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Under Offer Tycant, Welsh Hook, Wolfscastle, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire £1,600,000

  • J J Morris Estate Agents - NARBERTH

    Hill House, High Street, Narberth

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Bedrooms: 4

• 185 acre Livestock/Arable farm located within a belt of highly productive land.

• Spacious 4 bedroom farmhouse together with a useful range of buildings.

• Highly productive well farmed block of land all conveniently located to the homestead with good roadside access and being well fenced and gated with mains water to the majority.

• Option of FBT to rent a further 60 acres in 2 off lying blocks located at Letterston and Sealyham. EPC RATING E

GROUND FLOOR:

ENTRANCE PORCH:

An Entrance Porch to the fore with door to the Entrance Hall.

ENTRANCE HALL:

Having a stairs rising to the first floor and skirting board radiator.

SITTING ROOM:

12' 10" x 24' 10" (3.91m x 7.57m) With reformite stone fireplace providing a focal point and windows to the front and rear together with wall lights and skirting board radiator.

“L” SHAPED KITCHEN/DINER:

The Kitchen area extends to 17' 5" x 9' 2" (5.31m x 2.79m) and has two windows overlooking the rear lawn and is equipped with a range of fitted base units with complimentary tiling and work surfaces over and incorporating a stainless steel double drainer sink unit together with plumbing for a dishwasher. There is further storage in matching wall mounted units. There is also an oil fired Aga for cooking and hot water together with electric cooker.

The Living area 9' 11" x 15' 2" (3.02m x 4.62m) has a skirting board radiator and window to the fore.

REAR HALLWAY:

With door leading to the rear porch and Cloakroom off with W.C.

UTILITY ROOM:

7' 2" x 7' 5" (2.18m x 2.26m) With Belfast sink, plumbing for an automatic washing machine and window to the fore.

GARAGE:

11' x 20' (3.35m x 6.10m) with up and over door and oil fired boiler for the central heating.

FIRST FLOOR:

LANDING:

With loft access and airing cupboard.

BEDROOM 1:

17' 5" x 11' 9" (5.31m x 3.58m) With two windows to the fore and radiator.

BEDROOM 2:

12' 10" x 9' 4" (3.91m x 2.84m) with radiator, window to the rear and built in wardrobe.

BATHROOM:

Having partly tiled walls, suite comprising bath, W.C and wash basin, together with a shower cubicle, radiator and electric shaver point.

BEDROOM 3:

10' x 9' 4" (3.05m x 2.84m) With radiator, window to the rear and two built in wardrobes.

BEDROOM 4:

11' 11" x 9' 11" (3.63m x 3.02m) with radiator, window to the fore and two built in wardrobes.

EXTERNALLY:

The farmhouse stands within its own grounds but within easy reach of the farm buildings. The grounds are principally lawned areas around the house together with a drive that provides parking for several vehicles.

THE FARM BUILDINGS:

These comprise a range of buildings typical of a progressive farmstead development and being either side of the adopted highway.

The original farmhouse which is now used for storage is of stone walls under a slate roof with an adjoining single storey building of similar wall construction under a corrugated asbestos roof and used as a Grain Store and Workshop.

There is an above ground Slurry Store, corrugated iron Store Shed, 4 Bay Hay Shed 60' x 85' approximately, being of steel portal frame construction with corrugated and box profile cladding with various Lean-tos on an earth floor providing grain storage, implement storage, etc. and including a grain bin. There is an adjoining Grain Store/general purpose Shed 60' x 25' approximately of similar construction under a box profile roof.

The more modern buildings front onto feeding yards with dirty water drainage to a pump to the slurry store and also a ramp suitable for a spreader on the lower yard. The upper yard has a feed barrier to the road.

These buildings were designed with ease of movement and management in mind and include the Former Parlour and Lean-to Dairy of steel portal frame construction with corrugated iron cladding and including the original herringbone parlour and bulk tank. 4 Bay Atcost Shed with Lean-tos 61' x75' approximately with part block infil walls together with cement fibre cladding with an earth floor to part and again used for livestock housing and general storage.

Former Cow Shed of block walls under a corrugated asbestos roof with a loft over and used for loose housing. Bull Pen and Store of block walls, 5 Bay Atcost Shed 75' x 44' with3 Bay Cattle Shed 45' x 42' to the rear providing cubicles and loose housing. Silage Clamp.90' x 43' Various Yards, Races, etc. These buildings are portal frame either in steel or concrete stanchions with various cladding.

THE LAND:

We calculate the farm extends to 185 acres or thereabouts and comprises a useful block of level productive pasture and arable land that is divided into well fenced and gated enclosures with several fields having the benefit of good access off Local Authority adopted highways.

All of the land is within easy reach of the farmstead and as such is ideally suited for livestock or cropping purposes and has been well farmed for many years and is in good heart with approximately 170 acres clean.

ADDITIONAL OPTION:

The purchaser will be offered the opportunity to take additional land on a Farm Business Tenancy.

This extends to 60 acres or thereabouts divided into two lots being 40 acres approx. at Sealyham and a further 24 acres or thereabouts of land at St Davids road, Letterston.

The land at Sealyham is some some 4 miles or so from Tycant on the eastern side of the A40 and is again within an area of productive land and relies on natural water.

The land is suitable for grazing and cropping being predominantly level of gently sloping.

The land at St Davids Road, Letterston takes its access off the St Davids Road and lies on the periphery of the village of Letterston and is some 3 miles or so from Tycant.

The land comprises 2 enclosures of level productive arable land in good heart with the remains of former buildings that are now used for general storage.

We understand that mains water is available.

This parcel of level productive land suitable for cropping or arable purposes all in a convenient setting on the periphery of the large village of Letterston.

These 2 parcels are to be made available to the purchase on a Farm Business Tenancy subject to additional negotiation and further details are available from the selling agents.

  • J J Morris Estate Agents - NARBERTH

    Hill House, High Street, Narberth

    • Request details

      I would like to:
    • 01834 218101