Laugharne

£800,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
An opportunity of purchasing a 114 acre former dairy farm with an option for a further 19 acres, located close to the Taf Estuary at Gist Point and Carmarthen Bay. As well as being in a good farming area with early cropping its is also a popular tourist area being so close to the coastline of Pendine famed for its long sandy beach and land speed records, the Historic Township of Laugharne and the nearby Corran Resort and Spa.

A traditional 4 bedroom farmhouse with the benefit of oil central heating and UPVC double glazed windows, in need of upgrading with an adjoining range of stone buildings ideal for conversion (subject to the necessary planning consent)

There is an excellent range of modern buildings all conveniently situated around the farm yard ideally suited for stock rearing or equestrian

The land is flat and laid to pasture, again, all conveniently located and accessed from the homestead with the majority having good road frontage.

LOCATION

Located 3 miles from the Historical Township of Laugharne. Laugharne lies on the estuary of the River Taf , is famous for having been the home of Dylan Thomas and is thought to have been the inspiration for the fictional town of Llareggub in Under Milk Wood. Dylan's former residence, The Boat House and writing shed, are popular tourist attractions in the area. Laugharne is an historical township dating back to the 12th Century with a magnificent medieval castle. Laugharne Corporation is one of the last surviving medieval corporations in the United Kingdom, is presided over by a Portreeve, wearing his traditional chain of gold cockle shells, and is conferred annually. Customs associated with the corporation include the common walk, also known as beating the bounds, which occurs on Whit Monday every 3 years. The township offers a good range of amenities for day to day needs. There is a shop, chemist, doctors surgery, delicatessen, pubs including the famous Browns Hotel, a variety of eating places, a community hall as well as places of worship including the beautiful Church. St Clears is 4 miles where you have excellent road links on to the A40 providing swift access to the County town of Carmarthen and Pembrokeshire to the west with is beautiful coastal towns and villages and 4 miles down the road is Pendine famous for its long sandy beach where numerous land speed records have been broken.

DIRECTIONS

Travel west out of Carmarthen on the A40 for approximately 8 miles and take the slip road off signposted St Clears/Laugharne. Take the A4066, travel through Laugharne, on through Broadway and after a short distance turn left signposted B&B, Hotel etc. Follow this road for approx. 1 mile to the gates of the MOD please use the intercom stating where you are going. Once through the gates carry on to you left and after .7 of a mile turn left onto a tarmac drive and you will shortly see the gated access to Longridge Farm.

THE FARMHOUSE

The accommodation of approximate dimension is arranged as follows:

RECEPTION HALLWAY

UPVC front entrance door, stairs to first floor and radiator. Door off to:

SITTING ROOM

4.13m x 3.39m (13'6 x 11'1 )

Window to front elevation, radiator and feature tiled fireplace

LIVING ROOM

5.45m x 4.22m (17'10 x 13'10 )

Window to front, radiator and tiled fireplace. Door to dining room

DINING ROOM

5.45m x 4.22m (17'10 x 13'10 )

Window to rear, radiator, exterior door to rear, tiled fireplace and airing cupboard. Door to Kitchen

KITCHEN

3.66m x 3.12m (12'0 x 10'2 )

Fitted with wall and base units incorporating a sink unit, electric oven, hob and extractor, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher , breakfast bar, window to rear elevation and door leading back to hallway

BATHROOM

2.73m x 1.83m (8'11 x 6'0 )

Panelled bath, WC and wash hand basin, part tiled, radiator and window to rear.

LANDING

With doors off to:

BEDROOM 1

3.63m max x 5.47m (11'10 max x 17'11 )

Window to front and radiator

BEDROOM 2

3.54m x 3.38m (11'7 x 11'1 )

Window to front and radiator

BEDROOM 3

3.16m x 2.79m (10'4 x 9'1 )

Window to front and radiator

BEDROOM 4

3.51m x 1.99, (11'6 x 6'6 ,)

Window to rear and radiator

EXTERNALLY

Walled and gated forecourt. Rear and side garden with oil tank and oil central heating boiler.

STONE OUTBUILDINGS

A superb range of stone buildings which adjoins the dwelling, Formerly the cowshed and barns ideal for conversion subject to getting planning consent

RANGE 1

5.42n x 2.92m & 8.65m x 5.54m (17'9 n x 9'6 & 28'

Divided into 2 sections

RANGE 2

20m x 5.55 (65'7 x 18'2 )

With an adjoining feed store 5.55m , x 3.74m and former dairy 4.44m x 3.54

Between this building and the house is a garage with metal access doors

CALF SHED

17.06m x 3.69m & 3.82 m x 5.08 (55'11 x 12'1 & 1

With water bowls and a separate calving shed

CUBICLE SEHD

18.20m x 13.53m (59'8 x 44'4 )

With wooden stalls.

CATTLE SHED

4 Bay steel framed

SILAGE SHED

5 bay steel framed

FORMER MILKING PARLOUR AND DAIRY

Bulk tank

CUBICLE SHED

24m x 7.20m (78'8 x 23'7 )

Cubicles for 40 with a collection yard

IMPLEMENT SHED

6 bay steel framed open fronted

2 SLURRY TANKS

THE LAND

Amounts to 114 acres or thereabouts including the homestead with a further 19 acres available by separate negotiation as per the attached schedule of acreage

The land is flat, laid to pasture conveniently situated to the homestead with the majority having good road frontage.

LOT 2

A block of 19 acres located located separately highlighted blue on the attached plan with excellent road frontage to be purchased by separate negotiation

SERVICES

Mains electric. Private and mains water supply. Private drainage. Oil central heating

FLOOR PLANS

Any floor plans provided are intended as a guide to the layout of the property only and dimensions are approximate. NOT TO SCALE

NB

These details are a general guideline for intending purchasers and do not constitute an offer of contracts. BJP have visited the property, but have not surveyed or tested any appliances, services or systems at the property including heating, plumbing, drainage etc. The sellers have checked and approved the details however, purchasers must rely on their own and/or their Surveyors inspections and their solicitors enquiries to determine the overall condition, size and acreage of the property, and also any planning, rights of way, easements or other matters relating to it.

OFFER PROCEDURE

All enquiries and negotiations to BJP Carmarthen Office. We have an obligation to our vendor clients to ensure that all offers made for the property can be substantiated and may in some instances require proof of funds. We will also require 2 forms of identification one being photographic evidence i.e drivers licence and the other a bank/building society statement, utility bill, credit card bill or any other form of ID, issued within the previous three months, providing evidence of residency as the correspondence address.

PLEASE NOTE

Persuant to the Estate agents act we must inform prospective buyers that the vendor of this property is related to a member of staff at BJP marts Ltd

OFFICES

Carmarthen Office 01267 236363 Llandeilo Office 01558 822468 Cross Hands Office 01269 845576 or out of hours number 07789716520

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