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Llanwrda, Carmarthenshire

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£1,250,000
Added on 12/09/2019
McCartneys LLP, Brecon
PROPERTY TYPE
Detached
BEDROOMS
x4
BATHROOMS
x2

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

Troedyrhiw Farm is a highly productive 195 acre livestock farm, offering total privacy, with no near neighbours and stunning views of the Brecon Beacons and the picturesque Carmarthenshire countryside. The property comprises of a substantial modern four bedroomed farmhouse with an open plan kitchen, dining room and conservatory, traditional and modern outbuildings and pasture land enjoying a secluded location breath-taking views of the surrounding countryside.

THE FARMHOUSE

A substantial modern four bedroom farmhouse facing south with far reaching views over open countryside. The house offers flexible modern accommodation that has been finished to a very good standard. The property comprises of the following accommodation (measurements for identification only)

GROUND FLOOR

ENTRANCE PORCH

Double glazed window to eastern elevation, tiled floor, stable door from exterior, door leading to:

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM

8.4m x 4.6m

Double glazed window to rear and side elevations with opening leading to south facing conservatory, wall and floor mounted kitchen units with roll fronted work surface, white sink and drainer unit, tiled splash backs, Nobel range cooker, tiled splash backs and tiled floor.

CONSERVATORY

4m x 2.6m

Modern double glazed conservatory that is south facing with far reaching views, tiled floor.

LIVING ROOM

5.6m x 4.5m

Double glazed window to south elevation, fire place with oak mantel and flagstone hearth with inset wood burning stove, coved ceiling, radiator, doors leading to:

ENTRANCE HALL

With solid door from south elevation and further door leading:

STUDY/BEDROOM 4

4.4m x 2.8m

Double glazed window to south elevation, double radiator, coved ceiling, and laminate floor.

UTILITY ROOM

3.6m x 2.9m

Double glazed window and solid timber door to rear elevation, stainless steel sink and drainer unit within a floor mounted kitchen unit with roll fronted work surface, plumbing for washing machine, coved ceiling and door leading to;

SHOWER ROOM

2.9m x 1.2m

Double glazed window to rear elevation, low flush w.c, radiator, wash basin, partially fitted shower unit with a Mira Sprint shower and fully tiled walls.

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING

Double glazed window to rear elevation, radiator, built-in wardrobe, airing cupboard containing a vented hot water cylinder and water tank, coved ceiling, timber balustrade and staircase to ground floor.

BATHROOM 1

Double glazed window to rear, low flush w.c, sink vanity unit, panelled bath, double shower cubicle, cushioned floor, coved ceiling and double radiator,

BEDROOM 1

5.2m x 4.9m

Double glazed window to southern elevation, access hatch to loft, two double radiators and laminate floor

BEDROOM 2

5.3m x 4.7m

Double glazed window to southern elevation, coved ceiling, radiator and built-in wardrobe.

BEDROOM 3

5.3m x 4.6m

Double glazed window to southern elevation, coved ceiling, radiator and built-in wardrobe,

BATHROOM 2

Double glazed window to northern elevation, coved ceiling, panelled bath with shower over, low flush w.c, double corner shower unit with, radiator.

PARKING AREA

large parking and turning area, with a range of useful outbuildings and triple bay timber garages.

COTTAGE GARDEN

A large south facing cottage garden located adjacent to the house

THE LAND

The farm is currently utilised for rearing beef cattle with sheep on winter tack. Much of the land has been ploughed, limed and re-seeded with Rye grass within the last 5 years. The land extends to approximately 195 acres in total of which approximately 90 acres is laid to permanent pasture, 70 acres of cropping/grazing land and 25 acres of predominantly oak woodland. The land also is still in receipt of payments from the Woodland Creation Grant. The farm has been sympathetically managed, achieving an excellent combination of a productive farm and a haven for wildlife with 3 established wildlife ponds.

HEIGHT ABOVE SEA LEVEL

the lowest lying fields on the farm start at 200 metres and rise steadily (and steeply in places) to 338 metres above sea level.

BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME & GRANTS

The owner is in receipt of SFP and this is available to the purchaser. Approximately 5.8 acres of woodland is subject to the woodland creation grant for 15 years.

SOIL TYPE

The soil is generally freely draining acid loamy soils over rock with some areas of the farm also having slowly permeable seasonally wet acid loamy and clayey soils.

REAR HALLWAY

4.2m x 2.9m

Double glazed window to north elevation, tiled floor, radiator, coved ceiling, staircase to first floor, cupboard beneath staircase, doors leading to:

WATER

Private borehole. The Farm is also connected to mains.

HEDGES and FENCES

All fields are generally stock proof.

SHOOTING & FISHING

Shooting rights are understood to be in hand.

WAYLEAVES & PAYMENTS

We understand that the property is in receipt of an annual payments. We are advised there is only footpath on the entire farm, extending to around 150 yards as seen on the map.

THE PRINCIPAL OUTBUILDINGS

Comprising of the following

Upper Barn

22.86m x 13.71m

Modern portal framed cattle barn built in two sections but linked by a central canopy. Large hard standing area to front. The barn is accessed by a stoned roadway from the lower barn.

Lower Barn

54.86m x 12.19m

Modern steel portal frame building with front canopy, profiled sheet roof, power and light, water supply, concrete floor, single bay has been fitted out as a bulk feed store, large hard-standing area to front and side of building.

Stone 'Cruck' framed barn

14.63m x 6.7m

An historic Grade II listed stone barn with a timber Cruck frame, power and light. Accessed directly from the parking/farmyard area to the front of the house.

Dutch Barn

18.28m x 10.97m

Located behind the stone 'Cruck' framed barn, concrete floor, power and light, provides secure storage.

Store Shed

12.19m x 6.1m

Located adjacent to the driveway and parking/farm yard area. Power and light.

Garages

9.14m x 4.88m

3-bays with timber frontage, power and light and up and over doors.

Further Outbuildings

A further range of outbuildings are located adjacent to the farmyard/parking area and comprise of workshops, store and garage.

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Llanwrda, Carmarthenshire

NEAREST STATIONS

Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Llanwrda Station4.3 miles
  • Llandovery Station4.9 miles
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McCartneys LLP, Brecon

40 High Street, Brecon, LD3 7AP

McCartneys LLP, Brecon

McCartneys LLP is the leading independent Auctioneers, Estate Agents, Chartered Surveyors and Valuers in the Marches, Mid Wales and West Midlands, with seventeen Property Offices and five Livestock Centres covering 4 counties.

The original Partnership, established in 1874, has developed into a strong independent professional firm serving its' clients throughout the West Midlands and Welsh Borders, with pride and expertise.

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