Penrhiw Uchaf , Llanddeusant, Llangadog, Carmarthenshire SA19 9YT

£695,000 4 bedrooms

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Dining RoomDining Room
KitchenKitchen
Utility RoomUtility Room
Bedroom 1 Bedroom 1
Bedroom 2Bedroom 2
Bedroom 3Bedroom 3
BathroomBathroom
LandingLanding
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The OutbuildingsThe Outbuildings
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The OutbuildingsThe Outbuildings
The YardThe Yard
The LandThe Land
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The LandThe Land
The WoodlandThe Woodland
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  • Organic, Soil Association registered holding
  • Approx 50 acres, including 41.5 of pasture
  • 4 bed farmhouse
  • Extensive range of outbuildings
  • Stunning views
  • Within Brecon Beacons National Park
  • Grazing rights on Common Land
  • Very peaceful and rural
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Penrhiw Uchaf is a 50 acre organic small farm, registered with the Soil Association. It comprises a well presented, detached, 4 bed house together with approx 41.5 acres of pasture, plus woodland and an extensive range of outbuildings. It also benefits from grazing rights on the common land.

The accommodation briefly comprises a hall, living room, dining room, kitchen, rear hall, utility room and shower room on the ground floor, with a landing, 4 bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor. Adjoining the house is a stone store, which could be incorporated into the living accommodation if desired (subject to normal consents) or would equally be suited for workshop / studio space if preferred. The house benefits from double glazing and from oil-fired central heating. It retains plenty of character features.

There is an extensive range of outbuildings: some are modern, agricultural buildings essential for running livestock and housing implements, while some are stone and could be suitable for conversion, subject to consents, if so desired. Being situated with the Brecon Beacons National Park, there could be a market for holiday accommodation / bunk house / campsite development with plenty of local walking and riding available.

The property is situated in a peaceful, rural location within the Brecon Beacons National Park and has stunning and far-reaching views over open countryside. It is, however, only 8 miles from Llandovery and 13 miles from Llandeilo, both on the A40 and giving easy access to other routes.

Room details

Hall
Front door; red quarry tiled floor; stairs to first floor; radiator

Living Room 16' 6" x 10' 7"
Slate floor; window to front; radiator; painted stone wall; woodburning stove

Dining Room 16' 7" x 16' 4" Max
Red quarry tiled floor; Inglenook fireplace with painted stone work housing Esse range - oil-fired double range with additional electric unit - serving cooking, hot water and heating; feature stone steps to side of Inglenook, which used to lead to the upper storey, but are now blocked off; window to front

Kitchen 14' 7" x 6' 3"
Red quarry tiled floor; window to side and rear; range of base units with granite worksurfaces over; matching larder cupboard; ceramic sink; tiled splash backs; plumbing for dishwasher; radiator

Rear Hall
Red quarry tiled floor; rear door; large under stairs cupboard with shelving and red quarry tiled floor

Utility Room 6' 5" x 5' 10"
Red quarry tiled floor; plumbing for washing machine; space for tumble dryer; Belfast sink with wooden drainer; tiled splash backs; radiator; window to rear

Shower Room
WC; shower cubicle; red quarry tiled floor; window to side; radiator

Landing
Loft hatch

Bedroom 1 17' 3" Max x 14' 1" Max
Window to front and side; airing cupboard; painted stone chimney breast; radiator

Bedroom 2 16' 10" x 9' 11"
Window to front; painted stone wall; radiator

Bedroom 3 14' 2" x 6' 5"
Sloping ceiling with reduced headroom; window to side; radiator

Bedroom 4 / Study 7' 1" x 5' 8"
Window to front; radiator

Bathroom 11' 10" x 6' 2"
WC; pedestal wash hand basin; bath with mixer tap; ceramic tiled floor; tiled to dado height; sloping ceiling with reduced headroom; window to side; radiator

Externally
The property is approached over a private track from the minor country road. The track leads to plenty of parking and turning space to the side and rear of the house.

There is a lawned garden in front of the house, between it and the stone barn. The environs of the house and buildings are grassed.

The Outbuildings
All the outbuildings have power and light connected.

Adjoining the house is a Store, measuring 4m x 3.75m, with a concrete floor, door to front and window to side.

Opposite the house is the first range of outbuildings. This has water connected, as well as light and power. This comprises:
Stone Barn 15.3m x 5.38m, with door and window to front and 3 doors to the rear, 2 directly to the yard and one to the Handling Shed.
Freezer Shed 2.06m x 2.4m, block built, door to front
Wood Shed 4.47m x 2.53m, block built, door to yard
Livestock Handling Shed 5.8m x 5.5m, block built, door to yard
Store / Workshop 5.95m x 3.44m, with stable door to side

Behind this block of buildings is a concrete yard. Along one side of the yard is the modern GP agricultural building. This measures 18m x 13.8m. It is divided into two halves, with one side having a bull pen separated off at the back; water is connected and there are drinkers around the edge; concrete floor; 2 double doors to front.

Behind the house is the other range of buildings. This comprises 2 Dutch barns, 14m x 4.6m and 13.3m x 4.07m, with a lean-to with box profile roof between them, 14m x 3.85m, all open-fronted.

The Land
The property extends to approximately 50 acres. We are advised that about 41.5 acres is pasture and the rest is woodland. The pasture is split into a number of inter-connecting fields. Inner boundaries are mature hedges, whilst external boundaries also have secure stockproof fencing. The property is registered Organic with the Soil Association. It attracts a Single Farm Payment and a Glastir Payment.

The property enjoys grazing rights on the Common Land for 200 sheep and their lambs and 1 pony and her foal.

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