Felingwm Uchaf, Carmarthen


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  • Bedrooms: 2
Penybont Farm features a 2 bed bungalow with scope to extend into the adjoining outbuilding to provide an additional en suite bedroom or even a small annexe. The bungalow itself was probably built in the late 1800s but now benefits from double glazing and oil-fired central heating. To the side of the bungalow is a secure yard with a range of corrugated outbuildings for equipment and livestock. From the yard, a bridge crosses a stream and gives access to the land. In all there is approx. 21 acres of mainly pasture, although there is a further yard with lots of hard standing for vehicles / equipment and plenty of room for additional buildings if required. Some of the land is steep, some more gentle and some flat. It is bounded by 2 streams.


Penybont Farm is set in a village location with easy access to Carmarthen which is some 6 miles away. Brechfa Forest, with its mountain biking trails and off-road riding is just 2 or 3 miles away. Please Note: We are advised that a public footpath runs through part of the land belonging to this property.

Entrance Hall

Radiator; stairs to first floor; tiled floor.


25' 5'' x 10' 10'' (7.74m x 3.30m) max

Victorian style fireplace; exposed beams; window to front and rear; two radiators.

Kitchen / Diner

32' 8'' x 10' 10'' (9.95m x 3.30m)

Range of fitted base and wall units; island unit; range-style LPG cooker with extractor hood over; tiled floor; window to front and rear.


6' 7'' x 5' 11'' (2.01m x 1.80m)

Plumbing for washing machine; door and window to rear.

Wet Room

Walk-in shower; white WC and wash hand basin; window to rear; tiled walls; airing cupboard.

Store Room

10' 1'' x 6' 8'' (3.07m x 2.03m)

Set down 3 steps from the kitchen, this extra room has a radiator and power and could form part of a large en suite third bedroom (along with the store / workshop) or could form part of a small annexe if used in conjunction with the store / workshop and further adjoining store room which is currently accessible only from outside.

Store / Workshop

10' 2'' x 9' 8'' (3.10m x 2.94m)

Door and window to front. This room is accessible via its own front door or via store room 1. It would be relatively easy to remove the separating wall and create one large room, ideal as an extra bedroom or office or reception room.

First Floor Landing

Accessed via staircase in entrance hall and giving access to:

Bedroom 1

16' 5'' x 9' 2'' (5.00m x 2.79m)

Some reduced headroom to front and rear; window to front.


6' 11'' x 6' 7'' (2.11m x 2.01m)

Radiator; some reduced headroom.

Bedroom 2

16' 5'' x 9' 2'' (5.00m x 2.79m)

Some reduced headroom to front and rear; window to front.


The property sits alongside the B road which runs through the village. There is off road parking for two or three vehicles to the front of the bungalow.

Double gates lead from the road down into the yard to the side of the bungalow and here there is lots of parking and turning space.

From the yard, a bridge crosses the stream and gives access to a further large area of hard standing suitable for parking equipment, lorries etc and also suitable for the erection of further buildings if desired (subject to consent).

To the rear of the bungalow is an enclosed garden with, to one side, a vegetable garden. The gardens are in need of some TLC.

The Outbuildings

To the side of the bungalow, with double gated access from the road is a large yard around which are located a number of corrugated and block buildings including:

a Hay Barn

Implement store 16.45m x 5.5m (54' x 18') split into two plus an attached Stable 3.65m x 3.65m (12' x 12')

Three bay barn: 11.55m x 5.5m (38' x 18') suitable for equipment or livestock, with gates to each section.

From the yard there is access to a further much larger area of hard standing. Here there is a row of 4 or 5, 20' containers in various states of repair and also an old corrugated building. Although this is in poor repair, it could be replaced by a more modern building on its footprint and would be ideal for a stable block.

To one side of this yard, there is a static caravan which has been in place for several years. It is currently unused but perhaps could be replace with a newer version.

The yard is ideal for parking trailers and equipment or perhaps for caravan storage.

The Land

From the yard next to the bungalow, a roadway runs across a bridge and up past two small terraces of land, which have been cleared and could be developed as garden or might suit the placement of poly-tunnels. The road then runs through the second yard and via gated access, into the land. The roadway continues for some distance giving good access.

The lower section of land is flat and dips down to a stream boundary. The current owner has worked to improve this land by thinning trees, clearing boundaries and doing some drainage work.

The remaining land is a mixture of gently sloping and steeply sloping pasture. Again, to one boundary there is a stream. The land is well fenced, the current owner having replaced much of the old fence.


From Carmarthen take the A40 in the direction of Llandeilo. After approx. 4 miles, in the village of Nantgaredig, turm left at the crossroads onto the B4310 signed for Brechfa. Follow this road passing through the small village of Felingwm Isaf. A little way further on, you will drop down into Felingwm Uchaf. The road narrows to become single track with a wall either side of the road. The property is situated on the right just after the walled section of road and is identifiable by the green paintwork.

General Information

Viewings: Strictly via the agents, Houses For Sale in Wales

Services: Mains electricity, mains water, mains drainage, oil-fired heating

Council Tax: Band D, Carmarthenshire County Council

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