Penderw Pool, 1.5 Acres,
YARDRO, Old Radnor, Powys
SOLD subject to contract
Offers in the region of £220,000
1.5 Acre Site with
This development opportunity is situated in the depths of the Welsh border countryside, in the County of Powys, commanding some fine outlooks and is approximately 6 miles from the popular local town of Kington, and within easy reach of Hereford and Llandrindod Wells, these important local centres being about 25 and 17 miles distant respectively.
A Rarely occurring Opportunity to acquire a
A 1 ½ acre (or thereabouts) Site with recently granted Planning Permssion for the imaginative conversion of an existing Steel framed Building to a spacious and most unusual two storey Family Home with a nearby two bedroomed annex for ancillary accommodation.
Messrs. Nigel Ward & Co offer for sale by private treaty
An excellent project for builders/developers to help satisfy the unsatiated demand for rural properties.
The Main Building is a General Purpose portal frame Building of irregular shape, constructed of steel and is 56' in length at one side and 63'4" at the other, and 28' wide, with a lean-to to one side, 40' long x 5'8" wide. The new elevations are to be of dark green profiled sheeting and the roof covering is to be of "Big 6" sheeting.
The plans, as prepared, will provide the following accommodation, (measurements are provided for identification only): however some internal re-arrangement may be feasible to suit the new owners provided that the external appearance is not altered. The measurements provided are approximate and the precise dimensions of the various rooms will depend to an extent on the wall finishes.
The accommodation; which it is intended will be heated by a Ground Source Heat Pump, is to comprise:
On the Ground Floor:
Full length Verandah, 63’4” x 6’, with part glazed door to Entrance Hall, 12’8” x 9’6” inclusive of stairs leading off, Capacious Lounge, 26'3" x 18' with wood-burning stove, one fully glazed side with two pairs of French windows leading out to the exterior with recessed under-balcony sitting-out area, double doors to open-plan Dining Room/Snug, 25'7" x 12'8", Kitchen 15'9" x 14'10" with peninsular base unit, door to Utility Room, 15’2” x 11'11" average, also to house the heat-pump unit, Shower Room off, 10'6" x 8'6" average.
Stairs from the hallway lead to
On the First Floor:
Landing 9’6” x 9’ including part of staircase, access off to Six Double Bedrooms each with En-Suite Facilities and comprising Bedroom (1) 15'9" x 10'2", with French windows off to balcony with glass balustrade, Bedroom (2) 18' x 10', again with French windows off to balcony with glass balustrade, Bedroom (3), 13'4" x 12'8", Bedroom (4) 13'4" x 8'10", Bedroom (5), 12'4" x 8'6" and Bedroom (6), 10'2" x 8'10".
which extend in all to about 1 ½ acres are accessed via wide double gates leading off the public highway to a very large area of hard-standing for parking and turning immediately to the front of the main Building to be converted. There is currently a long range of Storage Sheds to one side of the yard area, which would be ideal for the storage of building materials and possibly for use as a Workshop for use during the course of the carrying out of the building works. It is proposed that
these single storey buildings would eventually be removed and replaced with a smaller New Garage Building, of timber construction under a corrugated sheet roof, to be 49'6" long x 20' deep and to be divided into an Open Garage, 18’ x 10’10”, an Enclosed Garage, 18’ x 11’6”, a Workshop/Store 18’ x 11’6” and an Office, 18’ x 10’10”.From the principal yard area, there is a wide, hard surfaced access through to level/gently sloping grounds to the furthermost end of which is a large, picturesque Amenity Pool, fed by a spring and forming a veritable haven for wildlife with Weeping Willows, other trees and Water Lilies as well as aquatic fauna. At present there are various access/walk ways and earth banks, but with further landscaping, this area could form part of the vista from the main dwelling.
New Ancillary Accommodation.
The planning permission includes consent for a new ancillary accommodation unit to be constructed on the footprint of an existing timber building, this to be built with local stone cheek walls, standing under a “green” Sedum roof and to have a timber front elevation generously fenestrated with glazed double doors and side panels. The accommodation is to comprise a Living Room, 15'4" x 12', double doors to Kitchen / Breakfast Room, 14'10" x 12', Utility Room to house the heat-pump unit and with Cloakroom, off. Passage with access to Bedroom (1) 12' x 10'2", Bedroom (2) 11' x 8'2" and a Bathroom.
A further pasture field of just over 1 ½ acres may be available separately, this is located just across the lane from”Penderw Pool”.
Full Planning Permission for “Change of use of old Timber Yard to Residential Use including change of use of building to dwelling, demolition of substandard sheds and construction of New Ancillary accommodation Building” was granted on the 25th February, 2015 under Application No. P/2014/0656. A copy of the Planning Permission is available from the Agent’s Offices. Further enquiries may be made to Powys County Council, Cambrian Way, Brecon. Tel: (01874) 612276.
The Plans and application for Planning Permission were ably handled by the Chartered Building Surveyor, Roger Gell, Esq., M.R.I.C.S. of “Penderw", Old Radnor, Presteigne, Powys. It is with the kind permission of the Chartered Building Surveyor, that we have reproduced sections of the plans.
Mains electricity and water are understood to be available nearby. Prospective purchasers are advised however to make enquiries with the respective service providers including the availability of telephone connections. Foul water drainage is to be to a new private system.
RIGHTS OF WAY, EASEMENTS, WAY-LEAVES, ETC.
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of any rights of way, easements, way-leaves, etc. which exist.
“Penderw Pool” is best approached from Kington by taking the A44 towards Rhayader, after about 3 miles turn left onto the B4594, signposted “Gladestry & Painscastle”, after about a further mile at the sharp left hand bend turn right onto the road signposted “Dolyhir & Yardro”. Proceed for about 200 yards, passing the quarry entrance on one’s left then keep left at the junction, again signposted “Yardro”. Continue for about 1 ½ miles, then take the left hand turning opposite the entrance to “Lower Yardro Farm”, proceed down the lane and after approximately 1/3 mile the wide double-gated entrance to “Penderw Pool” will be found on one’s left hand side, shortly before a cottage and a minor road junction. Post Code: LD8 2RP
By appointment through Nigel Ward & Company: (01981) 240140.
All measurements and distances are approximate. The normal enquiries carried out by a purchaser’s Solicitor and the type of inspection undertaken by a purchaser’s Surveyor have not been carried out by the Selling Agents for the purpose of preparation of these sale particulars.
IMPORTANT NOTICE Nigel Ward & Co. give notice to anyone reading these Particulars as follows:
a. These Particulars are prepared for the guidance only of prospective purchasers and are intended to give a fair overall description of the property.
b. Any area measurements referred to are approximate only.
c. The descriptions contained herein are used in good faith as an opinion and not by way of statement of fact.
For further details or to arrange a viewing please telephone our office on 01981 240140