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SSTC £80,000

Montgomery, Powys, SY15 6TE

  • 3
  • A beautifully situated detached barn
  • Consent for conversion to a 3 bedroom residence
  • In rural, picturesque hamlet
  • With fantastic northerly views
  • Half an acre of level pasture land
  • With garage, gardens and paddock

A beautifully situated detached barn in a rural setting and standing in over half an acre of level pastureland with views over open fields and hillsides. With consent for its conversion to a 3 bedroom residence with gardens, garage and paddock.


The Paddock Barn is situated in the picturesque hamlet of Bacheldre and forms part of a courtyard of 4 traditional buildings and which will create a delightful setting for rural living.

The barn is a stone and timber frame construction and contains several features. The prepared plans provide for a detached 3 bedroom dwelling.

In all, the grounds extend to 0.6 of an acre with the paddock to the rear being around half an acre which could be landscaped as gardens or left as a pony paddock with separate road access. There is some fantastic northerly views over open fields towards wooded hillsides.


The pretty hamlet of Bacheldre has a number of lovely traditional houses, some of which are listed buildings and enjoys a peaceful solitude whilst not being isolated. Whilst on quiet back roads, the A489 road is only a ½ mile away with the ancient towns of Montgomery and Bishops Castle and the growing village of Churchstoke only a short drive away. Comprehensive services are to be found in Newtown, Welshpool, Shrewsbury and Ludlow, all of which are within comfortable driving distance.

Ground Floor

Open plan Living Kitchen area with vaulted ceiling, Bedroom1, Bedroom 2, both En-suite'

First Floor

Dining Balcony over Kitchen, Bedroom 3 with En-suite.


Pasture paddock of around half an acre and large grassed area to the front.


Detailed planning consent for the conversion of redundant building to a dwelling was granted in 2003 by Powys County Council (Ref: M2003/0200). It is understood that the planning has been activated by virtue of the installation of the sewerage installation plant which already serves one converted courtyard barn and is available for connection to Paddock Barn.


Mains water and electricity are available nearby. A sewerage treatment plant has been installed and is serving one of the courtyard. Connection is available to Paddock Barn.NOTE: None of the services or installations have been checked by the agents.


Proceed 2 miles west out of Churchstoke village on the A489 towards Newtown past the Bluebell Inn and continue on the A489 into the next settlement of Pentrehyling. Turn left here for Bacheldre. Continue on this quiet lane over the river and past the mill. Continue round a sharp right hand bend following the signs for Pentrenant and shortly after a sharp left hand bend, the next entrance drive will lead you into the courtyard and Paddock Barn is first on the right.


Strictly through the Agents: Halls, 43 Church Street, Bishops Castle, SY9 5DA. Telephone 01588 638755.

Halls Holdings Ltd and any joint agents for themselves, and for the Vendor of the property whose Agents they are, give notice that: (i) These particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract (ii) No person in the employment of or any agent of or consultant to Halls Holdings has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property (iii) Measurements, areas and distances are approximate, Floor plans and photographs are for guidance purposes only (photographs are taken with a wide angled / zoom lenses) and dimensions shapes and precise locations may differ (iv) It must not be assumed that the property has all the required planning or building regulation consents. Halls Holdings Ltd, Halls Holdings House, Bowmen Way, Battlefield, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY4 3DR. Registered in England 06597073.


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