- 80 Acre Stock Holding
- Extended 3 Bed Farmhouse
- 53 Acres Of Woodland
- 25.5 Acres Grazing Land
- Excellent Outbuildings
- Some Ideal For Conversion
- Totally Private Setting
- 15 Mins From Carmarthen
Property SummarySurely this approx 80 ACRE HOLDING is one of the most CHARMING properties currently on the market. The PRIVATELY set property (quietly situated at the end of its own drive) comprises a TRADITIONAL double fronted UNSPOILT 3 bedroomed farmhouse (with 3 living rooms - one with a Rayburn) and mixed central heating; next to the farmhouse there is a fantastic range of outbuildings including 2 TRADITIONAL STONE AND SLATE BUILDINGS (ideal for conversion to holiday accommodation etc S.T. consent) a 1,233 SQ FT MULTI PURPOSE STORE SHED, 2 traditional zinc clad haysheds etc. The whole property extends in total to approx 80 acres inc approx 53 acres of woodland / scrub, and approx 25.5 acres of good quality clean mowable sloping grazing in 10 enclosures. 10 minutes drive from Carmarthen.
LOCATION & DIRECTIONS
Beautifully and peacefully situated at OS Grid Ref SN 408 263 at the end of a private hardcored drive - within approx 2 miles of the village of Llanpumsaint and approx 10 minutes from the County town of Carmarthen. Llanpumsaint has a primary school, and hairdressers while the Gwili Valley village of Bronwydd is approx 3.5 miles away. Carmarthen is a mere 5 miles from the property and offers a regional hospital, mainline train station, leisure centre, multi-screen cinema and 2 large supermarkets - one of the biggest in Europe. From Carmarthen town centre, take the A484 (heading towards West Wales hospital) as if heading to Newcastle Emlyn. After approx 2 miles, on entering the village of Bronwydd turn right down the hill and proceed past the Gwili Railway and continue for approx 1.75 miles before turning left onto the road to Llanpumsaint. Continue along this road for approx 1 mile and turn left - signposted "Nebo" and proceed for approx 0.75 miles before turning left onto a private drive. This drive continues for approx half a mile and only serves Bettws Farm.
We understand the original property was built around 1860 of traditional stone and slate construction, but we understand was extended in 1984 with a block built extension to provide the following traditional accommodation. FRONT ENTRANCE HALLWAY: with a staircase to the first floor and a door off to the
FRONT SITTING ROOM (4.42 x 2.89)
With an open fireplace in a tradional tiled grate.
FRONT LIVING ROOM (4.36 x 4.31 minimum)
With a Rayburn Rhapsody (coal fired) stove in a traditional tiled grate.
KITCHEN (4.08 x 2.70)
With a terrazzo tiled floor, a range of traditional kitchen units including a stainless steel double drainer sink unit, a range of matching eye level units, cooker kettle and fridge points and picture window to the rear.
DINING ROOM (5.74 x 2.76)
As this houses the Rayburn Royal multifuel stove, this room is effectively the heart of the house. The Rayburn has a back boiler and heats the domestic hot water. Rear door and picture window to the side.
FRONT DOUBLE BEDROOM 1 (4.50 x 4.33)
With a loft access and wall mounted electric night storage heater.
FRONT DOUBLE BEDROOM 2 (4.50 x 3.07)
REAR DOUBLE BEDROOM 3 (5.72 x 2.97)
This room was part of the 1984 extension and is directly above the Dining Room. Picture window to rear.
STUDY / BOXROOM (2.35 x 1.53)
An ideal room for a home office.
BATHROOM (3.30 x 2.93 max)
This room has part tiled walls and is fitted with a blue coloured 3 piece bathroom suite inc a low level WC, a pannelled bath and a pedestal washbasin - and has a large airing cupboard to the side.
The buildings are very conveniently set adjacent to the house and comprise some traditional stone and slate buildings (ideal for conversion subject to consent) and more modern buildings. The range includes: FORMER COWSHED: A traditional stone building measuring 36' 6" x 18' 6" externally - and attached to the farmhouse. Subject to the necessary consent, this building in particular would be ideal to extend into if needed. FORMER DAIRY: Another charming stone and slate building measuring 64' x 20'.
BUILDINGS - CONTINUED
Again, if needed, this building (with its superb view over Cwmdwyfran) would lend itself ideally for conversion to a self contacined ANNEXE or a HOLIDAY HOME - subject to consent. The other buildings include a WORKSHOP: 31' x 19' of concrete blocj and box profile construction. An ATCOST TYPE IMPLEMENT STORE: 51' x 25' of steel framed construction and open at the front. a FORMER SILAGE SHED: 40' x 22'. A HAYSHED: 36' x 18' and a second HAYSHED: 36' X 15'.
We calculated that the property extends in total to approx 74 acres, and comprises approx 47.16 acres of amenity woodland and 25.62 acres of good quality well tended clean grazing. The remaining land comprises the homestead and tracks. Please note that the BOUNDARY PLAN IS FOR IDENTIFICATION PURPOSES ONLY. The plan may have been distorted during copying and has been rotated to fit. We understand that there is a public right of way over a part of the lane and part of the woodland. This right of way does not come near the farmhouse or buildings, and does not cross the grazing land. THERE IS AN EXTRA 45 ACRES OF GRAZING LAND AVAILABLE BY SEPARATE NEGOTIATION IF REQUIRED.
Mains electricity, and water. Private drainage. Part electric and part solid fuel heating. Double glazed windows. We understand from the owners that the property was re-wired in 2012.
GROUND FLOOR PLAN
FIRST FLOOR PLAN