A traditional Welsh stock farm with farmhouse, range of outbuildings and extending in all to approximately 70 acres of pasture and woodland and being conveniently located on the outskirts of Bangor, Gwynedd.
Fodol Ganol, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 4BU
A traditional Welsh stock farm with farmhouse, range of outbuildings and extending in all to approximately 70 acres of pasture and woodland and being conveniently located on the outskirts of
Bangor – 3 miles
Conwy - 17 miles
Chester – 64 miles
A substantial farmhouse in need of full renovation | Two adjoining former self-contained flats | A range of traditional stone built outbuildings | A general purpose Dutch barn | Approximately 70 acres of grazing land and broadleaf woodland
Fodol Ganol Farm is situated on the outskirts of the University City of Bangor in an elevated position with far reaching views of the Snowdonia Mountain range and Menai Strait.
The City of Bangor offers a full range of services and the holding is well located for the A55 North Wales Expressway, and the North Wales coast, with links to the National motorway network. A direct rail link from Bangor station (2 miles) to London Euston takes approximately 3 ½ hours.
Built in circa 1851, the traditional stone built Welsh farmhouse provides a substantial property in an attractive rural location. Although in need of complete renovation, the farmhouse offers real scope to create a sizeable family home which would be ideally suited for those with an equestrian or farming interest.
The ground floor provides a principal entrance hall with two reception rooms, a modernised kitchen, a utility room and a secondary entrance hall. The first floor provides four double bedrooms and a bathroom. The farmhouse benefits from two adjoining former self-contained ground floor flats which, whilst also requiring full renovation, offer the opportunity to extend the living accommodation of the farmhouse or provide additional income as letting units.
The holding benefits from a number of traditional stone and brick farm buildings which are arranged around the yard as well as a Dutch barn with a lean to extension to the yard. The traditional agricultural buildings have scope for alternative uses, such as holiday accommodation or workshop use, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents.
The farmland extends to approximately 70.34 acres (28.46 hectares) of mixed quality grassland with some broadleaf woodland on the lower ground. The grazing is easily accessible from the farmhouse and is well suited for livestock or equestrian use, all the more so for having excellent views of the Snowdonia Mountain range.
There are a number of fields well suited for mowing and grazing, being level or gently undulating, and arranged into well sized enclosures which benefit from a natural water supply and have a mixture of hedgerow and fenced boundaries. The remainder of the land is comprised of undulating pasture, which is suitable for grazing and areas of broadleaf woodland.
Method of Sale - The farm is for sale by private treaty as one lot.
Tenure - The freehold is offered for sale with vacant possession.
Wayleaves, rights of way and easements - The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.
Local Authority - Gwynedd County Council T: 01766 771000 W: www.gwynedd.llyw.cymru
Services - Mains electricity and water, septic tank drainage. Open fire heating. Telephone connection.
Fixtures and fittings - All fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation.
Viewings – Strictly by appointment through the selling agents only.
Directions - Travelling west on the A55 North Wales Expressway take Junction 10 towards Bangor/Caernarfon. At the roundabout at the end of the slipway take the 1st exit towards Caernarfon. Follow this road for 0.7 miles then turn left towards Hafod Lane. Proceed on this lane for 0.2 miles then turn right onto a private track that leads directly to the property.