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  • Detached Five Bedroom Traditional Farmhouse 
  • Approx. 62 Acres In All
  • Good Range of Useful Outbuildings, Stables and Manege 
  • Gently Undulating Pasture, Woodland, Two Streams and a Pond
  • Secluded Location Down a Long Drive
  • Wonderful Views Over Carreg Cennen Castle to the Black Mountain



Offers Over £595,000 Sold. Similar properties required.Ref: EO5974


A traditional farmhouse refurbished in recent years with oil fired central heating provided by a programmable Rayburn and the windows are double glazed. The accommodation in brief is as follows, please refer to floor plan for approx. room sizes

A Front Door leads into a Hall with a tiled floor, stairs to first floor and understairs cupboard, and doors leading to the dining room, sitting room and kitchen.

The Dining Room has a tiled floor and glazed double doors leading through to the Front Conservatory with external doors to the garden.

The Main Sitting Room has a feature stone fireplace with a multifuel log-burner and tiled floor.

The Large Kitchen / Breakfast Room has a range of freestanding units, double stainless steel sink and drainer, oil fired Rayburn (providing domestic hot water and central heating) plus an “Everhot” electric stove, red and black tiled floor.

The adjoining Utility Room has an external door, Belfast sink, WC and plumbing for washing machine. Additionally there is a Rear Porch / Utility Room / Conservatory with external door.

On the First Floor  there is a Master Bedroom with En- Suite Shower Room, Two Guest Bedrooms, Family Bathroom and Fourth Bedroom leading through to Bedroom Five / Study.


Offers Over £595,000Sold. Similar properties required.Ref: EO5974


The property is approached from the village down a long entrance drive which leads to a yard with ample parking adjacent to the farmhouse and farm buildings.

Lawned gardens adjoin the farmhouse with a Greenhouse 8’ x 6’ (about 2.4m x 1.8m) and a Pond.

The excellent range of outbuildings is as follows with approx. sizes.

Stone Barn 22’ x 18’ (about 6.7m x 5.5m) with light power and water supplies incorporating:

                Two Loose Boxes each 11’6 x 11’ (about 3.5m x 3.3m)

                Store 19’6 x 13’6 (about 6m x 4.1m) divided into three bays

                Store 12’10 x 9’5 (about 3.9m x 2.8m) with UV water filtration unit

Adjoining the stone barn is a Home Paddock divided into two with a Polytunnel which is in need of re-covering and an Orchard with a variety of apple, pear and quince trees.

Carport 18’8 x 15’10 (about 5.7m x 4.8m)

Barn 60’ x 40’ (about 18.4m x 12.2m) steel portal frame with block walls, concrete base, Yorkshire boarding, corrugated roof, light, power and water supplies incorporating:

                Five Loose Boxes each 12’ x 12’ (about 3.6m x 3.6m) the rest of the building can be subdivided with gates.

Stone Barn 70’ x 16’ (about 21.4m x 4.9m) (overall) with light and power supplies, divided into two parts. The larger part contains Three Livestock Pens.


Dutch Barn 45’ x 26’ (about 13.7m x 7.9m) timber and steel frame with GI cladding, oval roof, concrete base

Dutch Barn 34’ x 18’ (about 10.4m x 5.5m) with Adjoining Lean To 34’ x 16’10 (about 10.4m x 5.1m) with Six Internal Pens.

Manege 40m x 20m post and railed with sand surface

Large Poultry Area with five fenced pens plus a large fully enclosed aviary.

In the adjacent side paddock there is an attractive wildlife pond plus a 35’ Mobile Home with three bedrooms and services connected. The current owners have used this for many years for family and friends.

The Land surrounds the farmstead in undulating pasture fields most of which are double fenced with 6’ wide wildlife corridors and mature hedges which have been left uncut to provide more wildlife habitat. In addition to the pasture there is about twelve acres of mature deciduous woodland. The land is dissected by the River Marlais which is an attractive stream and there is a second smaller stream in the southern fields. Within the land there are two unscheduled monuments believed to be ancient lime or charcoal kilns.


 (About 25 Hectares)



  1. The farm is registered in the Single Farm Payment Scheme which in 2019 provided a payment of £4,321. The entitlements where transferable will be included in the sale.
  2. The farm is registered in the Glastir Advanced Environmental Scheme (specifically for non-improved pastureland and non grazed woodland). Two years have been served of a four year scheme which provides an annual payment of £1,856
  3. Solar Panels were installed in 2011 under the Homesun Rented Roof Space Scheme which lasts for a period of 25 years. The vendors estimate it provides an annual saving of around £400 on their electricity bill.

Offers Over £595,000Sold. Similar properties required.Ref: EO5974