- Derelict 3 bedroom detached dwelling
- Set in a secluded location
- Viewing highly recommended
- Potential for ‘One Planet’ development (subject to planning)
- Hill grazing rights included with the sale
- 19 Acres of land
A rare opportunity of acquiring a derelict, 3 bedroom detached farmhouse together with a garage set in approximately 19 acres of land. The property is in a state of disrepair but the site offers tremendous potential for redevelopment subject to obtaining any necessary planning consents.
A rare opportunity of acquiring a derelict, 3 bedroom detached farmhouse together with a garage set in approximately 19 acres of woodland. The property is in a state of disrepair but the site offers tremendous potential for redevelopment subject to obtaining any necessary planning consents.
Located on the outskirts of the Village of Glanamman the property is in a secluded position enjoying views over the Village, yet close to local amenities.
The setting of Cwmgrennig Farm is ideal for purchasers looking for a house together with a parcel of land in its own private setting, but within easy reach of local services.
From Ammanford, take the A474 to Glanamman. On arriving at Glanamman turn right onto ‘Grenig Road’ before taking the second right onto ‘Maesywern Road. When you reach the Rees Richards & Partners for sale board, the driveway to the property will then be on your left hand side. Continue up the track until you arrive at Cwmgrennig Farm. There will be a ‘For Sale’ board located at the property.
Rights of Way etc
The property is sold subject to all existing rights of way, wayleaves and easements (if any).
Hill Grazing Rights
The land benefits from mountain grazing rights. Please contact the office for further details.
Basic Payment Scheme
There are no entitlements included within the sale.
Mains water is available to the property. There is no mains electricity available to the property.
Cwmgrenig Farm house is not registered for Council Tax.
Strictly by appointment with sole agents Rees Richards & Partners. Please contact Christine Davies at Carmarthen Office at 01267 612021.