, Mynyddcerrig, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire.

£665,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Offered on the open market for the first time in nearly 40 years, Garn Farm is a unique country property incorporating a complex of historic buildings, set at the end of a long driveway within extensive grounds totalling 61 acres. The traditional farmhouse has 4 bedrooms, 2 reception rooms & formal

Entrance Porch (4' 02" x 3' 08" or 1.27m x 1.12m)

Approached via a UPVC door with access to:-

Lounge (21' 09" Max x 15' 02" Max or 6.63m Max x 4.62m Max)

A room full of character with feature stone fire place and log burner, window to the front elevation, radiator, window to the side, a second radiator, coved ceiling, ornate wooden staircase rising to the first floor, door to rear porch and pitch pine door leading to:-

Breakfast Room (11' 02" x 9' 04" or 3.40m x 2.84m)

Window to the front elevation, coved ceiling, tiled floor, radiator, build in shelves and archway to:-

Kitchen (12' 05" x 11' 02" or 3.78m x 3.40m)

With handmade bespoke chestnut wood units comprising of both wall and base cupboards, work surface over stainless steel sink unit, plumbing for washing machine, dishwasher, tiled flooring, space for free standing oven with extractor fan over, radiator, coved ceiling and window to the rear elevation.

Rear Hall (6' 0" x 2' 08" or 1.83m x 0.81m)

Wooden door to the rear, tiled flooring and built in store.

Landing (14' 03" x 6' 0" or 4.34m x 1.83m)

Picture window to the rear elevation, coved ceiling, access to the attic and stripped pine doors leading to:-

Bedroom 1 (11' 06" x 11' 04" or 3.51m x 3.45m)

With window to the rear elevation, radiator, coved ceiling, built in cupboard housing hot water tank and linen store.

Bedroom 2 (10' 09" x 10' 07" or 3.28m x 3.23m)

Window to the front elevation with pleasant rural views, radiator and coved ceiling.

Bedroom 3 (10' 05" x 8' 06" or 3.18m x 2.59m)

With window to the front elevation again with beautiful rural views, radiator, coved ceiling, built in wardrobe with hanging rail and shelves.

Bedroom 4 (7' 04" x 6' 05" or 2.24m x 1.96m)

With window to the front elevation, radiator and coved ceiling, currently used as a home office.

Bathroom (11' 01" x 8' 06" or 3.38m x 2.59m)

Full of rustic charm & fitted with a white suite comprising roll top bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush toilet and enclosed shower cubicle, wooden boards to the floor, coved ceiling, radiator and window to the rear elevation.

EXTERNALLY

Property is approached via a driveway which leads past the house & into the arrival yard, where a pumping station used by Welsh Water can be found.

Front Garden

A raised paved sun terrace provides a super eating area with views over the land. A gravel area to the side is ideal for potted plants & further garden area beyond having a mixture of mature bushes, plants and trees and benefiting from seating areas with stunning rural views.

Rear Garden

Steps to raised lawn, oil store & outside WC.

Barn (21' 04" Max x 11' 02" Max or 6.50m Max x 3.40m Max)

Of traditional stone construction under a pitched slated roof, original slits to sides & wooden door to the front. Huge potential for conversion, subject to planning.

Long Barn (37' 0" Max x 14' 06" Max or 11.28m Max x 4.42m Max)

Boasts real character and historic value, this grade II listed building is the original residence of the farm. Constructed in a traditional way with stone walls and split into two rooms with central hall, having wooden stairs rising to the first floor.

Adjoining Cow Shed (34' 05" Max x 14' 06" Max or 10.49m Max x 4.42m Max)

Stone construction under a pitched slate roof, original doors & pens.

Pig Sty

Stone construction under a slate roof with 2 runs & loft entry for chickens.

Dutch Barn (27' 0" Max x 24' 08" Max or 8.23m Max x 7.52m Max)

Corrugated construction, open fronted having the original horse pulley bailing system. Grade II listed.

Dutch Barn Two

Corrugated construction with lean to storage.

General Purpose Shed (34' 07" Max x 30' 0" Max or 10.54m Max x 9.14m Max)

With gated pens, open fronted and ideal for livestock. Block & corrugated construction.

Bake (Dower) House (23' 04" Max x 16' 03" Max or 7.11m Max x 4.95m Max)

Made of stone construction under pitch slate roof, previously used as a cow-house, but would have been the original bake house used by the lady of the residence. Grade II listed building.

Services

Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired central heating.

Tenure

We are advised the property is freehold, however potential purchasers should gain verification from their solicitor.

Agents Note

There is a public footpath through the property.

Approximately 4.1 hectares are registered within the SSSI scheme

The Land

Being offered with 61 acres surround the property. A further 13 acres of land is available by separate negotiation.

Directions

Exit Carmarthen along the A48. Take the left hand slip road sign posted National Botanical Garden. Take the 3rd exit proceed under the dual carriagway, at the T junction turn left exit out the village towards Drefach, turn right (opposite the Mansel Arms) continue on this road up the hill passing the quarry, proceed to the top and the entrance drive to Garn Farm is on the right hand side, identified by our For Sale board.

Arrange viewing 01267 468021

Clee Tompkinson Francis

2 Queen Street, Carmarthen

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