Glan Ceidrych , Bethlehem, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire. SA19 6YW
£525,000 3 bedrooms
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- Approx. 35 acre smallholding
- Great range of traditional stone buildings
- Charming, traditional, extended farmhouse
- More modern agricultural buildings
- Mixed land, woods, pasture and rough grazing
- Beautiful countryside
- Peaceful location
A 35 acre smallholding with charming traditional, well presented 3 bed farmhouse, a fine range of stone outbuildings with lots of potential, plus more modern agricultural buildings suited to the use of the smallholder.
The farmhouse and stone buildings are set around a central courtyard whilst the others are set slightly away from the house. All appear to be in good condition and the stone buildings would, subject to consent, provide extra accommodation, office space, studio or workshop space etc.
The land is a mix of pasture, rough grazing and woodland - some of which is quite scrubby, lying as it does, at the bottom of the imposing Garn Goch.
The smallholding is set amidst rolling country in a quiet location nestling under Garn Goch within the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Kitchen / Breakfast Room 13' 7" x 9' 2"
Range of natural wood base and wall units; resin sink; plumbing for washing machine; Inglenook housing solid fuel range serving hot water and central heating; tiled floor; tiled splash backs; walk-in pantry; window to front and rear.
Living Room 24' 11" x 16' 9"
Inset multi fuel stove; beamed ceiling; 2 radiators; oak flooring; front door; 2 windows to front; window to rear; stairs to first floor
Conservatory 24' 7" x 9' 8"
Timber framed conservatory; tiled floor; 3 radiators
2 windows to rear
Bedroom 1 13' 0" x 8' 4"
Radiator; window to front; wooden flooring
Bedroom 2 16' 3" Max x 11' 2" Max
An irregularly shaped room with 2 windows to front; radiator; built-in airing/linen cupboard
Bedroom 3 9' 4" x 7' 1"
Window to front; wooden flooring; radiator
White 3 piece bathroom suite; part tiled walls; window to side; tiled floor; radiator
The property is approached from a country lane via a concrete drive leading into the property. The drive leads into a yard to the front of the main house but also gives access to a second yard with agricultural shed, silage clamp and lots of room to park equipment.
The property come with an array of buildings. Some are of traditional stone construction whilst others suit more modern agricultural use:
Attached to the Kitchen is a STONE SHED measuring 5.2m x 3.3m. Water, power and drainage is connected. This would make an excellent extension if desired.
Attached to the opposite side of the house is the OLD COW SHED 8.4m x 4.7m plus 2.25m x 4.7m; water and power connected. This is two storey and again, offers huge scope for further accommodation if required (subject to consent).
Standing across the yard from the house is an old stone range which is divided into two. The front half is now a
BARN 3.7m x 5.7m (previously 2 storey) currently divided into 3 pens.
The rear half of the BARN is the same height but has large doors which would admit vehicles. This measures approx. 5.7m x 7.4m.
Also standing opposite the house and next to the stone barn is the OLD COTTAGE 4.35m x 3.05m Inglenook with old range and bread oven; water and power connected; loft over. COAL SHED to side. This building would make an excellent conversion either to more accommodation or to office space (subject to consent).
In a separate concreted yard stands a more modern agricultural shed comprising;
HAY BARN of block and corrugated construction, plus 2 LEAN-TO CUBICLE SHEDS.
This yard also includes a silage clamp.
There is a further modern corrugated LIVESTOCK SHED standing in the land, close to the house.
To the rear of the house is a large and private garden. This is laid mainly to lawn but has some specimen trees and flower beds.
Post and rail fence separates the garden from the land.
It provides a large, safe area for children to play.
The land is a mixture of pasture, rough pasture and woodland. In total, it extends to some 35 acres or thereabouts.
Some of the woodland is steep, lying at the bottom of the neighbouring hills.
The pasture is flat or gently sloping and amounts to perhaps 10 acres in 6 enclosures.
In addition, there are 4 enclosures of rough pasture which makes good amenity land, with a wealth of wildlife.
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