Mid Wales farm with caravan park license on offer at £950,000
Keen business interest is anticipated in a beautiful Welsh long house with panoramic views and 24 acres of land with planning permission for 12 static units and a site licence for 40 touring caravans and unlimited tents.
Maesmawr Farm, near the village of Caersws in the picturesque Upper Severn Valley, is on offer for £950,000 with joint agents Halls of Shrewsbury and Edwards and Partners of Tiverton.
“The sale provides a rare opportunity to acquire a beautiful family home with a useful block of productive grassland that has numerous potential agricultural and leisure uses,” said Peter Willcock, chairman of Halls.
Maesmawr farmhouse is accessed directly off Moat Lane via a newly surfaced access drive that sweeps through the farmland.
The ground floor accommodation comprises a lounge with original open fireplace, dining room with original slate floor, library or snug, kitchen with a Rayburn, large cellar, living room with French doors to a conservatory, cloakroom and utility room.
Two staircases lead from the kitchen and main hallway to the first floor where there is a bathroom and five bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite shower room.
To the rear of the house is a yard and alfresco dining area with a veranda. The extensive, private lawned garden has a pond, a variety of fruit trees and well-established borders and rosebeds.
The property has a number of useful ancillary buildings, including a range of timber clad stables and loose boxes, two static caravans, an outside wc and greenhouse.
Planning consent has been granted for the change of use of agricultural land to a touring caravan and camping site together with formation of an access track, toilet block and septic tank. In addition, consent has been given for 12 holiday chalets, which can be occupied all year round.
A certified site with The Camping and Caravanning Club, Maesmawr Farm has a certificate for five camping and caravan pitches, with unlimited tents for club members. The site also has a licence for 40 touring caravans.
Within the site there is a male/female toilet and shower block, 10 electric hook up points, a water point and a waste water, dry waste and chemical disposal area.
“The land is already well laid out to accommodate the planning consents and licences, but has been operated on a relatively low key basis to date,” said Mr Willcock. “It has huge potential for expansion and development of a successful business venture.”
Maesmawr Farm is within easy walking distance of the village of Caersws, which has a station on the Cambrian Railway line. Leisure activities in the area include golf, paint balling, pony trekking, clay pigeon shooting, cycling, fishing and walking.
The towns of Newtown, Llanidloes, Montgomery and Welshpool are within easy driving distance and there are excellent road links to the Cambrian Coast to the west and Shrewsbury and the West Midlands to the east.
Viewing is by appointment with Halls, Shrewsbury on Tel: 01743 284777 or with Edwards and Partners, Tiverton on Tel: 01884 256714.
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