Rhandirmwyn, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire.
£0 5 bedrooms 1 bathrooms
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- 291 Acre Livestock Farm
- 5 Bedroom Grade II Listed Farmhouse
- In Need Of Upgrading
- 2 Ranges Of Traditional Outbuildings
- Located Within Its Own Valley
- Upper Towy Valley Location
- Additional information
- Style Detached
A 291 acre livestock farm situated in the upper Towy Valley to the south of the village of Rhandirmwyn with the western boundaries fronting the River Towy. Recorded history of Dugoedydd Farm dates from about 1660 and for many years it was part of the Cawdor Estate.
Utility 14' 06" x 10' 03"
With Belfast sink, separate low level WC.
Dining Room 18' 07" x 15' 05" Max
With open fireplace with Oak bressumer and former bread oven with solid fuel Rayburn supplying hot water.
Kitchen 19' 01" x 12' 02"
With sink and drainer and a range of floor drawers and cupboards and shelving, triple aspect windows.
Living Room 14' 11" x 14' 03"
With fireplace having solid fuel burner, dual aspect windows. Understairs office understood to be the rent collectors office for the estate which faces the entrance hall.
With staircase to first floor.
Drawing room 15' 06" x 14' 11"
Bedroom 1 15' 04" x 14' 11"
Bedroom 2 10' 09" x 7' 10"
Bedroom 3 14' 11" x 10' 07"
Landing (2nd) 19' 02" x 15' 08"
Bedroom 4 11' 08" x 10' 00"
With low level WC, bath, airing cupboard with hot water tank.
Bedroom 5 14' 07" x 10' 02"
To the front of the house is a lawned area and to one side is an extensive garden area. To the other side of the house is a courtyard which principally comprises; 2 Stone and Slate Ranges each measuring approximately 89' x 21' which form two sides of the courtyard and include 2 Coach Houses. There is also a Former Dairy and Open Fronted Shed. 4 Traditional Pig Sties of stone and slate construction. Hay Barn of rudimentary construction. Dutch Barn of steel framed construction with part block walls and corrugated roof with side lean-to of block walls and profile roof in use as Machinery Shed and further lean-to Cubicle Shed of timber framed construction with cubicles for 24.
The most recent declaration suggests a total acreage of the farm of 117.96 hectares (291.4 acres) of which 103.79 hectares has been claimed for the Basic Payment Scheme. As can be seen from the enclosed plan the farm lies in a compact block with the house and outbuildings situated towards the centre. The land to the south of the farmhouse and along the enclosures which run along the River Towy are mostly flat pasture land and lie at around 350 feet above sea level. The land to the east of the farmhouse rises to about 700 feet above sea level. Good access is provided to the farm via a Council maintained road which runs to the farmhouse. It should also be noted that the farm includes one field extending to nearly 6 acres which lies on the opposite side of the River Towy and can not be accessed exept by crossing the river. We are informed that no fertiliser has been applied to the farm since 2007.
Mains electricity, private water and drainage.
Carmarthenshire County Council, District Offices, 3 Spilman Street, Carmarthen, SA31 1LE. Tel: (01267) 234567.
Strictly by appointment please through the selling agents Messrs Clee Tompkinson & Francis through whom all negotiations should be conducted. Please contact our Llandovery Office (01550) 720440.
Mick Gough 07971 111096.
Freehold with vacant possession. There is a private right of way which runs through the land to access a property in third party ownership known as Dugoedydd Fach. Fishing Rights on the western boundary are not included in the sale.
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