Bush Farm, Rhosfach, Clynderwen, Pembrokeshire

£425,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
• An appealing residential smallholding in a pleasant rural setting in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Countryside and within easy reach of the upland areas of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

• A deceptively spacious well-appointed farmhouse

• An extensive range of readily adaptable building suitable for a variety of uses.

• A productive parcel of land extending to 10.5 acres or thereabouts with an option of further adjoining land and buildings available to the purchaser.

• N.B. 42 Acres and a range of agricultural buildings nearby are available as Lot 2.

Ground Floor

Rear Hall:

With half glazed entrance door with window to side, doors off to:

Utility Room:

2.29m x 2.16m (7' 6" x 7' 1") with window to rear, ceramic tiled floor, double power point, base unit with stainless steel single bowl drainer sink unit, cooker point, storage heater, electric fuse boxes, textured ceiling and door off to:

Cloakroom:

2.29m x 1.78m (7' 6" x 5' 10") with opaque window to rear, electric heated towel rail (chrome effect); base unit with space for appliances, disabled WC, double power point and single power point. Plumbing (i.e. drain & water connection) is available for the installation of an electric shower (the purchaser would need to install the shower cubicle and tray).

Kitchen/Breakfast Room:

7.82m x 2.39m (25' 8" x 7' 10") With window to side & rear, ceramic tiled floor. Oil fired 'Aga' (for hot water and cooking) set in tiled inglenook area, telephone point, fitted range of base and wall units, dresser type unit with upper section of china cabinet with leaded glazed inserts, 5 double power points, single power point, further double power point concealed within fitted corner cupboard by the 'Aga', stainless steel single bowl and drainer sink unit, textured ceiling. Good views over land towards Preseli Mountain’s & beyond. Door into:

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

Lounge:

4.60m x 3.84m (15' 1" x 12' 7") With opaque half glazed front door, window to fore, timber surround and mantle fireplace with marble hearth and slate tile insert and with 'Efel' 5kw oil fired room heater connected; 3 double power points; TV point, coved and textured ceiling and small under stairs cupboard. Doors from Lounge to staircase and off to:

Sitting Room/Office/Bedroom 4:

3.78m x 2.84m (12' 5" x 9' 4") With window to fore, 3 double power points, coved and textured ceiling.

First Floor

Landing:

With window to rear, textured ceiling and doors off to:

Bedroom 1:

3.94m x 2.84m (12' 11" x 9' 4") with window to rear, 3 double power points, fitted corner wall cupboard, storage heater. CCTV connected to the calving pens.

Bathroom:

3.18m x 2.49m (10' 5" x 8' 2") With pedestal hand wash basin, WC, shower cubicle with electric unit, glazed door and tiled walls, tiled splashback area with shower point and light, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder with immersion heater fitted.

Bedroom 2:

3.71m x 3.12m (12' 2" x 10' 3") With window to fore, storage heater, 2 double power points, textured ceiling and telephone/internet point.

Bedroom 3:

4.29m x 2.29m (14' 1" x 7' 6") With 2 windows to fore, storage heater, tongue and groove panelled walls, textured ceiling, 2 double power points and built in bookshelf.

EXTERNALLY:

To the fore of the house there is an enclosed patio are together with an attractive small lawn with flower and shrub borders. The house is set slightly away from the farm buildings.

OUTBUILDINGS:

The Outbuildings comprises of the following (all measurements are approximate):

60’ x 15’ Brick cavity wall former Cowshed/Barn Room/Garage with Loft over used for Grain Storage and to the rear adjoining 60’ x 20’ lean-to small animal Housing Shed with concrete floor and set within that is a timber insulated room, which houses the private water supply’s holding tank, which is fed from an externally located 10m deep well with submersible pump with float. This supply feeds the outbuildings. Further galvanised framed Adoption/Bull Pen.

Adjoining on one end to the brick range is a 45’ x 20’ timber pole and corrugated iron roof Lean-to Loose Housing Shed and connecting on to a 45’ x 22’ further Lean-to and 45’ x 18’ Dutch Barn with internally built Calving Box. Further adjoining (approx. 3 years old) 45’ x 33’ Lean-to with 5 calving pens with sheeted gates/divisions and hay racks/mangers and CCTV cameras connected to this area for case of night time management.

To the rear of this range is a 140’ approx x 20’ Lean-To comprising of 70’ long loose housing area with calving pen with caesarean gate and further loose housing area with creep feed area with block built trough with dividing door and loft area above for straw storage and distribution.

Further adjoining 66’ x 60’ Shed (2008) with U shaped layout of 40 'European Cubicles' with mattresses and loafing area with U shaped feed barriers. Straw loft area. Further adjoining 75’ x 20’ (2012) Lean-To with 12 portable cubicles (optionally available by negotiation) with concrete trough on one side and loafing area.

Concrete Yard:

Concrete Yard area with block walls and portable barriers to enclose the area. 75’ x 18’ Dutch Barn Silo now used for manure/slurry storage and adjoining 75’ x 24’ Lean-To for Loose Housing/Machinery Storage.

Large Hardcore area used for storage of silage bales (up to 800 can be stored on a 3 tier basis). Iron security gate at bottom of yard, giving access out to bounding Common Land area which divides away the neighbouring owned Plashoodig (see separate property details).

80’ x 40’ galvanised steel framed with part concrete and part earth floor Workshop/Machinery Store Shed with 2 separate roller doors, steel staircase up to balcony and access off to individual store room suited as

office/part time living quarters with 2 double glazed windows to fore and rear. (The shelving and racks in the workshop are available by separate negotiation).

Adjoining Lean-To 18’ x 10’ vehicle parking area.

Block built former Cowshed 45’ x 20’ now used as Garage/Workshop and further 45’ x 20’ Lean-to Workshop (which bounds with the 80’ x 40’ shed). Further lean-to car port. Original stone Cowshed 40’ x 18’- part with original stalls and balance used as paint retail area.

N.B.The buildings comprise a range of well maintained farm buildings that we feel have potential for a variety of uses subject to planning, and requiring personal inspection in order to be fully appreciated.

THE LAND:

The property stands in its own land which extends to 10.5 acres or thereabouts which is all clean level to gently sloping pasture fields and is ideally suited to equestrian or smallholding use. A plan of the land is attached with the land included in the sale is edged blue. tThe vendors would consider offers without the land. Also included are grazing rights on Llangolman Common.

For purchasers looking for additional land, an adjoining parcel of 42 acres with further buildings is available as Lot 2 and is edged red on the plan.

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