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  • Bedrooms: 10
A beautiful Equestrian Holding with a traditional stone farmhouse and two self-contained cottages located in a secluded, rural area on the edge of Llandysul town, enjoying stunning countryside views from its elevated position. Sitting in around 47.8 acres of pasture land with stock proof fencing and water supply, a range of outbuildings ideal for livestock/horses, including stables, and barn, Pengraigwen offers a country rural retreat property with scope for further development,

This property would be ideal for buyers either looking to run a successful business through riding holidays and the holiday trade, or a fantastic family home with income potential, or for multi-generational occupancy.

Llandysul is situated on the edge of the River Teifi and was once a large woolen industry. The River offers great fishing opportunities and the town offers all local amenities such as; Supermarket, primary and secondary schools, vets, public houses, places of worship, local shops and boutiques, and is home to the Llandysul Paddlers Canoe Club. The area boasts naturally beautiful countryside which perfect for exploring the many walks available in the area. The town of Cardigan is 18.3 miles west and Newcastle Emlyn town is only 8 miles west.

We Say...

This is an absolutely stunning equestrian holding and traditional stone farmhouse, which boasts a wealth of character and charm and maintains many of its beautiful original features, and two self-contained cottages. Situated in a secluded and rural area within Llandysul, the property is accessed off a country road via a private driveway. Sitting in approximately 47.8 acres of land the property benefits from three separate access lanes to the accommodation and land and has a range of outbuildings ideal for livestock/horses, offering a country rural retreat property with scope for further development.

This property would be ideal for buyers either looking to run a successful business through riding holidays and the holiday trade, or a fantastic family home with income potential, or for multi-generational occupancy.

Come on In...

...and step into the beautifully presented dining room of the FARMHOUSE, with prescrete flooring, 1920s style radiators, exposed stone walls, two arched windows overlooking the courtyard, and stairs to the first floor, this character and style continues throughout. From the dining room, there is a door to a downstairs cloakroom and fitted kitchen to the right which benefits from a feature window and Rangemaster. From the kitchen, there is a door leading to the boot room with exposed A-framed beams, access to loft storage, door to the side of the property, and a further door to a separate utility room. The lounge, with an office area to the side, is to the left of the dining room, and benefits from a large window and door to the front courtyard, prescrete flooring, exposed stone walls and two feature spiral staircases at each end, providing access to the two mezzanine rooms above. Double doors lead to a large reception room/conservatory which is currently used as a workshop and used the be the old cattle store, with feature fireplace, and door to the rear garden, offering stunning panoramic rural views. From the lounge, there are steps leading to the first bedroom, with separate en-suite, exposed stone walls and stable door to the courtyard.

The beautiful feature spiral staircases lead to two mezzanine bedrooms with exposed beams and stone walls, and one benefiting from an en-suite and separate dressing room. From the dining room, take the stairs up to the first floor and to three further bedrooms, all benefiting from exposed A-frame beams, stone walls and en-suite, and one of the bedrooms includes an external door providing the potential for private access to this part of the house.

THE COTTAGES: Accessed via the courtyard to the front there are two well-presented self-contained cottages which are currently being used as residential accommodation. The first cottage to the left is accessed via the fitted kitchen/dining room. To the right is the lounge with exposed stone walls and inglenook with gas fireplace, and stairs to the first floor. On the first floor, there is a bedroom which benefits from a walk-in wardrobe and beautiful countryside views, and a family bathroom with built-in airing cupboard. The second cottage is accessed via the entrance hallway with lounge to the right with exposed stone walls and open fireplace. To the left is the dining room with exposed stone walls and inglenook and door leading to the fitted kitchen with door to the enclosed rear garden. To the side of the kitchen is the fitted utility room/w/c. Stairs from the hallway lead to a spacious landing, with fire door exit to the rear garden via metal stairs. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, all benefiting from beautiful views, and a family bathroom.

Step Outside...

Sitting in approximately 48 acres of grounds, the property is approached from a minor county road and accessed up a private driveway, leading into a spacious courtyard offering ample off-road parking and turning space to the three accommodations and the range of outbuildings.

To the right of the farmhouse are the cottages with two separate enclosed rear gardens for each cottage. Laid to lawn the gardens are an ideal place to sit and enjoy the beautiful countryside views.

Adjacent to the main farmhouse there is a gate leading to a separate track and to two stone barn ranges which are currently utilised as two separate stable blocks with 5 and 9 internal stables, each measuring approximately 2.88m x 3.73m and 5.66m x 3.64m respectively. To the side of the barns, and accessed via another metal gate back onto the main courtyard there is a workshop with light and power supply. To the other side and further along the track from the stable blocks, there is a barn and sand school, and paddocks to the front and side.

To the left-hand side of the house, there is a large agricultural building measuring 36.63m x 17.83m and housing 20 internal stables, measuring approximately 5.81m x 4.69m each.

The land is split into 10 paddocks and approximately 6.5 acres of the grounds is woodland. A track at the bottom of the courtyard and a further track to the side of the house lead to the paddocks and woodland. The majority of the land is gently sloping with some steeper areas. The paddocks benefit from stock proof fencing and water supply and are boarded by hedges and mature trees providing natural shelter.

With three separate tracks leading to the accommodation, outbuildings and paddocks the property offers great off-road riding options and is ideal for equestrian enthusiasts for either their own use or for running a livery business from.


Dining Room

4.57m x 7.55m (14'11 x 24'9 )


2.55m x 4.78m (8'4 x 15'8 )

Boot Room

2.33m x 3.81m (7'7 x 12'5 )

Utility Room

2.47m x 2.27m (8'1 x 7'5 )

Cloakroom/ Boiler Room

2.64m x 2.23m (maximum) (8'7 x 7'3 (maximum))

Lounge (With Office Area)

10.84m x 4.58m (35'6 x 15'0 )

Bedroom 1

3.63m x 3.60m (maximum) (11'10 x 11'9 (maximum))

En-Suite (Bedroom 1)

1.07m x 3.56m (maximum) (3'6 x 11'8 (maximum))

Reception Room/Conservatory

5.76m x 13.87m (18'10 x 45'6 )

Bedroom 2

3.61m x 4.67m (11'10 x 15'3 )

Walk In Wardrobe (Bedroom 2)

1.83m x 1.64m (6'0 x 5'4 )

En-Suite (Bedroom 2)

1.84m x 2.82m (6'0 x 9'3 )

Bedroom 3

4.62m x 3.79m (15'1 x 12'5 )


4.01m x 1.79m (maximum) (13'1 x 5'10 (maximum))

Bedroom 4

2.91m x 3.92m (maximum) (9'6 x 12'10 (maximum))

En-Suite (Bedroom 4)

1.84m x 1.43m (6'0 x 4'8 )

Bedroom 5

2.65m x 3.64m (maximum) (8'8 x 11'11 (maximum))

En-Suite (Bedroom 5)

0.96m x 2.63m (maximum) (3'1 x 8'7 (maximum))

Bedroom 6

3.28m x 3.61m (maximum) (10'9 x 11'10 (maximum))

En-Suite (Bedroom 6)

1.20m x 3.63m (maximum) (3'11 x 11'10 (maximum))

Cottage 2B

Kitchen/Dining Room

5.01m x 2.45m (maximum) (16'5 x 8'0 (maximum))


4.40m x 5.15m (maximum) (14'5 x 16'10 (maximum))


4.15m x 1.46m (13'7 x 4'9 )


2.71m x 4.07m (maximum) (8'10 x 13'4 (maximum))


3.51m x 4.16m (11'6 x 13'7 )

Cottage 2A

Entrance Hall

3.36m x 1.79m (11'0 x 5'10 )


3.19m x 6.97m (10'5 x 22'10 )

Dining Room

4.31m x 4.53m (maximum) (14'1 x 14'10 (maximum))


2.28m x 4.17m (maximum) (7'5 x 13'8 (maximum))

Utility Room

1.81m x 3.47m (maximum) (5'11 x 11'4 (maximum))


6.94m x 2.69m (maximum) (22'9 x 8'9 (maximum))

Bedroom 3

4.18m x 2.43m (13'8 x 7'11 )

Bedroom 2

3.03m x 3.66m (9'11 x 12'0 )

Bedroom 1

4.14m x 4.41m (maximum) (13'6 x 14'5 (maximum))


3.03m x 3.11m (maximum) (9'11 x 10'2 (maximum))



8.65m x 3.85m (28'4 x 12'7 )

Barn Range (5 Indoor Stables)

5.32m x 18.53m (maximum) (17'5 x 60'9 (maximum))

Approximate Stable Size

2.88m x 3.73m (9'5 x 12'2 )

Barn Range (9 Indoor Stables)

12.76m x 13.58 (maximum) (41'10 x 44'6 (maximum)

Approximate Stable Size

5.66m x 3.64m and 3.70m x 2.43m (18'6 x 11'11 a


6.85m x 18.14m (maximum) (22'5 x 59'6 (maximum))

Wood Store

2.17m x 2.74m (7'1 x 8'11 )

Large Agricultural Building

36.63m x 17.83m (maximum) (120'2 x 58'5 (maximum

Approximate Loose Box Size

7.65m x 4.40m (25'1 x 14'5 )

Approximate Stables Sizes

4.30m x 2.88m and 5.74m x 4.57m (14'1 x 9'5 and


VIEWING: By appointment only.

TENURE: We are advised freehold

SERVICES: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.

TAX: Bands E/D/A Carmarthenshire

We would respectfully ask you to call our office before you view this property internally or externally.

PLEASE NOTE we are advised this property is served by private drainage

Any floorplans provided are included as a service to our customers and are intended as a GUIDE TO LAYOUT only. Dimensions are approximate. NOT TO SCALE.


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