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7 bedroom farm for sale
- Super Residential Holding
- Wonderful Valley Location
- Period Farmhouse
- Extensive Buildings
- 4 Receptions & Kitchen
- 6 Bedrooms & 4 Bathrooms
- Self Contained Cottage
- 30 Acre Or Thereabouts
A Superb Residential holding of 30 acres or thereabouts set in fabulous location amidst rolling countryside commanding wonderful views over the Towy Valley and comprising an impressive farmhouse residence, cottage and extensive range versatile buildings. The farmhouse has been the subject of much extension and refurbishment where every attempt has been made to retain and enhance the many period features. 4 Receptions & Kitchen, 6 Bedrooms and 4 Bathrooms. 1 Bedroom Cottage. Traditional and Modern buildings to include 19 stables.
3.75m(12'4'') x 2.14m(7'0'')
Vaulted pine panelled ceiling to part. Oak panel doors off to reception rooms. Slate floor. Meter cupboard.
2.99m(9'10'') x 1.32m(4'4'')
Single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Base cupboard. Slate tiled floor. Water filter.
7.98m(26'2'') x 2.95m(9'8'')
Impressive stone and brick Inglenook fireplace incorporating Efel oil fired range on brick hearth. Wall recess with display shelves. Exposed ceiling beams.
Another Room Aspect
'Bespoke' Fitted Kitchen
4.37m(14'4'') x 3.73m(12'3'')
with range of fitted base and eye level country pine effect handmade kitchen units incorporating a 'dressers' style unit with glazed display cupboards, double bowl sink unit, electric 'Leisure Range Master 110' cooking range with vented canopied cooker hood over. PVCu double glazed window to rear with rural views. Plumbing for dishwasher. 9 power points. Telephone point. Natural slate flooring.
A Further Room View
With french doors to:-
5.18m(17'0'') x 3.05m(10'0'')
Vaulted pine panel ceiling. Low brick wall surround. Stone tiled floor with underfloor heating.
Another Room Aspect
4.27m(14'0'') x 3.87m(12'8'')
Decorative recess with fitted shelves and beam above. Exposed ceiling beams. Understairs office area. Slate tiled floor.
6.25m(20'6'') x 3.67m(12'0'') max
Attractive staircase to first floor. Feature pointed brick wall. Wall lights. Access to understair store cupboard.
Low level W.C. Hand basin.
4.72m(15'6'') x 3.01m(9'11'')
Feature pointed brick wall. External door. Telephone line. 6 Power Points.
3.45m(11'4'') x 2.55m(8'4'')
Worcester oil fired boiler which serves the heating requirements. 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink unt with mixer tap. Fitted cupboards.
6.68m(21'11'') x 5.64m(18'6'')
Inglenook style fireplace with flagstone heath and incorporating Efel oil fired range. Exposed ceiling beams.
Another Room Aspect
6.21m(20'5'') x 2.48m(8'2'') max
with feature arched window to side elevation. Attractive ballustrade. Pointed brick walls. Wall lights.
5.64m(18'6'') x 4.66m(15'3'')
Built in extensive range wardobes. French door to balcony. Vaulted beam ceiling.
View From Balcony
3.59m(11'9'') x 1.91m(6'3'')
Shower in fully tiled and glazed cubicle, panelled bath, pedestal hand basin and low level W.C. Pine panelled surround to dado height. Tiled floor.
3.61m(11'10'') x 3.44m(11'3'')
4.76m(15'7'') x 3.00m(9'10'')
Oak floor boards. Access to attic.
4.20m(13'9'') x 3.29m(10'10'')
Freestanding slipper roll top bath with shower mixer tap, pedestal hand basin and low level W.C. Walk in fully tiled and glazed shower cubicle. Built in linen and airing cupboard. Slate tiled floor. Travertine limestone tiled wall with slate edging. Chrome towel heater.
4.27m(14'0'') x 3.72m(12'2'')
Open plan arch to
Extensive built in wardrobes with hanging rails and shelving.
3.47m(11'5'') x 2.03m(6'8'')
Shower in glazed and travertine limestone tiled cubicle. Hand basin in pine washstand surround. Low level W.C. Slate floor.
4.29m(14'1'') x 3.77m(12'4'')
Oak floor boards.
Oak door to inner staircase leading to attic room
6.80m(22'4'') x 4.25m(13'11'')
Vaulted beam ceiling with downlighters. Wood effect floor. Access to eaves cupboards. Door to balcony.
3.66m(12'0'') x 1.66m(5'5'')
Mira shower in tiled and glazed cubicle. Designer hand basin on pedestal. Low level W.C. Wall mirror with vanity lights. Ceiling downlighters. Access to eaves cupboard. Wall recess with shelf.
7.05m(23'2'') x 3.96m(13'0'')
Single drainer ceramic sink unit with mixer tap. Fitted range base, wall and glazed display cupboards. Granite worksurface and breakfast bar. Pointed brick wall. Slate floor with under floor heating
Another Room Aspect
3.81m(12'6'') x 2.12m(6'11'')
Slate floor. Open plan to
4.23m(13'11'') x 3.95m(13'0'')
Built in range wardrobes. Pointed stone wall. Vaulted beam ceiling. Wood effect floor with underfloor heating.
Shower in tiled and glazed cubicle. Designer hand basin on stainless steel pedestal. Low level W.C. Vaulted ceiling with skylight. Built in Airing Cupboard with radiator and plumbing for automatic washing machine.
The buildings at Glancellyn are well arranged around a spacious homestead, each area with good vehicular access from the farm drive.
Stable Block & Tack Room
This building is located below the farmhouse at the end of the courtyard and provides three commodious stables and tack room with concrete paved forecourt.
General Purpose Workshop
11.84m(38'10'') x 6.17m(20'3'')
A steel frame and block built building with roller shutter door to front elevation.
A purpose brick built kennel block with five courtyards and feed store.
Umbrella Building 1
50.00m(164'1'') x 12.80m(42'0'') max
A superb steel frame building with two enclosed sections at either end and open front inner courtyard which presently provides an extensive range of fifteen superb purpose built stables and handling enclosure together with a five horse exerciser at the northern end of the building. The open fronted courtyard provides versatile equipment storage and also has a gated access to the dung composting yard.
A Further Aspect
A concrete paved gated courtyard which connects with the second general purpose umbrella building for ease of movement of livestock and equipment.
Umbrella Building 2
23.92m(78'6'') x 15.41m(50'7'')
This incorparates a former silo barn now providing fodder and equipment storage.
A Further Building Aspect
Stone & Slate Barn
This is arranged in three sections and provides a tack room 5.05m x 4.49m and two workshops 5.34m x 2.49m and 5.34m x 2.92m. It also incorporates a cloakroom with W.C.
Open Front Implement Store
A five bay steel frame implement and general storage building located alongside the second umbrella building. This opens onto a spacious enclosed level yard which is used for stock handling, storage and access to the manege
A purpose built full size manege with sand and rubber surface together with rubber sheeted sides.
Glancellyn is approached over an attractive lane from the county road which leads to the private tarmac drive that continues into the homestead. There are a number of fine mature Beech trees located alongside the driveway together with post and rail paddock fencing.
To the front of the property with a southerly aspect is a large expanse of lawn which leads to a small orchard that has a variety of fruiting trees.
At the highest point of the garden there is an attractive Summer house which provides an ideal environment to take in the wonderful views from this location.
Immediately to the front of the house is a large expanse of sandstone patio which opens onto the lawned garden and has attactive steps leading to the upper garden area which are bordered by established herbaceous beds creating an excellent environment for 'al fresco' living.
The land surrounds the homestead and extends to some 30 acres or thereabouts of good size well fenced paddocks which area laid to pasture. The land is level or on a gentle gradient and has a generally southerly aspect capable of good yields of quality fodder.
We are advised that the property is connected to mains electricity and water(Bore Hole). Private drainage.
Tenure And Possession
We understand that the property is freehold and that vacant possession will be given on completion
We are advised that the property is in Band ' ' and that the liability for the year 2011/2012 is £
A wide range of public and private schools are to be found locally - www.carmarthenshire.gov.uk. Private schools include Llandovery College, St Michaels, Llanelli and Christ College, Brecon (independent schools www.isc.c.uk.)
Sporting & Recreational
There are wonderful opportunities for walking, riding and cycling from the property. Hunting is with the Llandeilo Farmer's Hunt. The Rivers Towy and Cothi are noted for their Salmon and Sewin (Sea Trout) fishing, membership of associations in by application. There are Golf courses at Llandybie, Garnant and Carmarthen. The area is noted for its ancient castles and Gardens, with Aberglasney and the Botanic Garden of Wales within a quarter of an hours drive. The extensive Gower, Carmarthen and Pembrokeshire coastline are within an hours drive.
Glancellyn is situated in a wonderful secluded yet convenient location between the hamlets of Nantgaredig and Dryslwyn. It is a short distance from the A. 40 (1 mile), providing easy access to the Country Market town of Llandeilo (7 miles) and County administrative town of Carmarthen (10 miles) both of who provide a good range of facilities. The M.4 motorway can be joined at Pont Abraham (10 miles) providing access to the University city of Swansea and of course is the main route to the rest of the country.
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After Hours Contact
Jonathan Morgan 07989 296883
These details are a general guideline for intending purchasers and do not constitute an offer of contract. BJP have visited the property , but not surveyed or tested any of the appliances, services or systems in it including heating, plumbing, drainage etc. The Sellers have checked and approved the details, however purchasers must rely on their own and/or their Surveyor's inspections and the Solicitors enquiries to determine the overall condition, size and acreage of the property, and also any Planning, Rights of Way, Easements, or other matters relating to it.
Proof Of Identity
In order to comply with anti-money laundering regulations, BJP Residential Ltd require all buyers to provide us with:
(i) proof of identity
(ii) proof of current residential address
The following documents must be presented in all cases:
IDENTITY DOCUMENTS: A photographic ID, such as current passport or UK driving licence
EVIDENCE OF ADDRESS: A bank, building society statement, utility bill, credit card bill or any other form of ID, issued within the previous three months, providing evidence of residency as the correspondence address.
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