Backe Road, St. Clears, Carmarthen


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Farm With 149 Acres

Range Of Traditional And Modern Outbuildings

Four Bedroom Farmhouse

Rural Outlook

Description The sale of Woolstone Farm offers an opportunity to purchase a useful farmstead in a well known productive livestock rearing area. This holding, which amounts to almost 149 acres, offers a 4 bedroom period farmhouse with attached outbuilding, a range of traditional and modern buildings and a useful block of productive farmland surrounding the farmstead. The property is situated at the end of a council lane just 2 miles from St Clears and about 10 miles from the County Town of Carmarthen where there is a good choice of shopping and leisure amenities.

Location The property is located at the end of a council road from where there is a short legth of private roadway shared with the neighbouring property. Local facilities are to be found in St. Clears

Farmhouse The farmhouse is located on the farmyard and briefly comprises 4 bedrooms and bathroom at first floor plus Kitchen/ breakfast room at ground level plus a Parlour and Sitting Room. It is more particularly described as follows:

Entrance Hall with stairs to first floor

Sitting Room18'3" x 12'6" (5.56m x 3.8m). with radiator and open views.

Kitchen15'1" x 12'8" (4.6m x 3.86m). with range of fitted base and wall units incorporating 1 1/2 bowl sink, built-in oven and hob, recess for appliances, oil fired boiler and opening to...

Breakfast Room15'1" x 8'6" (4.6m x 2.6m). flag stone flooring and radiator.

Parlour18'4" x 8'6" (5.59m x 2.6m). flag stone floor and door to adjoining building.

First Floor landing gives access to each bedroom and staircase leading to attic space.

Bedroom 115'5" x 13'1" (4.7m x 3.99m). radiator and views

Bedroom 212'10" x 13'3" (3.91m x 4.04m). radiator and views

Bedroom 319'2" x 8'8" (5.84m x 2.64m). radiator

Bedroom 412' x 8'8" (3.66m x 2.64m). radiator

Bathroom having a suite in white comprising panel bath with shower over, WC, pedestal sink and built-in airing cupboard.

Farm Buildings There is a good range of traditional and modern farm buildings situated adjacent to the farmhouse at Woolstone Farm. The buildings are approached off the private lane, directly onto concrete yard areas. They are laid out for livestock, machinery and fodder accommodation. Some of the traditional buildings may have potential for alternative uses, subject to local planning consents. The buildings are more particularly described as follows; Traditional stone and slate single storey building, with brick and concrete block lean to extension to its front elevation under a corrugated fibre cement roof. Adjoining the above is a traditional stone and slate building providing former cow cubicles. Traditional stone and slate two story building, Corrugated iron storage building. 45 x 20ft steel frame Dutch barn with corrugated iron roof and sides being open fronted

. Adjoining the above is a single storey rendered building under a slate roof with part loft over, accommodating a six abreast parlour and storage room. 37 x 6.5ft mono pitch timber frame building with box profile sheeted roof and timber and box profile sheeted sides, providing former cow kennelling. 37 x 13ft mono pitched timber framed building with box profile roof and timber and box profile sheeted sides, accommodation cattle handling area and former cow kennelling. Enclosed cattle collection yard with concrete floor, 60 x 45ft steel framed general purpose building with pre cast concrete walls and Yorkshire boarding above, with concrete floor under a fibre cement roof, being open fronted.

THE LAND The land is situated directly around the farmstead and has good access from the farm buildings and off the access road. The land is undulating and all laid down to pasture with deciduous woodland enclosures. The land is bounded by mixed species hedges or post and netting fencing and the field enclosures provide good livestock grazing. The land has access to a tanked and natural water supply. The farm is bounded by the River Taff on its southern boundary.


MAP REFERENCE SN 253152 (1:50,000) on Land ranger map 158

TENURE We are informed that the property is freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

OUTGOINGS Council Tax is payable to Carmarthenshire County Council.

INGOING The property is sold free of any ingoings

BASIC PAYMENT ENTITLEMENTS We have been informed that the land is situated within the lowland region of Wales for Basic Payment purposes. We are informed that all the land has been registered with the Welsh Assembly and is digitally mapped. The vendor will retain all 2015 BPS monies claimed over the land. The purchaser(s) will be under an obligation to farm the land in accordance with cross compliance rules until 31/12/2015. The purchaser(s) will indemnify the vendors against any breeches of cross compliance that results from the purchaser's negligence.

OVERAGE CLAUSE We have been informed that there is an overage provision on the traditional farm buildings situated at Woolstone Farm. We have been informed that there is a 50% uplift in value payable to Carmarthenshire County Council for development of some of the traditional buildings for a period of around 88 years (To Be Confirmed).

BOUNDARIES The purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of the boundaries, and neither the vendors nor the vendors' agents will be responsible for defining the boundaries of ownership thereof.

FIXTURES AND FITTINGS Those items mentioned in the sale particulars are included in the freehold sale. All other fixtures and fittings and furnishings are expressly excluded.

EASEMENTS,WAYLEAVES&RIGHTSOFWAY The property is offered subject to and with the benefit of any rights of way, both public and private, all wayleaves, easements and other rights, whether or not specifically referred to. There is a known fisherman's access to the river and along the banks and a footpath along the north east boundary.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING The property is offered subject to any development plans, tree preservation orders, ancient orders, public rights of way, town planning schedules, or resolutions, which may be or may come into force. The purchaser(s) will be deemed to have full knowledge of these and have satisfied themselves as to the effects such matters have on the property.

AUTHORITIES Carmarthenshire County Council - 01267 234567 Welsh Assembly - 0300 062 5004 Natural Resources Wales - 0300 065 3000

PLANS, AREAS & SCHEDULES These are based on ordnance survey and are for reference only. They have been checked and compiled by the vendor's agents and the purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have satisfied themselves as to the description of the farm. Any error or mis-statement shall not annul a sale or entitle any party to compensation in respect thereof. The plan is for the purposes of identification only.

ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES A detailed inspection and assessment of the materials that may contain asbestos has not been carried out by the selling agents. Although a general reference to this material may have been made, we cannot confirm whether any of the buildings are constructed of other asbestos based materials, which may be visible, inaccessible or concealed. Prospective purchasers are advised to obtain their own specialist reports in relation to this matter and other environmental issues. Asbestos is considered to be a hazardous material and should only be removed and disposed of by an approved contractor. Full details or regulations regarding asbestos and asbestos based products can be obtained from the environmental health department of the local authority.

HEALTH & SAFETY The agents advise all prospective purchasers when viewing the property to take due care.

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