Llannon, Llanelli

£1,200,000
  • Ref: 27708018
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Rees Richards Property Types: Residential Property, Rural Property
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Property Features

  • Conveniently situated 107.15 acre former dairy farm
  • Well-presented 3-bedroom detached farmhouse
  • A range of traditional stone outbuildings and modern farm buildings
  • Excellent equestrian facilities to include 13 stables and all weather manege
  • Gently sloping south - east facing pastureland with area of improvable ground
  • Excellent access and frontage onto A476 highway (Llanelli to Cross Hands road)
  • 5 miles equidistance between the town of Llanelli and large village of Cross Hands

Property Summary

A conveniently situated 107 acre south - east facing former dairy farm positioned on the periphery of popular village of Llannon, to include a well-presented 3-bedroom detached farmhouse, a range of traditional stone outbuildings with conversion potential (s.t.p.c), established DIY livery yard with excellent equestrian facilities, modern farm and general purpose buildings and gently sloping pasture with improvable grazing areas.  

Full Details

Overview
Penderiwell Farm is a conveniently situated 107 acre former dairy farm positioned on the periphery of popular village of Llannon, with excellent access off A476 highway. The farm includes a well-presented 3-bedroom detached farmhouse with a range of traditional stone outbuildings with conversion potential (s.t.p.c). An established DIY livery yard with excellent equestrian facilities to include 13 loose boxes and 20 x 40 all-weather mange generates a healthy income stream, in addition to a range of modern farm and general purposes buildings, with predominantly south - east facing gently sloping pastureland and improvable grazing areas.

Situation
The farm is accessed directly off the A476 highway (Llanelli to Cross Hands road), via a tarmacadam lane, situated in the heart of the Carmarthenshire countryside, a mile or so south of the popular village of Llannon, which provides a range of local amenities. The property also lies 5 miles equidistance between the town of Llanelli, to the south, and the large village of Cross Hands, to the north, both centres provide an excellent range of services and amenities. The property is also within easy reach of the M4 corridor, with both Junctions 48 and 49 being within 5 miles equidistance.

Farmhouse

Ground Floor

Utility Room
2.15m x 4.17m (7' 1" x 13' 8")
Base units with sink. Plumbing for washing machine. Door to side and window to rear. Attic hatch.

Shower Room
1.49m x 2.15m (4' 11" x 7' 1")
Shower cubicle. WC. Window to side.

Kitchen
2.29m x 3.62m (7' 6" x 11' 11")
Base and wall units with sink. Electric oven and hob with extractor hood above. Plumbing for dishwasher.

Pantry
0.90m x 1.81m (2' 11" x 5' 11")
Under stairs cupboard / pantry. Oil fired boiler.

Dining Area
4.51m x 2.77m (14' 10" x 9' 1")
Oil fired Rayburn utilised for cooking and providing hot water. Window to rear.

Lounge
3.61m x 3.04m (11' 10" x 10' 0")
Fireplace with log burning stove with slate hearth. Window to front.

Front Entrance Hall
Door to front. Stairs to first floor.

Sitting Room
2.98m x 3.65m (9' 9" x 12' 0")
Fireplace with electric fire. Window to front.

First Floor

Landing
Window to side.

Bedroom 1
5.24m x 2.20m (17' 2" x 7' 3")
Window to front.

Bedroom 2
4.02m x 2.34m (13' 2" x 7' 8")
Window to front.

Bedroom 3
4.05m x 3.02m (13' 3" x 9' 11")
Window to rear.

Family Bathroom
2.36m x 4.28m (7' 9" x 14' 1")
Bath tub with shower over. WC. Wash hand basin. Airing cupboard with hot water tank and immersion heater.

EXTERNALLY

Grounds & Gardens
The farmhouse benefits from a rear courtyard area with paths leading around to the front and side lawn garden, with tiered area and seating areas, in addition to a outhouse and oil tank, all contained within a stone and block walled boundary.

Outbuildings

Traditional Stone - Former Cowshed & Hayloft
80' 0" x 20' 0" (24.38m x 6.10m)
Divided into 4 enclosures and utilised for general storage purposes with block built carport .

Rear Piggery
9.09m x 5.35m (29' 10" x 17' 7")

Tack Room
Timber framed building with 10 individual secure tack boxes.

Manege
20m x 40m all weather menage with rubber and carpet fibre base.

Modern Stables Building
45' 0" x 30' 0" (13.72m x 9.14m)
Steel framed with concrete block and box profile elevations under fibre cement roof.
Two 15ft x 10ft loose box and one 12ft x 12ft.

Modern General Purpose Building
40' 0" x 20' 0" (12.19m x 6.10m)
Steel framed with concrete block and Yorkshire boarding elevations under a fibre cement roof.
Utilised as feed store and stores.

Modern Stables Building 2
40' 0" x 90' 0" (12.19m x 27.43m)
Steel framed with concrete block and box profile elevations under fibre cement roof. Roller shutter door.
Eleven 12ft x 12ft loose boxes and one 10ft x 12ft.

Modern Workshop Building
60' 0" x 30' 0" (18.29m x 9.14m)
Steel framed with concrete block and box profile elevations under fibre cement roof. Roller shutter door to front.

Handling facility
Fixed livestock handling facility with yoke gate frame and race.

Silage Clamp
Concrete walled and floor lined.

Former Silo Atcost Building
60' 0" x 40' 0" (18.29m x 12.19m)
Utilised for general storage purposes.

Livestock Housing
70' 0" x 20' 0" (21.34m x 6.10m)
Timber and steel stanchions under corrugated sheeted roof with cow stalls and cubicles.

Former Atcost Cubicle Housing
60' 0" x 65' 0" (18.29m x 19.81m)

Atcost Livestock Building with lean-to
50' 0" x 35' 0" (15.24m x 10.67m) and 30' 0" x 7' 0" (9.14m x 2.13m)
Isolation and bull pen.

General Purpose Shed
20' 0" x 30' 0" (6.10m x 9.14m)

Former Dairy
3.00m x 4.38m (9' 10" x 14' 4")

Traditional Stone Building
4.33m x 13.38m (14' 2" x 43' 11")
Divided into three pens/enclosures.

Adjoining Store
4.38m x 3.68m (14' 4" x 12' 1")

Former Food Processing Unit / Cold Stores
8.26m x 1.82m (27' 1" x 6' 0")

Former Herringbone Parlour & Collecting Yard
60' 0" x 20' 0" (18.29m x 6.10m)
Solar panels above.

Former Modern Dairy
4.94m x 5.41m (16' 2" x 17' 9")
Below Parlour. Ladder up to Parlour.

Farm Office
2.76m x 2.74m (9' 1" x 9' 0")

Engine Room
2.89m x 2.90m (9' 6" x 9' 6")

Land

Land
The farmland amounts to 105.41 acres. (42.66 hectares) being laid to permanent pasture suitable for grazing and cutting purposes, with areas of improvable grazing. The land is predominantly gently sloping in nature, with areas of sloping ground, all being south easterly facing and contained within easy to manage enclosures, with strategically placed water troughs. The land is classified Grade 3b and freely draining slightly acid loamy soils, with a small area of slowly permeable seasonally wet acid loamy and clayey soils.

Schedule of Area
OS NO - AC - HA
8239 - 2.40 - 0.97
9030 - 6.25 - 2.53
9821 - 5.68 - 2.30
1214 - 8.56 - 3.46
1899 - 9.94 - 4.02
0990 - 5.04 - 2.04
1336 - 8.40 - 3.40
2329 - 4.66 - 1.89
3430 - 2.46 - 1.00
4328 - 1.37 - 0.55
4922 - 2.03 - 0.82
5229 - 5.96 - 2.41
4637 - 1.50 - 0.61
3840 - 4.48 - 1.81
3249 - 6.62 - 2.68
2053 - 3.39 - 1.37
2762 - 2.63 - 1.06
4264 - 5.20 - 2.10
4752 - 1.68 - 0.68
5551 - 0.26 - 0.11
5947 - 5.50 - 2.23
5966 - 8.90 - 3.60
6544 - 2.50 - 1.01

Total - 105.41 - 42.66

Further Information

Tenure
We understand that the property is held on a Freehold basis.

Services
We understand the property benefits from mains electricity, mains water (metered) and private water supply via a borehole, private drainage via septic tank. The farmhouse is heated via an oil fired central heating system to radiators and oil fired Rayburn.

Council Tax Band
Band E - approx. £2,503.15 per annum for 2024 - 2025 for Carmarthenshire County Council.

Energy Performance Certificate
EPC Rating F (33).

Wayleaves, Easements and Right of Way
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.

A right of way in favour of the telecommunication mast operator runs along the farm lane and through the yard.

IACS
We understand the property is registered.

Basic Payment Scheme
We understand that all the agricultural land is registered for the Basic Payment Scheme.

Method of Sale
Penderiwell Farm is offered For Sale via private treaty as a whole. Expressions of interest for the farmstead and less acreage are welcomed.

Plans, Area and Schedules
A copy of the plan is attached for identification purposes only. The purchasers shall be deemed to have satisfied themselves as to the description of the property. Any error or mis-statement shall not annul a sale or entitle any party to compensation in respect thereof.

Planning
All planning related enquiries to Carmarthenshire County Council Planning Department.
Planning Services, Civic Offices, Crescent Road, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire SA19 6HW
Tel: 01267 234567

Local Authority
Carmarthenshire County Council, County Hall, Castle Hill, Carmarthen, SA31 1JP.
Tel: 01267 234567

What 3 Word / Post Code
advancing.inert.inversely / SA14 8HX

Viewing
Strictly by appointment with sole selling agents Rees Richards & Partners.
Please contact Carmarthen office for further information - 12 Spilman Street, Carmarthen SA31 1LQ.
Tel: 01267 612021
Email: rhys.james@reesrichards.co.uk