8 bedroom farm for saleRhydlewis, Llandysul, Ceredigion, SA44
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Realistically priced this interesting, extensive and versatile property which stands on an attractive 5 acre plot is equally suited to an extended family or business use. Each of the two large spacious independent homes have their own private access with parking for numerous cars and have their own private gardens and overlook a landscaped central courtyard and stunning rural views beyond. It could work equally well as a stud, smallholding, country home for an extended family or for potential business use, with its 8 double bedrooms, such as a retreat or guesthouse making use of the fabulous nearby Cardigan Coast with its dolphins, unspoilt beaches and miles of coastal walks, quiet lanes and bridal ways for walking, horse riding or cycling.
Local shop and post office at Rhydlewis or Brynhoffnant (3 miles) and good range of banks, shops, doctors, dentist and other services at either Newcastle Emlyn (5 miles) or Cardigan (8 miles). Community primary school at Brynhoffnant (3 miles) and secondary schools in Newcastle Emlyn (5 miles), Cardigan (8 miles) and Llandysul (7 miles). This is a most interesting and potentially versatile property and viewing is highly recommended. The two properties stand in 5 acres of farmland. We would consider part-change or swap. More land could be available to purchase if needed.
If of interest to buyer a working alpha-laval goat milking parlour 12 x 12, bulk tank, milk cooler, clusters, vacuum pump and all other milking equipment could be included in the sale with 300 litre cheese vat, press and other miscellaneous cheesemaking equipment. The two large barns included in the sale could house up to 200 milking goats.
The main traditional extended stone/slate farmhouse dating back in parts to 1747 has UPVC windows throughout, and has been thermal clad within the last year and has a new oil-fired central heating with two additional wood/multi fuel fires. The large 4/5 double bedrooms are fitted with wash hand basins and the house is of sufficient size to cater for Bed & Breakfast if desired. There is a further range of farm buildings suited for a range of activities, e.g workshops, agriculture, equestrian or subject to the necessary planning permissions for conversion to holiday cottages for which they should be eligible for 40% grant assistance with the Welsh Tourist Board. The plot of approximately 5 acre is South-facing surrounded by adjacent farmland. More land could be available to purchase if needed.
The adjacent split-level 2/3 bedroom barn conversion is a most pleasing conversion of a former barn/chapel that now provides spacious, light and airy accommodation with an elevated lounge on the first floor enjoying fine views providing an ideal opportunity to obtain income from tourism or provide accommodation to extended family. Additionally there is scope should this be desired for further extension into the loft or into the lower floor and into adjacent agricultural buildings (subject to the appropriate planning permissions).
Both of the properties have their own off road parking for approximately 2 cars each and additionally there is a lane to the west of the property which leads down to an open fronted 3 cars garage and concreted area which could accommodate a dozen more.
Bedroom 1: 12’7’’ x 10’6” plus two large alcoves suitable for en suite shower, dressing room, exposed beams, window seat and excellent South facing views over the valley, original timber floors, radiator.
Bedroom 2:13’ x 12’8’’ with pedestal wash hand basin, exposed beams, window seat and excellent South facing views over the valley, original timber floors, radiator.
Bedroom 3: 13’8 x 10’5’’ with pedestal wash hand basin, double aspect windows with excellent views over the garden and hills to the East , radiator.
Bedroom 4: 11’2’’ x 10’5’’ with pedestal wash hand basin, double aspect windows with views to the West and North over gardens and front of the property.
Bathroom: With pink suite comprising panelled bath with shower attachment over, wash hand basin in vanity unit, low level w.c., bidet, part tiled walls, radiator.
Landing Exposed beams with built-in heated linen cupboard and stairs to
Entrance Hall With glazed front entrance door to spacious front entrance porch, wood block floor.
Sitting Room: 12’5’’ x 11’9’’ with alcove, Franco Belge wood burner on slate hearth and views of terrace and farmyard and hills beyond.
Dining Room/office/ or 5th bedroom
13’6’’ x 10’6’’ with two radiators, double aspect windows overlooking gardens, potential for addition of downstairs cloakroom.
Spacious rear entrance lobby with under stairs storage cupboard, glazed rear entrance door and polished wood block flooring. Combi-Boiler for central heating.
Living Room 13’ x 11’6’’ with timber studding to one wall, exposed ceiling beams, large inglenook fireplace with impressive beam over and recently installed multi fuel stove on terracotta tile hearth, radiator and archway to
Kitchen: 15’2’’ x 10’4’’ with recently installed burred-oak wall and base units, Belfast sink, oil fired Rayburn.
To the side of the farmhouse is a sheltered lawned garden and outbuildings currently used as utility room/storage. To the front of the property is an attractive raised terraced area with easily maintained rockeries and open patio area with views and to the rear of the property is a off road parking for up to 2 cars accessed by double farm gates and surrounded by conifers offering considerable privacy.
The farmhouse and barn conversion are grouped around a lawned court-yard a white rendered former cowshed approximately 64’ x 25’ now used as a multi-vehicle garage.
The Barn/chapel conversion:
This is detached and is a conversion of a former barn/chapel and has its own private courtyard/gardens and road access. Although already very spacious it offers the opportunity of further conversion and extension (without huge expense) to create a spectacular spacious home or alternatively with huge tourist potential. The accommodations currently provides:
17’4’’ x 13’ with built-in storage cupboard and loft access, large wood burner, radiator , and magnificent views with stairs down to
19’x11’1’ with glazed double doors to rear, stainless steel sink unit, extensive range of good quality kitchen units. Oil-fired Combi-boiler.
With part glazed front entrance door to private garden and door to
Bathroom:With three piece white suite, radiator
A spacious inner lobby provides access to the 3 further rooms which could be used as bedrooms or receptions etc
Lower ground floor
Currently with its own dedicated entrance this 28’x 24’ space with additional storage could be used as a home-office space or self-contained annex to the barn conversion or by the addition of stairs up to the kitchen could be used to extend the current living area affording the opportunity to convert and extend further the property with the potential to create a large South facing terrace over, offering outside access into the first floor lounge enhancing the magnificent views over the surrounding hills.
The Farm Buildings
30’ x 40’ lime washed-block and timber clad building adjacent to barn conversion with potential for conversion into holiday accommodation pending appropriate planning permissions (Welsh Tourist Board grant of 40% should be available for such a project).
Two large barns suitable for livestock or equestrian use including a modern steel span "Shufflebottom" 30'x40' barn which could be adapted as indoor ménage and a 45' x 23' former cubicle shed now providing general purpose lambing shed with further loose box at one end.
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