Penhendre, Llanddewi Velfrey, Narberth, Pembrokeshire


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
• An opportunity to acquire an 89 acre stock farm in a convenient rural setting.

• Including a deceptively spacious 3 bedroom bungalow.

• Useful range of outbuildings including cow kennels, loose housing, silage clamp etc.

• Convenient rural setting just off the A40.


The accommodation includes:

A stable door opens into


9' 5" x 5' 9" (2.87m x 1.75m) That has a single drainer sink unit and storage cupboard together with plumbing for an automatic washing machine, extractor, radiator and door leading to


which has a W.C. and wash hand basin.


13' 1" x 18' 3" (3.99m x 5.56m) overall.

Divided into two distinct areas with a Kitchen area having a 'U' shaped arrangement of fitted base units with complimentary work surfaces over and incorporating a stainless steel 1 1/2 bowl sink unit with further storage in matching wall mounted units. The walls are partly tiled and the Kitchen opens into a Dining area which has a laminate floor, radiator and window to the rear. There is an oil fired Stanley boiler that is used for cooking, heating and hot water.


With laminate floor and radiator.


12' x 12' 3" (3.66m x 3.73m) overall With laminate floor, corner fire place, radiator and window to the fore.


With door to the fore and radiator.


12' x 11' 8" (3.66m x 3.56m) With window to the rear and radiator.


12' x 11' 8" (3.66m x 3.56m) With radiator and window to the fore.


8' x 8' 4" (2.44m x 2.54m) With towel rail style radiator and extractor fan, part tiled walls and bath with shower over, w.c., wash hand basin with light/shaver point over.


10' 2" x 8' 4" (3.10m x 2.54m) With laminate floor, radiator and French doors leading to the fore.


The bungalows stands in spacious grounds that have been terraced in parts and there is a lawn to the fore and plenty of car parking.


The main buildings are situated a short distance from the bungalow and are predominantly concreted yard for ease of movement of livestock etc. The buildings are ideally suited for a 'one man' unit.

The most recent building comprises an open fronted steel frame building with Yorkshire board cladding being 90' x 40' approx. overall. This is divided into 4 pens, a further bay is used as a 'U' shaped race leading to a crush and the end bay is used as a workshop.

The 4 pens have a feeding area to the fore that slopes down to a slatted sump which flows into the slurry lagoon. To the side of the building there is a feed bin and fuel store whilst to the fore is a feeding yard.

Pole Barn: A 3 bay building used for general storage.

A further yard has a silage clamp 65' x 45' together with timber built cow kennels approx. 145' x 65' with a calving box 65' x 15'6'' adjoining. There is a further yard together with a bull pen and store.

A short distance from the main buildings is a further building constructed in early 2009. This measures 60' x 35' and is a 4 bay galvanised steel portal frame construction with corrugated sheet roofing, concrete floor and concrete walls to 2 metre height with Yorkshire boarding above and galvanised steel sheeted doors to both ends.There is a yard area to the fore of this building.


The land extends to some 89 acres or thereabouts in total and whilst the principal block is divided from the farmstead by virtue of a parcel of land that has been rented for many years the access between the two areas of land is very good and viewing to appreciate the layout of the land is recommended.

The land is predominantly level or gently sloping pasture land.

A plan and schedule of areas is attached for identification purposes only.

The property has the benefit of fishing rights in the River Taf on the northern boundary.

Arrange viewing 01834 218101

J J Morris Estate Agents - NARBERTH

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