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● Set In Approx. 4 Acres with Gardens, Paddocks and Superb Views
● A Character Detached Three Bedroom Former Farmhouse
● Excellent Purpose Built Stabling with Solarium Box, 5/6 Boxes & Stores
● Manège c.40m x 20m with Martin Collins Surface
● Rural and Very Accessible Location c.3 miles Junction 36 M4 Motorway

Set in approx. 4 acres, a characterful three bedroom former farmhouse with excellent equestrian facilities, in a very accessible location.

An excellent opportunity to acquire a residential and private equestrian property in an accessible location just outside of the village of Cefn Cribwr and within easy access of the M4 motorway.

The property has been extensively improved by the vendors, the house itself has much character with a ground floor bedroom and shower room ideal for guests etc, and a very nice open-plan galleried living room. There is also a contemporary kitchen and a very useful utility room to the ground floor with two further bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor.

The equestrian facilities are, in the agent's opinion, excellent with purpose-built loose boxes and corral areas, a recently refurbished manège with Martin Collins surface, as well as level / very gently sloping paddocks and superb far reaching views.

The vendors have utilised the property for residential and private equestrian use, for their show jumping horses. We understand, within road hacking distance, there is access to nearby Bedford Park which offers lovely outriding. The property is within short boxing distance of beach riding at Dunraven Bay, Newton Beach Margham Park.

The village of Cefn Cribwr has a Post Office / shop, public house, local club, gym and MOT centre as well as schooling (at the time of writing). Further, more extensive facilities are offered by nearby Bridgend, Cardiff and Swansea all of which are readily accessible via the M4 (junction 36) nearby.

Price Guide £695,000 Ref: JN6429


A well presented, detached former farmhouse believed to date from the 19th century in parts with oil-fired central heating and double glazed windows throughout. The accommodation is as follows with approx. room sizes:

An Entrance Porch leads on to a lovely Galleried Living Room, with inglenook fireplace having wood burning stove, open area with turned stairs to first floor, two front windows and two radiators.  Off this is a Snug / Dining Room which has two front windows and radiator

The Modern Kitchen has an extensive range of oak fronted wall and base units, worksurfaces, inset sink with mixer tap, five ring hob, twin oven, wall units, high ceiling with two roof lights, rear window, radiator, tiled flooring and leads on to a Utility Room with a window, radiator, tiled flooring, plumbing for washing machine and a stable door to front.

From the Living Room a door leads to a Potential Annexe / Ground Floor Suite comprising:

Inner Hall with window, radiator, built-in cupboard, Shower Room with corner shower with drench head, wash hand basin and WC, window, tiled flooring, radiator, and Bedroom Three with two windows and radiator.

To the First Floor, the Landing has an end window and high ceiling, with a Gallery/Reading Room with a window.

Bedroom One has two front windows, rear window, radiator and exposed beams, whilst Bedroom Two has two windows, radiator, feature period fireplace (not in use) and ceiling beams.

The Bathroom has a jacuzzi bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, wash hand basin and WC, ladder towel rail, stone flooring, part wall tiling, built-in lit mirror, built-in store cupboards.

Price Guide £695,000Ref: JN6429


The property is approached off the road via a wide, gated access into a tarmacadam area. This then splays off into a driveway leading to the side of the house with a further gated access leading down to the stable yard. To the front of the house there is a good sized lawned area which is fenced for dogs and has a walkway and patio seating area with beautiful view. 

There is a brick paved walkway along the front of the house and at the far side there is a paved area/ enclosure with a gated access through to the rear garden again with a brick paved walkway to the rear. There is an outside boiler house with oil-fired boiler and a small raised lawn area which has been recently fenced to the road at the rear with a pedestrian gated access. 

From the arrival area a further gated access leads into a hard standing trackway leading down to the stable yard, off which there is a concrete pad for parking etc. This leads round, passing the manège and down to the stable yard.

An L-shaped Purpose-Built Stable Yard comprises:
Solarium Box 12’2 x 11’2 (c. 3.6m x 3.3m) with shower unit and lighting plus front window
Further Loose Box 12’2 x 11’2 (c. 3.6m x 3.3m)
Corner Tack/Feed Store 14’8 x 11’2 (c. 4.4m x 3.3m) currently divided into two rooms, one with stainless steel sink and drainer and plumbing for washing machine.
Six Loose Boxes each 11’10 x 11’10 (c. 3.6m x 3.6m) two with rubber matting. All of the boxes have auto drinkers and there is interior and exterior lighting and outside sensor lighting.

Attached at the far end there is an Open Implement Store 11’7 x 9’4 (c. 3.5m x 2.8m)

There are water and power supplies to the yard and Two Corral / Handling Areas with post and rail fencing to the front providing excellent handling facilities.

Purpose Built Manège c. 40m x 20m with floodlighting and Martin Collins Fibre Track surface.

The Land comprises potentially six paddock areas which can be divided by post and electric fencing, with hedging to one boundary. There are three field troughs on the land, which is very gently sloping and has beautiful views.

(About 1.6 Hectares)

The vendors intend to put an Uplift Clause of 25% over 25 years on the land, in respect of future development, this is negotiable.

Price Guide £695,000Ref: JN6429