Rhosgoch, Anglesey, Gwynedd, LL66 0AU
Price Upon Application
A rare opportunity to acquire a productive livestock farm all in approximately 300 acres (121 hectares) with a substantial period residence, attached two bedroom cottage, a four bedroom Welsh farmhouse and a range of traditional and modern agricultural buildings
Rhosbeirio Farm presents a rare opportunity to acquire a productive livestock farm on the Isle of Anglesey. The property briefly is comprised of a substantial period house with attached two bedroom cottage, a four bedroom farmhouse, a range of traditional agricultural buildings with scope for alternative use (subject to obtaining necessary consents), modern general purpose agricultural buildings and approximately 300 acres (121 hectares) of prime quality land down to pasture
The towns of Llangefni and Holyhead provide a wide range of local services and amenities including primary and secondary schools and leisure facilities. The University City of Bangor is within 24 miles with access to mainline train services. The A55 North Wales Expressway lies within 14 miles of the holding and links Anglesey with the North Wales coast and Cheshire.
The farm is approached by way of an impressive private drive, bordered by mature trees. Rhosbeirio House, Rhosbeirio
Cottage and Rhosbeirio Farmhouse are located at the end of the drive which also provides access to the central farmyard, around which the majority of the agricultural buildings are arranged.
Rhosbeirio Farm is offered for sale by private treaty as a whole or up to 4 lots.
The land is classified as Grade 3 on the Agricultural Land Classification for England and Wales
Lot 1 | Rhosbeirio House and Cottage with Land extending to approximately 8 Acres (3.26 Hectares)
Rhosbeirio House is of the ‘Stanley House’ design and provides an impressive period property. The ground floor provides a
large reception hall, kitchen, boot room/back porch, dining room with adjoining butler’s pantry, downstairs bathroom, and
a pitch pine panelled drawing room. The property also benefits from a cellar and conservatory. The first floor provides three
double bedrooms, two single bedrooms and two bathrooms, with the attic space providing a further three double bedrooms.
The house retains many original features but would benefit from modernisation.
Rhosbeirio House is set off the main farm drive and sits within well-established gardens. The property looks out over 7 acres
of grassland which are included with the sale of Rhosbeirio House and Rhosbeirio Cottage as Lot 1.
Rhosbeirio Cottage, being formerly the kitchen at Rhosbeirio House, is now an attached two bedroomed cottage. On the ground floor there is an entrance porch, living room, drawing room and kitchen. There are two bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor. The cottage offers a purchaser versatile accommodation and the opportunity to generate a second income stream.
Lot 2 | Rhosbeirio Farmhouse, Farm Buildings and approximately 196 Acres (76.46 Hectares)
Lot 2 provides a substantial block of productive farmland with farm buildings and Rhosbeirio Farmhouse.
Rhosbeirio Farmhouse is a detached welsh farm house which was converted into a dwelling in the 1980’s. The property briefly comprises of a utility/boiler room, downstairs toilet, living room, kitchen, dining room and drawing room on the ground floor. There are four bedrooms, a bathroom and a box room on the first floor. The property is subject to an agricultural occupancy restriction stating “the occupancy of the dwelling shall be limited to a person solely or mainly employed, or last employed in the locality of Agriculture as defined in Section 290(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1971 or in forestry (including any such dependants of such a person resting with him) or a widow or widower of such person”.
THE FARM BUILDINGS AND YARD
The holding benefits from a range of good quality traditional and modern farm buildings arranged around the working farmyard with a number of livestock handling pens. The buildings range from steel portal framed general purpose sheds to traditional stone barns currently used for livestock housing and machinery storage. All buildings have electricity and water supply. The traditional agricultural buildings have scope for alternative uses subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents. There are large areas of hard standing throughout the farm suitable for machinery and fodder storage. There is scope for the development of additional farm buildings around the farm yard.
The farmland extends to 196 acres (79.46 hectares) of excellent quality grassland used for grazing and silage production and has also regularly produced cereal crops. The land is arranged into well sized field enclosures that are free draining and serviced by a gravel link track. The boundaries are a mixture of fencing and hedgerows and each field enclosure has either mains or natural water supply.
Lot 3 | 62 Acres (25.14 Hectares) of Productive Grassland
Lot 3 extends to approximately 62 acres (25.14 ha) of grassland suitable for grazing and silage. The land is gently undulating and split into three manageable field enclosures that benefit from a natural water supply with a mixture of hedgerow and fenced boundaries. The land benefits from excellent road frontage with access from the road to each enclosure. Also included within Lot 3 is the Church of St. Peirio which is Grade II listed. The Church is of a stone construction under a slate roof and has been deconsecrated for a number of years. No services are held at the Church today.
Lots 4 | 33.24 Acres (13.45 Hectares) of Productive Grassland
Lot 4 extends to approximately 33.24 acres (13.45 ha) grassland suitable for grazing and silage and winter fodder crops. The land is split into three manageable field enclosures that benefit from a natural water supply with a mixture of hedgerow and fenced boundaries. The land also benefits from good road frontage with access from the road to each enclosure.
Method of Sale
The farm is for sale by private treaty as a whole or in 4 lots.
The freehold is offered for sale with vacant possession.
Sporting and Mineral Rights
The sporting and mineral rights are included within the freehold interest as far as they are owned.
Mains electricity, oil fired central heating system, mains water supply and a private drainage system.
Isle of Anglesey County Council
T: 01248 750057 (General Enquiries)
Basic Payment Scheme Entitlements
Rhosbeirio Farm has been registered with Rural Payment Wales for the Basic Payment Scheme. The Basic Payment Scheme entitlements are not included with the sale.
Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplies and any other rights and obligations, easements and proposed wayleaves from masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains and water, gas and other pipes, whether specifically referred to or not.
Travelling west on the A55 North Wales Expressway take Junction 6 towards Rhostrehwfa/Llangefni. Pass through Llangefni taking the B511 for Llanerchymedd. At the roundabout at LLanerchymedd take the second exit following the B511. Follow this road for 1.8 miles then turn left towards Rhosgoch. At the T junction in Rhosgoch turn right and after 1.8 miles turn to the left. Proceed along this road for 1.7 miles and Rhosbeirio Farm is located on your left hand side.
Strictly by appointment
tel: 01341 241700
Baileys and Partners
Gwynedd. LL45 2LR