A rare chance to acquire 82 acres of spectacular Snowdonia National Park pastureland with a farmhouse and outbuildings has been made available near Dolgellau in Gwynedd, North Wales.
The traditional stone farmhouse, outbuildings and land is expected to attract buyers interested or already involved in running a smallholding.
Set within the Snowdonia National Park, close to Llanfechreth in Gwynedd, Bryn Blew is a Grade II listed building with a stone built barn, former stable and implement store.
“Properties like these don’t come on to the market in Snowdonia that often and so we’re expecting interest from people looking to develop their own smallholding within the 82 acres or who might let the land while living at the farmhouse,” said Tony Evans, a Partner at Morris, Marshall and Poole in Newtown, Powys.
The two-bedroom property had been under the Welsh Government’s Tir Gofal scheme with the owners receiving payment to erect traditional stone walls, fencing and gates. They also received payments for semi-improved natural pasture and stock excluded woodland, as well as areas of unimproved natural pastureland.
The current owners have also entered the property into the Welsh Government’s Glastir scheme because of its environmental attractiveness.
“It’s a stunning part of North Wales and having been substantially renovated in recent years it’s an amazing smallholding within the national park.”
The property is on the market for £385,000 through Morris, Marshall and Poole, one of Mid Wales and Shropshire’s longest established estate agents and auctioneers.
More details can be found at www.morrismarshall.co.uk or by telephoning 01686 626160.
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