Set in approx. 3.3 acres a detached three bedroom former farmhouse with stabling and land, on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park
The sale of Rhiwddu Farm offers the opportunity to purchase a detached former farmhouse with stables and land on the edge of the popular village of Upper Brynamman and within a short distance of the Black Mountain.
The property has been utilised for private residential and equestrian use, as well as a smallholding where the vendors have kept sheep, pigs, chickens, ducks, and we understand the property also has grazing rights on the nearby Black Mountain (details to be confirmed).
In the Agent’s opinion the house offers comfortable accommodation and has a range of useful outbuildings and stabling. It is fair to say that the land has been left fallow for some years now and is in need of some improvement.
Upper Brynamman has two public houses (one virtually opposite the house) a fish and chip shop, a dental practice, doctors surgery, post office, community centre and a cinema. More extensive facilities are offered by Ammanford which has a range of independent shops and local schools etc. The M4 Junction 48 lies about 15 miles to the south, whilst the popular market town od Llandeilo is readily accessible to the north.
Price Guide £425,000 Ref: JN6694
A detached three bedroom former farmhouse believed to date from the early 19th Century with bottled LPG central heating and double glazed windows. There is the following accommodation with approx. room sizes:
Entrance Hall with front door and stairs to first floor
Snug/Office 11’10 x 7’ (about 3.6m x 2.1m) front window, radiator
Dining Room 12’ x 10’ (about 3.6m x 3m) former fireplace, window to front, radiator, laminate flooring
Living Room 16’9 x 14’9 (about 5.1m x 4.5m) door to outside, two front windows, radiator, end window, fireplace with multi-fuel stove, exposed ceiling timbers, loft hatch
Kitchen / Breakfast Room 19’ x 9’6 (about 5.8m x 2.9m) two rear windows, Belfast sink with mixer tap, pine wall and base units, plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge freezer, LPG range with six ring hob (via cylinder) end window, pine flooring, built in cupboard and shelving, built in safe
Utility 7’9 x 5’10 (about 2.4m x 1.8m) with LPG wall mounted boiler (bottled gas / new 2020) wall and base units, window, plumbing for washing machine, tiled flooring, loft hatch
Landing with airing cupboard, radiator
Bedroom 11’9 x 7’ (about 3.6m x 2.2m) front window, loft hatch with ladder, radiator
Bedroom 11’7 x 9’6 (about 3.5m x 2.9m) end window, radiator built-in cupboards, radiator
Bedroom 10’8 x 8’11 (about 3.3m x 2.7m) front window, radiator, built-in cupboards
Bathroom 9’5 x 9’ (about 2.9m x 2.7m) bath with central tap and electric shower over, wash hand basin, WC, window, laminate flooring, shaver light point, radiator
In April 2002 planning permission was granted for a two storey extension of the dwelling, incorporating conversion of the existing barn, planning ref no AM/01194.
The vendors partially started these works by incorporating the adjoining barn to form the living room at the property. As these works were commenced within the stated 5 year period it is understood that they could be continued, subject to any further necessary checks or permissions being obtained. (Further details with agents)
Price Guide £425,000Ref: JN6694
OUTSIDE & OUTBUILDINGS
The property is approached off Mountain Road with a side gated access leading to a large hard-standing area at the side providing parking for facilities. At the far side there is a Former Vegetable Garden Area with hoops for a Polytunnel (in need of new covering) We understand that this area formerly had outline planning permission for a dwelling, although this lapsed some time ago. A gated access to the rear leads to a Double Garage 22’ x 20’8 (about 6.7m x 6.3m) with power and light.
To the rear of the property there is a pleasant garden area with a number of trees and shrubs, and an old Stone Building utilised as a Chicken House. A small outbuilding to the rear of the house has a WC.
Stable Yard consisting:
Loose Box 14’ x 12’ (about 4.3m x 3.6m) light and outside tap plus Rear Store Area 14’ x 6’ (about 4.3m x 1.8m) with hatch access to field
Three Loose Boxes 12’ x 8’ (about 3.6m x 2.4m), 12’ 9 x 11’10 (about 3.9m x 3.6m) with Storage to the Rear and 17’8 x 10’ (about 5.4m x 3m)
Timber Shed 15’4 x 9’2 (about 4.7m x 2.8m) power and water, with sheep pens
The Land adjoins and is in one main block to the rear of the property and is divided into Four Main Paddock Areas and mainly enclosed with sheep net fencing. It is fair to say that the land has been left fallow for some years and would benefit from drainage and improvement works, to bring it back to good pasture land.
IN ALL APPROX. 3.3 ACRES
(About 1.3 Hectares)
Price Guide £425,000Ref: JN6694
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