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Bancyfelin, Carmarthen Guide price £800,000

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  • Delightfully positioned 35 acre residential smallholding
  • Characterful detached 3 bedroom farmhouse
  • Extensive range of farm buildings
  • Land laid to pasture and pretty woodland

A delightfully positioned 35 acre residential smallholding
Enjoying an appealing countryside aspect yet accessible to town facilities
Characterful detached 3 bedroom farmhouse
Extensive range of farm buildings
Land laid to pasture and pretty woodland
EPC E. No forward chain

Midway between the villages of Bancyfelin and Meidrim, being about a mile off the A40 highway and some 10 minutes drive west of Carmarthen market and market town.Grid Reference: SN 3119 (see location plan).

Enjoying a delightful countryside location in between the villages of Bancyfelin and Meidrim, being only a mile or so from the A40 highway and some 10 minutes drive west of the market town of Carmarthen which offers a comprehensive array of commercial, educational and recreational facilities.

From the direction of Narberth, proceed on the A40 roadway bypassing Whitland, St Clears and Bancyfelin taking a left hand turn signposted 'Meidrim B4298'. Follow the road for a short distance, turning right signposted 'Meidrim B4298', continue on this road for a few miles taking a left hand turn signposted 'Bancyfelin' continue on this road and take the first right hand turning down to Pantyderi Farm.

Approached from a minor country road, a single track lane gently descends to the homestead which comprises a detached property of traditional construction built circa 1904, an extensive range of farm buildings and 35 acres or thereabouts of land which combines top quality pasture and woodland. Ideally suited to those looking for tranquillity and total privacy yet who require easy accessibility to the main road and town facilities. The farmhouse would benefit from selective updating but offers considerable potential and is ideally suited for family occupation. To fully appreciate the splendid location and the potential that Panytderi Farm has to offer, we would highly recommend an early inspection. The property is described in more detail (approx. dimensions only):

Ground Floor

Entrance Hallway
With stairs rising to the first floor and doors to:

Parlour (3.53m x 3.48m (11'7" x 11'5"))
Overlooking the fore with radiator and marble effect fireplace.

Front Living Room (5.21m x 3.48m (17'1" x 11'5"))
Overlooking the fore, two built in alcoves either side of the marble effect open fireplace with LPG inset fire.

Living Room (5.21m x 4.80m (17'1" x 15'9"))
A window overlooks the side of the property, this room boasts a wealth of character features to include open beamed ceiling, original tiled flooring, oil fired rayburn cooker set in an inglenook fireplace. Door to the rear and access to:

Kitchen (3.43m x 3.78m (11'3" x 12'5"))
Enjoying a double aspect, affording a range of matching base and wall mounted units with complimentary work surface above, incorporating a stainless steel sink and double drainer units, space for a fridge, plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Space for a table and chairs.

First Floor

Window to the rear with doors leading to:

Bedroom 1 (4.27m x 3.78m (14' x 12'5"))
Double room with window to the side and radiator.

Bedroom 2 (3.76m x 3.51m (12'4" x 11'6"))
Double room, enjoying a double aspect with radiator.

Box Room (1.91m x 2.13m (6'3" x 7'"))
Overlooking the fore with radiator and suitable as an office

Bedroom 3 (3.48m x 3.51m (11'5" x 11'6"))
This double room enjoys a double aspect with two radiators.

Family Bathroom (3.45m x 3.86m (11'4" x 12'8"))
Well proportioned affording a W.C., wash hand basin, separate shower cubicle, radiator, housing a built in shelved airing cupboard with hot water cylinder with partly tiled walls.

Enclosed courtyard setting to the fore bordered by a dwarf stone wall and laid to lawn. a Further lawned area is also seen to the fore which is surrounded by mature trees. A very pleasant setting where one can sit and admire the beautiful surroundings.

Farm Buildings
Originally set up for dairy production, an extensive range of versatile farm buildings which offer considerable potential are conveniently located to the homestead and are described in more detail:

Original Cowshed for 26 ties with adjoining abreast Milking Parlour (redundant).
Steel Framed (60' x 45') Cattle Rearing Shed with concrete block walls.
Steel Framed (60' x 45') Feeding Yard with adjoining Bull Pen.
Cattle Rearing Shed (35' x 45') with cattle handling race.
4-bay plus lean-to Cubicle Shed for 64 cattle.
Steel Framed (60' x 45') General Implement Storage Shed.
3-bay Dutch Barn and lean-to.
Open Silage Clamp and hard standing.
Earthbank Slurry/Muck Storage with concrete floor.

A plan of the land is attached for identification purposes and extends in total to some 35 acres or thereabouts of which 23.99 acres or thereabouts is laid to pasture being suitable for both grazing and cropping purposes. The remaining land comprises an area of woodland, the farmyard and the orchard. Ideally suited for livestock or equestrian purposes or equally suitable to those looking for an expanse of land that could be developed into a conservation project or similar. The land is well fenced and has been well maintained by the current owner.

Land Plan

Mains electricity connected to the farmhouse. Septic tank drainage and oil fired central heating system. The house is served by a private well with pressurised pump. The farm buildings are served by a private borehole.

Tenure - Freehold with full vacant possession offered upon completion of sale

Property Classification - Council Tax Band E (online enquiry only)

Local Authority - Carmarthenshire County Council

General Remarks
Very rarely do smallholdings such as Pantyderi Farm appear on the open market which offer character accommodation and an extensive array of farm buildings. This is an excellent opportunity to purchase a 35 acre smallholding in the most desirable location enjoying complete privacy yet within easy car driving distance of the A40 roadway and town facilities. To fully appreciate the incredible countryside location and the potential on offer, an early inspection is strongly advisable.

An excellent grassland farm renowned for its high cropping in a prolific high yielding dairying county of West Carmarthenshire. Well located virtually minutes off the A40 at Bancyfelin in a peaceful and quiet environment thus offering much residential appeal.

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Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire SA33 5NH
County: Carmarthenshire
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: 32359277

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