Cilycwm, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire.

£980,000 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms

Externally.
Outbuildings
Externally.
Land
Outbuildings
Outbuildings
Externally.
Kitchen/Diner
Kitchen/Diner
Sitting Room
Wet Room
Kitchen/Diner
Gwalrhedyn Barn
Outbuildings
Outbuildings
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  • 119 Acre Livestock Farm
  • Traditional 4 Bedroom, 2 Reception Room & 2 Bathroom Farmhouse
  • A Superb Range Of Traditional & Modern Outbuildings
  • Magnificent Views Of Upper Towy Valley
  • Farm Is Licenced As 5 Van Caravan Site & For Sale Of Alcohol & Registered Entertainment
  • Option To Purchase Additional 23 Acres
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A 119 acre former livestock farm lying north of the market town of Llandovery in the Upper Towy Valley enjoying a serene location with uninterrupted views. The property comprises a traditional 4 bedroom farmhouse with 2 reception rooms, kitchen/diner, office and 2 bathrooms. The farmhouse fronts on to the farmyard which is bordered on 2 sides by a traditional range of outbuildings, with more modern outbuildings behind.

The property is situated within ½ mile of the rural village of Cilycwm which benefits from a public house/restaurant and a listed Medieval Church. The village sits in unspoiled landscape with a rich cultural history, vibrant natural beauty and, is one of the few remote areas left in Southern Britain.

Approximately 4 miles away lies the town of Llandovery which benefits from comprehensive shopping facilities with a variety of shops, post office, bank, doctors surgery, cottage hospital, public houses/restaurants, primary school and Llandovery College in the private sector together with a swimming pool and a supermarket on the outskirts of the town. There is a station on the Heart of Wales line from Shrewsbury to Swansea. To the south of Llandovery lies the Brecon Beacons National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty.

The accommodation comprises as follows:

Room details

Entrance Porch 15' 0" x 6' 06"
With floor level cupboards, stainless steel sink and drainer. Panelled ceiling. Plumbing for washing machine. Electric wall heater. Tiled floor.

Kitchen/Diner
23' 7 x 13' 3 reducing to 8'1 with a range of floor and eye level drawers and cupboards. Stainless steel sink and drainer set in granite worktop. Integral dishwasher. Siemens eye level oven and Siemens 4 ring electric hob with extractor oven. Part tiled walls and tiled floor. Recess lighting. Radiator. Door to

Living Room 11' 05" x 8' 03"
With solid fuel Rayburn set in stone inglenook. Tiled floor.

Sitting Room 13' 10" x 12' 01"
With gas fire set in surround with mantel over and slate hearth. Exposed beams. Understairs cupboard.

Utility Room 14' 09" x 5' 09"
With tiled floor, Worcester oil fired boiler, radiator, door to front elevation, access hatch to roof space.

Office 10' 03" x 6' 01"
With tiled floor.

Wet Room 10' 02" x 8' 01"
With walk in shower, low level wc, free standing bath, fully tiled walls and floor, pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail, mirror with lights, recess lighting, extractor fan.

Rear Porch
With panelled ceiling.

Rear Hall
With panelled ceiling, radiator and part panelled walls.

First Floor

Landing
With radiator. Panelled ceiling.

Bedroom 1 13' 07" x 9' 03"
With radiator, built in cupboards and access to roof space.

Bathroom 8' 11" x 7' 04"
With airing cupboard storing hot water tank, panelled bath, low level wc, pedestal wash basin, part tiled walls, radiator.

Bedroom 2 13' 09" x 8' 05"
With radiator and built in cupboards.

Bedroom 3 9' 02" x 6' 00"
With radiator.

Bedroom 4 13' 10" x 8' 00"
With radiator.

Externally.
The property is approached by a concrete drive off a quiet rural road leading to the farmyard surrounded by outbuildings. To the side of the property is a Garage with space for 2 vehicles. To the rear of the property is a partly lawned garden with vegetable patch and outside toilet.

Outbuildings
Traditional stone and slate range being L-shaped and including COACH HOUSE AND GRANARY measuring 75' x 20' and 60' x 20'. Lean-To GENERAL PURPOSE SHED 60' x 20' of part block and part timber walls with profile sheet roof and Lean-To CHICKEN SHED. DUTCH BARN with Lean-To measuring 40' x 36'. GENERAL PURPOSE SHED of steel frame construction with part block and part shuttered concrete walls and corrugated asbestos roof measuring 90' x 45' with Lean-To 75' x 30' and further adjoining SHEEP SHED of steel frame construction with part block and part vent air walls and asbestos cement roof measuring 75' x 45'. Atcost type concrete frame SILAGE CLAMP with rendered concrete block walls and asbestos cement roof measuring 75' x 34' with FURTHER LEAN-TO 75' x 24' and 60' x 34' including FORMER DAIRY and MILKING PARLOUR. MSCHINERY SHED of block and timber walls and profile sheet roof measuring 45' x 20'. Block and profile sheet CHICKEN SHED. SLURRY TANK.

Gwalrhedyn Barn
This is a detached barn in an elevated position towards the north of the farm which in 2012 had full planning permission for conversion to a
residential unit under application number E/27082. Details of this permission which has now elapsed are with the selling agents.

Land
Extending in all to approximately 119 acres. As can be seen from the enclosed plan the land lies either side of the minor county road with the land on the eastern borders of the property being mostly level pasture land capable of silage production. Towards the western side of the holding the land slopes up and actually borders Mynydd Mallaen on the northern edge. The farm also enjoys hill rights on Mynydd Mallaen, further details of which can be obtained from the selling agents.

Option
There is an option to purchase a nearby block of 23 acres of land.

Commercial Potential
The farm includes a licenced 5 van caravan site.
The property is also a licenced premise under the Premises Licensing Act 2003 for the sale by retail of alcohol to conduct regulated entertainment and for late night refreshment. Details of these licenses may be obtained from the vendor.

Council Tax
The house is in Band D.

Services
Mains electricity, private drainage, private water and oil fired central heating.

Local Authority
Carmarthenshire County Council, District Offices, 3 Spilman Street, Carmarthen, SA31 1LE. Tel: (01267) 234567.

Viewing
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.

After Hours
Mick Gough 07971 111096.

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