G E Jones and Company farm 700 acres, of which 181.85 acres is owned and the remainder is contract farmed or rented. We are instructed to sell the land owned and understand that the new owner may be able to continue to farm the contracted farmland.
The property is offered for sale due to retirement. Old Llwyn Onn has two houses, a range of agricultural buildings including livestock housing, dairy, a 26:26 herringbone milking parlour, silage clamps and 550,000 gallon slurry storage. With a current profitable dairy contract, pastureland extending to 24.5ha (58.7acres) and 5.5ha (13.4acres) of woodland.
Five Fords Farm extends to 44.41ha (109.75 acres) acres of land, mostly under cultivation.
There is opportunity for some of the current pasture to be cultivated. The fields benefit from mostly flat topography and are a mixture of Grade 2 and 3a. The pastureland and woodland are not registered in any environmental schemes.
Lot 1 is Old Llwyn Onn Farm , with two dwellings (subject to agricultural occupancy conditions), a variety of agricultural buildings as mentioned above. There is also approximately 24.5ha (58.7acres) and 5.5ha (13.4acres) of woodland. The arable land is predominantly laid to pasture and is Grade 3a with some areas Grade 3b. 72.1 acres
Lot 2 and 3
Lot 2 comprises of 93.95 acres a mixture of grade 3a and 3b land. The land is currently subject to an option agreement for glasshouse development. If successful, the development has a 40 year lease agreement and the potential for an annual return with inflation based rent reviews. Part of this lot is subject to the development for the purposes of wildlife mitigation purposes. This will prevent this land being ploughed. 93.95 acres
Lot 4, is a block of ploughable land currently in grass extending to 2.79ha (6.90 acres) of Grade 3a land to the South of the A525. 6.90 acres
Lot 5 is Grade 3a land to the East of Seswick Way. The land is located on the outskirts of the Wrexham Industrial Estate. The land was previously included within the local development plan pre-adoption and excluded at the last moment prior to its adoption, it is possible that future development will be possible, subject to planning. 2.81 acres
Lot 6 is Grade 3a land to the East of Seswick Way. The land is located on the outskirts of the Wrexham Industrial Estate. The land was previously included within the local development plan preadoption and excluded at the last moment prior to its adoption, it is likely that future development will be possible, subject to planning 6.09 acres
House 1 (Llwyn Ucha)
Recently constructed, modern farmhouse with impressive oak framed atrium to the front elevation.
The property offers modern farmhouse living with extensive views of the surrounding farmland and well-maintained grounds. Accessed off the farm yard the property occupies a slightly elevated position and benefits from a large, graveled area, giving ample parking for vehicles and lawns.
The ground floor comprises of; spacious entrance hallway, large kitchen diner with fitted wall and floor units under a granite worktop, boot room with extra WC, two sitting rooms with a log burning stove and patio doors leading to the rear garden. The property benefits from central heating radiators throughout.
Hallway (5.41 x 2.58) + (1.24 x 3.65)
Kitchen (6.38 x 3.87)
Boot room (2.27 x 1.19)
Snug (4.15 x 3.51)
Living Room (6.27 x 3.81)
The first floor comprises of; three double bedrooms, one benefits from a modern ensuite, the other two bedrooms share the large family bathroom.
The first floor is accessed from a bespoke staircase off the large entrance hall.
Bedroom 1 (3.07 x 4.99)
Ensuite (3.89 x 1.19)
Bedroom 2 (3.19 x 3.93)
Bedroom 3 (4.15 x 3.55)
Bathroom (2.19 x 3.83)
House 2 (Old Llwyn Onn)
Located off the farmyard the second farmhouse sits elegantly within its surroundings, with the benefit of substantial grounds and a variety of mature fruit trees, vegetable plot, large lawned areas and patio area. There is a substantial gravel drive with parking for numerous vehicles. The house was extended and totally refurbished approximately 10 years ago
The ground floor comprises of; spacious reception room/hallway, large kitchen diner with fitted wall and floor units under a granite worktop, boot room with extra cloakroom/WC, a large sitting room with fireplace and a cosy study/dining room.
Hallway (4.65 x 2.06) + (4.64 x 2.23)
Kitchen (7.04 x 3.63)
Utility (3.57 x 2.21)
Cloakroom (2.12 x 0.90)
Study/Dining (4.38 x 4.08) – (1.36 x 1.03)
Living Room (6.05 x 3.48)
The first floor comprises of; four double bedrooms, all of which share the large family bathroom.
The first floor is accessed up a timber staircase.
Bedroom 1 (4.91 x 3.62)
Bedroom 2 (4.51 x 3.03)
Bedroom 3 (3.48 x 2.43)
Bedroom 4 (3.46 x 4.48)
Bathroom (2.19 x 3.83)
There is a brick outbuilding which comprises of two rooms, one used as a workshop, that houses the oil-fired central heating boiler. The second room is used a store.
*both of the residential dwellings are currently within a Section 106 agreement to remain as agricultural workers dwellings*
Agricultural Buildings and Land
Old Llwyn Onn offers a wide range of agricultural buildings, cubicle housing, loose box housing, milking parlour, dairy slurry store and silage clamps.
Cubicle Housing Barn (Building 1)
Steel portal frame, Yorkshire boarding with 350 cubicles installed. Laid concrete flooring with provisions for easy feeding and automated scraper. (36.1m x 30m)
Traditional Barn (Building 2)
Brick traditional barn with slate tiled roof, three store rooms with electric supply and a canteen room with floor mounted units under a composite worktop, stainless steel sink with drainer and mixer, cloakroom with lavatory. (4.17m x 2.65m) + (1.07m x 2.71m) + (5.31m x 3.93m) + (5.39m x 3.15m) + (5.38m x 12.77m)
Loose Box Building (Building 3)
Steel portal frame building with loose boxes suitable for a variety of uses, Yorkshire boarding to the side and a corrugated sheet roof. 7 bays (31.85m x 13.12m)
Steel Portal Frame Building (Building 4)
Steel portal frame building with 13 bays, part Yorkshire boarding (7.28m x 59.28m)
Steel Portal Frame Building (Building 5)
Steel portal frame building with 13 bays, feed and cubicles, automated scraper (26.34m x 25.99m)
Open fronted Shed (Building 6)
Steel portal frame building with 5 bays, corrugated sheet roof and concrete floor (6.41m x 21m)
Loose Box Building (Building 7)
Steel portal frame building with 4 bays, concrete floor and corrugated sheet roof (7.47m x 18m)
Steel Portal Frame Building (Building 8)
Steel portal frame building with 7 bays, corrugated sheet roof (10.6m x 32.13m)
Loose Box Building (Building 9)
Steel portal frame building with 7 bays, concrete floor, fan unit for airflow. (13.75m x 32.13m)
Steel Portal Frame Building (Building 10)
Steel portal frame building with 2 bays, open fronted, corrugated sheet roof (5.88m x 9m)
Loose Box Building (Building 11)
Steel portal frame building with loose boxes, 4 bays, Yorkshire boarding to side and corrugated sheet roof (15.3m x 18m)
Parlour Building (Building 12)
Traditional red brick building with slate roof and abutting lean-to. 26:26 herringbone parlour. (6m x 19.8m) + (19.86m x 3.3m)
Dairy (Building 13)
Brick building storage and associated tanks. (3.69m x 6.11m) + (5.47m x 3.68m) + (3.3m x 3.3m)
The farm benefits from two silage clamps constructed of steel uprights and concrete panels.
Slurry & Bulk Storage
550,000 gallon slurry storage facility.
12,000 litre bulk tank.
24.5ha (60.54 acres) of grassland and 5.5ha (13.59 acres) of mature woodland.
Soil Types and Land Classifications
The farmland is classified as Grade 2 and Grade 3a according to the Natural England Regional Agricultural Land Classification Maps.
According to the SoilScapes Interactive Map, the land is a mixture of Soil 10 and Soil 18.
Soil 10, is described as freely draining, slightly acid sandy soils.
Soil 18, is described as slowly permeable seasonally wet, slightly acid but base rich, loamy and clayey soils. Mineral, Sporting and Timber Rights
As far as they are owned, the mineral, sporting and timber rights are included in the freehold sale.
Rights of Way, wayleaves, and easements
The property will be sold subject to and with benefit of all rights of way, wayleaves, and easements, whether mentioned in the particulars or not.
Tenure and Possession
The property is offered freehold with vacant possession available upon completion. Subject to sale timing the Vendors may enter into a cropping license.
Basic Payment Scheme and Environmental Stewardship
The land is registered on the Rural Land Register and the vendors have claimed payments under the Basic Payment Scheme.
Entitlements will be available by separate negotiation.
Where entitlements are transferred, then payment for the current scheme year will be retained by the vendors and the purchaser will indemnify the vendors against any breech of cross compliance.
The property is not entered into any environmental stewardship schemes. Services
A mains water supply services the two residential properties. The farm is serviced by a private bore hole. A mains electricity supply is established to the residential dwellings and three-phase servicing the dairy and farm buildings.
Heating for the two dwellings is oil fired central heating and boiler.
The dwellings are both serviced by private drainage.
Wrexham Borough Council, 16 Lord St, Wrexham, LL11 1LG
Fixtures and Fittings
All fixtures and fittings whether mentioned or not in these particulars are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation.
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