* Improvable 48.84 acres approx. Smallholding *
* Situated between the coastal villages of St.Ishmaels and Dale *
* Range of Outbuildings, ripe for conversion (STP) *
* No Single Farm Payment, reduced acreage considered *
* EPC Rating "G" *
ON THE GROUND FLOOR:
With stairs rising to the first floor with understairs storage cupboard.
13' 8" x 11' 5" (4.17m x 3.48m) With window to the fore and tiled fireplace.
13' 8" x 11' 4" (4.17m x 3.45m) With tiled fireplace having a back boiler heating the hot water together with an alcove and airing cupboard, window to the fore.
13' 9" x 8' 2" (4.19m x 2.49m) Having a window to the rear, fireplace, sink, beamed ceiling and door to the side.
With usual 3 piece suite with bath, w.c. and wash basin together with a tongue and groove clad ceiling.
7' 5" x 7' 5" (2.26m x 2.26m)
ON THE FIRST FLOOR:
13' 8" x 11' 11" (4.17m x 3.63m) With cast iron fireplace and window to the fore.
13' 5" x 11' 4" (4.09m x 3.45m) With fireplace and window to the fore.
The property stands within its own grounds which again have plenty of potential.
Outbuildings include former COW SHED of solid stone walls under a corrugated iron roof being approximately 18'3" x 51'9" (5.56m x 15.77m) with LEAN TO, PIG STIES and former DAIRY adjoining.
We consider that this building has tremendous potential for conversion to a residential unit for holiday accommodation or similar, subject of course to the necessary planning consents being obtained.
There is a YARD for car parking together with a small range of corrugate iron STORE SHEDS
We attach for identification purposes only a plan of the land together with a schedule of acreage. If you are viewing these details online, however, please contact our Haverfordwest office on 01437 760440 for a copy of this plan.
The land extends in total to some 49 acres or thereabouts in total of predominantly level or gently sloping pasture land that is divided into two lots by a minor roadway which creates an ideal division to split the holding into 2 lots if required.
The farm is typical of a traditional small Pembrokeshire farm. Historically it was a dairy farm but in more recent years it has been used for equestrian grazing and some pasture and hedge renovation is now required. The farm is however located within a renowned agricultural area and has plenty of potential.
We are advised that the land has been IACS registered but no Single Farm Payment is included within the sale.
We are advised that the land has the benefit of a mains water supply (subject to confirmation). Natural water is also available.