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Pendine Road, Plashett, Laugharne OIEO £400,000

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  • A pleasantly located 10 acre residential smallholding with views towards the coast and located between the villages of Laugharne and Pendine.
  • In need of updating but with plenty of scope and potential and including a 4 bedroom residence together with a range of versatile outbuildings suitable for livestock, equestrian use, etc.

A pleasantly located 10 acre residential smallholding with views towards the coast and located between the villages of Laugharne and Pendine.
In need of updating but with plenty of scope and potential and including a 4 bedroom residence together with a range of versatile outbuildings suitable for livestock, equestrian use, etc.
Viewing is recommended

Clover Hill Farm occupies a pleasant rural setting between the villages of Laugharne and Pendine which between them provide a good range of local services and facilities and being within some 4-5 miles or so of the small town of St. Clears with its further amenities and within easy reach of the A40 dual carriageway which provides an excellent road link to the larger town of Carmarthen which is the principal administrative centre for the area and benefits from a wide range of services.

SITUATION:
Clover Hill Farm occupies a pleasant rural setting between the villages of Laugharne and Pendine which between them provide a good range of local services and facilities and being within some 4-5 miles or so of the small town of St. Clears with its further amenities and within easy reach of the A40 dual carriageway which provides an excellent road link to the larger town of Carmarthen which is the principal administrative centre for the area and benefits from a wide range of services.

DIRECTIONS:
The property is located in postcode SA33 4TT

DESCRIPTION:
Clover Hill Farm is a residential smallholding which extends to some 10 acres or thereabouts and including a residence together with a range of adaptable buildings and a parcel of sloping land that is suitable for grazing. The property enjoys a pleasant view being in an elevated position and has an outlook towards the coast and comprises a traditionally constructed residence that now requires refurbishment in order to realise its full potential together with a useful range of adaptable buildings. In more detail the accommodation comprises:

GROUND FLOOR:
ENTRANCE PORCH:

SITTING ROOM: (7.63m x 3.75m (25'0" x 12'3"))
With open beamed ceiling, fireplace, double aspect windows, stairs to the first floor.

KITCHEN: (4m x 3.95m (13'1" x 12'11"))
With double aspect

REAR LOBBY/UTILITY ROOM
With Belfast sink and w.c. off

LEAN-TO OUTHOUSE:

FIRST FLOOR:
LANDING:

BEDROOM 1: (3.1m x 3.7m (10'2" x 12'1"))
Double aspect, tongue and groove clad ceiling

BEDROOM 2: (2.25m x 2.4m (7'4" x 7'10"))
Tongue and groove clad ceiling

BEDROOM 3: (2.9m x 3.3m (9'6" x 10'9"))
With built in wardrobe

BATHROOM:
With 3 piece suite, shower over bath. Airing Cupboard.

BEDROOM 4: (2.74m x 3.35m (8'11" x 10'11"))
With tongue and groove clad ceiling.

EXTERNALLY:
To the fore of the residence is a small yard that is suitable for a car parking area and with the potential for grounds and gardens to the rear.

THE BUILDINGS:
The buildings are predominantly set around a concrete yard although there is quite a substantial building situated on the drive approaching the property.
The buildings are ideally suited for smallholding use and include a former Cow Shed 16m x 4.25m of block walls under a corrugated iron roof.
Store Shed of corrugated iron construction.
Summer House of timber construction
Store Shed of stone walls under a slate roof.
Open fronted Garage 7.2m x 3.9m supported by steel stanchions with some block walling all under a corrugated asbestos roof.
Stables constructed of block walls under a corrugated iron roof but most recently apparently used for storage.
Livestock Shed 8.85m x 10.5m being of steel framed construction with infill block walls with corrugated iron cladding and roof
Dog kennels 12.5m x 9m
Livestock Shed 27.43m x 9.14m being of steel portal frame construction with Yorkshire board cladding and corrugated asbestos roof.
There are also various aviaries and chicken sheds and chicken houses around the land of a more temporary nature.

THE LAND:
A plan of the land is attached for identification purposes only. The land is predominantly sloping pasture land that does now require some pasture and hedge improvement as certain areas are covered in Gorse but nevertheless have the potential for grazing within several enclosures.

SERVICES:
Mains water and electricity are connected and it is assumed that there is private drainage. The property has had an oil fired central heating system in the past but this now requires replacement.
TENURE: We understand the property is Freehold of tenure and vacant possession will be available upon completion. The property is accessed off the public highway by virtue of a drive that then opens into the farmyard.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Carmarthenshire County Council, County Hall, Castle Hill, Carmarthen SA31 1JP Tel: 01267 234567

GENERAL REMARKS:
The sale of Clover Hill Farm offers a rare opportunity to acquire a residential smallholding of this nature in this setting. The property occupies a relatively private location on the road that leads from St Clears to Pendine via the historic township of Laugharne and enjoys a very pleasant aspect overlooking the surrounding countryside with views towards the coast which has to be viewed to be fully appreciated and includes a residence of considerable character that now does require some upgrading in order to realise its full potential together with a range of versatile outbuildings that are suitable for livestock or indeed equestrian use. Viewing is highly recommended.

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Pendine Road Plashett
Laugharne, Carmarthenshire SA33 4TT
County: Carmarthenshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: 31450083
Last Updated: Friday, 20 May 2022 08:28
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