Aber Farm, Llangynin, St. Clears, Carmarthen

£1,400,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
170 acre livestock farm, all in a very convenient rural setting within a block of highly productive land.

Including an improvable residence, together with a useful range of modern and traditional buildings that historically were used for dairy purposes.

Viewing is highly recommended.

Ground Floor.

Kitchen:

7.21m x 2.31m (23' 8" x 7' 7") With double aspect windows, fitted base and wall units, stainless steel double drainer sink unit, plumbing for an automatic washing machine and under stairs storage cupboard.

Scullery:

3.66m x 2.31m (12' x 7' 7") With shower cubicle and open beamed ceiling.

Living Room:

4.39m x 4.17m (14' 5" x 13' 8") With window to the fore, oil fired ‘Rayburn’ and store cupboard.

Front Entrance Hall:

With radiator, stairs to the first floor and open beamed ceiling.

Sitting Room:

4.27m x 4.09m (14' x 13' 5") With radiator.

First Floor.

Bedroom 1:

4.24m x 4.14m (13' 11" x 13' 7")

Bathroom:

With radiator, W.C., bath with shower over.

Bedroom 2:

3.86m x 3.48m (12' 8" x 11' 5") With built in store cupboard, tongue and groove clad ceiling.

Bedroom 3:

4.90m x 2.67m (16' 1" x 8' 9") With tongue and groove clad ceiling and window to the rear.

Bedroom 4:

4.22m x 2.34m (13' 10" x 7' 8") With tongue and groove clad ceiling and window the rear.

To the fore of the farmhouse is a small garden area with domestic outbuildings including a Store Shed of stone walls under a slate roof with Garage adjoining.

Front of property

The Buildings:

The farm buildings are typical of a progressive farmstead development, being set around concrete yards in the main for ease of livestock movement and management. In recent years the buildings have been adapted for livestock use, but we feel that the buildings could be reinstated for dairy use if required.

Workshop (56' x 24'6") of block walls under a corrugated iron roof with concrete floor and doors to the front and rear being with Garage adjoining (21'4" x 10'7") of block walls under a corrugated iron roof.

Traditional L-shaped stone range under a slate roof and including a former dairy which houses a 10:20 Herringbone parlour and collecting yard with further calf cots that are now used for storage.

Adjoining the former parlour is a portal frame building with Yorkshire board cladding principally under a corrugated cement fibre roof. This measures 100' x 78' approximately and offers cubicles and loose housing and part has an automatic scraper. There is a further Lean-To cubicle shed of similar construction (55' x 22').

On the opposite side of the yard there are calving pens together with a bull pen and a further Cubicle Shed (90' x 45'). This building is an 'Atcost' style shed, being a former silage clamp and is constructed of reinforced concrete stantions under a corrugated asbestos roof. There is a central feed passage together with automatic scrapers.

Cubicle Shed (60’ x 45’) again being a steel portal framed building under a corrugated asbestos roof and providing cubicles with automatic scrapers

Block wall slurry pit.

Hay Shed (60' x 45') of steel portal frame construction with shuttered walls under a corrugated asbestos roof and with one bay Lean-to following the whole width with further Lean-To (41' x 19') to the side being of similar construction.

THE LAND:

A plan of the farm is attached for identification purposes only.

The farm extends in total to some 170 acres or thereabouts of which over 150 acres maybe considered clean with the remainder being secondary grazing, tracks, farmstead etc.

The land is predominantly level or gently sloping and is all located within easy reach of the farmstead, being divided into useful sized, easily worked enclosures, the majority of which have access to the borehole water supply. Those fields not served by the borehole have access to natural water. The fields are well fenced, gated and ideally suited to a rotation of grazing and cropping and are capable of being grazed by sheep, cattle or dairy cows.

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