Capel Dewi Road, Carmarthen
- 14.61 acre small holding
- Period 5-bedroom detached farmhouse
- Traditional stone outbuildings suitable for conversion (s.t.p.c)
- Modern buildings to include two Dutch barns
- 12.48 acres contained within two fields
- Touring caravan park with 14 electric hook-ups providing annual income
- Additional land available by separate negotiation
- Semi-rural location on outskirts of Llangunnor
- 1 mile to A40 and Carmarthen
A most conveniently situated 14.61 acre small holding set in a semi-rural location on the outskirts of the village of Llangunnor and within a mile of the A40 dual carriageway and the market town of Carmarthen, comprising a 5-bedroom period farmhouse dating back to the 1800's set in a courtyard setting of traditional stone outbuildings suitable for conversion (s.t.p.c) and modern outbuildings, touring caravan park with 14 electric hook up points providing an annual income and approx 12.48 acres of gently sloping clean pasture suitable for mowing and a small area of rushes.
The farmhouse dates back to the 1800's and is of a traditional stone construction under a pitched slate roof with a two storey rear extension completed in the 1970's of a modern cavity construction under a fibreglass flat roof replaced some 15 years ago. The farmhouse has benefitted from recently upgraded uPVC double glazing windows and doors throughout and two replacement chimneys on the roof.
Door into entrance hall with stairs to first floor. Door into Living Room and Sitting Room. Door to under stairs storage cupboard. Carpet flooring.
5.28m x 4.51m (17' 4" x 14' 10")
Electric fireplace, window to front, 3x radiators. Carpet flooring.
4.1m x 4.72m (13' 5" x 15' 6")
Electric fireplace, window to front, 2x radiators. Serving hatch to Kitchen. Carpet flooring.
Rear Entrance Hall
Door to rear garden. Door into Kitchen - Diner and Utility Room. Tiled floor.
4.66m x 3.27m (15' 3" x 10' 9")
Base and wall kitchen units, electric cooker and hob, with stainless steel sink, window to rear and side, radiator. Linoleum flooring.
5.33m x 3.37m (17' 6" x 11' 1")
Window to rear, radiator, plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Linoleum flooring.
1.8m x 1.8m (5' 11" x 5' 11")
W.C, window to rear, wash hand basin, towel rail. Laminate flooring.
4.73m x 4.28m (15' 6" x 14' 1")
Window to front, radiator. Carpet flooring.
3.45m x 3.03m (11' 4" x 9' 11")
Window to front, built in cupboard, radiator. Carpet floor. Access to attic.
3.35m x 3.47m (11' 0" x 11' 5")
Window to front, built in cupboard, radiator. Carpet flooring.
1.19m x 1.89m (3' 11" x 6' 2")
Shower enclosure, window to side, extractor fan.
0.88m x 2.3m (2' 11" x 7' 7")
W.C, radiator, window to side.
Large Walk-in Airing Cupboard
A large airing cupboard housing the hot water tank and extensive shelving units. Immersion heater socket.
1.6m x 2.28m (5' 3" x 7' 6")
Bath tub, wash hand basin, window to rear, radiator.
3.6m x 3.9m (11' 10" x 12' 10")
Window to rear, wash hand basin, radiator. Carpet flooring.
5.4m x 3.5m (17' 9" x 11' 6")
Window to rear and side, wash hand basin, radiator. Carpet flooring.
The farmhouse benefits from a gravel area to the fore with parking for several vehicles along with a rear lawn garden and greenhouse set within an enclosed established evergreen and beech hedgerows.
6.4m x 4.86m (21' 0" x 15' 11")
Adjoining the Farmhouse is a garage/store of a traditional stone construction housing an oil fired boiler and oil tank with capacity of 2954L (650 gals) serving the central heating of the farmhouse.
The courtyard comprises several traditional stone outbuildings to include former cart house, cow shed and dairy suitable for conversion subject to the necessary planning consents, along with a modern farm building to include Dutch Barns and lean-to's, currently being used for storage purposes.
L-shaped Former Cow Shed
Traditional stone building under a pitched slate roof divided into two parts, being 4.26m x 12.32m (14' 0" x 40' 5") , along with modern block built element under a pitched corrugated roof of 5.49m x 9.06m (18' 0" x 29' 9").
Former Dairy Building
2.15m x 3.19m (7' 1" x 10' 6")
Traditional stone building under pitched roof used for storage purposes.
4-Bay Dutch Barn and Leant-to rear of Former Dairy Building
A Dutch Barn and attached Lean-to used for storage of machinery and implements with part hardcore and part concrete floor.
Former Cart House
8.83m x 3.4m (29' 0" x 11' 2")
Traditional stone building under a pitched roof used for storage purposes.
3.61m x 4.14m (11' 10" x 13' 7")
Traditional stone building under a pitched slate roof used for storage purposes with dilapidated rear lean-to.
Former Grain Store
Traditional brick built building under a pitched roof used for storage purposes.
Modern Former Dairy and Milking Parlour Building
4.4m x 6.4m (14' 5" x 21' 0")
A former dairy and machine room now used for storage purposes.
With rear former abreast milking parlour now utilised for storage and housing a shower room (not in current use) by the touring caravan park, measuring 5.4m x 0.53m (17' 9" x 1' 9")
Attached WC to Rear
A cloakroom to the rear of the former modern milking parlour building housing WC and wash hand basin for the use of the touring caravan guests.
4 Bay Dutch Barn and Lean-to
Now used for storage of caravans/machinery.
Dilapidated Former Cubicle Building Lean-to
A dilapidated former cubicle building with no roof and not in use. Scope to be brought back into use.
Pant Farm Touring Caravan Park
To the rear of the farmhouse and benefitting from it's own separate entrance is Pant Farm Touring Caravan Park which benefits from 30 pitches, 14 of which benefit from electric hook ups with mains water connections. The guests also have the use of the WC outhouse which adjoins the former modern milking parlour building.
We have been advised that there is a licence for the caravan park dated in perpetuity from 1978.
We understand that the touring park has generated a steady income over a number of years but has not been run since the Covid-19 pandemic due to personal circumstances. There is scope to further expand and increase the income generated through improving the facilities and services at the site.
The property is set within 14. 61 acres in total, 12.48 acres of which is gently sloping pastureland with small area of rushes contained within two stock proof enclosures surrounding the farmstead, south of the B4300 (Capel Dewi Road).
The land is accessed from Pant courtyard itself and there is also a gated access point off the B4300 highway.
We have been advised that Pant Farmhouse benefits from mains water (metered), mains electricity, oil central heating to radiators via boiler in garage (recently serviced) and private drainage via cesspit in rear garden.
We have been advised that Pant Farmyard and Land benefit from mains water (metered) and mains electricity connections.
None of the services have been tested.
Rights of Way, Wayleave and Easements
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights, including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water, and electricity supplies and any other rights and obligations, easements and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains and water, gas and other pipes, whether referenced or not.
We have been advised that a mains sewer transverses the land.
We have been advised that there is an area of Japanese Knotweed adjoining the byway and rear of the touring caravan park. We have been advised that there is a 10-year treatment plan in place with a knotweed management company with an insurance back guarantee, with regular treatment and monitoring being undertaken.
Council Tax Band
We understand that the property is within Council Tax Band E charges of £2,036.35 for the year 2021/22.
Energy Performance Certificate
Pant Farmhouse benefits from an EPC Rating F (38).
Plans and Maps
The land can be identified by the attached aerial plan outlined in Red with X identifying field access points.
The land can also be identified by the attached lotting plan outlined in Red (Lot 1).
Further land is available by separate negotiation, please see lotting plan.
All plans and maps are for identification and reference purposes only.
Any planning related enquiries please contact the Planning Department at Carmarthenshire County Council.
Please contact Carmarthen office for further information.
Strictly by appointment by sole agents Rees Richards & Partners.
Please contact Carmarthen Office 01267 612 021 or email email@example.com for further information.