Farm for sale in Tregaron, Lampeter, Tregaron SY25

£675,000
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Property features

  • ***A beautifully positioned country farm of £120 acres or thereabouts.***
  • *** Set amongst breathtaking scenery in the Upper Teifi Valley in Cwmberwyn.***
  • *** The property comprises of a barn conversion offering character, currently 2 bedroomed accommodation.***
  • ***Healthy prolific valley pastures, improvable grazing, woodland pockets.***
  • *** EPC Rating G ***

Property description

***A beautifully positioned country farm of 120 acres or thereabouts.*** Set amongst breathtaking scenery in the Upper Teifi Valley in Cwmberwyn.***Having been held in the same family for several generations.*** The farm is now offered for sale on a Freehold vacant possession basis.*** The property comprises of a barn conversion offering character, currently 2 bedroomed accommodation.*** Plus having the benefit of a former agricultural building plot now expired.*** A range of useful general purpose far buildings including a large stone range that would be converted to provide holiday/studio accommodation.***Healthy prolific valley pastures, improvable grazing, woodland pockets and the whole combining to provide a unique and exciting agricultural/agri business/conservation or silvicultural opportunity.***In all some 120 acres (48.54 ha) or thereabouts.***

Proceed from main Square at Tregaron South passing the Talbot Hotel on the Square and taking the Mountain Road for Abergwesyn. Pass the main car park on the right. Continue out of Tregaron keeping on this road for about a mile. Don't turn off left or turn right but keep driving up the hill. Drive past the entrance to Llwyngaru House on the left and keep going up the hill passing an old Chapel on the right. The land levels off at the top of the hill and just before dropping down there is a new farm entrance on the left taking you to Llwyngaru Farm.


Location


Tregaron is a delightfully positioned small market town in the Upper Reaches of the Teifi Valley, 11 miles North of Lampeter and some 18 miles South of the University town and coastal resort and administrative centre of Aberystwyth on the Cardigan Bay. The property is located just 2 miles from the market town of Tregaron in Cwmberwyn an area of outstanding natural beauty and set off the Abergwesyn Mountain Road.


General remarks


The placing of Llwyngaru on the open market provides prospective purchasers with an opportunity of acquiring a beautifully situated small family type farming unit which is currently geared to stock rearing but has considerable potential for alternative uses set close to the market town of Tregaron approximately 2 miles away. The property is located in the Cwmberwyn Valley amongst the foothills of the Cambrian Mountains and adjacent to the mountain pass that proceeds over the North Carmarthenshire and East Ceredigion Hills to Breconshire, Powys, (Abergwesyn). The farm was developed and originally was larger in size and this parcel of land became the mother holding at Llwyngaru with a charming stone and slate Coach House/Barn conversion which was carried out in the early 1990's. The property provides a charming residence which although currently only providing two bedrooms is beautifully situated amongst the breathtaking scenery of the area. The farm itself extends currently to circa 120 acres thereabouts with level low lying meadows which have not been intensively farmed in recent times and are capable of being utilised for alternative farming methods or a low input/low output type enterprise. Pockets of rough grazing now lie close to the river Afon Berwyn which would be ideal for creation of conservation areas, woodland planting and for agri environment schemes further details of which are available on the Welsh Government/natural resources Wales website. In addition there is a good useful range of farm buildings some of which are geared to the livestock enterprise but others that have diversification potential such as conversion to holiday/studio/ barn type accommodation for visitors if applicable and subject to consents being obtained. Further details on alternative uses are available from the Local Authority, Ceredigion County Council Tel:


The residence


A charming barn conversion of stone and slate construction with UPVC double glazing, oil fired central heating and lpg cooking and heating available. Converted in the early 1990's and providing charming accommodation dividing as:-


Ground floor

utility room


8' 6" x 5' 8" (2.59m x 1.73m) Side entrance door to Utility room. Ceramic tiled floor, Belfast sink with hot and cold. Worcester freestanding oil fired central heating boiler running domestic systems. Plumbing and space for automatic washing machine.


Store room/workshop off


8' 6" x 5' 4" (2.59m x 1.63m) with radiator and ceramic tiled floor.


Ground floor shower room


With low level flush w.c., wash hand basin, tiled shower cubicle with electric shower unit. Tiled floor.


Farmhouse kitchen/diner


14' 1" x 15' 0" (4.29m x 4.57m) with fitted oak floor and wall cupboards, quarry tiled floor, single drainer sink unit, cooker space, extractor fan, rear entry door. Separate fridge space, double panelled radiator, telephone point.


Living room


28' 10" x 15' 4" (8.79m x 4.67m) Attractive living room in open plan, vaulted ceiling with tongue and groove. Sliding patio door to front. Rear courtesy door to rear cottage garden. 3 radiators. German style lpg stove on raised Welsh slate hearth.

Inner landing.
Internal staircase to landing in open plan overlooking living room. Inner landing provides access to:-


Bathroom


10' 9" x 5' 0" (3.28m x 1.52m) with panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, double panelled radiator, low level flush w.c., pull light switch.

Bedroom 2
12' 8" x 6' 6" (3.86m x 1.98m) with radiator and built-in wardrobe.


Principal bedroom


13' 4" x 12' 3" (4.06m x 3.73m) with built-in wardrobe, separate built of range of mirror fronted wardrobes along one wall. Double panelled radiator separate built-in airing cupboard with copper cylinder and electric immersion heater. High level storage cupboard with water tanks.


Externally


The property has its own gated gravel drive which is well surfaced and in good order. This approaches the farmyard which has two access points with the house divided away from the main farm yard so as not to detract from the residential qualities of the holding.

Adjacent to the top yard is a range of sheep handling pens and sheep dip with sorting gates and holding areas.


Dutch barn


45' 0" x 18' 0" (13.72m x 5.49m) Steel and corrugated iron with


Lean-to loose boxes


45' 0" x 19' 0" (13.72m x 5.79m) and Poultry run enclosed.


The bottom yard


The bottom yard comprises a further hard based access yard with its own gated entrance off the driveway and this comprises of a range of farm buildings which is divided as cattle shed.


Cattle shed


105' 9" x 20' 0" (32.23m x 6.10m) in depth divided into various loose boxes.


Further lean-to shed


75' 0" x 24' 3" (22.86m x 7.39m) with fitted manger and a


Lean-to lambing/sheep shed


46' 0" x 22' 4" (14.02m x 6.81m)


Sheep pens

substantial stone and slate range


72' 0" x 18' 0" (21.95m x 5.49m) overall being a former Cow Shed with internal pens, still connected. Brick Lean-to and former dairy and having a dilapidated lean-to garage and further dilapidated Lean-to calves cots at rear .


The land


A particular feature of LLwyngaru is the 120 acres in total extent comprising of low lying River meadows, some of which have sustained a low input, low output farming system and is thus ripe for conservation/leisure development. The property is intersected and part boarded by the Afon Berwyn on which there is trout fishing and provides a delightful haven for wildlife and conservation. This is a farm that has been in the same family for several generations and is now offered for sale on a freehold vacant possession basis. The mature trees, hedgerows, pastures and setting combine to make this an offering to the market that is truly unique and in the agent's opinion an opportunity that should not be missed.

The setting with the backdrop of the Cambrian Mountains and environment in which the holding is arranged can be considered to be one of the most delightful in this part of central Wales.


Top land

paddocks

views along cwmberwyn

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