Mid Wales farm sells for £1.2 million through Berrys

Published January 7th, 2020

A well-equipped Mid Wales livestock farm extending to 187.32 acres (75.82 hectares) has been sold by Berrys at the guide price.

Alltyffynnon, Bwlch y Fridd, Powys was on the market by private treaty with offers in the region of £1.2 million being sought.

Set in a secluded yet accessible location 7.5 miles north west of Newtown, the farm comprises a detached, modernised three-bed farmhouse, impressive traditional stone building and an extensive range of modern stock buildings

The land, which surrounds the farmstead on all sides, includes a mixture of arable and cropping ground, permanent pasture and good quality upland grazing.

The extensive range of modern steel portal frame buildings are well laid out and accessible providing excellent accommodation for cattle and sheep. There is also a well-maintained traditional stone barn suitable for alternative uses such as a holiday let or bed and breakfast accommodation, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents.

“We are delighted to have sold this exceptional farm which offered not only productive agricultural opportunities but also options to diversify and establish other income streams,” said Mark Morison, agent in charge of the sale at the Shrewsbury office of Berrys.

“Land rarely comes to the market for sale in this area so as expected we had a great deal of interest from farmers locally and from further afield and it sold within a month to someone from outside the area,” he added.

For further details contact Mark Morison at Berrys on 01743 290647 email: mark.morison@



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Chartered Surveyor
Tel: 01743 290647

Mark joined Berrys as a partner in July 2015. He comes from a farming background and has worked as a rural practice chartered surveyor in Shropshire and mid Wales since 1997. He is a member and accredited Valuer of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, a Fellow of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and a member of the British Institute of Agricultural Consultants. He is a past chairman and current examiner for the West Midlands Group of Agricultural Valuers and a past chairman of the Shropshire, Montgomeryshire and District Agricultural Valuers Association.

Mark has vast experience in a range of professional services including valuations, landlord and tenant matters, Common Agricultural Policy and rural land management. He is an experienced rural property practitioner conversant with the RICS Practice Statement and Guidance Notes – ‘Surveyors acting as Expert Witnesses’ and the provisions of the Civil Procedure Rules Part 35 and the Arbitration Act 1996 and also a panel Valuer for a number of High Street banks, including Barclays Bank PLC and Lloyds Bank PLC.