Appealing livestock farm extending to 199 acres or thereabouts (a former dairy farm)
Beautifully presented Grade II Listed 3 bedroom farmhouse
Completely renovated 10 years ago
Extensive range of useful livestock buildings
Land benefits from good roadside access
Occupying a pleasant rural setting within some 3 miles or so of the small town of Whitland which has the benefit of a good range of local services and amenities including a variety of shops, primary and secondary schools, doctors surgery, chemist, train station etc. The town of Whitland lies just off the A40 and the farm is considered to be some 15 miles distant from the larger towns of Carmarthen and Haverfordwest which provide a comprehensive range of commercial, educational and recreational facilities. The M4 connection at Pont Abraham is some 20 minutes from the town of Carmarthen. The nearest livestock markets are situated at Whitland and Crymych.
Occupying a pleasant rural setting within some 3 miles or so of the small town of Whitland which has the benefit of a good range of local services and amenities including a variety of shops, primary and secondary schools, doctors surgery, chemist, train station etc. The town of Whitland lies just off the A40 and the farm is considered to be some 15 miles distant from the larger towns of Carmarthen and Haverfordwest which both provide a comprehensive range of commercial, educational and recreational facilities. The M4 connection at Pont Abraham is some 20 minutes from the town of Carmarthen. The nearest livestock markets are situated at Whitland and Crymych.
From the direction of Narberth enter the town of Whitland, turning left by the Co-Op onto North Road, passing the Secondary School. Continue into Cwmfelin Boeth and follow the road for 1.5 miles or so until you reach the farm which is located on the left hand side. Location plan attached.
A former dairy farm, Blaenweneirch is an appealing livestock farm which extends to 199 acres or thereabouts in an area renowned for agricultural productivity being very accessible to the A40 at Whitland. The farm comprises an attractive Grade II Listed farmhouse, built circa 1870's and was completely renovated and extended some 10 years ago and now provides a spacious and very well presented family home affording 2 reception rooms, 2 bathrooms and 3 double bedrooms. Traditionally constructed under a slate roof, the property has retained a wealth of character to include white hardwood sash windows.
An extensive range of modern outbuildings are conveniently located within the homestead providing excellent livestock housing. There is also a traditional stone range situated adjacent to the farmhouse which is now used for storage and houses the former milking parlour and dairy.
The majority of the land is considered to be level to sloping in parts being mainly laid to pasture with approximately 12 acres of scrubland. The 153 acres at Blaenweneirch is equally split either side of a minor road and has the benefit of excellent roadside access. In addition to the land at Blaenweneirch (153 acres or thereabouts), a block of 46 acres or thereabouts lies a mile or so from the main holding and also includes two agricultural buildings and is considered to be a very valuable unit providing additional grazing and cropping land to the main holding.
To fully appreciate what this quality farm has to offer, an early inspection is strongly recommended, Blaenweneirch is described in more detail (approx. Dimensions):
Tiled floor with door to:
Tiled floor with doors to:
Affording a shower cubicle with walk in shower, W.C., and stainless steel heated towel rail. Also affording plumbing for an automatic washing machine, base units, stainless steel sink and drainer unit, tiled floor and a window to the fore.
Overlooking the garden, the focal point of the room is the traditional fireplace which incorporates a wood burning stove, radiator, picture rail and a door leads to the rear hallway.
Affording a range of matching base and wall mounted units with complimentary work surface over incorporating a stainless steel sink and drainer unit, space for a fridge, two windows to the fore and an open beamed ceiling. Oil fired 'Rayburn Royal' which is responsible for heating the hot water system and the radiator in the bathroom, open plan access into:
Character features include an exposed stone wall, window to the rear, feature fireplace in tiled surround, tiled floor and a door leads to:
Boasting an attractive quarry tiled floor, an oak staircase leads to the first floor, valuable under stair storage with original stone slabs and a door leads to the garden.
A staircase leads to the rear of the property which affords:
Generous double room overlooking the garden with radiator and exposed ash floorboards.
Overlooking the garden incorporating exposed ash floorboards and radiator.
Leading to the front of the property with loft access.
Comprising a bath, W.C., wash hand basin, stainless steel heated towel rail also housing the hot water cylinder.
Enjoying a double aspect with radiator and exposed floorboards.
The garden comprises a paved patio which leads to a generous lawned area which incorporates a small pond, greenhouse and a variety of mature shrubs and trees. Adjoining garage which incorporates the oil fired boiler.
An extensive range of farm buildings are conveniently located to the homestead and comprise the following:
Open fronted Livestock Shed 45' x 20' with 5' canopy over head, divided into 3 pens which opens out onto a concrete yard with handling facilities.
Traditional stone range which is currently used for storage and houses the former parlour, dairy and two grain stores.
Of block construction 36' x 20' divided into 3 pens. Livestock housing 40' x 60' and 5' canopy overhead with feed barriers to the fore, divided into both cubicle housing for 32 head and loose housing.
Hay Shed/Storage 60' x 30' with an area of hard standing for silage bales seen to the rear.
Earth bank Slurry Pit with weeping wall and dirty water collection below.
80' x 80' approx. (24.38m x 24.38m approx). Incorporating a feed passage, cubicles for 80 head with mattresses which opens onto a concrete yard.
Directly behind this building is the silage clamp which measures 90' x 45' with 30' apron and a concrete pathway leads back to the outbuildings.
Extending to 153 acres or thereabouts, situated within a block of highly productive land which is divided by a minor road which provides excellent access to both the grazing and silaging fields. It is clear that the farm is in good heart being well fenced, watered and gated.
There are some steeper banks ideally suited for grazing and there is a quarry within the 12 acres of scrubland and there are 3 wildlife ponds.
For plans of the land please contact Narberth Office or email:
Included within the sale of the farm is a block of off lying land (1 mile from the main holding) and outbuildings which extends to 46 acres or thereabouts of which 40 acres is considered productive pasture. Outbuildings include a 40' x 20' cattle shed and an additional 90' x 35' livestock shed currently used for machinery storage with a 90' x 25' lean-to which comprises 29 portable cubicles and feed passage.
Slurry pit and hard standing for silage bales. Please note that the lane to the land and buildings is owned by the vendors of Blaenweneirch.
Mains electricity connected, mains and private water supply together with private drainage (septic tank). Oil fired central heating system (boiler situated in the garage).
Freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Legal adviser to confirm.
Carmarthenshire County Council, County Hall, Carmarthen.
Band D, Annual Charge 2019/2020 £1,392 (online enquiry only).
Please note that the Vendors would consider offers for Blaenweneirch Farm only (not to include the land at Penlan).
N.B. Entitlements will be made available to the Purchaser by separate negotiation.
A very appealing livestock farm extending to 199 acres in total including an off lying block of land and outbuildings being ideally suited for livestock production. Affording an attractive Grade II Listed residence, excellent array of farm buildings designed for cattle housing and a useful block of land which is in good heart. To fully appreciate what this holding has to offer an early inspection is highly recommended.