Barnards Hill Farm, Hayscastle, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire

£2,900,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
• Impressive Pembrokeshire Farm

• Extensive range of farm outbuildings

• Detached 4 bedroom farmhouse ripe for renovation

• Farm suitable for dairy/livestock/arable

• Delightful rural setting yet convenient to main road network and local towns

• Productive farmland divided into two blocks

• In all, extending to about 251 acres (stms)

Ground Floor.

Entrance Hall:

With stairs rising to the first floor.

Sitting Room:

7.16m x 3.40m (23' 6" x 11' 2") With a bay window to the fore and a patio door leading to the side.

Kitchen/Dining Room:

7.59m x 2.84m (24' 11" x 9' 4") With a range of fitted cupboards and double aspect windows.

Rear Hallway:

With cloakroom and W.C. off.

Utility Room:

3.66m x 2.54m (12' x 8' 4") With Belfast sink and walk in larder.

Lounge:

4.37m x 3.68m (14' 4" x 12' 1") Enjoying a double aspect and with fireplace providing a focal point.

First Floor.

Landing:

With loft access.

Bedroom 1:

3.63m x 3.28m (11' 11" x 10' 9") With bay window to the fore and built in wardrobes.

Bedroom/Box Room:

2.26m x 2.06m (7' 5" x 6' 9") With window to the fore.

Bedroom 3:

3.53m x 3.10m (11' 7" x 10' 2") With bay window to the fore and built in wardrobes.

Bedroom 4:

3.78m x 3.53m (12' 5" x 11' 7") With double aspect windows to the side and rear.

Bathroom:

With part tiled walls and suite comprising bath, bidet, W.C. and wash basin. Shower cubicle.

The Farm Buildings

Barnards Hill is a useful farm that is suitable as a dairy, livestock or indeed arable farm. Due to a change in farming policy, the milking cows were sold in April 2019 but as the parlour and fittings are still being maintained, the farm is set up as a dairy unit, although the buildings are quite capable of housing suckler cows or store cattle etc. as required. All of the buildings are located around concrete yards that enable ease of livestock management and movement and provide additional storage, with the buildings being separated from the farmhouse by a minor roadway.

The farm buildings are situated within extensive concrete yarding for ease of livestock management and movement together with ancillary storage areas etc and which can be divided to provide feed areas etc as required.

The milking parlour (90’ x 22’6”) is situated within a steel portal framed building within infill block walls and includes a covered collecting yard, race and 16:16 Herringbone Parlour. There is a dairy adjoining with ‘Mueller’ 10,000 litre bulk tank and cake loft over.

Slurry Pit:

90’ x 60’ with a depth of approximately 12’ and shuttered walls.

Feed Shed/Loose Housing:

90’ x 58’ overall. Being a steel portal framed building with rendered infill block walls. This is internally divided into three sections with two feeding barriers and two large water tanks.

Cake Bins: 2 x 18 tonne conveniently placed for filling feeder wagon.

Covered Silage Clamp:

70’ x 35’. Being a steel portal framed building with shuttered walls with lean-to cubicle shed 70’ x 22’ with cubicles for 35 and water tank.

Open Fronted Cattle Shed:

40’ x 45’. Steel frame with silage clamp adjoining 50’ x 30’’.

Covered Silage Clamp:

70’ x 18’ of block plastered walls with lean-to, loose housing 70’ x 24’ and 70’ x 17’ with feed barriers situated in adjoining yards.

Covered Silage Clamp:

being an 'Atcost' building 90’ x 46’ with lean-to extending to 120’ x 28’, housing indoor cattle crush handling facilities and four individual 15’ x 12’ calving bays.

Cubicle Shed:

Being two ‘Atcost’ buildings housing 138 cubicles, 90’ x 64’ and loose housing 90’ x 21’.

Grain Store:

60’ x 28’ with 1 bay lean-to being a steel portal frame and lean-to, loose housing shed 60’ x 22’.

General Purpose Shed:

Being of steel portal frame 75’ x 54’ overall with part used as machinery housing or straw bales and part as loose housing.

Open Fronted Shed:

For straw bales, machinery or loose housing with removable feed barriers available to locate against front, 75’ x 24’ with hard core floor.

Loose Housing/Isolation Box/Calving Box:

46’ x 19’ being steel framed with infill block walls.

Workshop:

Being steel portal frame with rendered block walls 75’ x 36’ with sliding door to the fore and a concrete floor internally.

Old House and Cow Shed:

Being a combination of stone and concrete block walls used as calving cots and general storage with lean to 50’ x 21’ machinery storage.

THE LAND:

All of the land is conveniently located to the farmstead and comprises a parcel of well-managed, productive and level land that extends in total to about 251 acres (stms). All of the land is well fenced and gated with the majority of the fields having access to a suitable water. The farm is divided by the minor roadway and several fields have access off this road and there is also a concreted access lane that provides vehicular access to a substantial block of the land to the south of the farmstead. The land is divided into easily worked enclosures and is a highly regarded productive parcel of grazing or arable land capable for producing heavy crops.

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