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  • Detached farmhouse offering considerable appeal
  • Small paddock to rear of property
  • Hidden away in a private setting
  • Improvable property and land in a secluded rural setting
  • Range of outbuildings

Detached farmhouse offering considerable appeal and ripe for improvement
Well proportioned accommodation, ideally suited for family occupation
Occupying a delightful rural setting yet within a short drive of the A484 roadway
Extensive range of outbuildings that may have conversion potential subject to gaining consent
Lawned grounds and a small paddock extending to some 2 acres or thereabouts
A lovely project in a very pleasant location.

Enjoying a pleasant rural location in the heart of the Carmarthenshire countryside, conveniently located in between the small village of Llansaint and the small town of Kidwelly. The property is by no means remote and is very accessible to the A484 roadway which connects the towns of Carmarthen and Kidwelly. The small town of Kidwelly provides a good range of local services and amenities which cater for all day-to-day needs. Whilst the larger town of Carmarthen which is considered to be the administrative town of the county provides a comprehensive array of commercial, educational and recreational facilities together with excellent road and rail links to the larger towns of South and West Wales. Within easy car driving distance are many popular beaches such as Cefn Sidan, Pembrey and Burry Port and the ever-popular Pembrey Country Park which attracts numerous visitors to the area is very accessible.

SITUATION:
Enjoying a pleasant rural location in the heart of the Carmarthenshire countryside, conveniently located in between the small village of Llansaint and the small town of Kidwelly. The property is by no means remote and is very accessible to the A484 roadway which connects the towns of Carmarthen and Kidwelly. The small town of Kidwelly provides a good range of local services and amenities which cater for all day-to-day needs. Whilst the larger town of Carmarthen which is considered to be the administrative town of the county provides a comprehensive array of commercial, educational and recreational facilities together with excellent road and rail links to the larger towns of South and West Wales. Within easy car driving distance are many popular beaches such as Cefn Sidan, Pembrey and Burry Port and the ever-popular Pembrey Country Park which attracts numerous visitors to the area is very accessible.

DIRECTIONS:
The property is located at postcode SA17 5AP. The property name plate is situated on the roadside where a single track leads to the property.

DESCRIPTION:
Rhyd Y Ceirts comprises a detached two storey residence that has been extended in the past to provide deceptively spacious accommodation. The property does now requires improvement but there is considerable potential on offer, which needs to be seen to be fully appreciated. Approached from the roadside, a single track lane, also a public footpath, leads to the farm buildings and the property which is hidden away in a very private setting. As a former dairy farm there are extensive farm buildings included within the sale of Rhyd Y Ceirts which subject to gaining the necessary consents may have conversion appeal. Rhyd Y Ceirts offers a rare and exciting opportunity to acquire an improvable property with a small area of land in a very pleasant and private countryside setting. The property is described in more detail (approx. dimensions only):

GROUND FLOOR:

ENTRANCE PORCH:
Tiled floor with door to:

LIVING ROOM: (4.75m x 4.14m (15'7" x 13'7"))
The focal point of the room being the wood burning stove which stands on a quarry tiled hearth with tiled surround. Window to the fore, tiled floor, radiator, location of the ‘Worcester’ boiler, built in storage cupboards, beamed ceiling and the walls are covered in wood panelling. Steps lead down to:

KITCHEN: (3.45m x 2.34m (11'4" x 7'8"))
Affording a range of base and wall mounted units with complimentary work surface above, incorporating a 4-ring hob with ‘Neff’ hood above, built in electric cooker, stainless steel sink and drainer unit. Plumbing for an automatic washing machine, window to the side and a step leads down to:

BATHROOM: (2.36m x 2.26m (7'9" x 7'5"))
Comprising a bath, separate shower cubicle, wash hand basin, radiator and loft access.

LOBBY AREA:
Window to the rear and a step leads to:

SITTING ROOM: (4.37m x 3.56m (14'4" x 11'8"))
Overlooking the fore and rear, the focal point being the marble effect feature fireplace, radiator, built in storage cupboard. Door to:

ENTRANCE HALLWAY:
With stairs rising to the first floor, door to a front porch, radiator and a step leads down to:

PARLOUR: (4.27m x 3.48m (14'72 x 11'5"))
Enjoying a double aspect.

FIRST FLOOR:

SPLIT LANDING:

CLOAKROOM: (1.85m x 1.80m (6'1" x 5'11"))
With W.C., wash hand basin and radiator.

MAIN LANDING:
With loft access, polystyrene tiled ceiling and doors to:

BEDROOM 1: (3.61m x 3.56m (11'10" x 11'8"))
Overlooking the fore with radiator.

BOXROOM: (2.51m x 1.60m (8'3" x 5'3"))
Window to the fore with radiator.

BEDROOM 2: (4.24m max x 4.78m (13'11" max x 15'8"))
Enjoying a double aspect with radiator. Walk through access to:

BEDROOM 3: (4.90m x 3.30m (16'1" x 10'10"))
With part sloped ceiling, window to the fore and radiator.

STORE ROOM: (5.16m x 3.00m (16'11" x 9'10"))
Not accessible from the main residence. To the side of the residence steps lead to this first-floor room only which now requires attention and is currently an uninhabited storage space.

EXTERNALLY:
To the fore is an extensive tarmac driveway which provides ample parking space, double garage and a lawned garden is also seen to the fore and side with small orchard. Block built coal shed to the fore and steps lead down to the residence.

FARM BUILDINGS:
There are a combination of traditional and slightly more modern outbuildings which are currently redundant but have previously been used for livestock purposes. The buildings are described in more detail and some may have conversion appeal, subject to gaining the necessary consents.
Traditional range (52’4” x 16’5) of stone and block construction with slate roof. Cracks evident.
Adjoining former milking parlour (32’7” x 17’6”) with parlour in situ, asbestos roof and access to:
Former dairy (17’6” x 9’10”) with concrete floor, brick built and asbestos roof.
Adjacent to the above buildings is a block built wood store (15’2” x 9’2”) with concrete floor, adjoining is a further storage shed, with additional adjoining store shed (17’6” x 8’9”).
Behind these outbuildings is a small calf shed (18’3” x 9’2”).
Hayshed with lean to (35’ x 20’) and adjoining cubicle shed.

THE LAND:
A small paddock is located to the rear of the property and is laid to permanent pasture, with one boundary being a stream. This paddock is easily accessible from the garden and outbuildings.
N.B. There is a public footpath along the lane leading to the property.

SERVICES:
We have assumed that the property has the benefit of mains electricity and water together with private drainage (legal adviser to confirm).

TENURE: We understand the property to be Freehold of tenure with vacant possession available upon completion.

LOCAL AUTHORITY: Carmarthenshire County Council, County Hall, Castle Hill, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire SA31 1JP Tel: 01267 234567.

PROPERTY CLASSIFICATION: Band E (online data)

GENERAL REMARKS:
Rhyd Y Ceirts is an improveable residential smallholding which offers an incredible opportunity to those looking to acquire a property to make their own which is set in a private and rural setting yet within a short drive of village facilities. The farm buildings also offer considerable potential, very rarely do such properties appear on the open market and an early inspection is highly recommended. No forward chain.

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Kidwelly
Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire SA17 5AP
County: Carmarthenshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: 31716155
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