- 3 Miles outside Carmarthen Town Centre
- 17 Miles from the M4
- Approximately 53 Acres
- Productive South Facing Pasture
- Extensive Views Overlooking River Towy
A block of accommodation land of approximately 53 acres, the majority of which is productive south facing pasture, with approximately 4.32 acres of Marsh and 8.5 acres of woodland. There are some dilapidated buildings located at the property which include the remains of a detached farmhouse and traditional stone outbuildings.
A block of accommodation land extending to approximately 53 acres, the majority of which is productive south facing pasture, with approximately 4.32 acres of Marsh and 8.5 acres of woodland. There are some dilapidated buildings at the property which include the remains of a detached house and outbuilding of traditional stone. There is also a steel framed Dutch barn and a brick built outbuilding under an asbestos roof. The brick built building is utilised for storage and housing livestock.
The land is well fenced and benefits from access to a natural water supply. The land is utilised for the grazing of livestock and producing silage. The soil type is generally ‘freely draining slightly acid loamy soils’ with some salt marsh to the west of the river Towy according to the Cranfield University Soilscapes map.
Cwm Yr Arian is situated approximately 1 mile south of the rural village of Croesyceiliog in Carmarthenshire. Croesyceiliog itself is approximately 2.5 miles south of Carmarthen town and 3 miles from the A48 being the main highway linking the area to the M4.
The property is accessed via a track off the main road through Croesyceiliog Village.
The land is being sold with vacant possession, forming part of registered title number CYM736129.
We understand that the land benefits from a natural water supply.
Rights of Way, Wayleaves, Easements
The land benefits from a Right of Way to access by foot and vehicle over the track to access the land. We are not aware of any wayleaves or easements on the land.
Basic Payment Scheme
We understand that all of the agricultural land is registered for the Basic Payment Scheme.
All planning related enquires to Carmarthenshire County Council Planning department.
We understand that the former farmhouse is classified as derelict building.
Viewing by appointment only, via the marketing agents Rees Richards & Partners at Carmarthen Office.
01267 612 email@example.com
Please ask for Dylan Williams or Christine Davies.
From Pensarn Roundabout in Carmarthen, take the exit onto the A484 signposted for Llanelli, proceed past Morrisons and Parc Pensarn roundabout and head for Pibwrlwyd. At the Pibwrlwyd roundabout, take the 3rd exit signposted for Croesyceiliog. Proceed on this road for some 1.5 miles by passing Ysgol Bro Myrddin on your left and through the village of Croesyceiliog. Once you have exited the village, proceed up the gentle hill and take the next right-hand turn onto an unclassified no-through-road. The property can be found at the end of the gravel track which extends some 1 mile from the road junction.