St Clears CARMARTHENSHIRE

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  • Characterful Traditional Three / Four Bedroom Farmhouse
  • Two Superb Stone Barns with Conversion Potential (STPC) 
  • Range of Agricultural Barns 
  • Grassland Paddocks 
  • Former CL Caravan Site
  • Deciduous Woodland with Wildlife Ponds
  • Approx. 24 Acres In All

 

The present owners have been at the property for over twenty years and for most of this time they ran a well known craft shop and pottery with a tea room and camp site. There is potential for a variety of lifestyle businesses subject to necessary permissions or alternatively it provides a lovely family home and smallholding.

The property occupies a very secluded location surrounded by its own land at the end of a long private drive well away from roads and neighbours, although a railway line, which is well screened by trees, runs along the northern boundary. 

St Clears has a good range of local shops and amenities as well as access on to the A48 dual carriageway which links to the M4 motorway. The main marketing and administrative centre of Carmarthen is about 10 miles to the east and the popular coastal resort of Tenby is about 19 miles to the west.

Price Guide £550,000 Ref: EO6601

THE RESIDENCE

A detached traditional Welsh farmhouse with oil fired central heating and double glazing to all windows. The  accommodation in brief is as follows; please refer to the floor plan for approx. room sizes

The Main Entrance  leads into a Utility Room which has a terracotta tiled floor and plumbing for washing machine. A door leads through to the kitchen and stairs lead up to the first floor where there is a Bedroom and adjoining Storage Room with scope to provide an en suite.

The Farmhouse Style Kitchen / Diner is fitted with a range of built-in base and eye level units with worksurfaces incorporating 1½ bowl sink, plumbing for dishwasher, electric cooker point, oil fired Rayburn and terracotta tiled floor.

An Inner Hall has an external stable style door and gives access to the Ground Floor Bathroom which has a panelled bath, WC and wash hand basin.

There is a downstairs Study / Bedroom with a rear window and built-in wardrobe

The Living Room has an oak floor and a freestanding log burner set on a slate plinth. It leads through to the Dining Room which also has an oak floor and in turn leads through to the Conservatory which has glazed double doors to the garden.

On the First Floor there are Two Main Bedrooms and a Shower / Wet Room with an electric shower unit, wash hand basin and WC

Price Guide £550,000Ref: EO6601

OUTSIDE, OUTBUILDINGS & LAND

The property is set down a long private entrance drive which leads through the property's land to a large Arrival Yard adjacent to the house and outbuildings. There is a lawned garden to the rear and adjoining the farmhouse to the side is an External Office with a side window and telephone point.

Within the garden there are Two Old Static Caravans, both requiring refurbishment. One has services connected.

 

The Outbuildings are as follows with approx. sizes:

Traditional Barn One 22’2 x 15’ (about 6.7m x 4.6m) built mainly of stone under an insulated box profile roof with light and power supplies.

Traditional Barn Two 26’3 x 20’4 (about 8m x 6.2m) built mainly of stone under box profile roof with light and power supplies with Two Adjoining Rooms 20’2 x 9’4 and 14’6 x 6’3 (about 6.1m x 1.9m and 4.4m x 1.9m) plus external steps leading to Two Loft Rooms 20’3 x 12’4 and 20’3 x 14’5 (about 6.2m x 3.7m and 6.2m x 4.4m)

Nissen Shed built mainly of block and brick under an oval GI roof, Part One 26’ x 20’ (about 7.9m x 6.1m) and Part Two 32’10 x 20’ (about 9.8m x 6.1m) with partitions providing Six Stalls

Agricultural Barn steel and timber framed with GI roof and cladding providing 40 cow cubicle house, silage barn and milking bale, incorporating:

               Area One 46’ x 20’ (about 14m x 6.1m)

               Area Two 46’ x 18’8 (about 14m x 5.7m)

Former Milking Parlour 15’7 x 15’3 (about4.7m x 4.6m)

End Lean To 23’ x 20’ (about 7m x 6.1m)

Loose Box 18’7 x 8’6 (about 5.7m x 2.6m)

The Land surrounds the farmstead and is currently divided into three large pasture paddocks plus several smaller enclosures one of which formerly had a Camping and Caravan Club License with electric hook up points and WC/Shower Block which now needs refurbishment.

In addition to the pasture there is approx. fourteen acres of young woodland with sixteen different species. It includes areas of natural wetland and wildlife ponds creating an extremely diverse habitat with an abundance of wildlife.

IN ALL APPROX. 24 ACRES  (About 9.7 Hectares)

Price Guide £550,000Ref: EO6601