- Advert Expiry Date: Tuesday, 13th June 2017
- Property / Land Type: Property
- Price Description £950,000 Guide price
Idyllic Carmarthenshire farm. Approximately 111.9 acres (stms). 5/6 bedroom farmhouse. Traditional stone barns. Conversion potential. Modern farm outbuildings. Productive farmland. Bordering the River Taf. Single bank fishing rights. EPC = E.
Property agent Location
Cefnfarchen occupies a most private and tranquil rural setting enjoying a delightful aspect overlooking surrounding farmland, yet within a few miles of the A40, which provides an excellent road link to all the major towns of the area. Located on the border of Carmarthenshire and the coastal county of Pembrokeshire, Cefnfarchen lies within easy reach of the small
towns of Narberth and Whitland, which between them provide an excellent range of local services and amenities to cater for everyday requirements, whilst further afield are the larger county towns of Carmarthen and Haverfordwest. The superb scenery of the Pembrokeshire coastline is readily accessible with the coastal resorts of Saundersfoot and Tenby both being close at hand to the south. The setting of Cefnfarchen will appeal to
those potential purchasers seeking a character property with the benefits of its own land, enjoying a very pleasant aspect, but convenient to the road network and town amenities.
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Occupying a delightful yet convenient rural setting in the west
Carmarthenshire countryside, close to its border with the coastal
county of Pembrokeshire, Cefnfarchen is an appealing residential
stock farm extending to approximately 111.9 acres (stms – subject to measured survey) and including two substantial stone ranges, that have conversion potential, subject to the necessary planning consents being obtained, together with Single Bank Fishing Rights on the River Taf. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the tranquillity of the location, the character of the residence and the potential offered by the
property. This will showcase the property's unique setting, aspect and seclusion, quality of land, south facing, mostly level clean pastureland or arable, well-fenced, gated and watered, the potential of the two large stone barns and approximately 0.6 miles (stms) of river frontage to the well-known River Taf.
A uPVC entrance door opens into the main Entrance Hall with stairs rising to the first floor and an under stairs storage cupboard.
Shower Room: Situated off the Hallway and including a shower
cubicle with a 'Redring' Electric Shower, together with a W.C. and an inset wash basin. The ceiling is tongue and groove clad and there is a sauna off although this is not fitted.
Main Hallway: With radiator, stairs rising to the first floor and an
under stairs storage cupboard.
Bedroom 1: With uPVC door and side panels opening to the rear
garden and radiator. This leads to a:-
Wetroom: With radiator, wash hand basin, W.C. and a tiled shower area with low level "Redring" shower. There are fully tiled walls.
Living Room: With uPVC double glazed window to the fore, electric fire built in a timber surround and radiator.
Sitting Room: With 2 uPVC double glazed windows to the side, 2
radiators, wood burner in timber surround, shelved storage cupboard.
Kitchen: With radiator, "Rayburn Royal" for hot water only, base
and wall units, stainless steel 1½ bowl sink unit, uPVC double
glazed window to the rear and uPVC door to the side and electric
Bedroom 2: With uPVC double glazed window to the rear, sloping
ceiling and radiator.
Main Landing: With radiator and walk in airing cupboard.
Bedroom 3: With uPVC double glazed window to the rear and
Bathroom: With part tiled walls, 3 piece suite, radiator, "Mira" shower cubicle, extractor fan, uPVC double glazed window to the rear.
Bedroom 4: With uPVC double glazed window and radiator.
Bedroom 5/Office: With radiator and uPVC double glazed window
to the side.
Bedroom 6: With radiator and uPVC double glazed window.
The grounds around the farmhouse are predominantly laid to level and gently undulating lawn. To the fore of the residence is a patio area which overlooks the surrounding farmland and has an established shrub border.
The original farmstead includes two substantial traditionally
constructed ranges that have the potential for conversion to residential accommodation subject to any necessary consents being obtained. The principal Stone Range has a slate roof. The building is internally sub-divided to provide various storage areas and a workshop together with the original Carthouse etc with part being used as a utility area having a concrete floor together with plumbing for an automatic washing machine and oil fired boiler for the central heating. The second Range fronts onto the extensive concrete yard areas that provide ample car parking space. Again this building is used for storage and there are further lean-to storage buildings to the rear. There is also a more modern block built range that is a former Cubicle shed.
The land extends in total to approximately 111.9 acres (stms) of which approximately 102 acres is classed as GR2 (permanent grassland), and is predominantly level or gently sloping good quality pastureland suitable for grazing or cropping (the figures have been taken from the vendors 2015 SAF Summary). The land is well fenced and gated with access to suitable water points throughout and also benefits from a run of single bank fishing rights on the River Taf - approximately 0.6 miles
(stms). In the past the land has been used for grazing and cropping and is IACS registered. There is no Basic Payments included with the sale.
Strictly by appointment via Savills or JJ Morris.
General Remarks and Stipulations
Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights,
including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support,
drainage, water, and electricity supplies and any other rights and obligations, easements and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains and water, gas and other pipes, whether referred to in the Conditions of Sale or not. Please check with the Highways Department at the local County Council for the exact location of public footpaths/ bridleways.
Plans, Areas and Schedules
Any available plans are for identification and reference purposes only. The purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have satisfied himself as to the description of the property. Any error or mis-statement shall not annul a sale or entitle any party to compensation in respect thereof.