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Property for sale

Rhos Farm, Efailwen, Clynderwen £475,000

  • J J Morris Estate Agents - NARBERTH

    Hill House, High Street, Narberth

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Bedrooms: 4

*Offered for sale as a residential smallholding of 18.75acres or thereabouts in total with the option of additional land.

*Character 4/5 bedroom farmhouse ideally suited as a principal residence together with a small annexe.

*Extensive range adaptable outbuildings including traditional buildings that may well have potential for conversion subject to consent together with modern portal frame buildings suitable for a variety of other uses again subject to planning.

*Useful parcel of land in a convenient setting.

*EPC Rating E.

The Farmhouse

The farmhouse comprises a detached, traditionally constructed residence of solid stone walls with part rendered elevations, all under a slate roof. The walls incorporate uPVC double glazed windows and doors and offers the following accommodation which could be restyled to form a principal residence together with annexe style accommodation in required. The accommodation includes:-

uPVC double glazed French doors open into:

Kitchen

4.29m x 5.51m (14' 1" x 18' 1") with tiled floor, beam ceiling, well equipped with a range of fitted base units with work surfaces over and further storage in matching wall mounted units, stainless steel single drainer, part tiled walls, plumbing for dishwasher, electric cooker with extractor hood, oil fired rayburn.

Set of stairs rising to the First Floor.

Sitting Room

4.29m x 5.03m (14' 1" x 16' 6") with radiator, feature stone walls with wood burner in timber surround, slate floor, beamed and clad ceiling, recess cupboard, china cupboard.

Entrance Hall

uPVC door to the fore, slate floor, radiator, stairs, under stairs storage cupboard, open beamed and clad ceiling.

Sitting Room

3.89m x 4.22m (12' 9" x 13' 10") with radiator, cast iron fireplace, sink and cupboard.

Rear Porch

with radiator, part tiled walls and uPVC door to the rear.

Utility Room

4.34m x 3.43m (14' 3" x 11' 3") with open beamed ceiling, stainless steel sink unit, plumbing for automatic washing machine and radiator.

Inner Hallway

with radiator.

Shower Room

with tiled floor, shower, WC and wash basin

Office

5.11m x 3.38m (16' 9" x 11' 1") with radiator, tiled floor and open beamed ceiling.

First Floor

Rear Landing

with radiator.

Bedroom 1

4.85m x 3.43m (15' 11" x 11' 3") to the rear with double aspect windows, radiator.

Bathroom

with radiator, three pieced with shower attachment over the bath.

Landing

with radiator, uPVC window to the fore.

Bedroom 2

4.29m x 3.89m (14' 1" x 12' 9") with uPVC windows to the fore, recess shelves, beamed effect ceiling.

Bedroom 3

5.08m x 4.27m (16' 8" x 14') with beamed ceiling, timber floor, radiator, inset fireplace and connecting door to:-

Bedroom 4

4.44m x 4.55m (14' 7" x 14' 11") with uPVC window to the fore, airing cupboard and built in wardrobe, radiator, tongue and groove ceiling. Second staircase leading to the kitchen.

Externally

The Residence stands within its own domestic grounds that includes plenty of space for car parking and are within easy reach of the farm buildings.

The Buildings

To the side of the farmhouse and currently used for storage is a traditionally constructed outbuilding of stone and block walls under a corrugated asbestos roof.

There is a further stone small building adjoining the farmstead.

The buildings may well have conversion potential subject of course to any necessary planning consents being obtained.

The farm buildings are typical of a progressive farmstead development, with the majority of the present cubicle and feeding yards being on concrete.

As the majority of the buildings are steel portal framed we feel they are readily adaptable to a variety of other uses subject of course to any necessary planning consents being obtained.

The principal cubicle sheds are 3 x 4 bay buildings of steel portal frame construction with infill block walls with corrugated iron asbestos/B6 clad elevations and roof with covered silage clamp, now used as a collection yard and further cubicles adjoining of similar construction. These have access onto a feeding yard part of which is undercover with further cubicles in this area; with partially slatted floor for slurry management and providing over 200 cubicles for the dairy herd.

1000,000 gallon slurry store.

Milking parlour 28.28 herringbone parlour with collecting yard and dairy adjoining with 10,500 litre bulk tank and 17 tonne cake bin externally.

Silage Clamp.

4 bay Dutch Barn with adjoining lean to's - being 7 and 4 bay respectively - of steel framed construction with infill block walls with corrugated iron and box profile clad walls. This building is in need of improvement, but nevertheless is suitable as loose housing.

The Land

The land extends to 18.75 acres or thereabouts as per the plan attached and the schedule of acreage.

The land is predominantly level or gently sloping being divided into useful sized enclosures within well defined stock proof hedgerows that are internally fenced. There is access to water at several locations. The land is typical of the area including permanent pastures and conservation areas etc.

Neighbourhood average sold house prices

Terraced
£129,000
Semi-detached
£128,500
Detached
£213,592

Based on 29 transactions covering the past 5 years. Prices are not adjusted for inflation. Data is supplied by the Land Registry.

  • J J Morris Estate Agents - NARBERTH

    Hill House, High Street, Narberth

    • Request details

      I would like to:
    • 01834 218101