If you are looking for peace and quiet this 4 bedroom property is just for you. This charming rural property is set in approximately 45 acres of land and located in a fine position enjoying the ever changing views of the surrounding countryside and at the foot of the mystical Llyn y Fan famously known for its 'Lady of the Lake'.
The main farmhouse which has been lovingly maintained by the current owners for over 62 years, includes all that could be expected of a family home and comprises; kitchen, living room, sun room and utility to the ground floor with staircase rising to the first floor with 4 bedrooms and bathroom. Externally the property is set just off a minor county road and surrounded by lawned gardens, parking for several vehicles and a range of useful outbuildings on the main yard and across the road.
Located in the picturesque Brecon Beacons National Park and International Dark Sky Reserve the area around is particularly well endowed with wildlife and is ideal for bird watching, hill walking and other country pursuits in this beautiful area. The village of Llangadog lies just under 8 miles away with, newsagents/post office, butchers, mini market, public houses & restaurants with the market town of Llandovery located approximately 14 miles away and offering more comprehensive shopping facilities including public houses/restaurants, cafes, post office, cottage hospital, doctors surgery, swimming pool and supermarket just on the outskirts of town with junior school and Llandovery College in the private sector. (CTFRP)
The main residence comprises as follows:
Living Room (25' 02" Min x 15' 07" or 7.67m Min x 4.75m)
with former stone fireplace, feature stone wall, 2 radiators and underfloor heating. Staircase to first floor.
Kitchen (20' 11" x 7' 01" or 6.38m x 2.16m)
with floor and eye level drawers and cupboards, double stainless steel sink, Inglenook with log burner. Former bread oven. Part tiled walls and tiled floor. Radiator.
Sun Room (19' 06" x 9' 06" or 5.94m x 2.90m)
being triple aspect with wonderful views of Llyn y Fan. 3 velux roof lights. Radiator. Tiled floor. Door to outside.
Utility (10' 0" x 9' 06" or 3.05m x 2.90m)
with stainless steel sink and drainer. Plumbing for washing machine. Grant oil fired boiler. Radiator. Extractor fan. Door to rear.
with access hatch to roof space. Velux window.
Bedroom 1 (12' 03" x 7' 05" or 3.73m x 2.26m)
with storage cupboard, radiator and panelled ceiling.
Bedroom 2 (9' 05" x 8' 06" or 2.87m x 2.59m)
Bedroom 3 (0' 0" x 0' 00" or 0.00m x 0.00m)
10' 10 increasing to 12' 08 x 15' 08 with stone chimney breast and radiator.
Bathroom (12' 05" x 7' 03" or 3.78m x 2.21m)
with low level wc, panelled bath, shower cubicle and pedestal wash hand basin. Heated towel rail and fan heater. Radiator. Extractor fan. Airing cupboard.
Bedroom 4 (11' 02" x 7' 02" or 3.40m x 2.18m)
To the front of the property is a lawned garden with a wide range of bushes, plants and trees which include apple trees, 2 cherry trees, Victorian plum and black and red currants. To the side of the house is a detached toilet block consisting of 2 separate toilets with wash basins, these are used by campers visiting the site.
next to the main farm house is a Open Fronted Barn of pole construction with stone walls and profile sheet roof with lean to Kennel and Log Store to the rear. Traditional Stone Barn formerly a stable block with stone steps to
additional storage with potential for conversion measuring 33' 02 x 16'0 with 2 velux windows. To the rear of the property are useful Sheep Handling Pens.
Across the road is a Dutch Barn measuring 45' x 15' of steel framed construction with part block and part corrugated walls and corrugated roof with Side Lean To extension measuring 45' x 20'. To the side is an Open Fronted Shed of part block and part timber construction with 2 cubicles being 12' x 12'. Further Open Fronted Shed or corrugated sheet and asbestos construction.
The land extends to approximately 45 acres in total. As can be seen by the attached land map the land is split by a road.
We have been informed by the vendor that the Southern woodland was formerly a Nature Reserve managed in agreement with the Brecon Beacons National Park as a habitat for rare flora and fauna. The farm also includes Fishing Rights on the River Sawdde. The property benefits from Hill Grazing Rights for 374 sheep and 9 cattle. The vendor would be open to considering offers on the property with a smaller acreage.
Tourism & Camping
The vendors do have campers visit the site, mostly but not exclusively young people in the Duke of Edinburgh award scheme. In previous years they have also run a successful catering business and a pony trekking enterprise.
We have been informed by the vendor that along the Western boundary there is a permissive path and for many years graziers have used this route to reach the mountain.
Basic Farm Payment Entitlements
are available by separate agreement if required.
With mains electricity. Mains water to the house and private drainage with private water supply to fields. Underfloor heating in living room from Grant oil fired boiler which also heats the kitchen, sun room and utility radiators. The radiators in the living room and on the first floor are heated via the log burner which also has a back burner and immersion heater.
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.
Council Tax Band : E