A great opportunity to buy a substantial smallholding of 60 acres including 3 bed house and range of outbuildings at a very realistic price. The house is in need of further modernisation, but it sits in a peaceful and private location well off any road and with no near neighbours. Although in an elevated position, the land is flat! Easy access to Carmarthen, some 20-25 minutes away.
A traditional Welsh farmhouse in need of some modernisation, offering good-sized living accommodation over two floors with plenty of character. Downstairs is a kitchen, utility / cloakroom, lounge / diner and sitting room, whilst upstairs there are three good-sized bedrooms, a box room and family bathroom.
The accommodation, with approximate dimensions, comprises:
ENTRANCE HALL Door to front, radiator, stairs
KITCHEN 4.05m x 1.9m (13’3” x 6’2”) Range of base and wall units, 1½ bowl resin sink, tiled splash back, oil fired Rayburn for hot water and central heating, window to rear, beamed ceiling
UTILITY 4.15m x 1.9m (13’7” x 6’2”) Understairs cupboard, stainless steel sink, plumbing for washing machine, WC, radiator, window to rear and side
LOUNGE 4.2m x 4.1m (13’9” x 13’6”) Inset woodburner with back boiler capable of running hot water and central heating, beamed ceiling, window to rear
SITTING ROOM 3m x 4.1m (9’9” x 13’6”) Inset wood burner on slate hearth, beamed ceiling, window to front, radiator
LANDING Window to rear
BATHROOM White 3 piece suite with vanity unit, radiator, airing cupboard, window to rear
BEDROOM 1 2.85m x 2.75m (9’4” x 9’1”) Window to rear
BEDROOM 2 3.5m x 3.2m (11’6” x 10’8”) Built-in wardrobes, window to front
BEDROOM 3 2.95m x 3.35m (9’8” x 11’6”) Window to front, radiator
BOX ROOM 1.85m x 1.25m (6’ x 4’1”) Window to front. Ideal as en-suite or small study.
The property is approached over a long track of approx ½ mile. This leads up to the side of the house and round into the yard. There is plenty of parking and turning for cars and machinery.
To the rear of the house there is a small but sheltered garden, laid to lawn. This provides plenty of space to sit out and enjoy the environment. To the front of the house is the yard. The property lies on the route of an old Roman road which is still very clearly in evidence to the rear.
The buildings are set around a yard close to the house and include:
Large OPEN BARN providing storage or shelter for animals, 17m x 6.1m (55’ x 30’)
LEAN-TO to rear of barn 5.8m x 4.3m (19’ x 14’)
DUTCH BARN at right angles to and attached to the open barn 7.9m x 8m (26’ x 26’4)
A corrugated building consisting of :
GARAGE 5.5m x 5.5m (18’ x 18’)
WOOD SHED / HAY STORE 8.9m x 5.7m (30’ x 18’9)
WORKSHOP with power and water connected 8m x 7.1m (26’ x 23’3)
Further BARN of stone and steel construction 5.9m x 4.35m (19’4 x 14’3). This currently houses 3 kennels. The barn is built utilising the walls of what was probably the original cottage. Only part of the length has been re-roofed to form the barn. The barn could be extended if required.
The land surrounds the house and yard and unusually is virtually all flat. It is all down to pasture.
The land is divided into a number of enclosures. A large shelter belt has been planted on two sides of the land, this has been carried out under a grant, and consists of a 10m wide strip planted up with indigenous species. There has also been re-fencing work carried out under the same scheme.
In total, the land extends to some 60 acres.
At present, the owner lets out a large proportion of the land. The land is also in the Tir Gofal scheme run by the Welsh Assembly. Together, these two bring in approx £5000 per annum.
Mains electricity is connected. Private water and drainage.
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