A nowadays very rare opportunity to purchase a smallholding renovation project including 4 bed farmhouse, two large stone outbuildings and 5.1 acres in delightful surroundings
Escape to the Country
***View now to avoid disappointment***
***Very rare renovation project in the heart of West Wales***
***5.1 acres of land with an option to purchase a further 3.38 acres***
***Rural location with private access track***
***Secluded private rural position***
The property is 10 miles north of Carmarthen, 5 miles from Llanybydder and close to the Brechfa Fforest and Llanllwni Mountains. Pencader village is approximately 1.5 miles away. All main amenities can be located within a close radius including doctor surgery, local shops, supermarket, primary and secondary schools, places of worship and public houses.
An almost unheard of project property comprising of traditional stone and slate construction farmhouse with original features, 4 bedroom accommodation and good size living space.
Front Reception Hall
Flag Stone Floor, Original Board Wall
14' x 9' 3" (4.27m x 2.82m) Victorian fire place with cast iron grate, tongue and groove ceiling
15' 1" x 7' 7" (4.60m x 2.31m)
Rear Victorian Pantry
15' 6" x 7' 7" (4.72m x 2.31m) Under stairs cupboard
14' x 17' (4.27m x 5.18m) Flag stone floor, Original Inglenook fireplace with bread oven
First FloorBedroom 1
12' 4" x 15' (3.76m x 4.57m)
8' x 6' 2" (2.44m x 1.88m)
14' x 9' 3" (4.27m x 2.82m)
Undereaves Bedroom 4
31' x 6' 6" (9.45m x 1.98m)
Traditional farmstead requiring re-establishing in sheltered and completely private location
60' x 18' (18.29m x 5.49m) Stone and Slate construction with ground and first floors, requiring reroofing and with potential for conversion (s.t.c.)
Former Cow Shed
50' x 18' (15.24m x 5.49m) Stone and Slate construction with ground and first floors, requiring reroofing and with potential for conversion (s.t.c.)
5.1 acres of land is offered with the property with the option to purchase a further 3.38 acres. The land includes grounds to the front of the Farmhouse, Courtyard, Pasture and Woodland. A natural water source serves the land via the Gorwydd River. Please note there is a public footpath crossing the property which is seldom used.
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-Local Authority - Carmarthenshire County Council
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