Penybontfawr, Oswestry, Powys, SY10 0HN | Property for sale | Savills
593.46 sq m
Guide price £250,000(€285,053)

PenybontfawrOswestry, Powys, SY10 0HN

  • Under offer

Key features

  • A Grade II* Listed cottage in complete need of complete renovation.
  • A selection of traditional outbuildings, which have the potential for conversion, subject to the necessary planning permission.
  • Nestled amongst beautiful rolling countryside within approximately 4 miles of Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant and 15 miles of Bala.
  • Penybontfawr has a thriving community with a local pub, village shop and post office.
  • The property is ideally situated for a potential income stream, as it is popular with visitors, walkers and cyclists.
  • There is potential to buy some additional land from the neighbouring farmer as per lot 2 on the site plan (in blue) of about 5.2 acres.

A fantastic opportunity to renovate a Grade II* listed property

About this property

  • Llwyn Onn is a Grade II* listed cottage, which is in complete need of renovation, the house provides a fantastic opportunity for those looking for a complete project and to put their own stamp on the property and is currently uninhabitable.

    As the property is Grade II* Listed, the potential purchaser will need to speak with CADW regarding any works to Llwyn Onn.

    The traditional outbuildings also provide an opportunity to convert into separate accommodation, subject to planning permission. This would be a great income
    opportunity, or fabulous buildings for stock.

    There is also an opportunity to purchase some land from the neighbouring farmer.

    Viewing is highly recommended.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

What a superb opportunity in the most beautiful setting

Peter DabornProperty agent

Local information

  • Penybontfawr is a pretty village situated in a rural setting with a back drop of beautiful rolling hills and countryside. The village is predominantly a farming community with a good number of visitors passing through on their way to Bala, Snowdonia and Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant, which has Pystyll Rhaeadr waterfall, one of the Seven wonders of Wales.
  • The village has a good range of community services and facilities. Siop Eirianfa and post office, garage, Railway Inn, primary school, community centre, church and chapel are all to be found within easy walking distance of the village centre.
  • Tanat Valley buses provide a service to Llanrhaedr ym mochnant and the local market town of Oswestry.
  • Access to The Berwyns and a number of wonderful walks encourage those who love to be amongst nature and the countryside along with riding and mountain biking enthusiasts.
  • Bala is a large town with a lake and a wonderful place for water sports, along with Lake Vyrnwy which is about 10 miles away. Bala also provides access to the wonderful Arran's for walking.
  • Also included in the area is part of the upland area of Dâs Eithin with crags and rocky outcrops, with rises to a height of about 360m within the character area.
  • Llanfyllin is a larger town approximately 7 miles from Penybontfawr which has a Co-op, pubs, restaurants and café's, a doctors, a dentist and Llanfyllin High School.

Additional information

  • The property is Grade II* listed.
  • There is mains electricity connected. Private water supply from a well. Private drainage. The property currently has no central heating.
  • The property is not currently listed for council tax.
  • Directions: What3Words- ///useful.husky.define
  • EPC Exempt
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: TBC