- 36.5 Acre Holding
- Attractive country property
- Diversely appealing
- Established plant Nursery
- Character 5 bed Farmhouse
- Oil Fired central heating
- Useful buildings
- Level pasture
- Must be viewed
- Close to Aberystwyth
Property SummaryA Delightfully situated country property/small farm of approx 36.5 acres being diversely appealing with a characterful detached farmhouse and attractive grounds, useful outbuildings for livestock, established plant nursery and mainly level pasture land. Previously a dairy farm and now an organic beef and sheep holding.
The placing of Cwmclyd on the market provides the opportunity of purchasing a diversely appealing holding high in residential value with a characterful and comfortable farmhouse with the benefit of oil fired central heating. The property is complimented by a range of mainly modern outbuildings being a former dairy farm with a useful umbrella building providing livestock housing although would make an ideal stables or storage building/workshop. The land which is mainly level and is mainly pasture and is bordered to both sides by a wooded valley having streams with feature waterfall being a particular attraction.
The property is also home to a successful plant nursery and has been for many years operated by the vendors making this a superb lifestyle purchase for the range of income sources/diverse uses that could be made.
This property is a rare opportunity and should be inspected at an early juncture and is only being offered for sale due to retirement of the existing owners who have lived there since 1973.
The property is attractively positioned on a secluded, yet not remote location in the rural community of Rhos y Garth, away form any immediate neighbours and in a popular location close to the villages of Lledrod and Llanilar (with primary school and doctors surgery) and within easy driving distance of the bustling university town and coastal resort of Aberystwyth on the West Wales coastline being the administrative centre for Mid/West Wales with hospital, train station and a good a selection of national and local independent retailers.
From Aberystwyth take the A485 Tregaron road, continuing through the village of Llanilar and on to Rhos y Garth. Go over the top of the hill and turn right for Llangwyryfon. After 1/4 mile turn right at the Cross roads and the property is then 4th on the right, with the name at the top of the driveway
An appealing farm house of solid stone construction with a slated roof (having been re-roofed with the roof of a former church nearby) the farmhouse provides characterful and spacious accommodation and affords more particularly the following:
Leading to hallway with tiled floor.
with plumbing and space for washing machine, single drainer sink unit.
Kitchen (4.27m x 3.76m)
An attractive, light room benefiting from double aspect windows and with attractive views with range of fitted units at base and wall level having sink unit, fitted oven and hob, rear stable door.
With oil fired central heating boiler.
Inner hallway/Office area (7.72m x 2.18m)
An attractive room with beamed ceiling.
Dining Room/Snug (4.67m x 2.24m)
With beamed ceiling.
Living room (4.70m x 4.11m)
Having inglenook fireplace, with wood burning stove inset, beamed ceiling and 2 radiators.
Bath, wash basin, toilet, shower cubicle, radiator.
Bedroom 1 (4.27m x 3.78m)
Bedroom 2 (4.04m x 2.29m)
Plus fitted wardrobes, radiator.
Bedroom 3 (4.60m x 4.67m)
Radiator, fitted wardrobes.
Bedroom 4 (4.29m x 1.60m)
Bedroom 5 (4.50m x 2.26m)
The property is approached by a private hard based drive leading to a courtyard with ample parking.
A particular attraction of this property are its attractive gardens and grounds with a wealth of flowers and shrubs and having been used as a plant nursery with several greenhouses (some heated). There is scope for the continuation of this business.
Greenhouses and polytunnels
The property is complimented by a useful range of outbuildings.
Portal framed building (22.86m x 18.29m)
Currently being used as loose housing for livestock and also suitable for stabling.
Former dairy buildings
With dairy parlour and stone and slate barn.
Further barn with cubicles for 36 cows.
2 further stone barns unfortunately with no roofs currently.
The land is located mainly off the homestead and access lane is contained in good sized enclosures being well fenced and laid to pasture, being wetter in some parts. In all we are informed 36.5 acres or thereabouts. The property is bisected by a public footpath.
The property benefits from mains electricity, mains water, private drainage, oil fired central heating.