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Organic mixed farm for sale in Vale of Glamorgan for £2.56m

Published January 19th, 2016

An organic mixed farm extending to 204.04 acres (82.57 hectares) or thereabouts with an extensive range of livestock buildings, dog kennels which have been operated as a successful dog boarding business and an off-lying collection of traditional stone buildings with potential development opportunities has been launched on the market in South Wales.

Tyn-Y-Coed Farm, Bonvilston in the Vale of Glamorgan is available to purchase by private treaty through Berrys in joint agency with Herbert R Thomas.

Tyn-y-Coed is on the market for £2.7m

Tyn-y-Coed is on the market for £2.56m

The property is in a prominent location close to Cardiff City and the market town of Cowbridge and is being sold as a whole or in lots with a guide price of £2.56 million for the whole.

“Tyn-Y-Coed Farm offers an exceptional opportunity to purchase a good sized mixed, organic farm in the sought after area of the Vale of Glamorgan and since farms of this nature rarely come to the market within the area we are expecting a great deal of interest,” said Ben Corbett who is handling the sale for Berrys at the Herefordshire office.

“Away from the main farmstead and directly accessible off the public highway is a collection of traditional stone buildings, known as Whitewell, with potential to be converted for other uses, including residential, subject to obtaining planning consent.

“This will be of potential interest to lifestyle buyers and investors looking to add value to a property, particularly as it so accessible being just five miles from Cardiff airport.”

Tyn-y-Coed farm for sale

Tyn-y-Coed farm for sale

This well-established farm includes versatile land suitable for forage and arable crop production along with a four bedroom farmhouse and a substantial range of livestock and general purpose buildings plus a selection of buildings converted for dog kennels which have been operated as a highly regarding dog board business on the farm for some 15 years.

The early 20th century stone built farmhouse has hardwood double glazing and has been extended over the years, most recently with the addition of a master bedroom and dining room. The well-laid out family accommodation includes two good sized reception rooms, conservatory and farmhouse kitchen with views to the west and east, utility room, wc, office and study/library.

One the first floor there are four bedrooms including the master bedroom with en suite bathroom and balcony, plus a family bathroom with wooden floor, bath, walk-in shower, WC and wash basin.

Outside there are raised flower beds, a fenced courtyard, paved terraces with integrated hot tub, extensive lawned garden to the rear with trees and pond and a walled vegetable garden. There is plenty of parking space and garaging.

The farmhouse has a 2.4kw solar panel system on the roof supplying electricity to the farmhouse and benefiting from the Feed-in-Tariff.

The extensive range of traditional and modern farm buildings, to be sold within Lot 1, are currently used to house livestock and store forage and farm machinery. The range of kennels included within the farmyard complex has capacity for 30 dogs, including exercise areas and connecting covered areas.

The agricultural land has been farmed organically since 2000 and is registered with the Soil Association. The majority of the land is described as slowly permeable clayey soils with some fine loamy over clayey soils, suitable for growing some cereals and pasture grassland. Oats, barley and wheat have been grown on the land in the past. The field boundaries are in the form of established hedgerows with livestock fencing.

Tyn-Y-Coed Farm is available as a whole, or in four lots:

 

Lot

 

Lot Description Guide Price
As a whole Tyn-Y-Coed Farm, extending to 204.04 acres (82.57 hectares) including Farmhouse, Farm buildings and Yard and off-lying Traditional Buildings and Yard at Whitewell.

 

£2,560,000
Lot 1 Farmhouse, Dog Kennels, Farm Buildings and Yard, set in 81.74 acres (33.08 hectares) of land.

 

£1,300,000
Lot 2 A block of 50.11 acres (20.28 hectares) of Grassland

 

£460,000
Lot 3 Traditional Buildings and Yard at Whitewell set in 7.16 acres (2.90 hectares) of land.

 

£200,000
Lot 4 A block of 65.03 acres (26.31 hectares) of Grassland £600,000

 

For more information contact:

Vicky Price at Berrys, Newchurch Farm, Kinnersley, Hereford, HR3 6QQ on 01544 598080 email: vicky.price@berrys.uk.com or joint agent Herbert R Thomas, 59 High Street, Cowbridge, CF71 7YL on 01446 776386 or email: AndrewThomas@hrt.uk.com

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More about Ben Corbett


BSc (Hons) MSc MRICS
Chartered Surveyor
Tel: 01544 598080
Mobile: 07799 902948
ben.corbett@berrys.uk.com

Ben is a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and a registered valuer, he joined Berrys in October 2013. Previously he worked for a large farm management company and for Savills where he qualified as a Chartered Surveyor in 2006.

Ben manages the Hereford office and the growing range of services that the office delivers. He specialises in valuations, rural property consultancy, and rural property and business advice including planning and development consultancy.