- Cilgryman Fawr comprises a renowned stock farm extending to 186 acres or thereabous
- An extensive range of buildings all standing within a productive parcel of land which all lies within easy reach of the farmstead with the majority of the fields having roadside access
- Including a principal residence together with a well proportioned farm bungalow,
- Early Internal viewing highly recommended
A WELL REGARDED LIVESTOCK FARM EXTENDING TO 186 ACRES OR THEREABOUTS IN TOTAL WITH OVER 165 ACRES BEING CLEAN AND HIGHLY PRODUCTIVE PASTURE LAND AND INCLUDING TWO RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES TOGETHER WITH AN EXTENSIVE RANGE OF BUILDINGS ALL IN A CONVENIENT RURAL SETTING IN THE WEST CARMARTHENSHIRE COUNTRYSIDE. VIEWING TO APPRECIATE THIS HOLDING IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Cilgryman Fawr occupies a delightful rural setting only some 6 miles or so off the A40 dual carriageway which provides an excellent road link to the M4 at junction 49 some 30 miles or so to the east. Local services can be found in the nearby village of Llanboidy and the small town of Whitland which benefits from a primary and comprehensive school, doctors surgery, train station and a variety of shops and businesses that cater for most everyday requirements. The larger county town of Carmarthen which as the principal administrative centre of the area benefits from an extensive array of services is also within easy reach. Agriculturally this is an area renowned as a productive block of inherently fertile and productive land that supports livestock and dairy farms within the locality. The farm is home to the well known prize winning Mynach herd of pedigree limousins which have been regularly shown at shows and sales throughout the UK.
A location plan is attached.
Cilgryman Fawr comprises a renowned stock farm extending to 186 acres or thereabous and including a principal residence together with a well proportioned farm bungalow, Cwrt Mynach, and an extensive range of buildings all standing within a productive parcel of land which all lies within easy reach of the farmstead with the majority of the fields having roadside access. A good quality lane leads off the highway and this opens into the farmstead which comprises the residence and buildings and described in more detail as follows:
THE MAIN RESIDENCE:
The main farmhouse is traditionally constructed and offers well proportioned accommodation that includes:
A uPVC double glazed door opens into an entrance porch with a further uPVC door opening into
LIVING ROOM: (4.25m x 6.00m (13'11" x 19'8"))
Having an oil fired Rayburn as a focal point which provides hot water only together with a night storage heater. To the rear is a
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: (2.90m x 6.05m (9'6" x 19'10"))
Having a slate slab floor and equipped with an extensive range of fitted base units with work surfaces over that incorporate a stainless steel 1.5 bowl sink unit, plumbing for a dishwasher and a breakfast bar with further storage in matching wall mounted units. There is a Calor gas hob with electric oven under with extractor hood over and this room enjoys double aspect windows.
SITTING ROOM: (6.09m x 4.25m (19'11" x 13'11"))
With an Oak floor and a focal point of a multi fuel stove on a slate hearth within a brick surround. This room also enjoys a double aspect and has wall lights together with a night storage heater and stairs rising to the first floor with understairs storage cupboard.
CONSERVATORY: (3.35m x 3.60m (10'11" x 11'9"))
Being uPVC double glazed with a tiled floor.
LIVING ROOM: (3.66m x 4.25m (12'0" x 13'11"))
With a focal point of a woodburner on a slate hearth within a brick surround.
ON THE FIRST FLOOR:
BEDROOM 1: (4.25m x 4.24m (13'11" x 13'10"))
With double aspect windows and night storage heater.
BOXROOM: (1.89m x 3m (6'2" x 9'10"))
Ideally suited as a child's bedroom or indeed a home office
BEDROOM 2: (3.65m x 4.40m (11'11" x 14'5"))
With double aspect windows, timber floor and night storage heater.
BEDROOM 3: (3.38m x 2.65m (11'1" x 8'8"))
BEDROOM 4: (2.45m x 5.40m (8'0" x 17'8"))
With two windows. The wardrobes within this room will be included in the sale.
With part tiled walls, extractor, power shower, w.c. and wash hand basin.
With part tiled walls, airing cupboard with louvred doors and domestic cylinder fitted with immersion heater, bidet, w.c., wash hand basin and corner bath.
The farmhouse stands within an attractive lawned area and includes an attached GARAGE to the side and STORE AREA.
Situated on the approach to the farm and comprising a detached traditionally constructed 1½ storey bungalow that was built within the last 10-15 years and stands within its own pleasant lawned grounds with ample car parking, etc.
Wheelchair access to the front opens into the accommodation which comprises:
A uPVC double g;lazed entrance door opens into
Which has a tiled floor, underfloor heating, stairs rising to the first floor and a double 15 pane glass doors opening into
SITTING ROOM: (5.50m x 4.75m (18'0" x 15'7"))
Having double aspect uPVC double glazed windows, Oak floor, wall lights and a focal point of an inset woodburner on a slate hearth.
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: (5.35m x 4.6m (17'6" x 15'1"))
With part tiled walls, uPVC double glazed French doors leading to the side, a range of base and wall units, recessed ceiling lights and door leading to
UTILITY ROOM: (1.9m x 3.25m (6'2" x 10'7"))
With tiled floor, uPVC double glazed door to the side. A range of fitted base units with plumbing for an automatic washing machine, oil fired boiler.
With tiled walls and floor and suite comprising, bath, w.c. and wash hand basin together with an airing cupboard and immersion heater with louvred doors.
BEDROOM 1: (2.77m x 6.50m (9'1" x 21'3"))
With two windows to the fore and radiator.
BEDROOM 2: (3.90m x 4.40m (12'9" x 14'5"))
With wall lights and windows to the side and an
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM:
Being fully tiled with shower cubicle, w.c. and wash hand basin.
ON THE FIRST FLOOR:
With radiator, fully tiled walls and floor, skylight, w.c., wash hand basin and shower cubicle
BEDROOM 3: (5.16m x 4m (16'11" x 13'1"))
With built in wardrobes, skylight, radiator, sloping ceiling and under eaves storage.
BEDROOM 4: (6.5m x 4m (21'3" x 13'1"))
With skylight, built in wardrobes with louvred doors and radiator.
THE FARM BUILDINGS:
The farm buildings comprise an extensive range of buildings that are typical of a progressive farmstead development including traditional buildings that may well have some conversion potential subject to the necessary consents being obtained.
The buildings include:
A STONE RANGE being traditionally constructed of solid stone walls under a slate roof with an adjoining building of similar stone wall construction under a tiled roof and used for general storage.
Former SILAGE CLAMP: 60ft X 24ft (18.29m x 7.32m) being of steel portal frame construction under a round corrugated iron roof with infill rendered block walls to a height of 10ft (3.048m). This is now used as lambing shed and has a LEAN-TO HAYSHED 40ft x 22ft (12.19m x 6.70m) which is under a box profile roof and has a concrete floor and is again used for similar purposes.
There are further calving pens and LOOSE HOUSING being of steel portal frame construction with infill block walls and a concrete floor, part of which is under a round corrugated iron roof being used for calving boxes, etc.
SILAGE CLAMP: 75ft x 40ft (22.86m x 12.19m) with feed area and bull pens and cubicles for 38 being a range of steel portal framed buildings with Yorkshire Board cladding to elevations under a corrugated asbestos roof and measuring 75ft x 40ft (22.86m x 12.19m), 75ft x 30ft (22.86m x 9.14m) and 60ft x 30ft (18.28m x 9.14m) and providing various loose housing ,etc.
OPEN SILAGE CLAMP: 180ft x 50ft approx. (56.38m x 15.24m) with feeding yard to the fore.
Former COW SHED now used for loose housing and being under a corrugated asbestos roof.
CATTLE SHED: being of steel portal frame construction being 105ft x 50ft overall (32m x 15.24m) with 28ft x 75ft (7.62m x 22.86m) LEAN TO and a further LEAN TO of 78ft x 39ft (23.77m x 11.88m) together with a POLE BARN of 40ft x 20ft (12.19m x 6m) under various clad roof coverings and used as lambing sheds, sheep sheds, cattle housing, etc.
CATTLE SHED: 90ft x 78ft (29.87m x 23.77m) of steel portal frame construction with infill panelled walls under a corrugated asbestos roof with central feed aisle and including 72 self locking yokes.
A plan of the land is attached for identification purposes only. The land is a productive parcel of land divided by roads and therefore benefitting from good roadside access and being in the main level to gently sloping pasture and cropping fields. The fields are all readily accessible to the farmstead with the majority having access off an adopted highway or lane and comprise a productive parcel of land typical of the area that is well fenced and gated and being ideally suited for grazing and cropping in a usual rotation. There is an area of woodland and the present owners have looked at the possibility of developing this as a campsite to support additional income. There is also a quarry on the land providing useful stone for farm use.
Mains water are electricity are connected whilst both of the residences have private drainage. There is full fired central heating within Cwrt Mynach and both properties are double glazed. The majority of the buildings have access to water and electric supplies, etc and the fields have a borehole or mains water supply.
TENURE: Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
N.B: We understand that Cwrt Mynach is subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Restriction.
SUBSIDIES: No Single Farm Payment is included within the sale.
INGOING: In addition to the purchase price the purchaser will be required to purchase any crops, fuels and fetilizer in store and a valuation provided by the Vendor's Agent at the date of completion.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Carmarthenshire County Council, County Hall, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire. SA313 3JP Tel: 01267 234567
The sale of Cilgryman Fawr offers potential purchasers the opportunity to acquire a sound livestock farm in the West Carmarthenshire countryside in an area of land renowned for its productivity and capacity.
Despite its rural setting this is a farm that is in quite a convenient location being within some 30 miles or so of junction 39 of the M4 and with good access via local highways onto the farmstead. The farm has the benefit of a deceptively spacious principal residence that has a wealth of character, together with a secondary property situated closeby and is therefore ideally suited as a farming unit for two generations of the same family although possibly there is the potential for letting one of the residences to supplement farm income.
The buildings comprise an extensive range of farm buildings set around hardstanding or concrete yards that provide the ideal platform for ease of livestock management and movement alongside the storage areas now required for modern farming. Quite possibly the buildings could be adapted for dairy use if required.
The land comprises a block of highly productive farmland that is a well farmed area of pasture suitable for cropping and grazing. The land is predominantly level with a small area of woodland which the present owners have considered suitable for developing a tourism venture such as Glamping Pods, etc, subject to the necessary planning consents being obtained, as currently there is a good demand for such sites in the area.
The majority of the land is readily accessible from the farmstead with access off roads or a lane and this is an easily managed productive livestock unit. Viewing is therefore highly recommended.