Offers in region of £540,000
Land for sale in Trelech, Carmarthen SA33
Land for sale in Trelech, Carmarthen SA33, Offers in region of: £540000. Freehold, Livestock farm extending in total to some 60.61, Original farmhouse and range of outbuildings
Estate Agent Details:
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Estate Agent Name:
J J Morris - Narberth
Estate Agent Phone Number:
Estate Agent Address:
Hill House, High Street, Narberth
Trelech, Carmarthen SA33
Estate Agent Description
A productive small stock farm extending in total to some 60.61 acres or thereabouts
Level to gently sloping land suitable for grazing and cropping purposes
Farm building suitable for livestock housing
Original farmhouse and traditional buildings ripe for renovation (Subject to Planning Consent)
An excellent opportunity to acquire a valuable block of land
Enjoying a rural location in the heart of the Carmarthenshire countryside, in the parish of Trelech, a long single track farm lane leads to the property. Trelech lies some 10 miles north-west of Carmarthen and 6.5 miles south of Newcastle Emlyn. The larger towns of the area such as St Clears, Carmarthen, Newcastle Emlyn and Cardigan all offer a wide range of commercial, recreational and educational facilities which cater for all day-to-day needs.
From the village of Meidrim, follow the B4299 roadway for approximately 5.5 miles and the entrance to Berthlwyd will be found on your left hand side. A single track lane leads down to the property.
A small livestock farm extending in total to some 60.61 acres or thereabouts of mainly level to gently sloping land being laid to permanent pasture. Approached from the roadside a single track leads to the homestead which includes the original farmhouse which is now in a derelict condition, a range of traditional buildings and a dutch barn which is suitable for livestock housing. The farmhouse and traditional outbuildings are ripe for conversion subject to gaining the necessary consents and would be ideally suited to those looking to embark on a project. Very rarely do small farms such as Berthlwyd appear on the open market and viewing is highly recommended. Berthlwyd is described in more detail:
Situated opposite the derelict farmhouse are a range of traditionally constructed stone and slate buildings. We would comment that these traditional buildings have considerable conversion appeal subject to gaining the necessary consents and need to be viewed to be fully appreciated.
A dutch barn (4 bay x 2 bay) with concrete and sheeted walls, concrete floor and sheeted roof with a lean-to structure adjoining the dutch barn.
Conveniently located to the homestead, the land is divided by the farm lane and extends in total to some 60.61 acres or thereabouts in total (including the homestead). The land is laid to permanent pasture and we would comment that the land is ideally suited for both grazing and cropping purposes. We would suggest that the best land extends to some 36 acres with some 23 acres suitable as secondary grazing. The land offers considerable potential for further productivity and should be of interest to those looking to acquire a valuable block of land in the locality.
Schedule Of Acreage
Natural water supply to the land.
Tenure: Freehold with vacant possession upon completion (Legal adviser to confirm)
Local Authority: Carmarthenshire County Council
An excellent opportunity to purchase a large block of quality agricultural land capable of good productivity with the benefit of a dutch barn suitable for livestock housing. An ideal project, the traditional farm buildings are ripe for conversion subject to gaining the necessary planning consents whilst the original farmhouse also offers considerable potential. To arrange an inspection please contact the Narberth Office.