Talley, Llandeilo, SA19
- **Talley - Cothi Valley**
- **Prime 291 Acre Beef and Sheep Farm**
- **4 Bed Farmhouse Residence**
- **85ft Stone range with great potential for conversion**
- **Silage sheds**Cubicle Housing**Loose stock sheds etc**
- **MUST BE VIEWED** AN OPPORTUNITY NOT TO BE MISSED**
**Healthy highly productive and renowned 291 Acre Beef and Sheep Stock Rearing Farm**Upper Reaches of the Cothi Valley**Mid Way Markets towns of Llanybydder and Llandeilo**Traditional inherently fertile healthy farming unit with a reputation for producing quality livestock**An original Farm Homestead**Provides nicely maintained 4 bed farmhouse**85ft Stone Range with great potential for conversion to alternative usage (ideal holiday cottage complex - stc)**Silage Sheds, Cubicle Housing, Loose Stock sheds etc - in all over 10,000 sq ft**186 Acres of lower grazing and harvesting pastures surrounding the homestead with frontage to the River Cothi**Further 105Acres of healthy upland grazing, divided from the main farm homestead by the Mynydd Cynros Grazing Mountain of some 158 Acres benefiting grazing rights thereon**
Located in an area synonymous with good farming territory, convenient to major Marketing and Amenity Centres of the area including Llanybydder, Lampeter and Llandovery. Only some 10 miles from the Llandeilo which lies on the main A40 trunk road. OS Grid Ref 617/334.
Mains Electricity, Private Water Supply, Private Drainage. Oil Fired Central Heating (via Rayburn cooking range). Telephone subject to transfer regulations.
The placing of Cwmglaw Fawr on the market provides prospective purchasers with an opportunity of purchasing a highly productive healthy Beef, Sheep and Stock Rearing Farm renowned for the rearing of quality livestock.
This farm was formerly part of the Edwinsford Estate. The current owners and the generation before them were tenants of the Edwinsford Estate and acquired the farm from the estate in the early 1980's.
Comprising more particularly as follows -
THE FARM HOMESTEAD
Approached off a No Through district road leads to a hard surfaced traditional farm yard. Below the yard is the original farmhouse, well preserved, built of traditional stone and slate construction benefiting upvc double glazing and an oil fired central heating system.
The accommodation providing more particularly as follows -
12' 0" x 4' 5" (3.66m x 1.35m) with upvc double glazed entrance door.
Reception Room 1
12' 6" x 12' 0" (3.81m x 3.66m) with front aspect window, tiled fireplace housing an 'Arrow' wood burning stove.
19' 3" x 5' 2" (5.87m x 1.57m) (max) with original slate salting slabs, rear aspect window and side upvc exterior door.
17' 6" x 14' 0" (5.33m x 4.27m) with front aspect window, modern tiled fireplace with slate hearth, double panel radiator, telephone point.
5' 9" x 5' 2" (1.75m x 1.57m) with terrazzo tiled floor, upvc rear exterior door.
Farmhouse style Kitchen/Dining Room
20' 0" x 12' 2" (6.10m x 3.71m) with terrazzo tiled floor, 2 double panel radiators, an inset oil fired Rayburn cooking range with back boiler for domestic and central heating hot water with feature Oak beam over, fitted range of light Oak fronted base and wall cupboard units with Formica working surfaces, stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer taps, integrated Neff oven with ceramic hobs over, integrated fridge, part tiled walls, front and rear aspect windows.
25' Rear Landing on a split level
Approached via a new Oak staircase. With front aspect window and velux window.
Front Double Bedroom 1
17' 5" x 8' 1" (5.31m x 2.46m) with 2 front aspect windows, central heating radiator.
Rear Double Bedroom 2
16' 9" x 10' 2" (5.11m x 3.10m) with rear aspect window.
Rear Double Bedroom 3
12' 7" x 9' 7" (3.84m x 2.92m) with rear aspect window, double panel radiator.
Second Inner Landing
With built in airing cupboard housing copper cylinder tank.
Rear Bedroom 4
10' 4" x 8' 6" (3.15m x 2.59m) with velux window.
9' 0" x 8' 5" (2.74m x 2.57m) provides a panelled bath with telephone handset shower fitting, low level flush toilet, pedestal wash hand basin, built in cupboards, Opaque window to rear and velux window.
20' 0" x 15' 0" (6.10m x 4.57m) Of stone and slate construction perfect for conversion to further accommodation or for self contained annexe or letting unit (subject to consent)/. Currently utilised as an Utility Room having a concreted floor, power points and plumbing for automatic washing machine.
To the Front
To the front of the farmhouse is an extensive well kept lawned garden area.
At the rear, to the side of the yard is a -
Steel and Block Built General Purpose Outbuilding/Garage/Implement Store 45' 0" x 16' 0" (13.72m x 4.88m) overall divided into 3 sections.
The Upper Yard -
The upper yard is flanked on one side by an old traditional Stone Range of outbuildings measuring overall 85' 0" x 20' 0" (25.91m x 6.10m) which incorporates -
14 Tie Cow Shed
With feeding passage.
Lean to Cow Shed/ Stock Shed
22' 0" x 15' 0" (6.71m x 4.57m) of brick construction with 8 concrete cow ties.
This building is again an ideal prospect for conversion to some form of alternative commercial use such as conversion to holiday letting units (stc).
The Main Current Farm Buildings -
Are all arranged around a concrete yard and provide -
General Stock Housing Shed
57' 0" x 25' 0" (17.37m x 7.62m) divided into 4 units with galvanised front gates.
75' 0" x 30' 0" (22.86m x 9.14m) with re-enforced concrete walls. Front gates.
Lean to Cubicle Shed
75' 0" x 45' 0" (22.86m x 13.72m) with a central feeding passage and cubicles for 46.
Adjacent Stock Shed
60' 0" x 25' 0" (18.29m x 7.62m) with feeding passage.
Other Silage Shed
60' 0" x 20' 0" (18.29m x 6.10m)
Which incorporates Cwmglaw Fawr and formerly Cwmglaw Isaf - an easily farmed level to undulating pastures providing a combination of useful grazing land and harvesting fields. Bordered on the North Side by the River Cothi. Extends to 186 Acres. The district road intersects one block of mainly sloping pastures.
Adjacent to the Farm is Mynydd Cynros
Which is approximately 158 Acre Grazing Mountain of which this farm benefits grazing rights (shared with two other farms).
Useful Sheep Handling Pens
The further block of Freehold land (known as Blaencwm Yr Efail) is located (as the crow flies) some 300 metres from Cwm Glaw is an useful block of some 105 Acres of highly productive level to undulating pastures in good heart and lies about 300 metres above sea level. The current owners access this land mainly through Mynydd Cynros but there is an alternative access via vehicular which involves travelling a distance of around 2 miles.
The farm in its entirety is on a Freehold Title and will be sold with full vacant possession.
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Talley, Llandeilo, SA19
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Llangadog Station5.9 miles
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