Castle Villa Farm, Hayscastle, Haverfordwest £1,500,000
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- Fronting onto the B4330 Croesgoch to Haverfordwest road.
- 100 Acres or thereabouts of Agricultural Land.
- Land is all down to Permanent Pasture.
- Extensive range of Farm Buildings.
- Land is in excellent heart and is all sheep fenced.
- Water from Borehole as well as Mains Water Supply.
Fronting the B4330 Croesgoch to Haverfordwest Road with return frontages onto the Mathry to Treffynnon Road and a quiet Council Maintained District Road, a valuable block of Agricultural Land which extends to 100 Acres or thereabouts and being all down to permanent Pasture, together with an extensive range of Farm Buildings suitable for Dairying, Beef rearing or even Grain or Potato storage purposes. The Land is in excellent heart and is all Sheep Fenced with Water from a Borehole and also having the benefit of a Mains Water supply. The Buildings and Land at Castle Villa Farm gives a prospective purchaser a rare opportunity to purchase an excellent range of Outbuildings with considerable potential and 100 Acres or thereabouts of clean, level lying Pasture Land. It is offered "For Sale" with a realistic Price Guide and early inspection is strongly advised.
The Land at Castle Villa Farm extends to 101.32 Acres or thereabouts and is situated between the villages of Hayscastle (2 miles south east) and Croesgoch (3 miles north west).
Hayscastle is a small village which is bisected by the B4330 Haverfordwest to Croesgoch Road and is some 9 miles or so north west of the County and Market Town of Haverfordwest. The other well known village of Hayscastle Cross is within 3 miles or so and has a number of Residential Properties and a Public House.
The popular village of Croesgoch is some 3miles or so north west and has the benefit of a Primary School, Chapel, Public House/Post Office, a Repair Garage, Hairdressers/Beauty Salon and an Agricultural Store.
The County and Market Town of Haverfordwest is within easy car driving distance and has the benefit of an excellent Shopping Centre together with an extensive range of amenities and facilities including Secondary and Primary Schools, Churches, Chapels, Banks, Building Societies, Hotels, Restaurants, Public Houses, Cafes, Takeaways, Art Galleries, a Petrol Filling Station, a Library, Further Education College, Supermarkets, The County Council Offices and the County Hospital at Withybush.
The north west Pembrokeshire Coastline at Porthgain is within 5 miles or so and also within easy reach of the other well known sandy beaches and coves at Aberfelin, Abercastle, Abermawr, Aberbach, Treathllyfn, Abereiddy, Whitesands Bay, Porthclais, Caerfai, Solva, Newgale, Broad Haven and Little Haven.
The other well known Market Town of Fishguard is some 9 miles or so north east, whilst the Cathedral City of St Davids is some 8 miles or so south west.
The Land concerned has road frontages onto the B4330 Croesgoch to Haverfordwest Road, the Mathry to Treffynnon Road and also a quiet single track Council Maintained Road.
From Haverfordwest, take the B4330 road north west for some 8 miles passing through the village of Hayscastle Cross and continue on this road through the village of Hayscastle and through Newton Cross. Proceed on this road for a mile or so passing the entrance to Castle Villa Farmhouse on your right and the land at Buildings concerned are a half a mile or so further on, on the left hand side of the road. A 'For Sale' board is erected on site.
Alternatively from Fishguard, take the A40 road south for some 5 miles passing through the village of Letterston and a third of a mile or so further on, take the turning on the right signposted to Welsh Hook. Continue on this road for a mile and a half or so and upon reaching the 'T' junction, turn right and proceed through the hamlet of Welsh Hook and continue on this road for in excess of 2 miles and upon reaching Hayscastle Cross, take the turning on the right at the Crossroads, signposted to Croesgoch. Continue on this road for approximately 2 miles passing through Newton Cross and continue on the B4330 road towards Croesgoch for a mile or so and the Land concerned is situated on the left hand side of the road. A 'For Sale' board is erected on site.
The Land and Buildings at Castle Villa Farm front onto the B4330 Haverfordwest to Croesgoch Road and are accessed via a wide concreted drive which leads to a double galvanised gated entrance to the Yard and Buildings which include extensive ranges as follows:-
Cubicle Shed (79.25m x 30.48m (260' x 100'))
Of steel galvanised stanchion, reinforced concreted with brick facing and box profile vent air cladding under a corrugated cement fibre roof. It has 240 Cubicles with a large portion of the Shed with a concrete slatted floor with a 1,000,000 Litre (220,000 Gallon) Underground Slurry Tank/Store.
Former Dairy (6.10m x 4.57m (20' x 15' ))
Of concrete block construction with a corrugated cement fibre roof with opening to the former Parlour and a:-
Small Tank Room (4.57m x 2.74m (15' x 9'))
Of concrete block construction with a corrugated cement fibre roof.
Former Parlour (9.14m x 9.14m (30' x 30'))
Of concrete block construction with a corrugated cement fibre roof and access to an:-
Engine Room (4.57mx 2.74m (15'x 9'))
With an opening to the Covered Lean-to.
Adjacent is a:-
Store/Calf Shed (6.10m x 4.57m (20' x 15'))
(approx). Of concrete block construction with a corrugated cement fibre roof.
4 Calving Pens (5.49m x 3.66m each (18' x 12' each))
With an adjoining:-
Covered Lean-to (14.63m x 3.35m (48' x 11'))
Of concrete block construction with a corrugated cement fibre roof and an opening leading to a:-
Multipurpose Wood/Store Shed (19.81m x 18.29m (65' x 60'))
Of steel stanchion and concrete block construction with box profile cladding under a corrugated cement fibre roof.
There are extensive concreted Yards linking the Buildings together with a:-
Circular Collecting Pen
(adjoining the former Rotary Parlour Building) with an adjacent:-
Cattle Handling Race
Within close proximity is a:-
Cattle/Hay/Straw/Potato Storage Shed (27.43m x 18.29m (90' x 60'))
With a 5' covered Feeding Overhang of steel galvanised stanchion and reinforced concrete panel construction with box profile vent air cladding under a corrugated cement fibre roof. It has a concreted floor and is currently utilised for loose Cattle Housing and Straw Storage.
Loose Cattle Building/former Grain Shed (30.48m x 30.48m (100' x 100'))
Of steel galvanised stanchion and concrete block construction with box panel vent air cladding under a corrugated cement fibre roof. It has a concreted floor together with a central feeding passage with doors at each end. In addition, there is a:-
Concreted Hardstanding/Big Bale Compound (24.38m x 18.29m (80' x 60'))
Planning Consent has also been granted for a:-
Multi Purpose Building (24.38m x 13.72m (80' x 45'))
(which has yet to be constructed)
The Land in total extends to 101.32 Acres or thereabouts and is in 6 enclosures. It is all down to permanent Pasture and is level lying, sheep fenced and in excellent heart. The land benefits from Water Supplies from a Borehole although Mains Water is also connected to the Land and is available (if required). The Land is served via a central Hardsurfaced Access Lane which links Five of the Six Fields.
There are field gate accesses to the Land at or around points "A", "B", "C" and "D" on the Plan as well as a closed off access at point "E" on the same Plan. The boundaries of the Land concerned are coloured red on the attached Plan which is Not to Scale and are set out in the:-
Schedule of Areas
Mains Electricity connected. Private Water from a Borehole. Mains Water also connected to the Land. 2 Solar Panels Systems on Farm Building Roofs as follows:-
16 Photovoltaic Panels on the roof of the 90' x 60' Cattle/Hay/Straw/Potato Storage Shed
176 Photovoltaic Panels on the roof of the 100' x 100' Loose Cattle/Former Grain Shed
Average income for the 16 Photovoltaic Panels - £2000.00 per Annum
Average income for the 176 Photovoltaic Panels - £8400.00 per Annum but projected to be circa £11,000 for the Year 2022.
See attached Overview/Summary of the 2 Solar Systems provided by the Vendors.
The entire Property is of Freehold Tenure with immediate Vacant Possession available upon Completion of the Sale.
Farm Properties of this nature rarely appear on the Open Market and the opportunity to purchase should not be missed. The Farm Buildings at Castle Villa Farm are an exceptional range of Buildings which include a 260' x 100' Cubicle Shed for 240 Cattle with a 1,000,000 Litre Underground Storage Slurry Tank, as well as a 100' x 100' Multipurpose Loose Cattle Shed/Grain Storage Building and a 90' x 60' Loose Cattle/Hay/Straw Storage/Potato Storage Building. There is also a Wood/Multipurpose Livestock Building 65' x 60' as well as former Dairy Buildings, an excellent Cattle handling facility and Planning Consent for a 90' x 45' Multipurpose Shed.
The Land extends to 101.32 Acres or thereabouts which is all down to permanent Pasture and in excellent heart. It is all level lying, sheep fenced, watered and benefiting from Council Road Access. Five of the Six fields can be accessed off the central hardsurfaced track which leads off the Yard and the Buildings. Castle Villa Farm is ideally suited as a Dairy Unit (with the provision of a Milking Parlour) or as a Beef or Livestock Rearing Unit. Some of the Buildings are well suited for Grain, Potato, Hay or Straw Storage purposes. To appreciate the qualities of this exceptional 100 Acre Farming Unit, inspection is essential and strongly advised. Realistic Price Guide.
Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire SA62 5AA