Lampeter Velfrey Narberth £400,000
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- The Farm extends in total to some 178 acres or thereabouts
- Productive stock farm with a range of modern agricultural buildings
- Character 4-bedroom principal dwelling with 3-bedroom annexe
- Range of traditional buildings with conversion potential subject to planning consent
- Offered for sale as a whole or in suitable lots
An opportunity to purchase a productive block of farmland of approximately 37 acres or thereabouts, situated in a convenient location on the Pembrokeshire/ Carmarthenshire border with a stone barn (conversion potential subject to planning) and a modern general purpose outbuilding.
Lampeter Velfrey lies in the east Pembrokeshire countryside within an area of highly regarded early, productive land, suitable for grazing, cropping or arable purposes, being inherently fertile.
The village has a strong sense of community and within the village lies the 13th century Grade II listed church of St Peter. Lampeter Velfrey lies within easy reach of the A40 which links to the M4, and is some 3 miles or so from the small towns of Narberth and Whitland. Between them they offer a good range of local services and facilities that cater for most everyday requirements including doctors’ surgeries, primary schools. In addition, there is a comprehensive school in Whitland and a train station in both towns, etc. Further afield lie the market towns of Haverfordwest and Carmarthen which provide a greater range of amenities including supermarkets, shopping centres, hospitals etc. Also within easy reach is the superb scenery of the renowned Pembrokeshire coastline being approximately 6 miles to the nearest beach.
Lower End Town is situated within a thriving community in rural Pembrokeshire having tremendous links to local livestock markets in both Whitland and Crymych.
From the centre of Whitland follow signs posted for Tavernspite. Follow this road for approximately 0.4 miles where you will turn right onto Velfrey road, signposted for Lampeter Velfrey. From here follow this road for some 3 miles where Lower End Town will be situated on your right hand side.
LOT 2 - A productive block of farmland with a stone barn and general purpose outbuilding. In all, set in approximately 37 acres or thereabouts. A land plan is attached for identification purposes only.
MULTI-PURPOSE SHED (18.29m x 12.19m (60' x 40'))
Having cement fibre sheet roof and being open to all sides with partial boarding to two elevations providing shelter. It is a shed that is versatile and may be used for a range of applications.
Some of the fields are connected to mains water.
EASEMENTS, WAYLEAVES AND RIGHTS OF WAY
A Right of way in favour of Lower End Town for secondary access to land over a railway track by way of a level crossing.
Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
We understand that the land has been used to claim for basic payments but no entitlements form part of the sale.
Entitlements can be purchased by separate negotiation.
SHOOTING AND FISHING
The rights are in-hand.
Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Tel. 01437 764551
Lower End Town is highly recommended to purchasers looking for a versatile agricultural unit that occupies a rural setting in Pembrokeshire having exceptional links to the wider community.
Viewing is recommended.
The farm is for sale as a whole with 177 acres. Guide Price £2,100,000.
It is also available in four Lots:
Lot 1: Main farmyard with houses, barns, outbuildings and adjoining field. In all, set in about 9 acres. Guide Price £800,000.
Lot 2: (Across the council road to south). Barn, outbuilding and adjoining farmland. In all, about 37 acres. Guide Price £400,000.
Lot 3: Adjoining farmland to lot 1, to the south of the railway line. In all, about 68 acres. Guide Price £550,000.
Lot 4: Farmland to the north of the railway line. In all, about 61 acres. Guide Price £430,000.
Lampeter Velfrey Narberth, Dyfed SA67 8UJ