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Digital Archive - Sale Particulars: Marsh Farm

Place name:

Michaelchurch Escley




Sale particulars for Marsh Farm, Michaelchurch Escley, were issued by the agent, Brightwells



The overall description given in the particulars is as follows:


Very much hidden away and surrounded by open farmland, a beautifully positioned converted stone farmhouse with separate period barn and approximately 8 acres of pasture land. Guide Price £650,000

Marsh Farm is wonderfully positioned for those who like to be far away from the madding crowd and has no immediate neighbours. It is located along a private track and is surrounded by open farmland, on the edge of Brecon Beacons National Park. The whole is renowned for its natural beauty and has some outstanding walks right on the doorstep.  This lovely Grade II Listed stone farmhouse has been beautifully refurbished by the existing owners and provides five bedroom living accommodation, set out over three floors, with still the potential for extension, subject to approval. Due to retirement the property is now available for the first time for many years and offers well-appointed and well-presented accommodation throughout. It benefits from oil fired central heating, double glazing, fitted carpets, a wealth of period features, attractive gardens and a very useful period stone and half- timbered barn which offers potential for conversion to provide ancillary accommodation, subject to the necessary approvals. There is pasture land that extends to approximately 8 acres, including the gardens, and provides the option to keep a small head of stock if required. The house is initially approached by a shared private track and then by its own driveway which leads to an attractive courtyard to the front of the house with extensive parking.


Full particulars including detailed descriptions of the accommodation, a selection of photographs and the floor plans can be downloaded here in PDF file format.




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