is within easy reach, together with the local village of Llanvihangel Crucorney, with a filling station, garage and country shop.
The Property in brief comprises a farmhouse kitchen, living room with a wood burner, hallway/dining room, cloakroom and a spacious sitting room. The first floor accommodation offers a landing, linen cupboard/storage, bedroom 1 with en-suite, bedroom 2 with en-suite, bedroom 3, family bathroom and a master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite bathroom.
The property has the advantage of underfloor heating on both floors by means of a ground source heat pump, located in the north elevation garden, solar panels and wood burner with ample logs from the 12 acres of woodland. The pasture, which extends to 19 acres, lies in a ringed fence. There are formal gardens together with a courtyard that leads to the extensive range of outbuildings, including 10 stables, tack room and the ability to have indoor schooling. There is also outdoor schooling, store shed and greenhouse. The property has mains water, electricity and private drainage system.
Cefn Farm has been used for many years as a private stud for dressage, Grade A Show jumpers and Youngstock, being successful at national shows.
The property has a wealth of key features, including exposed timbering throughout the first floor, laminate oak effect flooring, floor to ceiling windows and stone walling. All bedrooms are well proportioned and can house a double bed.
Kitchen/Dining Room 19’7” x 16’5”
Ceiling spotlight, a range of fitted base and wall cupboards with integrated double oven and five ring electric hob with extractor fan over, views over the rear courtyard with floor to ceiling double glazed windows and door, as well as a double glazed window to the side aspect overlooking the gardens. There is ample storage and utility cupboard housing the hot water cylinder, trip switch, and shelving, three double door storage cupboards and an open archway that leads into the first Reception Room
The property is accessed by a large timber door that leads into the
Reception Hall 17’8” max x 16’4” max
Lighting, power points, cloak cupboard, laminate flooring, stone walling, window to the front and rear aspects and oak framed glass panelled doors that offer access into the
Large Sitting Room 27’8” 19’8”
Ceiling spotlight, laminate flooring with underfloor heating, gas fireplace with stone surround, floor to ceiling glass panel windows overlooking the rear courtyard and front elevation with fantastic views
Living Room 17’11” x 13’0”
Wood burning stove with flue, laminate flooring, exposed stone walling, wood store cupboard, double glazed windows benefitting from fantastic expansive views over the surrounding countryside
Downstairs Cloakroom 5’6” x 5’4”
Low flush WC, wash hand basin with taps over, fitted storage cupboard, laminate flooring, extractor fan
From the Reception Hall an Idigbo timber staircase leads up to the
First Floor Landing
Pitched roof, exposed timbers, laminate flooring, storage cupboards and solar electric system controlling the solar panels
Master Bedroom Suite 16’4” max x 15’9” max
Laminate flooring, large gable end windows overlooking the rear courtyard
En-Suite Facility 10’6” X 4’10”
with storage, fitted bath, pedestal wash hand basin with taps over, low flush WC, tiled flooring
A doorway leads into the
Bedroom 2 13’9” widening to 19’0” x 10’5”
Pitched roof, a window to the north elevation
En-Suite 7’0” x 4’5”
Double shower, low flush WC, wash hand basin with mixer tap over and work surface
From the Landing, an open archway with character timbering leads to
Lighting, fitted storage cupboard with light and shelving, and a door to the
Family Bathroom 10’8” max x 10’6” max
Bath with taps over and detachable showerhead, low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin with taps over, heated towel rail, velux light
Bedroom 3 16’8” x 9’3”
Dressing area with fitted storage cupboards leading into the main Bedroom Area with exposed timbers, window to the south elevation
En-Suite 8’11” x 6’5”
Low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap over, bath, half tiled surround, velux light, laminate flooring
Bedroom 4 11’7” x 9’0”
Velux light, floor to ceiling window
From the roadway a gravelled driveway with double gates sweeps round to the rear courtyard offering service yard and ample parking for vehicles, with fantastic views to the east elevation. The property is fronted by laid lawns surrounded by hedgerows. A stone pathway leads up to the front entrance.
The main accommodation has its own gardens to the north elevation with mature trees, dew pond, and spectacular views. There is a patio to the north elevation with outside lighting and tap.
The property extends to approximately 32 acres -12 acres of woodland and 19 acres of pasture, giving a total of 31 acres of useable land and a remaining acre of which the property is set in.
Services The central heating is via a Ground source pump. There is underfloor heating on both the ground and first floor, together with the hot water, installed by Ice Energy.
The property also has solar panels giving a good rate of return, currently grossing approximately £1,400 – £1,600 per annum. There is Mains water; Mains Electricity and Private Drainage.
There is no single farm payment but there is a wayleave payment of £350.00 per annum from Openreach, BT.
There are a number of restrictions on the property in respect of the Farmhouse next door. None are particularly onerous; it safeguards the view and access to the sceptic tank and services. Copies of these documents are on file.
Council Tax Monmouthshire County Council – Band H – £2,742.32 payable 2016/17
Directions Proceed out of Hereford on the Ross-on-Wye, Abergavenny Road (A465). At Belmont roundabout, next to the Tesco supermarket, take the second exit to stay on the A465. Proceed through the village of Pandy and take a left hand turn signposted Grosmont. After approximately 0.5 miles turn right onto Hill Street (signposted Pen-y-Parc), and in 0.3 miles the property can be found on the right hand side denoted by our Jackson Property For Sale Board.
From the South, take the A40 towards Abergavenny. At the large roundabout take the 5th exit (A465 Hereford). Take the third turning on the right, signposted Grosmont and continue for approximately 0.5 miles. Then take the first right hand turn, signposted Pen-y-Parc, and Cfen Farm is the second property on the right.
JACKSON PROPERTY for themselves and the vendors of the property, whose agents they are, give notice that these particulars, although believed to be correct, do not constitute any part of an offer of contract, that all statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility and are not to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and that they do not make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. An intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order, or fit for their purpose, neither has the agent checked legal documents to verify the freehold/leasehold status of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.