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Llanboidy OIRO £1,450,000

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  • Detached 3 bedroom bungalow
  • 134 acre former dairy farm
  • Excellent range of farm buildings all undercover including 114 cubicles
  • Delightful rural aspect towards the Preseli Mountains

134 acre former dairy farm situated in the west Carmarthenshire countryside
Excellent range of farm buildings all undercover including 114 cubicles
Productive parcel of land in good heart
Detached 3 bedroom bungalow with oil fired central heating and solar panels
Delightful rural aspect towards the Preseli Mountains
A quality farm, worthy of an early inspection

Enjoying a very convenient location in the pleasant west Carmarthenshire countryside yet only an easy car drive from the coastal county of Pembrokeshire. The farm enjoys an accessible location positioned on a minor country road where a breath taking aspect is seen towards the Preseli Mountains. Within 2.5 miles or so lies the rural village of Llanboidy which offers a small range of local services whilst the larger village of Whitland lies some 7 miles or so from the farm and provides a good range of services which cater for all day to day needs and provides a well regarded livestock market and access to the A40 roadway which connects the larger towns of Carmarthen and Haverfordwest. The county town of Carmarthen lies within 17 miles of the farm and offers a comprehensive array of commercial, educational and recreational facilities together with excellent road and rail links to the lager towns of South Wales.

From the direction of Whitland, proceed along North Road in the direction of Llanboidy passing through the hamlets of Cwmfelin Boeth and Henllan Amgoed. Continue on this road and after passing the turning for Llanboidy on your right hand side you will soon reach a fork in the road, take the right hand turn and Lan Farm will be seen shortly on the left hand side.

Lan Farm extends in total to 134 acres or thereabouts of which some 117 acres is considered top quality land together with a further 14.68 acres of grazing land including a small area of woodland. As a former dairy farm the land has been well farmed and is in good heart benefitting from useful tracks to the land and a private water supply to each field. The farm buildings are all located undercover and are easily accessible as they adjoining each other, allowing for the easy movement of livestock. Within the homestead lies a detached traditionally constructed bungalow which offers 3 bedroom accommodation together with double glazing and oil fired central heating. To fully appreciate the quality of this farm an early inspection is strongly advised and the farm is described in more detail (approx. dimensions):

Ground Floor Only

Porch (2.59m x 1.60m (8'6" x 5'3"))
Door to the fore, window to the side, tiled floor and housing the oil fired boiler. Door leads to:

Inner lobby
With radiator, loft access and door to:

Utility Room (2.79m x 1.85m (9'2" x 6'1"))
Incorporating a stainless steel sink and double drainer unit, plumbing for an automatic washing machine, radiator and window to the rear.

Kitchen (5.36m x 3.94m (17'7" x 12'11"))
Enjoying a double aspect, affording a range of base and wall mounted units with complimentary work surface above, incorporating a stainless steel sink and drainer unit, tiled splashbacks, radiator, plumbing for a dishwasher, space for an electric or gas cooker. The focal point of the room being the oil fired 'rayburn' which is responsible for heating the water.

Inner Hallway
With radiator and open plan access to:

Front Entrance Porch
With door to the fore.

Living Room (5.00m x 3.96m (16'5" x 13'))
Overlooking the rear garden with radiator, whilst the focal point of the room is the stone effect fireplace and surround which incorporates an LPG gas fire.

Bathroom (3.91m x 1.93m (12'10" x 6'4"))
Incorporating a double shower, half sized bath, W.C., wash hand basin, wall mounted heater, stainless steel heated towel rail, tiled walls and an airing cupboard which houses the hot water cylinder.

Three steps lead up to:

Bedroom 1 (4.27m x 3.45m (14' x 11'4"))
Overlooking the rear with radiator.

Bedroom 2 (3.40m x 2.84m (11'2" x 9'4"))
Overlooking the rear with radiator.

Bedroom 3 (4.37m x 3.18m (14'4" x 10'5"))
Overlooking the rear with radiator.

Approached from a minor country road, gated access leads to a generous expanse of concrete which provides ample parking space and provides access to the farm buildings. Raised flower beds to the fore and access to a side and rear garden which is laid to lawn and includes mature shrubs and flower beds. Oil tank to the side. A delightful rural aspect towards the Preseli Mountains is seen from the rear garden.

Outside Toilet

Farm Buildings
An excellent collection of farm buildings are conveniently located to the homestead and are all under cover and are ideally suited for livestock production. The buildings are described as follows:

Two lean-to structures (21' x 99' and 23' x 84') of block construction with concrete floor being ideally suited for youngstock rearing.
Lean-to (44' x 55') including the former parlour - stall work remains in situ, space for cattle handing facilities, former collecting yard with access to the former dairy. Incorporating 38 cubicles, divided into 3 rows with grooved concrete floor, valuable built in concrete feed trough along the length of the shed, tip and tilt water trough. Slatted channel to the bottom of the aisle. Opens out to:
'L' shaped cubicle housing(75' x 22' and 26' x 15') incorporating 40 cubicles divided into 3 rows of cubicles. Access to the rear of the shed and slatted channels for slurry collection which is pumped to the lagoon.
Livestock feeding area (47' x 47') With feed barriers, concrete floor, access to the roadside and also incorporating valuable storage area.

Cubicle Shed (32.00m x 13.72m (105' x 45'))
Including 36 cubicles, yolk barriers either side of the central feeding passage, slats to the bottom of the shed which is pumped to the slurry lagoon.

Access to an open plan storage shed, with gated access to the concrete yard (46' x 41' approx.) easy access to the former dairy and to the silage clamps.

Undercover silage clamps (7 bays x 4 bays) Divided into two clamps, with concrete floor and part concrete and sheeted walls. Easy access to the roadside and the land.

Isolation Pen (8.84m x 4.88m (29' x 16' ))
With concrete floor and walls, power connected.
Collinson Hopper.
Useful concrete pad. Dirty water is piped back to the slurry lagoon.
Hardcore area suitable for machinery storage
Lined slurry lagoon dimensions as follows: Outer top – 20m x 32m, Bottom – 13.5m x 25m. The sides are sloped length of sloped side is – 5.4m from outer rim to the base.
Former slurry lagoon now provides an additional concrete yard suitable for storage purposes.

Extending to some 132.46 acres of land of which 117 acres is considered top quality land, with a further 14.68 of grazing land which does include a small area of woodland. We would advise that the land is divided by a minor country road with an off lying block of 23.24 acres which is considered to be very productive land. Please note that there is a legal right of way along the entrance to this parcel of land.
Conveniently located, the main block of land is positioned opposite the homestead and provides a very good grazing and cropping platform, with one field totalling 31.23 acres. The land is in good heart and capable of excellent productivity, as a former dairy farm there are some tracks to the land and there is a private water supply to each field. Lan Farm is a well farmed unit which has been thoughtfully designed and is ideally suited for livestock production.

Off lying block

Schedule of the land

Rural Aspect
From the rear of the property a delightful countryside aspect is seen boasting an uninterrupted view towards the Preseli Mountains. To fully appreciate the location an inspection is necessary.

Mains water and electricity connected together with a private drainage connection. 22 solar panels on the roof of the dwelling (purchased outright). Private water supply to the land. Private and mains water supply to the farm buildings.

Tenure: Freehold with vacant possession upon completion. But, completion cannot take place until after October 2023.

Local Authority: Carmarthenshire County Council

Property Classification: Band D (Online enquiry only)

Entitlements: 52.64 units to be included within the sale of the farm.

General Remarks
Very rarely does a farm such as Lan Farm appear on the open market which has been keenly farmed over the years and now offers an excellent opportunity to acquire a productive former dairy farm which combines a sound block of agricultural land, a useful array of farm buildings which are all under cover and a comfortable 3 bedroom bungalow. Convenient location enjoying a fabulous aspect towards to the Preseli Mountains and is ideally suited to those looking for both a stand alone or second unit which is capable of being farmed immediately. To arrange an early inspection please contact the Narberth Office 01834 860 260.

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Llanboidy, Carmarthenshire SA34 0EY
County: Carmarthenshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: 32306105